By Value Guru, July 24, 2010
You could win a $50 gift card for a 50¢ idea!
By Value Guru, July 14, 2010
Cookouts, parties, picnics and travelling – when it comes to summer it often seems that more is merrier and busy is better. Of course, The Whole Deal value guide
has great ideas for summer entertaining on a budget. But there are also times when you just need to slow the summer down and The Whole Deal
is there for you too. Take this weeklong meal plan for one or two. It's got refreshing recipes and tips to savor summer affordably. Plus, it even leaves a little room to party.
By Value Guru, June 30, 2010
It’s getting hot out there, so take off all your artificial additives and enjoy the season and everything it has to offer with cool homemade drinks.
By Value Guru, June 15, 2010
It’s grilling season, and for good reason. Who wants to turn on the oven if you don’t have to? Quick, light meals made at home with fresh whole foods are a health- and money-saver compared to going out.
By Value Guru, June 2, 2010
Summer’s here and it’s time to relax and have some fun! But that doesn’t mean you have to relax your health or budget standards for the sake of fun. If feeding your family well is important to you any time of year then turn to The Whole Deal value guide
. This weeklong meal plan for four (or a few more) will help you keep your cool and avoid the summer meal meltdown by keeping your fun up and your expenses down.
By Value Guru, May 12, 2010
Congrats to Oscar whose comment (#414) was randomly selected to win the $25 gift card. Thanks to everyone who shared their ideas for the best dog toppings!
By Allison Burch, May 1, 2010
Hello Summer Savers!
By Value Guru, April 27, 2010
Getting dinner on the table every night doesn’t have to be a drag. That’s especially true when you follow the weeklong meal plans in The Whole Deal value guide
. Here are our simple suggestions for feeding one or two incredibly well, affordably.
By Value Guru, April 14, 2010
If you want the simple truth, your food choices make a difference to the health of the planet and all its inhabitants. Take our Gyro-Style Lamb with Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce over Quinoa
recipe, for example. Here’s how you can save so much more than money by shopping for the ingredients at our stores.
By Value Guru, March 29, 2010
Cooking quinoa is easier done than said! All it takes is fire and water and about 30 minutes with very little attention. And really, “KEEN-wah” is not any harder to say than it is to cook. Check it out.
Why Should I?
Quinoa is a complete protein containing all eight essential amino acids. It’s light and fluffy in texture but has that whole grain ability to fill people up—and if you’ve got company coming, this recipe easily doubles to serve eight people.