Do you have many mouths to feed on a tight budget? Do you have to sacrifice nutritional value of your meals to save money? No! As long as you have these cheap pantry staples on hand at all times you’ll be able to keep your family fed and well nourished.
Children working in the kitchen can be messy, dangerous and burdensome. But if you view it as an opportunity to teach, you can make it an enjoyable event. Consider teaching these basic cooking skills children need to learn to your little ones.
Are you trying to be healthier by cooking and eating at home more often? That’s great! Until your husband or kids start turning up their noses at your creations of love. Solve this problem by learning why your homemade food doesn’t taste good.
Meal planning can be done several different ways. Really, sticking to any meal plan will save you money. Reverse meal planning is a homemaking skill that saves even more money because you plan to buy food when it is cheap.
Growing up, eating leftovers was never an option. It was a given. Leftovers were snacks. Leftovers were thrown in a big dish and became the most delicious casserole. As I got older, I learned some people just toss leftovers. If people knew how to reuse leftover food maybe so much wouldn’t be thrown away.