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Small Kitchen Hacks

Coconut milk, wine, and stock- ice cube ‘em Minced ginger, garlic – bag it Tomato paste label not blood Chiles in adobo – for impromptu cashew salsa Citrus juice– ice cube ‘em thaw for dressings Cilantro stems – hello chutney

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Kitchen Hack: The Multitask

An egg for every pot…when you’re boiling grains, throw in a few unpeeled eggs for the last 8 minutes of cook time. Don’t worry: The grains won’t taste eggy and the hardboiled eggs won’t taste grainy

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Financial Planning

Comical Explanation

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Charitable Tax Tips

Get it in writing : Ask for an itemized receipt for any donation of money or goods, even if the amounts to less than the IRS $250 threshold. if your noncash donation is worth more than $500, you have to … Continue reading

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Baked Goat Cheese Sundried Tomato ravioli

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
? I came across this goodness of ravioli at Trader Joe’s and my spouses asked “Isn’t it cheaper at Costco?” True, it probably was, but I knew I wanted to try this…

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