Tag Archives: slow

Homemade Laundry Soap

I usually try to post deep and meaningful things on Sundays, but I need to come clean here (see what I did there?).  Being deep and meaningful takes work.  So today I am posting a recipe instead.  A recipe for laundry soap.  I have been making my own laundry soap for nearly ten years now.  It saves money, saves time, and saves the Earth. Continue reading

Flexible Chili

Flexible Chili – You can’t cook it wrong {Recipe}

I know, I know.  Do we really need another chili recipe?  Yes!  This is so delicious!  Also, I promised earlier to post this recipe.  I know it is summer, and chili is a winter food, but I thought I was short on grocery money this week and had to do some pantry meals, and chili is one of the best pantry meals.  All of the ingredients can be stored in the pantry if you skip the ground beef (which I often do, much to L’s disappointment), making this a perfect zombie apocalypse recipe. Continue reading

Chicken Cabbage Soup {Recipe}

I’m going to try this recipe feature again.  Hopefully it works right this time and only publishes once.  I was asked to post a budget-stretching recipe today, so I decided to share my Chicken Cabbage Soup, which is based on Anytime Soup found in The Schwarzbein Principle.  If I’m really honest, it is just a variant based on what I had and felt like putting in it. Continue reading