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Safety First When it Comes to Storing Food

Posted on August 26, 2020 by Chase Demko
Keeping food fresh longer is vital to both your wellbeing as well as your wallet.In the event that you allow food to ruin your grocery expenses will skyrocket as you dispose of spoiled food.In the event that you consume food that has exceeded its expiration you can find sick which defiantly is wii thing...

Freezing Cookies

Posted on May 3, 2020 by Chase Demko
Perhaps one of the most faqs when baking cookies is: how will you decrease preparation time for parties or special events? The response is easy; freeze your dough or cookies in advance.Most cookie dough freezes very well and can be kept frozen for 4 or 6 weeks...

Do You Have Lots of Turkey Leftovers

Posted on September 12, 2019 by Chase Demko
When Thanksgiving has ended and all of your company went home what now ? with those turkey leftovers? You will want to try freezing them.By freezing your turkey leftovers it is possible to take pleasure from fresh roasted turkey months from now when Thanksgiving and turkey leftovers certainly are a thing of days gone by...

Make it With Mint

Posted on April 14, 2018 by Chase Demko
It would not be summer without fresh mint in pots on the front porch and in the backyard.Mint is so easy to grow, it has such a wonderful fresh scent, and it may be used for a number of things.Here are some easy ways to utilize mint:- Place a few fresh spearmint or peppermint sprigs in a teapot with your preferred tea...

Garlic: A Quick Guide

Posted on March 1, 2018 by Chase Demko
Garlic, there's nothing like the smell of garlic.It's great in soups and sauces, roasted with meats or on it's own, and it's wonderful mixed with butter and slathered on bread and then baked.The scientific name for garlic is Allium Sativum.It's related to the lily and the onion.Although associated with the onion, and using a taste that really slightly resembles that of an onion, garlic doesn't bring tears to the eyes when sliced...