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  1. #1
    Ellen Christian
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    They won't eat anything with beans in it or

    lentils/peas. I do & often make a batch of it for

    lunches to take to work.



    They'll eat chicken noodle soup if there is a sandwich

    to go along wit it but that's about it.



    Ellen in VT



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    Will you family eat soup

    > as a meal? Something hearty like Yankee Bean or Pea

    > Soup? Soup is a great

    > budget stretcher.













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    delores miller
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    hello if anyone is willing to share what kind of meats etc that they buy..thank

    you





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    myfreedom59
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    HI, Carole



    I sent a message with a link for a country gravy mix recipe but it

    appears to have disappeared. I have not seen it show up at the site.



    I printed the recipe for myself so will check the url on the sheet

    when I get home and re-post for you.



    Donna


















  4. #4
    Liss
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    I dont know about feeding your family for $12 a day (which is $360 a

    month), but if you check out our free ebooklet on www.budget101.com ,

    How to Feed a Family of 4 for under $200 a Month (which is $6.66 per

    Day), you'll find an outline, a month of meal plans, as well as tips on

    how to do it.



    I know that some people follow a price book, but quite frankly, I have

    2 kids, a dog, a cat, a husband, and a Business to run, not to mention

    that I absolutely HATE/LOATHE/Can't Stomach shopping. When I go to the

    store (1x a Month) the last thing I am interested in doing is jotting

    down all the prices the store has that month.





    Happy Eating,

    Liss












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    Liss
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, delores miller <delanie122000@y...>

    wrote:

    >

    > hello if anyone is willing to share what kind of meats etc that they

    buy..thank you



    Normally, We buy bulk... a Side of Beef (sometimes a Whole Critter,

    sometimes a half), a whole Pig, 20lbs Bacon, and we usually get 1 deer

    (Venison), mainly because in Maine you can only hunt 1 each per year.



    However, Since we have relocated out here in the Midwest, it's a whole

    different story. This year I am really looking forward to getting 2 or

    3, and making sausage out of one, burger out of another and steaks out

    of the 3rd. They're all grain and corn fed (thanks to the multitudes of

    Farmers here) & taste like beef, without the fat.



    ~Liss












  6. #6
    myfreedom59
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    HI, Carole



    After much searching online, I found the recipe again for country

    gravy mix. I was quite surprised that there wasn't much for recipes

    for a mix for this.



    COUNTRY GRAVY MIX



    1 cup all-purpose flour



    2 teaspoons garlic salt



    1 teaspoon paprika



    1 teaspoon ground black pepper



    1/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning



    1/2 teaspoon salt





    Mix all ingredients well and store in a tightly sealed container.



    TO MAKE GRAVY: Discard all but 2 tablespoons of the oil used to fry the chicken

    (or melt 2 tablespoons unsalted butter) in the skillet. Over low heat, mix in 2

    tablespoons of the country gravy mix. Stirring constantly, cook about 2 minutes.

    Whisk in 1 cup chicken broth, scraping browned bits off bottom of skillet. Stir

    in 1 cup milk and bring all to a boil over high heat, stirring constantly.

    Reduce heat to low and simmer for about 5 minutes. Serve immediately with

    chicken, mashed potatoes or biscuits.



    Yield: About 1 cup of mix for 2 cups gravy.



    Author: Mary Hunt

    http://tinyurl.com/63mfh



    Hope this helps.



    Donna






















 

 

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