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What do money and food have to do with each other?
Money and food are fuel. Money and food are served and consumed by us daily. Money and food can be used to build peace, health and capability. Money and food can be ignored allowing chaos, fear and illness. Be intentional.
Typically, in your household budget, fuel costs are your biggest fluctuating expenses. You use your car to get to work and meet family obligations. You use your mind and body to serve well at work and at home, so let’s fuel your physical as well as we fuel your vehicle.
This is part 4 of a 4 part series on using a slow cooker to create meals at very low cost and small time investment. Whether you are a family of 6 or a family of 1, the principles stay the same: cooking at home saves you money. Merry Christmas! You get two recipes for the “price” of one post: BBQ Pulled Pork and Salsa Chicken.
At this time of year, spiral cut ham and frozen turkeys are mainstays to holiday celebrations. Prime cuts of meat are also expected to sell well (prime rib, ribeye, pork loin, etc). Watch for when the meat manager at your favorite grocery store throws on sale Pork Shoulder (aka “Boston Butt” or “Picnic” cuts). This cut of meat has good fat marbling and is hard to overcook or dry out in your slow cooker.
Ridiculously Easy Pulled Pork
One Pork Shoulder
1 bottle BBQ sauce of choice (If you will be serving with onions and pickles, go for a Hickory or Honey Mustard variety. If you’re serving it straight up, go for whatever suits your fancy.)
Put in your slow cooker for 6 – 8 hours on low. Let cool for a few minutes, then shred with two forks or chop with a good sharp knife. It’s ready to serve when your sandwich buns are lightly toasted or your baked potatoes are begging for a topping of this good stuff.
This works great with chicken breasts or chicken thighs – whatever your preference or what is on sale.
2 – 3 lbs. chicken
1 can reduced sodium Cream of Mushroom soup, plus milk as directed on can
Taco Seasoning (create your own mix or use a packet)
Put in your slow cooker for 6 hours on low, come home to a fabulous smelling home and serve this main dish with rice or pasta plus your favorite veggie side.
Whether you are an experienced cook, or you are just getting started, enjoy these recipes! When you have a success, call me and let’s celebrate your physical and financial health. – Julia, 817 999
Are you a small business owner looking to add financial wellness to the benefit you offer your internal customers, aka team members or employees? Be sure to look at MyMoneyWellness.com and give Julia a call to discuss how we can customize this for you.
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Both budgeting (cash flow planning) and sex are hard to talk about. What if you waded into the difficult conversation and found that a simple misunderstanding, based on bad assumptions, is the only thing limiting you and your spouse from a whole lot of fun together and over-the-moon results?
We’re gathering at Spirit Filled in Midlothian, TX (287 and Robinson St just southeast of downtown Midlo) next Friday evening from 6 – 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, 8a – 4:15p
If anyone has accused you of being a Sunday-evening-jerk, you need to come to this conference Simulcast. Jon has information to expand upon. You get a 68 page workbook of additional content. We’re getting lunch delivered on Saturday so that we can continue our good conversations and dream big dreams that recover the passion we lost along the way. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat today
I attended the first Quitter Conference in 2011.
I knew it would be fun. I knew I would meet interesting and fun people.
I didn’t expect it to pay off like it has in the last 12 months. Where could YOU be 12 months from now if you had this information and access to the conversations we’ll have next weekend?