So, I know all ten of you are hanging around just dying to know what in the heck your favorite frugal blogger is whipping up for Christmas dinner this year (you were wondering…weren’t you?). Well, all this shopping and merry-making has taken a toll on a frugal gal’s pocketbook. But I haven’t any plans to resort to peanut butter sandwiches or canned meat – although, who knows – Spam might come into play in January.
Fresh, Frugal, Fabulous
Since we’re all in the throes of full blown seasonal entertaining, I thought I’d share a delicious appetizer recipe with you, just a little inspiration so that you don’t come up empty handed in the hors d’oeuvres department this coming weekend.
I put together my version of Beef Burgundy in the old Nesco and treated our guests with this classic delight.
I’m sticking to my vow of swearing off meat this week, and I’m so happy to share this salmon recipe with you!
If you’re entertaining the thought of entertaining a crowd this Labor Day weekend, here’s the perfect party recipe!
While driving home from the orthodontist yesterday I made the colossal mistake of asking my children what they wanted to have for dinner. If you want to cause controversy of any kind amongst the Dam’Kids, just pole all three at the same time over their opinions on ANYTHING – it’s practically like sending trouble an engraved invitation.
So, I jumped on the Tall Grass bandwagon this week. I’ve been digging my heels in over Tall Grass ever since it came on the meat counter scene a few months back. It’s a little on the pricey side (actually, a lot on the pricey side), and as my husband would tell you, this blogger doesn’t need another expensive habit. Plus, if I’m staying true to the penny-pinching theme of this little blog, I can’t in good conscience prattle on about a product that isn’t exactly FRUGAL. But since the Tall Grass Ground Chuck is on sale this week for a very reasonable $3.99/pound, I decided this was the perfect time to give it a try.
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