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$5 Dinners™ — Feeding the Family for $5 or Less

$5 Dinners™ — Feeding the Family for $5 or Less
Handmade Clay Pot from Hurst Beans ~ Giveaway April 10, 2014 If you’re afraid to cook beans, don’t be. At least you won’t have to if you win this one of a kind clay pot from Hurst Beans. Each one is handmade and designed specifically to cook beans to perfection. Simple.

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A Spicy Perspective Turkey Soup with Poblano Peppers Creamy Poblano & Turkey Soup + Giveaway Is your fridge loaded with Thanksgiving leftovers? This creamy Turkey Soup with Poblano Peppers will give your leftovers a sassy makeover with a little southwest flair. Not even the most anti-leftover eater could resist it! The biggest cooking day of the year is over, and I bet you could use a weekend off from cooking. Yet, it seems there are always hungry mouths to feed, and about half of those mouths will turn up their noses to leftovers, even sacred Thanksgiving leftovers. Resource Directory - Page 2The Center for Parenting Education Center for Special Needs, Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia – offers a wide range of programs and services for people with special needs and their families. 1-866-532-7669 Email: Connect - state organization that puts families in touch with organizations that can help – Early Intervention Help Line 800-692-7288 Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania (DRN) – a statewide, non–profit corporation designated as the federally–mandated organization to advance and protect the civil rights of adults and children with disabilities. The Philadelphia Building 1315 Walnut Street, Suite 500 Philadelphia, PA 19107–4798 215-238-8070 (Voice) National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities – National information center that provides information on disabilities and disability related issues.

40 Tasty Restaurant Websites to Inspire You Restaurant websites are a great place to find inspiring designs and also to check out some nice ways of displaying photographs within a design. Since the main content of a restaurant is their food – or at least it should be – there is no better thing to do than show beautiful images of the food. So for this post, I’ve rounded up 40 Tasty Restaurant Websites to Inspire You.

5 Food Blogs I’m Following Now Ho! Ho! Ho! Take a lookie at what Santa’s got in his bag for all of you good little boys and girls in the kitchen. It’s the final look for 2014 at 5 Food Blogs I’m Following Now. Because I’m often asked about new food blogs I’ve discovered, who I’m reading now, and where to find inspiration for great recipes and beautiful food photography, I’m always excited to share a few food bloggers that are favorites in my blog reader. Leave no trace: Tips to cover your digital footprint and reclaim your privacy Privacy is at a premium. Whether it’s the NSA, a hacker cabal, or corporate marketers, someone is looking over your shoulder every time you use your PC. You can minimize your exposure, though. Whether you’d just like to keep your Web browsing under wraps or you want to obliterate all evidence of digital activities, follow these tips to stay on guard and off the grid. Conceal your Internet activity Covering your tracks on the Web starts with your browser’s private browsing feature.

10 Best Recipe Websites You bought the shrimp or the ground beef or the chocolate bits. Now you have to do something with it. The internet has so many uses yet many forget it is a treasure trove of recipe ideas. Maple & Hazelnut Encrusted Pork Sirloin Tip Roast + A Giveaway Halloween is getting closer, and before I start sharing a few spooky recipes, I wanted to share one last Porktober recipe for the month. This recipe features the delicious sirloin tip roast, a juicy cut of meat from the upper back that is as versatile as it is flavorful. This particular cut does best when cooked slowly, so I roasted it at a lower temperature for a longer period of time. I also salted it and rubbed it down with maple the night before to allow time for the flavor of the two to soak deep into the tissue of the meat. When I was ready to begin cooking, I let the roast rest at room temperature for 40 minutes before placing it in the oven, since a cut of this size will cook more evenly if is has been allowed to come closer to room temperature than if you put it in the oven straightaway from the refrigerator.

The No. 1 Budgeting Step You Have to Stop Avoiding Budgeting isn't easy. Many people feel overwhelmed and give up before they even get going. But even among those people who don't quit, many miss the most critical step when creating the family budget: tracking all of your expenses. And I mean down to the penny. A fruitful search: recipes on the internet Earlier this year Google launched a new recipe search in the UK, having guinea-pigged it in America and Japan. This proves what you've surely noticed: that more and more people are using the internet to help them decide what to cook. Blogs, aggregators of chefs' recipes and online compendiums of family cooking are snatching at the apron-tails of magazines and cookbooks. It's an exciting but bewildering time.

The Chic Site One of my favorite things to eat during the summer is a big BBQ spread. Grilled chicken and tri-tip with all the fixings. We can’t forget about the baked beans, that’s the best part. These Slow Cooker Baked Beans are jam-packed with tons of flavor. Maple syrup, brown sugar, bacon and bourbon take them over the edge. They’re the best baked beans you’ll ever eat! 100 Resources to Go to College on the Cheap While college may be a great investment, for many it’s still hard to come up with the initial funding it takes to get started. Even if you’re broke, college doesn’t have to be something that’s out of your grasp simply because of your lack of finances. There are a number of things you can do to greatly reduce the cost of attending college and help lighten the financial burden that tuition can impose on your wallet.

The Top 10 Tastiest Recipes Websites: Best of Food Online 2012 Posted on Thursday, April 5th, 2012 by Danny Davies Finding delicious recipes for any occasion has never been easier. There’s so many tasty food and recipes websites floating around; but how do you know which ones are worth your attention? Well if you’re a budding online recipes connoisseur, you’ve come to the right place to find the absolute best ones: Dine-with-your-eyes through our definitive list of the absolute best of online food websites & blogs… Here’s our Top 10 Tastiest Recipes Websites of 2012. Bon appetit! 1. Sexy Bacon Cheeseburgers with Special Sauce Nothing says Friday like a great big, sexy, juicy burger – amirite? This, my friends, is my ultimate burger. It is my masterpiece. It sadly means that I am spoiled for all other burgers. It’s pretty much my idea of heaven. It’s a burger with the works!