Across the world, various cultures indulge in foods that are supposed to bring wealth, prosperity and abundance in the New Year. From pork to ring cakes, each tradition has meaning. Want to know what to eat for good luck in 2014? Then read on!
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Thanksgiving is less than a week away, and for many Americans, that means a slight panic is starting to build. Hosting the big day can be intimidating, but don’t worry, my fellow Americans. I’m here to demystify your turkey and help make sure your bird is the belle of the ball.
Whether it’s at a fast food joint or a nice restaurant, eating out is expensive enough for one person. For a family of four, the cost soars to…well…four times the amount. Do you have any idea what this can do to your monthly budget?
If you’re looking for a new pan, look no further than a cast iron skillet. Affordable and durable, this old school pan is a must have for your kitchen.
Looking for a way to expand your existing hobbies without the expense of instructional books or leaving the house? Check out these YouTube videos that will help you out!
If you want to eat meals, like roasts, that take hours to cook on a weeknight, you need to buy a pressure cooker for your kitchen. Not only can you cook wicked fast and healthy weeknight dinners, but you can also make soups, sauces, or stocks faster and you can safely can them to store.
Some of those little spice bottles are expensive! Preserving herbs doesn’t take a lot of investment or time really, so why not try it out?
Without a doubt, cooking cheaper meals will help lower your grocery bill. Here are some tips for cooking cheaper dishes, and spending less money when you’re “eating in.”
Cooking in a slow cooker takes the hassle out of dinner, especially for those gone all day. Stop underestimating your slow cooker and start making great meals.
Growing your own fresh produce not only provides you and your family with naturally grown vegetables and fruits, but it also gives most people a sense of pride knowing where their food came from and that they grew it themselves. Starting a window garden is an inexpensive way to provide fresh herbs and lettuce, a creative way to reuse objects around your house and save a little money — and it’s a fun family activity.