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  • Debbie Paneque-Applegate

    12 Clever Uses for Common Kitchen Items - Page 9 of 13 - Coupon Connections

  • Heather Hoagland

    Freeze individual servings of pasta sauces and defrost only what you need.

  • Lauren

    On yesterday's Food Wrap, "Great Eats on the Cheap" Nikki suggested a great way to add flavor to your food while also preserving it in order to save money. Here is more on that.

  • Christy Queener

    Homemade Baby Food {Guest Post} - The Humbled Homemaker

  • Prissy Pathania

    Make seeds balls and let the kids plant their garden

  • Jessica Honeycutt

    Simple Ingredients To Bring Your Meal To The Next Level-Why it’s a taste booster: Pesto is an incredibly versatile sauce, packed with garlic, basil, and olive oil that’s super easy to prepare. Fun tip: Make a large batch and freeze in ice trays to get the perfect amount whenever you need it. Best ways to enjoy: -Use as a salad dressing -Mix in a pasta dish

  • Nita Hollander

    Why Ice Cube Trays Are a Cook’s Best Friend

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Flowers in ice cubes, pretty idea. If you can, jiggle the ice cube tray periodicity to disperse air bubbles, besides the usual clear cube tricks.

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