Taco Soup Recipe

Taco Soup Recipe

Taco Soup Recipe Thanks to Connie for this recipe. Check out Cook with Connie for more fantastic recipes! There are so many variations for Taco Soup.  My dear friend, Laura, introduced this Taco Soup Recipe to me years ago as a quick convenience meal, made by opening seven cans, one envelope and combining the ingredients with browned ground beef.  Very, very easy……but full of sodium and MSG.  So, I tinkered with the recipe until I made it as cost-effective and healthy as possible.  One ...

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Quick Chicken Pot Pie

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Quick Chicken Pot Pie Kids gone back to school yet? Need a quick and easy recipe that the whole family will enjoy? The reason I love this Quick Chicken Pot Pie recipe is because it is quick, easy, taste amazing and I usually keep most of these ingredients on hand all the time. I can throw this recipe together in about 30 minutes and enjoy more time with my family! I usually double this recipe and make two pies and I freeze the other for a night that I'm really in a rush or if a friend is in ...

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Top Tips for Dorm Room Supplies Savings

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Dorm Room Supplies Savings Tips The cost of college is expensive enough before the cost of Dorm Room supplies and necessities are factored in. With these Dorm Room Supplies Savings Tips you can send them off to school with everything they need without breaking the bank. Make a list of what you need and then go back over it and include quantities of each item that you need. Mark it off as you buy it so that you don't buy more than you need. Use Organizing Totes to transport your ...

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Quick Bathroom Clean Up Tips

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Quick Bathroom Clean Up Tips With a family of 5 in 900 square feet and sharing 1 bathroom, it is no surprise that the bathroom is the room that gets dirtiest the fastest. This makes it a never ending battle to keep the bathroom in "Company Worthy" appearance. I have begged, pleaded and even nagged to get everyone on the same page but no one can see the things I see (or at least that is what they tell me. ) I decided that I would just take matters into my own hands and take a few minutes ...

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Peach Picking Season

peach picking season

The Best Time for Peach Picking Summer is in full swing and one of the many benefits is the availability of fresh fruit. My favorite summer fruit is the peach. There is nothing more refreshing on a hot day than to bite into a juicy summer peach. By the time peaches make it to the grocery store they have been transported across the state (sometimes states) and been jostled around so much they aren't at the peak of flavor. That is why I love to pick my own!  ...

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Spring Spinach Salad Recipe

How to Make A Spinach Salad

How to Make A Spinach Salad I love a big, green salad, especially in the spring. Romaine, arugula, mixed baby greens, spinach, escarole, even cabbages, and good ole iceberg make crisp and healthy salads with limitless possibilities. I decided to tell you how to make A spinach salad. Some of my favorite salad ingredients include something salty, something crunchy, something sweet, and something cheesy. Springtime calls for salad as an accompaniment or a main dish. You can top almost any ...

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Tips for Running in Hot Weather

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Tips for Running in Hot Weather I’m a Florida girl, so I run in the heat pretty much year-round. But even for those of us who are accustomed to exercising in warmer temperatures, running in the summer heat requires some additional measures. Here are some tips for running in hot weather: 1. Pick the right time of day. Ideally, you should run early in the morning, before the sun rises. If you can’t run early, run as late in the evening as possible. And remember that whenever you run in ...

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Hard Boiled Egg Salad Recipe

Egg salad is great for sandwiches on crackers or on a bed of lettuce

Hard Boiled Egg Salad Recipe Eggs are an inexpensive staple. In many grocery stores, you can get a dozen for less than $2. Fresh eggs usually sell for between $2 and $3 per dozen depending on the size and breed of the laying hen. If you are lucky enough to know a farmer with chickens, you can enjoy flavorful and healthy eggs gathered at the peak of freshness. These farm fresh eggs are usually light to medium brown in color and have larger egg whites and yolks than white, grocery store eggs. ...

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Different Ways to Grow Your Own Food

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Different Ways to Grow Your Own Food How to garden at home I absolutely LOVE my garden! My son, who was three at the time, melted my heart this summer when he said "Mom isn't it so great that we can grow and pick the food that we eat?" This is how to Garden at home.  I will tell you when you decide to grow a garden one of the things to consider is what grows when. What will work in your area and what do you need to get started. We have a great printable on what grows when. This will help you ...

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