6 Ways To Use Those Apples

6 Ways To Use Up Those Apples

Have you ever been to an apple orchard and picked up more that you can possibly eat before they go bad? Most of us have. However, you could do several things with apples, before they start to turn to mush. With apples being so cheap right now, here is how to take advantage of those…

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Kale and Spinach Pesto Spread Recipe

Spinach and Kale Pesto Recipe | Use As a Spread or Pasta Toss!

As summer winds down, most of us are looking for ways to use up all those wonderful in-season local veggies (even ones you grew in your own garden) and this spinach and kale pesto recipe is a great way to take advantage of the cheap, plentiful and fresh ingredients!  I have made my creamy kale…

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Weekly Coupon Matchups Updated

Grocery Deals and Coupon Matchups Updated | August 30, 2015

Just a reminder to check the grocery and drug store deals and matchups pages for the latest updates! There are plenty of sales cycles that start on Sunday! Most of the sales have already been updated or will be updated in the next day! Make sure that you check out Coupons.com, SmartSource and RedPlum for…

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Pumpki Pie Steel Cut Oatmeal Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Steel Cut Oatmeal

It’s that time of the year again – when we seem to add pumpkin to everything!  I don’t know why most people don’t eat it all year long.  I understand that people think of it as “seasonal” and that made sense when we could only get certain foods at certain times of the year…but those…

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Cold Sesame Noodles With Chicken

Sesame Noodles with Chicken | Delicious Warm or Cold!

My mother makes the most amazing sesame noodles – really better than I have ever tasted in any Chinese restaurant.  It is one of her go-to recipes for parties because everyone goes nuts for it.  It can be served chilled, at room temperature or even warm! The variations are really endless with this dish. I’ve…

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The Best Herbs For Your Fall Garden

The Best Herbs For Your Fall Garden

Fall is in the air and your garden is ready for some cool-loving plants to call their home. Herbs love to be planted in a fall garden before any chance of frost is present. It allows their roots to take hold and reach out for the rich nutrients in the soil. Depending on your climate,…

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