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  • Top 5 Tips for Winterizing Your Home

    February 9, 2016
    Winter is among us and so is the biting weather. Don’t let the cold catch you off guard; prepare for the frigid forecasts with these easy-to-follow household tips. Give your home some tender, loving care as we enter the Valentine’s Day weekend, and you won’t regret it when the thermometer dips! Turn Your Ceiling Fan Clockwise Use your ceiling fan around the clock by reversing it to run clockwise ...
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  • Recipes for the Big Game

    February 5, 2016
    Are you excited to have friends and family over for the Big Game? You had better be prepared with everyone’s favorite snacks so you can enjoy cheering on your favorite team to the fullest! The following five game day recipes are sure to be a hit. Just remember to make sure your refrigerator, oven and stove are in good working order before game day arrives. If any of these needs attention, schedule ...
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  • Identifying Washer Issues Early

    February 2, 2016
    The average American family runs nearly 300 loads of laundry through the washer every year. You probably take this appliance for granted – that is, until something goes wrong. With so much wear and tear on your washer, it’s bound to act up after a few years and more than a thousand loads of laundry. Keep an eye and an ear on your washer to identify and repair issues early so you can avoid the need ...
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  • Kitchen Maintenance and Upkeep

    January 25, 2016
    The New Year is a time many people rethink their habits and revitalize their lives. Could your kitchen use a little revitalization as well? In light of new beginnings that inspire people at the start of a new year, now could be the perfect time refresh your kitchen and make it feel up-to-date. Even if you can’t afford a complete renovation, you can breathe new life into your outdated kitchen with ...
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  • Dryer Maintenance Cleaning

    January 19, 2016
    Your Dryer: Keep An Eye On Safety The dryer is among the most dangerous appliances in your home. Failure to clean and maintain the dryer is a leading cause of fire. In fact, one out of every 22 house fires is caused by a dirty, neglected dryer. In 2010, this amounted to nearly 17,000 fires, resulting in 51 civilian deaths, 380 civilian injuries and $236 million in property damage. These numbers ...
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  • Healthy Eating - Part 2

    January 15, 2016
    Healthy Recipe Example An example of a healthy recipe is cabbage soup with brown rice, posted by Curves International, the world’s largest fitness franchise for women. Check out more info on the full Curves recipe by clicking here. Below is a summary of their information: https://www.curves.com/article-detail/recipes/recipe-cabbage-soup-with-brown-rice Recipe: Cabbage Soup with Brown Rice ...
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  • Healthy Cooking in 2016 - Part 1

    January 8, 2016
    Does one of your New Year’s resolutions include healthier eating? One of the best ways to turn over a new nutritional leaf is to start cooking more at home. While there are healthy options when you eat out, cooking at home lets you control which ingredients go into your meals. So, what kind of recipes should you look for while planning to boost your health? The Mayo Clinic says the three best ways ...
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  • Black-Eyed Peas' Perfect Companion: Green Bean Casserole with a Twist

    December 30, 2015
    Our intern Alex simply loves green bean casserole. He requests it as a main dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year’s Day meal! He shared his secret twist on this classic recipe with us, and claims it’s the perfect pair for your good luck-filled, black-eyed peas! During the holidays, you may feel pressure to find a new and exotic dish you can share with your family this year. Why not ...
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  • From My Kitchen to Yours - Cookies for Santa

    December 24, 2015
    By Alex Woodby One of the many traditions during Christmas time is setting out milk and cookies for Santa. Have you thought about what cookies to make this year for Christmas? Here are a few of my favorite seasonal cookies! These treats are great for kids to make with their parents, while also making special, holiday memories. Sugar Cookies 2 3/4 cups of flour 2 teaspoons of cream of tarter 1 ...
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  • Favorite Holiday Treats

    December 18, 2015
    The holidays bring to mind treats of all kinds… from sugar plums to candy canes! I know Santa loves his cookies and milk, but one of the best treats that I’ve had is a peppermint ice cream cake. Peppermint is a taste that is common during the holiday season. What better way then to make a cake out of it? This is also a perfect dessert to make when expecting company because it’s easy to make and ...
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  • Reheating Holiday Leftovers

    December 8, 2015
    One of the best parts about the holidays is enjoying the leftovers for several days afterward. You put so much effort into cooking the turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, pie and more; it’s a shame to only enjoy it for one night. To ensure your leftovers taste just as good as they did fresh out of the oven during Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza and other celebrations, follow these leftover ...
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  • Vinegar – Your Kitchen’s Best Friend

    December 1, 2015
    Vinegar is a well-loved ingredient in recipes ranging from salad dressings, to marinades to dessert ingredients. But did you know that vinegar is a stable for household chores as well? We uncovered so many life hacks for vinegar that we’ve decided it just might be your kitchen’s best friend. You Can Use Vinegar to: Remove Sticky Residues Has holiday cooking left you with mysterious gooey ...
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  • Upcycle Holiday Leftovers

    November 24, 2015
    By Alex Woodby Your family is traveling in from across the country, and you’re preparing an amazing Thanksgiving feast! With happy faces, delicious dishes and memories in the making, there’s so very much for which to be thankful. And after the plates are cleared and the tummies full, are you ever left wondering what to do with all the leftovers? The good news, you don’t need to throw them away or ...
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  • Who Knew What You Could Do With the Microwave?

    November 18, 2015
    Many of us just use microwaves for reheating food or your cold coffee for the third time. But did you know that there are many other things you can do with your microwave beyond world of just heating? We have gathered a list of easy food recipes to test out in the kitchen, as well as some things you can do to just make your life easier! After all, the microwave became popular due to its quick ...
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  • Dishwasher Loading Tricks

    November 3, 2015
    Ever wish you could squeeze just a few more pieces into your dishwasher? Who wants to load and unload more times than absolutely necessary? Your friends at Mr. Appliance have developed a few tricks and tips that can you save time and money. Start Clean If your dishwasher has not been cleaned recently, it won’t run efficiently. Get a fresh start by running it through the rinse cycle while empty. ...
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  • Traditional Caramel Apples

    October 29, 2015
    By Maggie Saint John The crisp air, cooler temperatures, and festivities make fall a beautiful season. When I was young, fall was always synonymous with family. During one of the busiest months of the year, my parents always encouraged, and required family activities on the weekend. Whether it was visiting a pumpkin patch, doing a hayride, or carving jack-o’-lanterns, weekend activities were ...
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  • Freaky Fridge

    October 26, 2015
    What do you think of when you hear the term holidays? For some it’s a time of celebration and decoration predominately Christmas through New Year. For others it’s a year-round festivity. After all there’s National Hat Day in January; Valentine’s Day in February; Saint Patrick’s Day in March; Easter in April… You get the idea. There’s always a time and place to decorate and celebrate. The novice ...
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  • Cleaning Hacks for the pantry

    October 19, 2015
    If you’re tired of cleaning your home with chemicals, it’s time to try a more natural approach. You don’t need to go out and buy weird ingredients to clean without chemicals; in fact, the top three cleaners are probably already hiding in your fridge or pantry. Here are your kitchen’s top cleaning hacks using lemons, vinegar and baking soda. Cleaning with Lemons Freshen the fridge: Find the culprit ...
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  • Pumpkin Bread

    October 12, 2015
    By Maggie Saint John While growing up, fall time in my home always meant our house was filled with smells of nutmeg, cinnamon and pumpkin. Since I was young, my mom has always made the most delicious, homemade pumpkin bread. Hopping off the bus every Friday afternoon, I ran threw the back door to find my mom in our kitchen and the pumpkin bread in the oven. This is home. This is fall. There are ...
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  • Kitchen Safety

    October 4, 2015
    We all have that family favorite go-to meal that we can make blindfolded with one armed tied behind our back. You know the dish…the one that elicits accolades and praise from the family and sends you into a temporary “I could be the next Rachael Ray” euphoria. But it’s in these exact moments when we trust our culinary know-how and we maybe get a little careless in the kitchen. Think about it. You ...
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  • International Coffee Day

    September 29, 2015
    I’m strong to the finish, ‘cause I eats me Spinach… So, spinach gave Popeye his super powers. What’s the keeper to your powers? If we asked 83 percent of adults in the U.S. before sunrise on any given day, the answer would unequivocally be a steamy, hot cup o’ Joe. But why do so many have such a strong affinity to their morning java? Besides the delightfully alluring, almost spellbinding aroma and ...
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  • Freezing Foods 101

    September 14, 2015
    Some of life’s most thought provoking and deeply philosophical questions are: Is it worse to fail at something or never attempt it in the first place? What is true happiness? What is the difference between living and being alive? And the question that is undeniably the most scratch-your-head perplexing of all…what foods can be put in the freezer? It seems logical that freezing food is the best way ...
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  • Labor Day Safety

    September 4, 2015
    Labor Day is a holiday celebrated in the US on the first Monday in September. The purpose of this federal holiday is to commemorate the American labor movement. That’s the official side of Labor Day, but in reality most associate Labor Day as being summer’s last hoorah. This three-day weekend is a chance for folks to bid farewell to the carefree days of summer and usher in hectic school schedules, ...
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  • Cook Now...Freeze Later

    August 24, 2015
    Don’t you just love coming home after a long, hard day at work and spending hours in the kitchen preparing supper for the family? Of course you don’t. But it’s a reality for a lot of folks. No rest for the weary, right? So, to make things easier we often either call in a to-go order or make a pit stop in the drive-thru lane. Definitely easier and more convenient, but is it worth it in the long ...
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  • Brain Freeze: Frozen Treats

    August 17, 2015
    We’ve all been there. It’s hot outside and nothing sounds better than a nice, frozen treat. You dig in and all of the sudden…sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia. In other words, BRAIN FREEZE! Basically, a brain freeze happens when something super cold touches the warm roof of your mouth. It usually happens when it’s hot and you eat or drink something a bit too fast. Does that mean you’re banned from ...
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