Wednesday, December 7, 2011

The Frugal Foodie Cookbook Review and Giveaway 2 Winners


I am not a cook, actually far from it, but with that being said I am trying to learn. With a family of family it is becoming a huge task to try to find tips and meals that we can afford. The Frugal Foodie Cookbook By Lara Starr with Lynette Shirk offers simple solutions for everyday tasks in the kitchen such as Steaming your Own Milk, Processor Pointers, making your own cleaning solutions and so much more. I have learned how to cook some really great meals on a low budget. We not only have enjoyed many of these meals but when their is leftovers for lunch the next day Daddy is a happy camper. He don't have to pack a lunch he can just take leftovers. Some of the new recipes that have become huge hits in the Kostiuk Home are  Teriyaki Chicken Skewers, Sweet-and-Sour Glazed Meatloaf, Gingerbread Cupcakes. These are just to name a few. I have to say so far the Sweet-and-Sour Glazed Meatloaf is now a favorite. Every one of us loved it and went back for seconds. Very odd in this family for everyone to love something lol.





9 comments:

  1. We eat left overs to save on our grocery bill. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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  2. I try to buy items on sale and stock up
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  3. I clip coupons and buy in bulk

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  4. I always try to plan my menu with the purpose of using up leftovers in new meals or for lunches. And simplifying saves! It's not necessary to have 3 side dishes with every meal. :-)

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  5. learn to de-bone chicken yourself

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  6. I stick to my shopping list on the menu we plan, when I shop every 2 weeks. also clip and save with coupons

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  7. I look at my store flyer and plan my meals based on what's on sale that week. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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Somewhere over the rainbow my dang shoe fell off!!

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