I started Cheap Cooking during a dot.com bust in 2002 I think. When I needed to cut back on expenses the first time (after I quit my job to stay home with my new baby (way back when, she’s now an adult!), I scoured used bookstores and garage sales and libraries for information. I want to share what I learned (and still use). There have been boom and bust cycles in my life since I stayed home with my firstborn. Sometimes I eat out a bit more often or feel free to experiment with some unusual ingredients from a new cuisine, but I’m always very conscious of what I’m spending.
I was a contributor to Digital Dish, The Freshest Writing and Recipes from Food Blogs Around the World and have had articles published on various web sites, including The Dollar Stretcher.
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