Sunday Scratchups grew out of a weekly recipe series on its sister site MashupMom.com that focused on cooking varies and frugal recipes around items on sale at my local stores. SundayScratchups.com just extends this idea further, talking about my own path to becoming an accidental cook, cooking around allergies, special diets, and sale items, and just plain having fun by cooking with different ingredients and trying new things.
If you’re looking for the grocery deals and actual coupon matchups, visit MashupMom.com. If you’re looking for recipes and all things food related, stick around here!
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