I loooooove homemade bread.
You do too, don’t you?
You’re smelling it right now aren’t you?
About a year ago I was buying bread at the grocery store. This adorable old man came up to me and said, “Whoa! Does your family eat that much bread?”
I looked down at my six (gulp!) loaves of bread for the week and… Read the rest
I loooooove homemade bread.
I wanted to officially announce the new e-workbook I have written to help you get organized! It’s called Organized in 20 Days, and is available for $6.50 (today is the last day of the sale, tomorrow the price will go back up to $7.45)
Inside you will find worksheets, checklists, and even a budgeting “workshop”. Each day is laid out… Read the rest
“Time Management” for a mom is all about doing things faster and more efficiently, right? And what do we spend the most time doing? CLEANING UP! I recently purchased Better Homes and Gardens cookbook called 365 Last Minute Meals. In it I found some advice for quick after dinner clean up! I thought I would share:
Clean as you… Read the rest
If there is one thing I hate more than anything about being an At Home Mom, and that is cooking. I know, I’m the complete opposite of my Sister when it comes to food, it’s ok though because she’s my opposite when it comes to technology. I do like the planning part, it’s just the actual getting down to it… Read the rest
Menu planning and cooking is one of the biggest challenges a lot of moms face. One way to make your life easier is to do bulk or batch cooking. Basically what that means is that you are doubling or tripling recipes every time you cook or setting a side a whole day to do the bulk of your cooking. There… Read the rest
Last week I talked about organizing your fridge and freezer. This week it is all about the pantry. Keeping it organized will make your life in the kitchen a lot easier. Here are some ways to get and keep it organized.
Take everything out of your pantry and set it down on your counter or kitchen table.
Look through your… Read the rest
Generally, we save Fridays as a night to eat out. We are both so tired from the long week of work and school. But on one particular Friday night, not too long ago, I was in a mood to create my own meal. I had just stumbled across a recipe article in one of my many magazines. Each recipe only… Read the rest
Meal planning is probably one of the least fun tasks for me. I used to sit in a pile of cookbooks with a calendar in on one side, a shopping list on the other, and so the search begins. In this digital age, that should definitely NOT be the case. Now it really isn’t thanks to kitchenmonki.com.
The great thing… Read the rest
It has been a while since I’ve posted on a Thursday for my food day, but my husband and I have made some life decisons about the food we eat, and we seriously have not felt better! I read a book my sister the Super Healthy Kids mom let me borrow. The book is very good, but has a bit… Read the rest
I will admit that since I got pregnant, my meal planning (among MANY other of my organization habits) has pretty much flown out the window. During my first trimester I could barely look at a piece of chicken. This has led to lots and lots of restaurants and fast food. If I could finally find something that didn’t send me… Read the rest