25 Money-Saving Tips for Frugal Cooking and Shopping

25 Money-Saving Tips for Frugal Cooking and Shopping

A4113f7cc8c2fc3cc96eb640f4534c625dde976e?w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Faith Durand
Jan 4, 2010
Frugality has been on everyone's minds these days, and cooking at home is one of the best ways to save money and nourish yourself and your home at the same time. From good yet inexpensive cuts of meat to good ideas for using up the last bits of your ingredients, here's a look back at some of our discussions and tips on saving money in the kitchen. Posts pictured in photos above are in bold below, and in order left to right and top to bottom. How to Save Money by Shopping at Whole FoodsBook Recommendation: The Frugal Foodie CookbookRecipe for Frugal Times: MuhjadarrahBartering for Food: Would You Do It?How Low Can You Go? NPR Makes a Push for Frugal DinnersTen Ways to Feed Ten People for Less Than $20Conscientious Shopper: Do You Use Coupons?Want a Cheap and Eco-Friendly Dinner? Try Mussels.Is a $15 Can of Tomatoes Really Worth It?Food Budgeting: When to Splurge, When to SaveMix & Match Bagged Meals At HomeHoliday Party Wines: $10 and Less from Trader Joe'sDeal-licious: Chefs Turn Cheap Ingredients Into GourmetIs It Cost-Effective To Make Pantry Staples Yourself?Money-Saving Tip: Shop at Multiple Grocery StoresA Cocktail Party for 20 for Just $140 Beef Shopping Guide: Cheap Cuts and Cooking GuideGood Idea! Sharing Kitchen EquipmentCraigslist Saves You Bucks in the KitchenOn Recession Eating & Cooking (It's Not Depressing)Frugal Cooking: Eight Ways to Use Leftover ChickenRecession Eating & Cooking: Really Cooking at Home More?Cheap Meat: Of Beef Chuck Deckle and Lamb T-BonesSurvey: How Are You Cutting Back in the Kitchen?What To Do With...? 75 Tips for Leftovers and Ingredients
* * *
Welcome to The Kitchn's end-of-year roundup! We are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the last year, including lots of recipes. We are also shaking out our reader mailbag, and giving you a few more great guest posts from our friends.
(Images: See linked posts for full image credits.) Posted originally from: TheKitchn
Created with Sketch.