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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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With casseroles being a pretty Southern thing, it’s likely that they show up at your family reunions, church picnics, and holiday parties. They’re generally pretty easy to make and they’re great for toting to a friend or gathering. But lots of times, they can be mysterious and goopy and filled with condensed soups. I’m not […]

    I’ve kind of been on a soup making kick because 1. it’s not super warm here, 2. you can pack lots of veggies into soups, and 3. one pot=a lot less dishes. Plus, leftovers freeze really well and it’s just plain happy to see a big pot of simmering supper on your stove. This cheese […]

      Frugal Recipe: Lentil Soup

      on 1.15.2015 at 11:10am
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      It has been nothing but cold and gloomy where I live for what seems like forever (okay, maybe about a week). I’m trying not to let the cloudy skies push me into a state of lethargy, so even on the nights that I feel like plopping down or ordering take-out, I told myself that I’m […]

        I’m going to bet that for a lot of you dinner can be a stressful thing. Lots of times it’s because recipes seem too overwhelming, or you’re running out of time, or you simply don’t know what to prepare. I wanted to start giving you all one recipe a week that’s simple; these recipes will: […]

          This past week I happened upon a very large amount of leftover plums. Long story short: I had to feed snack to 80 kids and accidentally bought way too many (on the plus side, the cases of plums at the US Foods Chef Store were $19.98, which is a crazy good price for 180 plums). […]

            People frequently email me to ask about saving on gluten-free products. While it’s true that many coupons are for items that contain gluten, you can still save money while eating gluten free. The best ways to save are to shop sales, buy what is in season, and learn to make homemade versions of often overpriced […]

              I revealed my secret to great pizza. I put a 12” brick tile in the bottom of my oven. The main reason to have the brick tile is, of course, to be able to bake homemade pizza with a crust that is crunchy, crispy, and golden-brown on the outside, and soft, chewy, and fluffy on […]

                If you enjoy cooking a great way to save money is to make your own spice blends and mixes! It is fun to be able to control exactly what you are putting in them. You can make changes based on your family’s preferences or what you have on hand. The key to creating fresh spice […]


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