Category Archives: Cooking

Kitchen Herb Garden

Kitchen Herb Garden by Dori Fritzinger If you love using herbs as much as I do, you will probably agree that fresh-picked herbs always taste better than store-bought ones. If you have available yard or garden space, you can plant a kitchen herb garden. Herbs are easy to grow, don’t need a lot of space, […]

Using Leftover Vegetables

Using Leftover Vegetables Keep a large cool whip (Or whatever you have) container in your freezer, as you clean up from each meal , put the bits of veggie, rice or pasta into the container.  Mark it Soup Fixings, use it when you are making a stew or soup, there is no need to cook […]

Lunch Tips for School Days

Lunch Tips for School Days By Tawra Kellam It’s that wonderful time of year that lightens your heart and fills your soul with peace & tranquility. No, I’m not talking about Christmas! I’m talking about school starting!! Yes! Yes! Yes!  It’s a bitter sweet time for most moms. Bitter because you’re back to hectic mornings, […]

Making Water For a Humidifier

Making Water For a Humidifier Q. I love your newsletter and was wondering if anyone knew of a way to make "homemade" distilled water from tap water.  Possibly boil, then strain through a coffee filter?  We have hard water and must use distilled in our humidifier.  Any hints will be appreciated!  Thanks, LCR LCR needs […]

Warm Weather Food Safety

Warm Weather Food Safety by Dori Fritzinger Summer is often associated with cookouts, picnics and other outdoor meals. But the combination of warm weather and leaving food out at room temperature can cause serious food safety concerns.  It’s not always possible to see, taste or smell dangerous bacteria. Each year, many people will become the […]
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