Thursday, March 12, 2009

Lylah's Sun Oven Experiment - Roasting Chicken for Tonight's Dinner - Part 1

Like every other home maker, I'm thinking about every way I can to not only save money.

I know I'm saving money (after the initial investment) by gardening. I also know that I'll be saving money in developing my year long pantry and a new way that I think I'll save money is to use the sun's resources to cook as many meals as I can outside in my new solar oven.

Related Posts
1. Cooking in Lylah's Kitchen
2. Save Money - Cook with a Solar Oven
3. Developing a Year Long Pantry
4. Who isn't Thinking About Saving Money?
5. Saving Money in the Kitchen
6. Part 3 of Lylah's Solar Cooking Experiment

How are you saving money? What tips can you share?

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Danielle said...

Very cool! I can't wait to see how it comes out. One of the ways I'm trying to save money this year is by joining a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). For $420 I'll receive 10-15 pounds of fresh local produce each week for 20 weeks. Plus I will have my own garden produce. :)

Lylah said...

Hey beautiful Danielle...Thanks for stopping by. That CSA sounds great. I'd love to hear about what you're getting and then how you'll cook with what you get. You go girl with your garden!

the griffin familia said...

don't forget you can unplug all of your outlets for some additional electric bill savings.
hope that chicken worked! :)

Danielle said...

I will definitely let you know what I get! I get pleasure out of stuff like posting what i got at the farmer's market that week. heehee This is the first time I've done a CSA. I've been a little nervous about it before, but this farmer has a great list of produce that he's growing for us and a great price so I took the plunge! :)

Jodi @ Food Storage Made Easy said...

I'm excited to see how it turns out. I am going to have solar oven envy now :)

Johanne said...

Yes, more people should start using alternative sources of energy for everyday things.