My daughter is in a school musical and I volunteered to bring some finger foods. It can't be messy because the kids are gonna grab and snack. I don't want to go with a fruit or vegetable tray. I'm not sure what to do.
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I ran across zayconfoods.com.
Has anyone done this? A friend of mine says you can get chicken breasts for $1.49 a pound. I've heard the reviews but you know, you always want to find someone "real" to get...
How can you tell if your canned foods are bad? (other than the obvious of it looking spoiled.)
I was reading that you cant tell if your food has botulism. If bacteria is going to make it go bad......wouldn't it look bad???
Freshly made kettle chips, buffalo fries, corn dogs, cotton candy, ice slushes, deep fried chocolate bars, candy apples, waffle ice cream sandwhiches etc etc etc.
What is your favourite junky food item that you can only get at a fair/carnival/festival? How often do you look for it / actually...
i am considering broadening my stocked food pantry to include mountain house foods. i do short term and long term LDS style storage.
are they any good? is it worth the money? opinions?
Mountain House® Freeze Dried Foods
I am headed to a wine stasting tomorrow and it has the potential to be a very cheap date for my husband and myself. My mother gave me my bottle of wine to share. Now all I need is a cheap finger food to share as well.
Anybody have any good ideas?
I have to add my husband is no help in the idea...
I will be getting $16 a month in food stamps. That is just about all I will have to spend on food, so I'm wondering what I can buy for $16 that will stretch the furthest. I live alone, so I'm just feeding myself.
I've been working hard this past year to change the way my family eats while still working within our grocery budget.
We've moved towards a more whole foods "clean" eating style.
I want to make some freezer biscuits, but I can't bring myself to use Crisco.
I have coconut oil (solid at room...
Stopped in my local Whole Foods grocery store, which I rarely do as it's pricier than most of the stores in my area. But I'm glad I did. I found that they've started selling one-pot dishes that are pretty much good for being a meal. Not sure if they sell any others like it but I just saw...
Okay - I used to coupon like mad and have a huge stockpile of loads of stuff that actually lasted over two years! However, things in life changed and we changed the way we eat and quit couponing. Now we eat mainly whole foods and shop the perimeter of the grocery (produce, meats, deli, little...
Drying food for storage is great, but the point is to eventually eat it. Are you eating the foods you've dehydrated? What have you done with them lately? Please share your experiences with eating the foods you've dried!
I don't buy these, unless they're dead cheap...you?
For example, I've bought bottled water lately, at .25 a bottle. It goes in our winter emergency stores, and whatever we've got, that's what we use the...