Free Printables: Freezer Inventory and Food Passport

I've added two new printables to the collection, Freezer Inventory, and Food Passport, and I have to say that these may be my favorites yet! Food Passport I created the Food Passport to go along with a post I recently did over at Feels Like Home on empowering picky eaters. One of my goals this…

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How to Learn to Cook

The following post is from Jessica of GoodCheapEats and LifeasMOM: How to Learn to Cook Learning to cook good food is a science as well as an art. There's an element of food science and chemical reactions to consider. Some mixtures work. Others don't. But there's also a creative side to cooking: combining flavors, textures,…

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Growing Your Own Food: Marigolds and Strawberries

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Last weekend we picked up two marigolds and eight everbearing strawberry plants and planted them in the front row of the table top garden. Getting them planted reminded me that I really, really like playing in the dirt! Gardening and hanging clothes on the line leave me with the same peaceful, content feeling, especially when…

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Menu Plan Monday: Eat Well, Spend Less Edition

This month I’m participating in the Menu Plan Monday: Eat Well, Spend Less series with eight other bloggers. We’ll share tips from our experiences to help you eat well on a budget each week. This week, rather than sharing my actual meal plan for the week, I'm sharing my favorite "budget meals" for eating well…

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Organize Your Grocery List with These Free Printable Shopping Lists

Why create a grocery list? I have a notepad on my refrigerator where I jot down things that I need to purchase the next time I go to the grocery store. NOTE: I have learned to make a note next to the items if it is for a particular recipe. Otherwise, I don't remember why…

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Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday: One Fish Two Fish Easy Snack Mix

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: One Fish Two Fish Easy Snack Mix March 2nd is Dr. Seuss's birthday. Theodor Geisel, best known as the rhyming and riddling as Dr. Seuss, who brought us The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Horton Hears…

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10 Ways to Get Small Children Involved in the Kitchen

The following post is from Tara of Feels Like Home: My kid likes to cook. I dare say she loves to cook! She doesn’t care whether she’s cooking in her play kitchen, or if she’s cooking in my kitchen. She just likes to cook. Whenever I’m in the kitchen, trying to prepare food, Grace wants…

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