Penny, from Penniless Parenting.com blogs about how to live an enjoyable life on a very tight budget. Penny tries her best to live and blog about eating a real foods diet, green living, homeschooling, DIY, making things from scratch (including many things you never would have thought you could make at home), and frugal living tips, from basic all the way to extreme frugal strategies. She shares many recipes, with her specialty being low cost gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian and vegan healthy meals. Even if you have no food restrictions, don't worry; these recipes will likely work for you as well, as they are delicious and very frugal, without using any specialty ingredients.
Please take a moment to stop by Penny's blog and leave a friendly message and welcome her aboard!
Thanks for joining us and sharing your ideas and recipes, philosophy and wonderful new discoveries. Food from your hearth, food for your soul. I continue to learn something new and wonderful each week. And I look forward to seeing what you have been cooking, creating and enjoying this week.
If you are new, please read the Hearth and Soul mission statement page which includes the rules for linking up.
If you have any questions, just drop me a line at MomsSundayCafe@gmail.com.
Now before we "go to the hop!" here are a few links that caught my eye from last week:
Baked Kale Chips
Ginger Mustard Chicken
Chocolate Elderberry and Rose Hip Ice Cream
I want to take this moment to invite you to visit the linked post before your own, as well as the linked post after yours. It should be fun as well as interesting to visit the other links and say hello.
And now on behalf of all the co-hosts,
April of The 21st Century Housewife,
Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen,
Penny of Penniless Parenting
Alea at Premeditated Leftovers,
Melynda at Mom's Sunday Cafe welcome to the Hearth and Soul hop!