grocery sources

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Salvage Shopping in Portland

A few years ago, I ran into a slightly sketchy looking store in outer SE on my way to a party. I was supposed to bring a dessert, and it was the only store I could find. I came away pleased with what I found and have visited the same little salvage grocery store on … Continue reading

Lemon Love!

We have discovered that our boys need to avoid dairy so I’ve been experimenting with new recipes. Our favorite combination this week has been a honey scone topped with lemon curd. I used Kimi’s lemon curd recipe. It was delicious! I used just yolks and only four (what I had available) and it turned out … Continue reading

Great Bread at an Affordable Price

When we are in busier seasons of life, the best choice for our family has been to purchase our bread. The best resource for us is The ┬áHealthy Bread Store in Milwaukie. When you purchase 12 or loaves each loaf is then $1.50-2.50. Put it in your freezer and enjoy! We love Dave’s Killer Bread … Continue reading

Costco Price List

Shopping at Costco can be an excellent way to make your food dollars stretch further. While not a local business, they do offer living wages with good benefits to employees. We shop at Costco every one to two months, and we share our membership with my parents to keep it affordable. I have 5-10 products … Continue reading