It’s officially May, where we think of everything related to taco’s for a few days, followed by anything that doesn’t require heating up the kitchen. At least that’s what I’m thinking here in Georgia as I make this month’s real food meal plan!
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Y’all, I think my most favorite month of the year is here for one main reason: FOOD! After long winter months the markets open and farmers showcase their harvest. While I can’t buy all of my food from the market, these farmers market on a budget tips help to keep my budget in check soClick to Continue »
I must say, after having only a handful of cooking utensils for so long, and finally unpacking all the boxes this week, it feels SO GOOD to be back to normal cooking and dare I say it – MEAL PLANNING! I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited to cook or meal plan before. InClick to Continue »
If I had to describe this meal plan in one word, it would be “easy.” As I look at the meals on the menu, I must have been feeling overwhelmed and in need of nourishing meals that didn’t require tons of work. I see “one pot” meals, “dump it in a skillet” meals andClick to Continue »
Whoa nelly… is it REALLY 2016?! I mean, the CALENDAR says it is, but what authority does the calendar have anyway? It can’t hang itself up. It can’t turn its own pages. Why can’t we just toss it aside and hide under our covers and pretend we didn’t just blink the past 45 daysClick to Continue »
Just because I’m living in an empty house and cooking with the bare essentials, doesn’t mean you are too. So while this meal plan looks SO delicious (and was designed to be frugal), I think you need it more right now than I do!
When I think of November, I think of turkey, stuffing and cranberries. And that’s about it. I tend to focus on the ONE big meal we’ll eat, and forget about the other 29 days of the month. Which means I’m usually scrambling all month long, thinking ahead to a glorious meal on Turkey Day, allClick to Continue »
Every month I write meal plans that are designed to feed the average family of four for about $350. While that number is low for many families, it’s a dream budget for others. There’s no doubt about it. The cost of food is steadily going up. Organic milk has gone up by one dollar perClick to Continue »