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Table syrup vs. Maple syrup. What's the difference? A lot, actually. Fortunately, in Canada, maple syrup is not too hard to come by - it's more expensive than table syrup, but at least it's produced domestically (and stockpiled for the entire year in a storage facility in Quebec - I kid you not!). Me, I'm picky enough to insist that mine is Canadian as well, but the maple syrups out of New England are also good. But anyway, just a reminder: if you want actual maple syrup, READ THE LABELS!

ginger syrup in mixed drinks or desserts

Spraying Pans… without the Mess! - at TheFrugalGirls.com {I love this simple little kitchen tip!} + MORE kitchen tips and tricks!

Reviving Crystallized Honey Try this trick to bring honey back to a luscious, drizzly state: Place the container in a bowl of hot water until the honey is smooth and runny, 5 to 10 minutes. (Alternatively, remove the lid, then microwave the jar in 30-second intervals.) To prevent crystals from forming again, store the honey in a cool, dry place (not the refrigerator) and avoid introducing moisture. So no double-dipping once your spoon hits your tea.

Keep your strawberries fresher longer with these simple tips and tricks.

Great tip when you run out of corn syrup and do not want to spend money to buy more.

What Does a Real Foodie Buy at…Aldi & Save-a-Lot? | Kitchen Stewardship | A Baby Steps Approach to Balanced Nutrition

Learning how to store fresh produce properly is essential if you want to avoid throwing away wilted lettuce and moldy berries. Here are five tips that will help you to keep your fruit and veggie supply fresh until you’re ready to eat it. | Real Food Real Deals

DIY Produce Rinse - A simple solution that eliminates 98% of bacteria on produce. Used by Cooks Illustrated Kitchens.