Tomorrow I have the privilege of sharing Simple Strategies for Feeding the Family at Your Best Homeschool Year Ever online summit with Lori Lane and The End in Mind. In anticipation of that, I wanted to share some favorite resources for feeding the family – all in one spot – so they are easy to find. Don’t miss the giveaway of our Help for Homeschool
I am always on the look out for practical, healthy and delicious meals for my family. And I am so excited about Prep-Ahead Meals From Scratch by my friend Alea Milham. Why am I excited? ~ This post contains an affiliate link to this cookbook we adore. If you click on the link, you won’t pay anything extra but you will help us continue
It is THE time of year for slow cooking. For simple recipes. We all need to get back in a routine so there is not much time for cooking meals. And with cooler weather we are often craving some comfort food at our house. So I have put together a round up of the top easy Hodgepodge recipes. Those YOU viewed the most often. Enjoy!
I am absolutely thrilled to have our Sunday Savings cookbook included in this week’s Bundle of the Week! ~ Disclosure: if you purchase the Bundle of the Week I will receive a portion of the sales. Please see our disclosure policy. From meal planning and freezer cooking to organizing your kitchen and preparing your own mixes ahead of time, this week’s bundle will help you
My friend Heidi posted on our Hodgepodge Facebook page: “I would love to see a post about things you consider staples in your kitchen…things you always have on hand to make it easier to keep the Hodgepodge bellies filled.” I’m glad she asked! Because she is right. We do keep basics on hand to make it simple. Today I share with you a tour of
Do you have one of those tried and true cookbooks? I do. The cookbook my Mama wrote down all the family recipes in – in her very own handwriting. And Vicki Bentley’s Everyday Cooking is coming alongside that favorite, becoming a go-to resource for practical, frugal and easy meals for my family. I wanted to have a full round of meal planning using Everyday Cooking
I am so excited to be participating in a wonderful link up all about the upcoming Great American Backyard Campout this Saturday, June 23rd. Today’s participants will encourage you in many ways. Be sure to visit all the sites listed at the end of this post to inspire you to have fun camping with your children in the backyard! This will be our first time
Aren’t we all looking to save some money this time of year? I thought so. With that in mind, I’m sharing the top ten Hodgepodge posts of 2011 in celebration of frugal living… Back to Basics Series Meal Plan: Cheap Eats for Two Weeks Frugal Living: Homemade Wheat Thins Frugal Living: Homemade Laundry Detergent (or how I got a $132 a year pay raise) Frugal