Coming up on Christmas – just 10 days of crafting/baking left – I thought it was the perfect time to give you all some ideas
I love shopping in the bulk bins at my local co-op. And buying big bags of spices from the asian food store down the block
In the beginning, Thrift Kitchen started out as its own separate blog. I realized pretty quickly that a lot of the people who were reading
Since I was sick for so long, I really let things go around the house. I’m still recovering from the pile of dirty dishes and
Just about every day Jason asks “so what’s for dinner?” to which I reply: “umm, I’m not sure, let me look it up”. And then
This is such a small thing, but it makes me happy and simplifies my kitchen, so I’m going to share it with you today. It’s one of those anti uni tasker moments. I like the idea of a lettuce knife, but wow, does that seem like a silly thing to have.
Now that I’m out of “half past overwhelmed” mode, I’m getting back to my weekly routine of cleaning out the fridge, finishing off any leftovers, and making up my grocery list. What I did with the fridge was the first step. Once you deep clean it, a weekly trash and swipe down will keep it clean for a very long time.
Grains are one of the best ways to add interest to your cooking and save money all in one fell swoop. Here are my three favorites and how I use them.
There are so many reasons that meal plans are a great idea. The two I look to the most are that it helps to save
Over the course of my life I have tried many lasagna recipes. Think of Garfield the cat’s love of lasagna, that’s me. Ever since I