[B010] How to Set Up Your First Kitchen ft. Erin Chase, $5 Dinners

Here’s what you need to do to set up your first kitchen for success.

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What are the essential items you need to set up your first kitchen? If you’re on your own for the first time, this live podcast episode is essential for making the most of your money and creating a space that comfortable for cooking and gives you the opportunity to be successful in the kitchen.

Regardless of your cooking philosophy, Erin Chase will guide you through making the best decisions for stocking your first kitchen.

Erin is the founder of $5 Dinners, $5 Meal Plan, Grocery Budget Makeover, and MyFreezEasy.

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Hosted byHarlan Landes and Miranda Marquit
Produced byadulting.tv
Edited and mixed bySteven Flato
Music bybensound.com

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[B010] How to Set Up Your First Kitchen ft. Erin Chase, $5 Dinners was last modified: March 4th, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

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