These semi-handmade reindeer aprons are perfect for cookie decorating parties, holiday gifts, and all of your holiday baking at home.
In The Kitchen
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These freezer hacks and tips will have you better prepared for meal planning and throwing out less fresh herbs and produce.
Do the 7-Day switch up challenge to compare Viva paper towels with your current brand.
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Ever thought about cooking with bacon grease, storing it, or wondering how to clean it off the stove? These tips are all you need.
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This sombrero paper hat craft will keep the flies off your guacamole and salsa during your Cinco de Mayo party.
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Make a family recipe book of your favorite meals that can be passed down through generations with this easy tutorial.
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Have you ever done a comparison shop to see how your local store brand stacks up against national brands? The cost is generally significantly less when purchasing store brands, but does the taste measure up?
I created a breakfast bagel comparing First Street products (from Smart & Final) with national brand products and I'm going to share my thoughts on the taste and cost.
In November I bought a ton of herb plants. I then went to Australia for a month and had forgotten to plant them so the pots sat by my front gate, just within reach of the sprinklers. And then I came home and still forgot to plant them. Every day as I walk up to my front door I would see those pots sitting there and plant after plant was slowly dying and every day I would tell myself that tomorrow I would finally plant what was still left. It's been 5 months since I purchased those pots of herbs. The only thing that was still thriving was the rosemary. I realized I was never going to get around to planting them, so I decided not to let them die like the rest of the herbs and I would freeze what was still there.
Freezing herbs is actually quite simple to do and the perfect way to store leftover herbs that you've purchased. I used to freeze them in water, but then realized I could really only use those in soups or stews. However by freezing them in olive oil, you can throw them straight into the pan for cooking meats, vegetables, or making a stir-fry.
As we near the end of 2013, I thought I’d do a round-up of some of the more popular recipes on my…
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Kitchen essential tools for roasting the perfect turkey for the holidays.