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Christmas and Cashback… and Soup!

Oh it’s cold! Damp and misty and properly cold! Bright and Beautiful too. It’s time for soup and roast dinners and hot puddings and the fire on and hot chocolate and even… thinking about Christmas!

New to the Freebies page is Go Groopie, a site of discounts and vouchers for eating out, travel, kids products and Christmas things.

On the Make a Few Pounds page we have added Boom25, a site that as well as paying guaranteed cashback to your PayPal account, refunds every 25th shopper.

We’ve started the Christmas shopping at Everything5Pounds with some trendy and cosy jumpers! Don’t miss all our other frugal tips on our Christmas page.

Onto the warming recipes: yellow split pea soup, sausage and bean pie, roast potatoes and peppers, fruit crumble and don’t miss our 25p meal ideas.

Remember to check those daily deals from clearance food specialists Approved Food.

Stay cosy!

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!

Autumn Clothes and Recipes

Well, we finally have cool mornings and darker nights again. But that summer was great! It’s given us an abundance of apples which we are using up in apple pies and crumbles and cakes both brambley and appley 🙂

Other recipes that are good for Autumn: Root Soup, Roast Pumpkin and Garlic Pasta, Beer Battered Onion Rings and Porridge with a chocolate swirl!

We’ve been doing some jumper and jacket updates of our wardrobes over at Everything5Pounds. Amazing bargains; we got a quite a few big brands in the mix this time.

And should you be ready to look ahead past Autumn: Frugal Christmas!

Don’t miss the daily deals from clearance food specialists Approved Food. Nature seems to be telling us to stock the larder for winter and maybe we should listen?

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!

Cooling Recipes and Pallet Furniture

It’s hot. It was hot at 8am this morning, properly hot, here in Scotland as we sat on the bench above and drank our tea. We hope you’re getting a chance to do cooling things like paddling in the sea and/or eating ice lollies.

Back to that bench; it’s one of our recent pallet creations. There’s a new post about them here!

Food for the heat: minted noodle soupice lollies, Bean Burgers, Rice Salad, Hummus, Raw Chocolate Bites and actually, though it may seem somewhat counter intuitive, curry!

Popular pages just now:
Days Out and Holidays
Make a Few Pounds

The John Lewis Clearance is underway. See The Sales page for more bargains.

Don’t miss the daily deals from clearance food specialists Approved Food. We regularly fill our cupboards with them!

Keep cool!

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!

Trains and Jam and Holidays!

It’s super summery now; the hawthorn is flowering, the sun is beating down, yes really, and the rhubarb is growing lush and tall.

So, rhubarb! Try our Crumble and Jam recipes, they’re both really good… Other summer recipes we’re enjoying just now are: minted noodle soup, nettle soupchunky purple pasta, dandelion fritters and ice lollies!

The Days Out and Holidays Page has been updated with information on Railcards.

Daily deals site Wowcher has been added to The Sales page; it has some particularly good offers on holidays and hotels just now.

For foody bargains check out Approved Food. We’ve been using them for years and have saved hundreds.

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Enjoy the sunshine!

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!

Super Cheap Pots, Herbs & Gardening!

Some days it’s hot and sweltering, like being in another country, other days it’s cold and windy and, well, like being here! But it is time for gardening, planting, sowing etc. and we’ve been making a start on that.

A trip to our local B&Q started really well with the discovery of a large selection of last season’s pots sitting out front, all for 50p! We got the two pictured above, along with the 4 for £10 deal on quite large herb plants. Winter soup flavoured! See our section on gardening and wild food: Free Food

Perennially popular pages:
Food Shopping Tips
Household Savings
Books on Frugal Living

Recipes for hot days: ice lollies and raw chocolate bites
and for those chillier mornings: porridge!

For foody bargains check out Approved Food. We’ve been using them for years and have saved hundreds.

Keep cool or keep cosy!

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!

cheap shoes and wild garlic

wild garlic

The snow has gone! For now… So we’ve actually been enjoying the wild garlic that grows near us! There’s been pesto and creamy soup and lots of garnishing and adding to sauces 🙂

We’ve discovered a new source of discounted shoes. It’s not as cheap as Everything5Pounds but Schuh Imperfects have some amazing deals on big name brands. All the shoes will have some small imperfection, but it’s well worth a look for the massive savings available.

For foody bargains and filling up your cupboards (in case of more snow!) check out Approved Food. We’ve been using them for years and have saved hundreds.

Most recent posts: The 25p Meal and Making Money with Kleeneze – my story

Keep really really cosy! Eat soup! And hopefully this is Spring!

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!

Wild Food, Snow Food!

Last week we got excited about wild food: the wild garlic was through, we were looking forward to wild garlic pesto and creamy wild garlic carrot soup and anticipating nettle soup and dandelion fritters.

Then came the snow. Road blocking, face freezing, wild garlic covering, snow.

So we’re wrapped up warm in our £5 jumpers and back on the yellow split pea soup, the leek and potato and the mince and dumplings 🙂

In case you missed it last time, our latest super frugal post: The 25p Meal.

Keep really really cosy!

All at Frugal Living in the UK
http://www.frugal.org.uk

and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/frugaluk
and now, Facebook!