How to Properly Estimate Food for a Party

Whether you are hosting a Dinner Party for 10 or a Graduation Party for 100…you need to know how much food to buy and prepare. Serving your guests is an important part of the party and you want it to go smoothly, not enough food is embarrassing, and too much food means leftovers for days. How […]

How to Dehydrate Apples and How to Use Dry Apples

Learn how to dry apples by yourself in the oven. Use our simple drying apples method and learn 6 recipes with dehydrated apples!

How Does a Dehydrator Work? Exploring How This Gadget Makes Tasty Treats

Learn how a dehydrator works and find out how to dehydrate your food at home with easy steps. Everything you need to know about dehydration.

Top 10 Grilling Tools

Every grill master needs the proper tools to complete his task. We have put together our favorite Top 10 Grilling Tools for you! Insulated Barbecue Mitts  Definitely invest in a couple pairs of these. You’re dealing with a lot of high heat from the grill and nothing ruins the day like 3rd degree burns. Chimney […]

Leftover Hot Dog Buns: 3 ways

No matter how well you plan out the food for a party occasionally you will end up with an over abundance of one thing or another. Everyone has that one ingredient, that one condiment, that one item leftover from the weekend gathering that they always end up with extras. Our’s seems to be buns… hamburger […]

Do You Need a Kalorik Air Fryer? Here’s the Scoop

The taste of deep-fried food feels almost irresistible, but if you want to watch your waistline, you may wish to consider using a Kalorik air fryer. While deep-fried chicken and fresh, crispy fries remain a family favorite and taste like heaven, they don’t prove particularly healthy and may result in the weight pilling on if […]

How to Freeze Herbs

One of the things we love about Summer time are the fresh vegetables and herbs that we pick from the garden. We often freeze zucchini, corn and blueberries to use during the Winter, so we thought it would be great to freeze the herbs that we grew also. Doug tried two different methods, first he […]

Time Saving Kitchen Tips

A few months ago, I had the privilege of reviewing Feast in 15 from Eat at Home. Tiffany also wrote a guest post sharing several of her Time Saving Kitchen Tips, I loved her tips and thought you would too. Time Saving Kitchen Tips: Measure a tablespoon and teaspoon into the palm of your hand. Now […]

How to Freeze Hamburger

Sometimes life just gets away from us, time speeds by and we forget to take the meat out of the freezer. I know, it happens to me all the time. A little shortcut that I learned years ago, is to cook and freeze hamburgers. Cook the hamburger or ground beef in a skillet like you […]

Stocking the Freezer

Although we don’t have a garden this year, we have had our fair share of fresh vegetables and fruit. I think the folks at the Farmers Market are beginning to recognize us. Going to the market to get inspired by the variety of fresh fruit and veggies has become one of Doug and my favorite […]

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