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  1. Frugal Living
    I buy some convenience food. I buy jar sauce, mac n cheese, canned pineapple and tomato soup in a can. I don't make my own salad dressing most of the time either. That's just a few. Name the convenience foods that are in your house that you don't mind buying (even if you can make it yourself).
  2. Blog
    I had to join in and add mine as well.... 1. For 7 years as a single parent, I worked full-time but still managed to get my B.A. and B.Ed. in senior education 2. My son is my best friend in the world 3. After 42 years...I finally found my soulmate (DH) 4. I love the smell of lilacs after a...
  3. Health and beauty
    Want to share your favorite beauty product that are budget friendly? I try to find sales, but some products are great deals even at regular price. My favorites are: Infusium 23 (Repair)ologie Shampoo around $7 regular price (16oz). I've tried a lot of shampoos & with fine, slightly oily hair a...
  4. Kitchen Basics
    We've had several threads on beans lately. For the bean lovers among us, what are you favorites? Any are ok with me, but I especially love limas. Next would be, I guess, dark red kidneys. Great northern are pretty much at the bottom of list, with everything else falling somewhere in between.
  5. Kitchen Basics
    We have a lot of mouths to feed in the morning, all at various times through the morning hours. I leave for work early, my wife gets up two hours later and the children soon after that. So I'm looking for some ideas for the crockpot whereas a quick, hot breakfast can be served come morning, but...
  6. Kitchen Basics
    What would your family eat every day if you let them? My husband would eat salad, succotash, hot-buttered-cornbread, steak, red beans & rice, fried chicken, rice & gravy and fried pork chops every day if he could. I could eat my DH's spaghetti, shrimp (any type, any time), sweet taters, fried...
  7. Freebies
    http://www.eat.com/promotions/supernanny/questions.asp
  8. Freebies
    http://www2.gooseberrypatch.com/gooseberry/affiliates.nsf/f.sunmaid?OpenForm&action=initial
  9. General Chat
    http://www.hometownfavorites.com/index_dyn.asp
  10. Beadwork and Jewelry
    I like http://beadwork.about.com I live in Oklahoma so I do the beaded Indian jewelry as well as making regular beaded items. Debbie http://debbiesden.50megs.com is where you can see some of my crafts.
  11. Computers
    What is the difference? I have soooooooooo many things in favorites, that I think it's slowing down my computer, is it? What is bookmarking? Is it different than saving to favorites? Where do you keep all those sites, that you think you'd like to look at later? lacyj
  12. General Chat
    Or do you just keep racking up favorites and seldom use them? I use them lots, they are organized somewhat so that they are easy to find. How about you?
  13. General Chat
    Our computer went a little screwy, so dh took all the info from this one, put it on the old one, reconfigured this one, then re-installed everything again. Fine. It's his job and he's wonderful at it. However, the one thing he forgot was our internet favorites. All of my coupon/refunding...
  14. Education
    http://www.strainedpeas.com/recipes/recipes.php
  15. Leisure & Media Arts
    About yours. We have them all and there is now a new one out we need to get. Our kids and us absolutely love these videos and watch them over and over again. They have been such a great investment. What are your favorite family videos?
  16. Christmas
    Great Holiday Make-Ahead Breakfast Favorites Frugal Homemaker by Leslie Sausage Tired of cold cereal or cheese toast for your holiday breakfast? Do you starve yourself on holiday mornings waiting on the "big" meal? Try one of these favorite make-ahead casseroles for your next holiday...
  17. Christmas
    Great Holiday Make-Ahead Breakfast Favorites by Leslie Sausage Tired of cold cereal or cheese toast for your holiday breakfast? Do you starve yourself on holiday mornings waiting on the "big" meal? Try one of these favorite make-ahead casseroles for your next holiday breakfast! The first two...
  18. Christmas
    1 3/4 c. (3 1/2 sticks) butter 1/2 c. granulated sugar 1 tsp. vanilla 4 c. all-purpose flour 1 c. chopped blanched almonds Glaze: 1/2 c. semisweet chocolate chips 1 tbsp. butter Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, beat butter, sugar, and vanilla until light and fluffy. Mix in flour...
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