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Sounds like a great week for eatting at your house. Thanks for sharing your menu. You always inspire me!
Welcome! This is just the resource you were looking for! Great method to save money in so many ways!
Welcome! You have found a great resource for saving money on food and many other products. And, it is so much FUN!
Welcome! I joined just a few months ago and have really enjoyed everything about GroceryBudget 101. I know you’ll have a great experience!
One of my favorite chickpea recipes is “Chickpea of the Sea” from The Kitchen website. It uses coarsely chopped chickpeas instead of tuna with onion,celery, and mayo. Delicious!
Great recipe that would make great gifts. Just want to mention that the damp paper towel should be dampened with hot water. Cold water could shatter the hot jar.
Made this with peaches (they were on sale and looked and smelled terrific, the nectarines didn’t meet either criterium). Delicious. I think even canned peaches would work when fresh fruits aren’t available.
And the yogurt gives it a subtle tangy taste. Wow!
This sounds like an excellent way to cook pork and keep the kitchen cool. Add in easy clean up…you’ve got a winner!
Individual breakfast pizzas. Brilliant. Easy to make the pancakes ahead of time and assemble just before serving.
An excellent breakfast when you have house guests. And, the toppings can be changed based on allergies and personal taste.
Great idea and a great way to add vegetables to breakfast. You could even make half vegetarian and half meat lovers. This will be on my menu this week. Thank you!
I love bread pudding, my husband, not so much. I can make him s traditional American breakfast and I can have THIS! And additions Luke peaches or blueberries will just add to the experience.
Different breads will also change the end product. I’ll try wheat, rye, challah, and English muffins.
This is also a high protein breakfast and more vegetables can be substituted for the ham to make it a vegetarian meal.
Easy and inexpensive. The favorite mustard for picnic and potluck deviled eggs at my house is Coleman’s English mustard (the kind in a jar, not dry). It gives a spicy flavor reminiscent of horseradish and delicious.
Have you tried this in the oven? It sounds delicious and easy to scale up or down.
Yum! Oysters are very inexpensive here in South Texas and this is a great way to showcase their wonderful flavor. Even if you have to pay more than I do, this is much less expensive than eating at a restaurant. Thank you!