Because we only cook a huge Christmas feast once a year, we are often left with a whole bunch of kitchen tools and cooking ingredients we don’t really need. Are they destined for the trash can or a cabinet until next year? Not anymore. We found ways to use five Christmas necessities year round.Read Full Story
For a crispy, delicious side dish that’s also packed with nutrients, consider roasting up a pan of vegetables. Your kids will love the break from plain old steamed veggies, and you’ll be surprised at the rich flavor roasting imparts. Take note, though! You'll probably love the taste so much that once you learn how to roast vegetables the right way, you'll end up making it a habit!Read Full Story
If you’re looking for ways to add flavor to your dishes while saving money at the store, consider making your own chicken stock. By using chicken carcasses and bones along with cuttings from vegetables, you’ll actually be able to make chicken stock by “recycling” discards from your other meals. Not only will you save money, you’ll feel good knowing you aren’t letting any food go to waste.Read Full Story
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