If you want to have the low down on the easier version of hiking Machu Picchu, including the best places to stay, or how much such a trip can cost, then read this blog: Continue reading “Machu Picchu: Costs and Hotels we Used:”
This post is for those with no cooking skills who would like to cook and save money!
I grew up with parents who were excellent cooks and was fortunate to marry someone who has even more culinary skills. So I felt woefully inadequate whenever trying to prepare a meal.
My first attempt to cook was “Pirate Stew” which apparently had uncooked potatoes in the middle. Who knew it was important to cook food until it was done?
We toss way less food and have fresher tasting meals since DH researched how to store food. Here’s the cliff notes version of all the tricks we use to cut down on food spoilage:
Lowering my food costs started with broken bones and wasted chicken.
A few years ago I wanted to do research for a fantasy series I’m writing, so I organized a girl’s trip to explore an island with a cave.
Two things happened that weekend:
1) I went trail running, fell, and broke my ribs.
2) My husband decided to become a vegan while I was gone. Continue reading “How a Physician Cut Her Food Bill by 63%”