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Gotta remember this for the summer! Fill pot with water then add a stick of salted butter and 1 cup of milk. Bring to a rapid boil. Put ears of corn in turn heat to low simmer for 5-8 minutes. It will be the best corn on the cob you have ever had !!!

Daddy K's Milk Boiled Corn on the Cob

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27 Ways to Make Your Groceries Last as Long as Possible - Paleo Recipes, Gluten-free Recipes and Grain-free Recipes

Kamut with Carrots,Walnuts, and Raisins

The Good Nutrition: Deviled Avocado Eggs! Mix 1 large avocado with 3 egg yolks, add 1 tsp. cilantro and 3 tsp lime juice, 1 tbsp red onion. Pinch of salt and pepper. top with a dash of chili or paprika.

Broken Jars of Food Make me Cry–Here’s the No-More-Tears Solution! Learn how to freeze in glass jars without breaking them. :: Via Kitchen Stewardship

Restaurant-Style Garlic Mashed Potatoes - Another pinner says: I have perfected the recipe over the years. It really gives them a depth of taste.

How to Quickly Defrost Meat: Our FDA-approved test kitchen trick defrosts meat in minutes (and doesn't involve the microwave). ~America's Test Kitchen

Healthy Toddler Crackers that your kids will love! Make these in place of animal crackers.

October-fest-stew....with Smoked Sausage, Garlic, Potatoes, Lager Beer, Apple Cider Vinegar, and Parsley

Turkey Breast in the Slow Cooker - 4-6 lb turkey breast, 2 cups white wine (or apple juice or chicken broth), onion, 1/4 cup butter, handful of parsley, 1-2 celery stalks, salt and pepper

Refrigerate Without Electricity Take a smaller pot and put it inside of a larger pot. Fill the space in between them with wet sand, and cover the top with a wet cloth. When the water evaporates, it pulls the heat out with it, making the inside cold. It's a natural, cheap, easy to use and even portable refrigerator. So, instead of perishable foods rotting after only three days, they can last up to three weeks using this method.

Dutch Apple Pancake: Also known as a German, or puff, pancake, this pancake puffs up because of the addition of eggs. Enjoy it for breakfast or brunch, garnished with a dusting of confectioners' sugar.