As usual last week we had so many great entries in our Pennywise Platter Carnival that it’s really hard to choose which ones to highlight! One that really stuck out to me was Lindsey’s Chocolate Dipped Candied Orange Peels. . I love how the recipe uses a food item that would normally be thrown away, orange peels, and turns it into a delicious treat! And at Fresh and Feisty, a great dairy free creamy tomato soup was posted. Yummy!
What do you have for us today? If you would like to participate please take note of the following guidelines.
- 1)Link to this post in your blog post
2)Using the Mr. Linky, link back to your specific post, not just your blog.
Your Name: Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet (6 Tips for Eating Frugally)
Your URL: https://www.thenourishinggourmet.com/6tips
3) Keep the ingredients nourishing and frugal!
I hope you join us!
I got a little behind this week, but I have some great posts planned for Valentine’s day (starting on Friday)! So I don’t have a frugal post for today’s carnival, but eagerly await to see your contributions.
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Amanda @ the Rebuild blog
Beef liver is a great frugal protein but what to eat with it? I asked Mom. 🙂 Side dishes that go with liver and onions.
Jenn @ Running With Knives (Cheap Eats: Sunday Dinner)
This is my inaugural Pennywise Platter submission — braised short ribs. I used a cheap cut of meat, that was actually on sale last month at my beef guy’s shop, and got 4 generous meals out of 3 generous ribs.
Er, is vodka nourishing? (homemade vanilla extract ; )
Hello Kimi –
Here is my recipe for cranberry orange bread with sprouted flour. Thanks for hosting this carnival! Happy Thursday! 😉
Avivah @ Oceans of Joy
Don’t you hate wasting food?! So do I, and that includes the meat from the bones that I use to make my stock. I’ve found a yummy way to make it so good no one will complain when you serve these leftovers!
Thanks for hosting, Kimi!
Shannon @ Cooking God's Way
My Multi-Bean & Vegetable Soup is a nourishing and frugal meal that is simmered on low all day in the crock-pot. It’s a great way to use up any extra dried beans you have in your cupboard, especially if you have a little of this bean and a little of that bean. You can use any kind of beans, lentils, split-peas, barley…it’s up to you. The soup is especially wonderful (and nutritious) when made with homemade stock/broth. Enjoy 🙂
Apple Delight is deliciously delightful. Clean and simple are the only accurate words to describe this easy to prepare dessert. The slight souriness of the apples is balanced by the sweetness of the raisins. A topping of slivered almonds and whole coconut milk give it crunch and creaminess.
The yin (alkaline) apples, almonds, and raisins balance out any meat meal that’s yang (acid) or high in protein.
Lindsey @ The Herbangardener
I’m honored that you chose my recipe to highlight this week!
Just wanted to say thanks. 🙂