Magnetic Menu Planner

by tdomf_91172 on August 31, 2010

A guest post from Stacie at The Amazing Mess…about her creative magnetic meal planner!


Produce Triage

by tdomf_91172 on August 26, 2010

Score a great deal at the farmer’s market, got an amazing harvest in your garden, or maybe your CSA box is overflowing…don’t fret…Wendy from The Local Cook is here to help!!!


5 Ways to Use Brown Bananas – Guest Post

by tdomf_91172 on August 13, 2010

The amount of produce that is wasted in America each year is staggering, which means that millions of dollars in food is wasted each year, both by manufacturers who have surplus crops and homeowners who purchase food that goes bad. But if you’ve got a few brown bananas lying around, bringing them to the local […]


Mini Burgers

by tdomf_91172 on August 5, 2010

I recently moved from IL to CA due to being married. I am a graduate student in the distance to learn program and am studying to get my masters to be a librarian. My husband works for a video game company out in Santa Clara so we can get free video games. ;)


Pork Tenderloin Meal

by tdomf_91172 on August 3, 2010

I am a SAHM of 3 under the age of 4 trying to be frugal and keep life as easy as possible.


Tiffany King shares recipes, menus and complete grocery lists on her site Eat at Home, Everyday Food for Busy People. She’s married with 4 children who range in age from 18-7 years old, a couple of which are willing salad eaters. The others have to be encouraged.


Growing Oranges in Canada

by tdomf_91172 on June 11, 2010

I am from Canada – I will be trying to grow oranges & olives this year – thanks to global warming – I am told that this is not impossible.


Shop Easy: Clipboard Grocery List

by tdomf_91172 on May 19, 2010

A guest post from Amy…where she shares her idea on take the stress out of writing your grocery list.


Tuesday Garden Parties at An Oregon Cottage

by tdomf_91172 on May 4, 2010

A guest post from Jami… One of the things I enjoy at my Oregon cottage is gardening. I especially love vegetables, but have been known to wax poetic over flowers, too. I love to see and hear about other people’s gardens and get new ideas. The Internet is the perfect place to share our virtual […]


SFG Update – Dorothy’s Spring Garden

by tdomf_91172 on May 1, 2010

Things continue to sprout and grow in the $5 Dinners Garden…and this week I thought I’d share what’s happening in Dorothy’s garden! What’s growing in our Zone 5/6 garden? Lots of things actually. The boys and I (yes, all 3 of them!) planted several things on St. Patrick’s Day. Traditionally, you plant your peas on […]