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February 12, 2019

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Hint 1: Grate Cold Butter

I haven’t tried this little trick just yet, but I love the idea!

Your stick of butter has to be close to frozen for it to work, and you must work fast to keep it from melting, but the grated butter is perfect for adding to flour before baking biscuits, scones, muffins, etc..

It also makes the butter melt much faster, so if your butter is too cold to spread, consider grating it first and then topping toast, veggies, or a baked potato!


Hint 2: Taste It Before You Make It

Taste Meatloaf, Meatball, and Sausage Mixtures Before You Shape Them

There might be worse things than spending the time to make a full-blown meatloaf only to discover that it doesn't have enough salt in it, but I can't think of any off hand.

Here's the trick: when making meatloaf, sausage, or meatballs, take a small chunk of your mixture and fry it in a skillet (or even faster, microwave it for 10 to 15 seconds) and taste.

Adjust seasoning levels in the mixture accordingly.


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'Go Green' Hint: Bring Your Own Shopping Bags

Instead of answering the obligatory question, "Plastic or paper?" why not invest in some reusable canvas bags?

The key to this, I've found, is keeping the bags in your car. Once you've unpacked your groceries, leave the empty bags by your front door and the next time you go to your car, take them with you.

Even if you opt for the plastic or paper grocery bags, you can still bring them with you on your next trip for reuse.