Grocery Tips: How to Pick Great Produce

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Grocery Tips: Signs Of Great Produce We all know that fruits and vegetables are essential parts of a healthy diet. The vitamins and nutrients from them helps make the body stronger and can boost the immune system. Each fruit and vegetable has its own natural properties that are beneficial. For instance, a tomato has antioxidant […]

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20 Animated Movies Vying For Oscar Gold

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You know awards season is in full swing when we start receiving lists of movies that will be eligible for an Academy award®. Variety reports that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the 20 animated feature films that will be vying for the golden statue during the 87th annual ceremony — scheduled to […]

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15 HOT Facts You Didn’t Know About Chillies

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January 16th in International Hot & Spicy Day. So today we decided to add a little spice to your general knowledge about Chillies! 1. Archaeological evidence suggests that people have been using hot spices in their recipes for over 6000 years. Did you know that the hottest chili pepper in the world is the Naga Jolokia? Also […]

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Recall Alert: Check your Gala & Granny Smith Apples

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Recall Alert There was a recall announced by the FDA this week on Gala & Granny Smith Apples processed by Bidart Bros.  The alert doesn’t mention what states are involved.  They are also recalling any apple products such as caramel apples that may have been produced by Bidart Bros.  You can read the press release […]

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20 Tips to Make Winters Easier to Live With

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While the showy white winter may look pretty as a picture, I personally prefer the sun! The flu, the roads, the storms, the confinement in your home…ah! I miss the picnics and the summer dresses. That said, there are certainly a few things that we absolutely loathe about winter that can be made bearable at […]

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25 Movies You Should See In 2015

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The year 2015 is shaping up to be one of the biggest in Hollywood history. From big-budget sequels like ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ and ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ to original concepts like ‘Jupiter Ascending’ and Pixar’s ‘The Good Dinosaur,’ here is a breakdown of all the films in the order of release that you […]

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12 Fantastic Uses for Household Items You Never Thought Of

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Your home has a ton of stuff that work overtime and you may not even realize. Now wait before you throw them away and check out 12 unbelievably creative ways to make those items all the more useful. 1. Got kids at home who love to scribble your walls with their crayons? Don’t be beat! […]

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Sending Expired Coupons to Overseas Military

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Sending Expired Coupons to Overseas Military Oh my goodness.. Do you have a ton of expired coupons that are just going to the trash?    If you are willing, you can sponsor an overseas Military family and send your expired  coupons to them. Please consider sponsoring a family if you are throwing out coupons each […]

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12 Things That Will Be Less Expensive in 2015

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Falling gas prices and an end to tarrifs on Chinese imports will affect prices on everything from food to electronics. The Great Recession may have technically ended over five years ago, but that’s probably a surprise to millions of Americans still worrying about their budgets. 1. Gas Prices According to the government’s Energy Information Administration, gas prices […]

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14 Things That Will Be More Expensive in 2015

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Love bourbon, bacon, and chocolate? Too bad. Those are just a few of the things you can expect to pay more for next year. Take heart, there’s some good news, too. In spite of the earthquake in Napa Valley this August, wine prices aren’t likely to increase. Also, national average gas prices have actually fallen every day since the […]

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Clarifying the Lipton Tea Coupon Usage

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There have been a few questions on using the Lipton Tea Coupons on the single bottles of Lipton Bottled Tea.    Please note, this post is for those of you who asked and rather than comment individually, I think its best just to write it out for everyone. These new Lipton Tea Coupons,  are intended […]

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Kraft Cheese Recall – Check Your Fridge

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Kraft Cheese Recall There has been Kraft Cheese Recall.  You will want to check the Kraft Cheese Singles that are in your fridge and then check here for the details on the recall. Kraft says in a statement that anyone who bought the cheese should not eat it. It should be returned to the store […]

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What’s On Sale in August

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What’s On Sale In August Are you looking for a bargain this month? Here are some of the items you can expect to find on sale in the month of August! Food:  Fruits and vegetables that you can find in season Fruits: Peaches,Plums,Raspberries,Strawberries,Tomatoes,Blackberries,Blueberries Cantaloupe,Cherries,Figs,Grapes, Mangoes,Melons,Nectarines Vegetables: Garlic,Green beans,Green onions,Okra,Onions,Peas,Potatoes,Radishes,Scallions,Shallots,Summer squash, Zucchini,Avocados,Basil,Bell Peppers,Beets,Cilantro,Corn,Cucumbers,Eggplant. Back To School Supplies […]

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Barnes & Nobles Summer Reading Program 2014

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Barnes & Noble Kids Summer Reading Program Kids can earn a free book with The Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program. To earn your free book, read any eight books this summer and record them in the Barnes & Noble Journal. Bring the completed journal to a Barns & Noble Store between May 2oth  and […]

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How To Coupon At CVS

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What is the CVS coupon policy? Here is the CVS Coupon Policy! What are Extra Care Bucks (ECBs)? ECBs are rewards that you get for: buying a qualifying item spending a certain amount in the store during a quarter of the year spending a certain amount of money on certain items (like beauty items). They […]

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