Some foods are carriers. By this I mean pasta is a carrier for sauces, rice is a carrier for stir-fry, and tortillas are carriers for
With school starting again I am finding myself wandering the aisles of the grocery store looking for easy and quick snacks to toss into lunch
How the Plan to Eat Shopping List Sorts and Combines Items (or, how to clean up your shopping list before going to the store)
Few of us know how to work on our own car. There may have been times in automotive history when an automobile owner could jerry-rig
Over the next few weeks we will be posting tips and tricks, complete with videos, to better demonstrate how to work with the variety of
The phrase “I could juice that” is a constant in my mind these days. I bought our juicer to help my wife through a difficult
Those of us in Colorado are in the midst of a spring filled with sunny days hinting that summer is on its way, followed immediately
We just launched a new feature that makes it super easy to edit items on your shopping list and pantry (and staples list). To edit
We eat a lot of eggs in our home. Farm fresh, they just can’t be beat for nutrition, versatility, and frugality. The omelet has always
Here are the recipes we cooked tonight for our Jamie’s Food Revolution Cook-along. Meatballs and Pasta pg. 151 Dressed Green Salad pg. 102 French Dressing
In case you missed our last post, we have started a fun new cooking adventure that we are inviting you to join. We are cooking
For a few years now I have been a bit of a sugar nazi in our home. I don’t let the stuff in and I
This is the perfect time of year for a hot, baked breakfast. It will also help you use up the last of that 50 pound
Wheat and dairy are two of the most allergenic foods today. When a member of the family is diagnosed with a food intolerance, either by
Fall is a fabulous time for menu planning and eating, isn’t it? Everything is plentiful in September and the cooler temperatures lure us back into
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