“Casserole” generally describes a dish cooked in one pot or dish – the fewer dishes the better! This recipe includes foods that you likely have on hand to make a quick, nutritious, delicious and low-cost meal.
It’s that time of year. If you’re lucky enough to have a little dirt to dig in, and the inclination to do so, maybe you’ve already tilled the soil and sprouted your seeds. Unfortunately, they don’t give gardening supplies away, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out altogether. What is a budget gardener to do? Continue reading Digging up Gardening Supplies on the Cheap.
This post is not about faking it to fit in or suggesting one gets the Pygmalion treatment, but looking like you have more money than you actually do can help you out from time to time. Think job interviews, getting better service (pretty much anywhere), or meeting professionals like your kid’s teacher or networking at a business conference. There are a few simple things that set a person apart (at least as far as first impressions go) and can get you a little further in certain situations. Continue reading How to Look Richer than You Are
Not everyone likes to cook. Not everyone even knows how to cook. If you have enough money to eat at restaurants all the time, maybe it’s not a big deal…but most of us don’t have that kind of cash. So here’s a few things that will make even the most kitchen-phobic folks lives a little easier, not to mention saving time and money. Continue reading 5 Basic Cooking Skills Everyone Should Know.