Casual Kitchen's Top Five of the Month: November 2008

In my efforts to make Casual Kitchen more user-friendly, I'm going to roll out a new feature, the Top Five of the Month. This once-a-month post is for those readers who may not get a chance to read everything here at CK, but who still want to keep up with the best and most widely read articles. With one glance, you'll be able to see what your fellow readers have been focusing on over the past month.

As always, please feel free to share your thoughts and feedback, either in the comments below or by emailing me at dan1529[at]yahoo[dot]com.
Top Five of the Month for November 2008:

1) Ten Tips on How to Cut Your Food Budget Using the 80/20 Rule
How to Make an Apple Pie with a Perfect Flaky Crust
Ten Tips to Save Money on Spices and Seasonings
How Are You Adjusting to the Economic Crisis? A Question for CK Readers
The Macchinetta: Stovetop Espresso Coffee

Top Ten Most Read Posts, All Time:

1) Ten Strategies to Stop Mindless Eating
Seven Ways to Get Faster at Cooking
Ten Tips to Save Money on Spices and Seasonings
The Granola Blogroll: The Ultimate Authority on Great Granola Recipes
How to Tell if a Recipe is Worth Cooking With Five Easy Questions
Why Spices Are a Complete Rip-Off and What You Can Do About It: The Spice Series Part 1
Eight Tips to Make Cooking At Home Laughably Cheap
Three Easy, Delicious and Inexpensive Homemade Salad Dressing Recipes
The Dinner Party: 10 Tips to Make Cooking for Company Fun and Easy
Stacked Costs and Second-Order Foods: A New Way to Think About Rising Food Costs

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