It’s time to share your frugal and nourishing tips and recipes! Where do you shop for quality food at a lower price? What recipe saves a penny? How do you balance a budget with nourishing food? Share here.
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This recipe is for the We Are Going on a Picnic, if you have seen it. If not, you will find it on many blogs with great recipes. Loads of fun. Join in next year, unless you have and I don’t have your letter, yet.
One of my favorites that I haven’t made in a while…..Fish Tacos and they’re GF! Thanks for hosting!!
Do you have the HTML for a badge? I would love to put you on my blogs. I just took what I had off of My Sweet and Savory and I am starting all over. If you do have one, please let me know. Thanks. Chaya
This comment is unrelated to your specific post but related to your blog in general. I stumbled across your blog tonight and wanted to let you know that I was delighted to see that we have some things in common. I am a follower of Jesus Christ, which it appears you are too, I have a tight budget and seek to feed my family nourishing organic foods affordably, and I also have a husband who just graduated from seminary after 5 long years working towards a masters of divinity in preparation for being a worship pastor. It appears your husband is a musician too! 🙂 Well, I would like to have posted this privately but apparently don’t have the computer skills to find your contact info, so here’s my email for all the world to see!
It was a pleasure to find your email, I think you and your family are just adorable and I will enjoy peeking into your blog as you walk this journey of grad school, ministry, and mothering.
Blessings to you and yours,
Hard to get much more frugal that eating weeds!
Jaime @ Like a Bubbling Brook
No recipe this week, but I did do a post on my recipe binder. Want a sneek peek? ;o) I always love seeing how other mamas organize their kitchen and accessories!
Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist
Made these muffins for the first time last weekend and they have the same enjoyable texture and sweetness as ones made with wheat.
Shirley @ gfe
I linked up Cucumber Chickpeas “Bruschetta.” These are a wonderful appetizer (or a light meal), great way to use one’s garden veggies or fare from the farmers’ market, and a fun way to get kids involved in the kitchen, too. We had so much fun making and eating our bruschetta!
Elizabeth @ The Nourished Life
Whew. I spent a month researching detoxification and found lots of good info. I recently did a post round-up so all the detox posts from June could be found easily. We’ve got great stuff on food additives, toxic cookware, the coconut oil detox, heavy metal cleansing and much more!
As much as I love cold beet salad with oil and vinegar, there are a few that don’t have a liking for beets. I am surprised however, there are more that love it than not! Here is one of my mom’s favorites.
This frozen yogurt recipe is a must try if you have an ice cream maker.
I have 2 primal/paleo smoothie recipes to share with you… I enjoyed one as a meal and the other for dessert… enjoy!
jenna Food WIth Kid Appeal
hi all! stop by and check out my use of raw coconut in a 4th festive fruit salad, and let me know what you like to do with coconut water. thanks for hosting kimi!
Living Less Mom
Hi, I am loving your blog. Thank you. I added a link about adding quinoa for taco meat!
BEEF STEW WITH GARLIC SCAPES & LAMB’S QUARTERS
Here’s a recipe I just made up, for anyone who still has garlic scapes, plus yummy nutritious lamb’s quarters. One man’s weed is another’s stew!
1 lb stew meat
4-6 small red or yellow potatoes, cut in ¾ inch cubes
1 small onion, diced
4-5 carrots, cut in ¾ inch pieces
½ to 1 bunch garlic scapes, cut into 1 inch pieces
Several handfuls lamb’s quarters, roughly chopped
1 28oz can diced tomatoes
¼ cup red wine
1 Tbs chopped fresh rosemary
1 Tbs chopped fresh oregano
Several small fresh sprigs thyme
Plus a bundle garni tied with kitchen string containing several bigger sprigs rosemary, thyme and oregano (if you have it growing in your garden)
1 ½ tsp coarse sea salt
Freshly ground black pepper
A sprinkle hot chili flakes
2 cups water or stock
1 Tbs arrowroot or potato starch in a slurry with a little water
Place all ingredients in roaster oven/slow cooker.
Turn to 350 for about 15 minutes to start, and then reduce to about 250 for overnight or the rest of the day.
Continue cooking on low for 7-10 hours.