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Caesar Salad Dressing Recipe

One of my favorite meals is a big plate of romaine lettuce with homemade Caesar Salad dressing. Throw in a few croutons and some leftover chicken and I’m a happy girl. Sure, you could use bottled dressing on this type of salad but where’s the fun in that? Once you make up a batch using […]

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Chicken Bundles

Easy Chicken Bundles made wit leftover chicken, cream cheese, crescent rolls and seasonings.

Today I thought I’d share another quick family favorite with you. It uses a creamy chicken filling wrapped around crescent roll dough and baked up. Add a salad and dinner is done. I also like to make these to take with us on a picnic lunch or dinner. Wrap them in foil to keep them […]

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Get More Juice Out of Limes and Lemons

Here’s a tip from  fellow Hillbilly Housewife reader about getting more juice out of lemons and limes. (Edited for Spelling). Place the fruit in the microwave oven for approximately 35-50 seconds. Let them cool and set aside till you can pick them up without burning your hands. This works great especially if you’re weak or […]

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Creamy Turkey Rice Soup

This is such an easy recipe that’s the perfect use of leftover turkey (or chicken for that matter). It makes a great lunch and a wonderful dinner. If you’re serving this for dinner, add a bread or even better a side salad to make it more filling. You can modify this recipe and add some […]

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Ultimate Homemaker Ebook Collection

For 6 days only, more than 75 widely-known bloggers and authors in the homemaking sphere have joined together to offer 97 of their most popular eBooks and eCourses, valued at just over $600, for the incredibly low price of $29.97! More than anything, the goal for this sale was for it to be, well… ultimate! […]

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Turn Story Telling Into Frugal and Educational Fun

Here’s another great article by Cindy about using Narration and Notebooking. If you are not a homeschooler (we’re not), there are still lots of great ideas here to have fun with your kids that’s both educational and frugal. We always do a lot of reading over the summer and I’ll be incorporating some narrations / […]

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