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Cookbooks and recipe help when trying to stick to a budget! – Hf #173: When I got married, I had zero cooking skills. I had no idea what I was doing in the kitchen and felt like I had a lot of catch up to do. So today we are going to chat about my favorite cookbooks, tips, and other resources for cooking on a budget!

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When I got married, I had zero cooking skills. I had no idea what I was doing in the kitchen and felt like I had a lot of catch up to do. So today we are going to chat about my favorite cookbooks, tips, and other resources for cooking on a budget! 
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My favorite cookbooks for a budget:
100 Days of Real Food - and especially 100 Days of Real Good on a Budget. See also her website.
Dinner Made Easy with Six Sisters' Stuff: Time-Saving Recipes for Busy Moms. See also their website.
Six Sisters' Stuff 30 Minute Recipes: 100 Quick and Easy Dishes
Six Sisters' Stuff Simple One-Pan Dishes: 100 Quick and Easy Recipes
Good Cheap Eats - also a great website! 
Not Your Mother's Make-Ahead and Freezer Cookbook
Honorable mentions: Pioneer Woman and Magnolia Table
Other Links: 
Doing a $70 Grocery Budget Challenge with Crystal Paine
Our Grocery Budget Challenge for the Summer
How Jessi Paid of $55k in debt in 2 years
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