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DIY a more exciting brown bag lunch

DIY A More Exciting Brown Bag Lunch

Almost everyone knows that bringing a lunch from home, even a few times a week, can equal big savings on your weekly food budget.  But it’s sooo boring!  And a bologna sandwich–ewwwwwwww!  So change your attitude about totables, and DIY a more exciting brown bag lunch. Today’s homemade lunch is interesting, healthy, sustainable and budget-friendly.  Whether you enjoy […]

Historic Cookbooks Highlight Sustainable Past

Historic Cookbooks Highlight Sustainable Past

As we study the ways past generations lived, farmed and ate, one thing is for sure… America has been blessed with clever and thoughtful cooks. And many beautiful, wonderful, educational cookbooks, too. I love cookbooks!  In fact, I collect them.  Not surprising since I often write about food and love to cook.  But the cookbook […]

Don’t Be A Dummy, Wash Your Reusable Bags

In this day and age, I shouldn’t have to remind y’all, all y’all–to wash your reusable bags.  I mean, really, you wouldn’t wear the same clothes every day, would you?  Okay, who washes their jeans–but seriously, people!  What you’re bringing home in your shopping bags is a lot grosser than that pair of jeans you’ve been […]