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Strawberry Saver

I love strawberries and loved reading a tip about how to keep them from going bad so quickly—separating them from one another. That’s easier said than done in a full fridge. But, I came up with the perfect solution: egg cartons! Each berry has its own little compartment so they stay fresh much longer! Rosemary […]

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Cheaper Veggie Noodles

I love using spiralized vegetables in place of noodles in recipes. Usually, I buy the frozen zucchini noodles (sometimes called “zoodles”), but recently my store stopped selling them! Determined to find a way to continue using veggies as noodles, I scoured the Internet. To my surprise, I discovered I didn’t need to go out and […]

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Make Your Own Coffee Mix

I was a tea drinker, not a coffee drinker…until my husband pointed out that when he ordered coffee on our date nights, he got free refills for as long as he wanted them.  I got one refill of water for my used tea bag.  He taught me to drink coffee by giving me flavored instant […]

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Squash Scooper

An ice cream scoop is an easy way to remove cooked squash from the skin of butternut, acorn, hubbard, kabocha, buttercup, pumpkin etc.

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An Easy Way to Squeeze Out Liquid

If a recipe calls for cooked shredded zucchini, yellow squash or frozen spinach with the water squeezed out, you no longer need to waste paper towels, kitchen towels or cheesecloth which makes a mess. Use a potato ricer instead. Put the cooked squash or thawed spinach in the potato ricer, clamp down the top and […]

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Lend an Ear

Take advantage of that great sale on corn! Freeze it, husks and all, in a cotton pillowcase. (It doesn’t have to be 100% cotton) The cotton fabric will insulate the corn and keep it from spoiling. Put the corn in the pillowcase and fold the top edge over to enclose the ears. It will stay […]

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Popcorn Palooza

You can swap out expensive and unhealthy microwave popcorn by making your own version very easily. All you have to do is add a quarter cup of kernels (no oil required) to a brown paper bag and fold the top over. Pop for two minutes or use your microwave’s preset popcorn button. You’ll have a […]

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Bone Up on Butchering

I like skinless, boneless chicken thighs, which are much more expensive than thighs with the skin and bone. I learned how to debone the thighs many years ago from a women’s magazine. Today, it is much easier to learn from YouTube videos (here is a great one), and it is quick work. Your only investment […]