Tuesday Turn About #209 Easy Summer Meal

Hi friend! I have a treat for you today!

Each Tuesday, I’ve been sharing post ideas from around the web here on Tuesday Turn About Link Party.

This week, I found a whole meal for you! And it’s an easy summer meal idea that could be served to a small group and easily made for a large group.

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Weekly Thrifting Tip

We are in full-swing yard sale season so I thought I would share the tip that I have used for years.

Bring cash to yard sales. And make those bills small. A handfull of one dollar bills instead of five’s and ten’s will give you some negotiating power.

Speaking of negotiating, I need to remind myself to be considerate. Sometimes I get so set on the deal that it can seem rude to others. I don’t want to offend anyone and at the same time I want to get a good deal!

Hey, that was two tips! Hope they are helpful for your next yard sale shopping day!

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Fluster Buster – Robin

The Ultimate Western Bacon Hot Dog

Scratch Made Food for Hungry People – Melynda

Red Cabbage Slaw

Must Have Mom – Sarah

No Bake Icebox Berry Cheesecake Recipe

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  1. Debbie- Dabble says:

    Happy July 4th!
    Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! I hope you have a great week!

    1. Hi Debbie! I hope you had a great fourth of July too!

  2. Such fun recipes to try, Cindy! Love your garage sale tips too. As always thanks so much for hosting and for giving us a fun place to share. I hope you have the best week, CoCo

    1. I hope you get a chance to try the recipes CoCo! Thanks for joining our party this week. I hope you have a great week too!

  3. Hi Cindy! Thanks for hosting! Great tips for thrifting. My best yard sales finds of all time were in Delaware. I purchased a pair of large antique cast iron urns for $60. I also found this beautiful antique window in a diamond pattern for $10. Those were the days . . .
    Hope you are doing well! Have a fabulous week.

    1. Delaware has some great deals to be found! Come and visit, Anna!