It's that time! Time to reflect on the past year. Since I just started this blog a little over 3 months ago, I don't have a whole lot of posts, but there have been over 100 of them. I thought I'd do a recap of the most popular ones. Click on the title of each numbered post to see the original.
Four recipes that were made to go straight from the freezer into either the crock pot or to place directly on the grill. Recipes included Mango Chipotle Chicken, Smothered Pork Chops, Beef Tips, and Pepper Steak.
Directions on how to use Sharpie markers and plain white mugs or dishes from the dollar store to make gifts. Decorate and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
This was a guest post written by my friend, Kasie Robinson, who is a fellow transcriptionist and jewelry maker. Check out her awesome story and recipe, and then cruise on over to her Artfire shop HERE for some darling earrings.
Make a tasty, exotic-tasting meal with simple ingredients from your cupboards. This recipe features that ever-popular food Ramen noodles but is dressed up in a way that is satisfying to both your taste buds and your pocketbook.
A list of hints and helps for turning your own recipes into freezer-to-crock pot meals.
Tips, tricks, and thoughts about saving on groceries that do not normally go on sale or have coupons readily available.
Want to cook all your food at once but don't want the flavors to mix? Foil packets for the crock pot may be the answer. Just wrap up your items, seal in foil, and place in the crock pot!
Use a dollar store glass pebble, wire, and some pliers to make a beautiful, unique, and simple gift.
This is a recipe for the crock pot that is basically chicken chili but uses chili ingredients rather than the usual white sauce that's associated with chicken dishes.
This is a tutorial for how to make a glue-on bail that turns almost any object into a pendant for a necklace. Simple, easy, and very pretty!
There they are! The most popular posts for 2012. Thank you to all my readers who have made this adventure so much fun. I look forward to seeing what 2013 has to bring!