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March 10, 2009


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I thought she had some good points in that. I'm trying to cut down on the impulse shopping and, yes, the farmers markets are a good idea. I think a trip to our local farmstand is in order this weekend.


Well, I love me some Rachel Ray, so without even listening to that, I tend to agree with her. For us my best cost saving move is to utilize our costco membership. Its a LOAD cheaper than the regular grocery store, and I finally got a freezer in the garage to store overage so I can make better use of it all.


Thanks for sharing this article, I love RR but missed this appearance.


I loved that!!!! and I love RR! :)

No, great food is affordable, the key is making your own dishes at home.. prepared meals get $$$$. With the basics you can create masterpieces at home. I like to plan our dinners at home based on whats for sale that week. I also like to stock up on things when they go on big sale. I dont believe in wasting anything. I freeze what I dont need right away or leftovers. :)

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