I spent most of Saturday pouring through recipes putting together a meal plan for the next couple of weeks. We’ve recently started Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University, and part of my effort to get Baby Step #1 finished (a $1,000 emergency fund) is to work on using up the food I have at home. So I spent hours digging through recipes – not to mention my freezer and cupboards! I spent roughly $75 for the next two weeks. Everything else is coming out of my stockpiles.
Digging through my recipes reminded me of how many fabulous recipes I’ve found online. I thought I’d share those recipes with you. I don’t know where real foodies would be without the internet. It is so much easier to find great whole-food, real-food recipes online than in a cookbook. Think of this as a great big thank you to some of my favorite food bloggers- ladies, without you my husband and I would starve!
Is Your Flour Wet? e-book (lots of great recipes!) from Katie and friends at www.kitchenstewardship.com. In this book I found my favorite sourdough pizza crust recipe, along with sourdough crackers and a soaked snickerdoodle bar that the hubby loves!
Tonight, we are experimenting in our kitchen. I found a recipe for lasagna in the crockpot. Here’s hoping its edible!
What’s on your table tonight?