My Pantry that is. Since I promised back here, and then was challenged by a reader/fellow blogger over at Mungo’s Mathoms site, well I just had to figure out how to post pictures and show you my pantry. It actually isn’t a single pantry but rather the 3 different spots that I use for food… Keep Reading
Archives for February 2006
I will spend monday traveling home. It has been great fun to visit my sister but I am looking forward to seeing all of my own people again 🙂 Due to unpacking and the general chaos that goes along with life it will probably be wednesday before I’m back to post.
I’ve been reading up on Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). The basic premise is this-you buy a share in a CSA Farm upfront, then for the entire growing season you get a weekly “basket” of whatever vegetables are in season at the farm. Most of the CSA farms are small organic operations. Some of the farms… Keep Reading
Just a few free samples I’ve run across in the last few days. Most of them are from the samples page at Mommysavers. (They put together a really nice newsletter with online bargains and sales and they also have a samples forum )The Samples: Free sample photo paper pk from HPFree Jiffy mix recipe booklet… Keep Reading
I was looking for something to occupy my nephew yesterday. My BIL (his dad) loves complex computer games, so of course my nephew is always talking about wanting to play (even though he is not allowed on the new computer). So I decided to Google “free childrens online games“. I found a cute site called… Keep Reading
Did you know that you can substitute soy flour in any baking recipe for eggs? I keep some soy flour that I buy in the bulk food store with my baking supplies at all times. The soy flour may not actually be cheaper than the eggs (I can buy a dozen eggs for $.88 at… Keep Reading
I think so. Where you live may make it easier or harder to be frugal inherently, but there are also the attitudes and social norms of the area which make it harder psychologically to be frugal. Now, I do think that it is inherently easier to be frugal in the country than in the suburbs/city…. Keep Reading
So, I am back! I am in Dallas visiting my sister for a week-She has a son, 3 and a newborn daughter that I just HAD to meet 🙂 As I said before, it had been a busy week. My mom came up from Long Island on Thursday to visit the kids and see my… Keep Reading
. . . and I’m exhausted. I probably won’t be able to post again until Monday night-and it won’t be about my pantry as promised. Sorry! See you all (virtually at least) again then.
Yesterday morning I was halfway through getting Princess (4) and Buddy (2) out the door to bring the little princess to nursery school when I realized that it was her day to bring in the snack. Yes, the school sends home a calendar at the beginning of the month saying what day your child brings… Keep Reading