Look what came to visit while we were planting garden seeds!
These geese have been hanging around Tiny Town since Christmas. I guess they must be making their rounds!
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Spring is definitely in the air here in Kansas, so when I saw these limes for only $.99 I knew that I could put them to good use.
Whether my list is long or short, I always make time to browse the produce aisles of the grocery store for the orange … [Keep reading…]
I've missed this casserole! I remember enjoying it as a child, but looking at all of my family and church cookbooks I realized that the recipes all called for minute rice and fake cheese. While we're not the healthiest of healthy, I try to only use … [Keep reading…]
If you've been reading here much at all, you know I'm a fledgling gardener. Last summer, guided by my generous neighbors, we had fun planting and harvesting potatoes and onions (wanted to start with a sure thing). After we dug those up early in … [Keep reading…]
I'm still struggling to find a format that works for me with my menu posting. Let's see if this works...
whole wheat cake donuts, eggs
blackened salmon fillets (Oh my goodness ~ I've never fixed salmon before and was a bit … [Keep reading…]
Today over at Money Saving Mom you can read my most recent guest post, Having a Baby Without Breaking the Bank: Bringing Baby Home.
As I was writing that post a few weeks ago, my focus was on sharing what worked for us with the hope of helping … [Keep reading…]
My cyber-friend Phoebe gave us all a little frugal-thinking assignment this week. Her timing was good, as I've had a few questions asked lately about my meal planning strategy. Here's the lowdown.
How many weeks do you plan at a time? I always … [Keep reading…]
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This week's recipe swap over at Life as Mom is all about pasta. Well, when I think pasta I think Cavatini. What other pasta is there?!? ;-) Since I've already shared my Cavatini multiple times I thought I better come … [Keep reading…]