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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Exclusive Feast On FiOS Giveaway

I am so excited to share my biggest giveaway to date with you and it is exclusive to My Red Apron readers. Verizon FiOS is sponsoring the FiOS Foodie Pack which includes


  • $25 gift card to Williams-Sonoma (woot! great stuff here)




This package is in honor of FiOS and its foodie features, which can help make cooking easier this holiday season:

  • Spend less time waiting for a recipe or tip to load and more time actually trying it with blazing fast download and upload speeds from FiOS.
  • Just watched a neat cooking segment in the living room? Use the Multi-room DVR to record it and play it in the kitchen when you’re ready to give the recipe a shot.
  • Get a front row ticket to any Food Network show with super-crisp high-definition picture quality.
Now it is time to have some fun and leave comments!
  1. Leave a comment about your favorite cooking tip
  2. Follow via google
  3. Follow via RSS
  4. Follow via Twitter
  5. Tweet & link (1x daily)
  6. Blog this giveaway (5 entries leave separate numbered comments with a link)
Contest will end 12/21.  Good luck with your entries!

636 comments:

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Devildogwife said...

My favorite cooking tip is to do the prep work ahead of time. Dice up lots of onions and peppers ahead of time and freeze them. If you use certain spices together all of the time, make your own seasoning mix.

Confessions of an Overworked Mom said...

My cooking tip: When cooking pasta, bring the pasta to a boil, cover with a tight fitting lid and turn off the burner. Let sit for the amount of time it says to cook on the box & the pasta will be done.

Devildogwife said...

I'm a foodie and this prize pack sounds fabulous. I'm a google follower. Thanks!

Devildogwife said...

I follow via rss feed. Thank you for the great giveaway!

Cher said...

My tip is to clean as you cook. So while I am waiting for water to boil or the oven to pre-heat, I am constantly loading the dishwasher or washing dishes so when I am done eating, I don't have a kitchen disaster!

Cher said...

Follower!

Cher said...

Twitter Follower. @mamasmoney

Melanie said...

My cooking tip? Encourage your husband to cook as much as possible! (Hey, it works for me!) Great giveaway! thanks for the chance!

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

My cooking tip is to plan your menu ahead of time. I try to plan 2 to 4 weeks at a time. It alleviates extra trips to the store and that horrible sinking pit in your stomach when you are halfway through cooking dinner and you realiaze you are out of a key ingredient!

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

I'm a google follower.

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

I blogged (1)

www.simplifiedsaving.com

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

I blogged (3)

http://simplifiedsaving.blogspot.com/2009/12/great-giveaway-at-my-red-apron.html

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

I blogged (4)

http://simplifiedsaving.blogspot.com/2009/12/great-giveaway-at-my-red-apron.html

TX_Jen34 said...

I can't cook so my cooking tip is to have a good microwave!!

TX_Jen34 said...

I follow your blog.
Jennifer G

Lisa said...

Ok, my first cooking tip is to order out whenever possible. LOL. I'm not really that great of a cook.
My second tip would be to learn how to make a few things really well, so you always have a sure bet when you're called on to make something. People know if we're having a potluck, I'll bring dessert. I know how to make good cookies, bonbons, and cakes, and that's about it.

Christi said...

fav tip....good knives are all the difference. invest!

Lisa said...

Following on Twitter, as 27lisa27.

Christi said...

I follow on google

Christi said...

and rss

Christi said...

and twitter

mar said...

My favorite cookie tip is that I buy candy that is on sale. I break up the pieces and add them to my chocolate chip cookie recipes!

nightowl said...

My tip is to make sure you have the proper cooking tools, pans, etc. that you need for what it is you are going to make. Saves time and saves lots of frustration.

nightowl said...
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nightowl said...

Follow via Google Friend Connect.

nightowl said...

Follow through RSS Feed via Google Reader.

nightowl said...

Follow you on twitter
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Marla said...

my tip is to try and keep on top of the dirty dishes when cooking.

YouthfulTips said...

My cooking tip is to use 1/4 a teaspoon of olive oil on cooked noodles after cooking to prevent sticking. staying_younger@yahoo.com Thanks!

YouthfulTips said...

I follow staying_younger@yahoo.com

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I subscribe staying_younger@yahoo.com

YouthfulTips said...

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YouthfulTips said...

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YouthfulTips said...

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Mysharona said...

make extras when cooking, freeze em, and use em for meals later.

sweepmom said...

My favorite cooking tip, keep it simple. Many recipes that require under 4-5 ingredients are extremely tasty as well as quick to prepare. Also, I keep some cooked diced chicken in the freezer for quick meals.

Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

Good Morning~
I followed you here from Mama Buzz. Please add count me in. What a grand prize. I will blog about it also for 5 more chances.
You have a Merry CHRISTmas~
I am going to look around here for a bit!
Christmas Wishes~
Carrie~

Amee and Renae said...

Cooking Tip: Clean up your mess as you cook! I keep an empty box or bag (whatever ingredients packaging I am cooking with) on the counter. Whenever I have trash, I put it in the empty container. This cuts down on clutter all over the counter or running to the trash can every couple of minutes!
renaelyn at embarqmail dot com

Amee and Renae said...

Following on twitter as @madamedeals
renaelyn at embarqmail dot com

Amee and Renae said...

Tweet! You will see it as @madamedeals
renaelyn at embarqmail dot com

peg42 said...

My favorite cooking tip is to have all your ingredients lined up and ready before you start to cook. Also, clean as you go too.
Thanks so much and Happy Holidays.

peg42 said...

I'm a subscriber

peg42 said...

I'm a follower

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

I'm a big fan of clean as you go and always add a drop of oil to the noodle water! LOL Please enter me too, thanks!

Pam said...

My cooking tip is to always have roasted garlic on hand-itinstantly dresses up any entree, salad dressing, or bread.

buzzd said...

I always have seasoning nearby like monterey chicken etc to add more flavor to meals

cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com My fave cooking tip is to chop onions and green peppers and freeze in freezer bags, so when you are short on cooking time, you have the convenience of having the chopped food all ready to use.

cdziuba said...

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cdziuba said...

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Stephanie said...

My favorite cooking tip: cut brownies with a (heavy duty) plastic knife! No more brownie gunk!

This package looks soo fun! I've seen that cooking game and thinking it would be really fun! (Not that the Flip and $25 gift card won't be appreciated, either!) ;-)

Thanks for the chance!

cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com BLOGGED

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cdziuba said...

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cdziuba said...

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entry 3

cdziuba said...

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entry 4

Stephanie said...

Blogged: http://giveawayreport.blogspot.com/2009/12/fios-foodie-pack.html

Stephanie said...

Subscribed to your feed via Google Reader :-)

cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com BLOGGED

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entry 5

denise said...

I try to keep it simple. Too many spices confuse the taste.

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denise said...

I follow as wiscmom24 on Twitter.

denise_22315 at yahoo dot com

denise said...

I tweeted.

http://twitter.com/wiscmom24/status/6764564941

denise_22315 at yahoo dot com

melanie said...

maybe everyone knows this already and i am just the last one to figure it out, but i add a little chicken broth to the skillet when i am cooking chicken for casseroles to keep it from drying out too much.

melanie(dot)myatt(at)gmail(dot)com

Tracey said...

My favorite cooking tip: let someone else do the cooking.
traymona[at]aol.com

melanie said...

i follow you on twitter (@mmmyatt)

melanie said...

i subscribe to your blog through google reader...

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mogrill said...

Mine is use the butter wrappers to grease baking sheets. I keep them in a baggie in the fridge. Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

Marybeth said...

always get out all your ingredients before getting started! babygoodbuys@gmail.com

Marybeth said...

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Marybeth said...

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Marybeth said...

following you on twitter @babygoodbuys
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Charity said...

My favorite tip is to add Garlic to lots of things. It adds so much flavor!!! Please enter me. Thanks!!
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Happi Shopr said...

My favorite cooking tip is to clean as you go so there's less mess to deal with after you're nice and full. trinitygd at yahoo dot com

Charity said...

I am a blog follower:)

Charity said...

And an email subscriber:)

MoziEsmé said...

Start with a clean kitchen, a sink of soapy water, and clean as I go. I HATE cooking in a messy environment - and it's even worse when I'm all tired out from cooking and have a huge mess staring at me - it takes all the fun out of it.

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

MoziEsmé said...

I'm a Google Friend follower.

Janemaritz at yahoo dot com

MoziEsmé said...

And following on twitter: moziesme

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Jennifer T. said...

My cooking tip is to freeze basil leaves when you have boatloads from the summer growing season. Then, throw some on homemade pizza and in soups for an instant fresh taste.

Jennifer T. said...

I follow through Google Friend Connect.

AshleyOhio said...

I use fiber one bran cereal in the food processor with italian seasoning to make bread crumbs and use them to coat chicken breast and other items for a low fat alternative to "fried foods"

AshleyOhio said...

follow via google

AshleyOhio said...

follow via twitter @schiffam21

polly said...

you have to be organized.....it helps!
polly
cherubpk@aol.com

Penny said...

I blogged about the contest:

http://notnewtoautism.blogspot.com/2009/12/giveaway-at-my-red-apron.html

Rachel R. said...

Cooking tip: egg slicers make quick work of slicing strawberries or black olives, too.

Erin said...

Following you on Twitter!

Erin said...

Cooking tip: Freezing leftover chicken of beef broth in ice cube trays to use later!

Erin said...

Tweeted about it!

http://twitter.com/elmusic4kids/status/6768760982

kdkdkd said...

My best tip is to do all the prep work - cutting, measuring, etc... before you start cooking so you are not distracted and can do everything when it needs to be done

kdkdkd said...

following on twitter - kdkdkd

kdkdkd said...

tweet http://twitter.com/kdkdkd/status/6769295000

monky said...

Clean up as you go along

:) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

silver357 said...

Favorite cooking tip: When making a skillet-grilled ham & cheese sandwich, try including a thin slice of raw red onion. It gives a delicious tang to the sandwich.

silver357 said...

following on twitter as aaw234.

silver357 said...

Another cooking tip: When cooking with eggs, let them warm to room temperature before using. That way their cold temperature doesn't affect the cooking process.

silver357 said...

Premix the dry ingredients separate from the wet ingredients. That way the ingredients mix more thoroughly when combined.

Rachel R. said...

I subscribe to your RSS feed.

My3Sons33 said...

My tip is to find recipes that are both easy AND taste good. I've had so many easy meals that were just - yuck. I am all about easy, but it has to taste good. My friends snatch up all of my recipes for party foods for this reason.

JeanineMB said...

I don't watch Rachael Ray very often, but I love her "garbage bowl" idea. It really does make the clean-up easier -- no messy eggshells and vegetable peels all over my counter.

JeanineMB said...

Following you on Twitter
@TemTraveler

My3Sons33 said...

I am following in google (My3Sons33)

My3Sons33 said...

I am subscribed to RSS feed.

My3Sons33 said...

I follow you on twitter (My3Sons33)

My3Sons33 said...

tweeted http://twitter.com/My3Sons33/status/6769912648

paula michele said...

My tip is to brown up several pounds of ground beef at once. I divide what I'm not using up into 1 lb bags and freeze. They are easy to thaw in the microwave and are a real time-saver.

hafer611{AT}gmail{DOT}com

paula michele said...

I'm a follower.

paula michele said...

I subscriber through Google reader.

paula michele said...

I follow on Twitter- @ksh123

samarcy said...

im following on twitter @samarcy

samarcy said...

ooops i followed first, my tip is i put a pan of water in the oven when i bake cakes, they come out very moist!!!

samarcy said...

i retweeted this giveaway

turboterp said...

My #1 tip is cook with olive oil instead of other fats whenever possible. It's healthier and makes everything taste great! Thanks!

Liz @ Frugally Blonde said...

What a great giveaway! One of my favorite cooking tips that I'm still working on myself is to do some version of once a month cooking - having one big cooking/baking day every so often. It really makes cooking less stressful.

delphiandreams said...

Cooking Tip: More ingredients do not make a better dish. Sometimes simple is beatiful!

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Birdson said...

Fill left over 2 ltr soda bottles with spaghetti then pour out 2 perfect portions @ a time + recycling the bottle birdson@roadrunner.com

Amy's Blah, Blah, Blogging said...

Just today I heard that you don't have to buy buttermilk, you can just use vinegar or lemon juice instead. Good to know!

Lisa P@www.isitmondayalready.com said...

favorite cooking tip, for the perfect hard boiled eggs only boil for 1 minute then turn off and cover pot until water is completely cooled!

Whitney said...

My favorite tip is to clean up as you go- I cannot stand to have a sink full of dishes when I'm finished. That way you also have more room to cook and a clean area!

Whitney said...

follow on google

Whitney said...

follow on twitter- whitlump

Whitney said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/whitlump/status/6787398713

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

I blogged (2)

http://simplifiedsaving.blogspot.com/2009/12/great-giveaway-at-my-red-apron.html

I'm not sure how I didn't manage to post #2 and #5 earlier, but I didn't so hear it is...

Lisa @ Simplified Saving said...

I blogged (5)

http://simplifiedsaving.blogspot.com/2009/12/great-giveaway-at-my-red-apron.html

I'm not sure how I didn't manage to post #2 and #5 earlier, but I didn't so hear it is...

Jeanie said...

Such an awesome giveaway!
My favorite tip is to clean up as you go. I hate when I finish cooking and the kitchen is a huge mess.

marybelle said...

My favorite cooking tip: eat what is in season. It is tastier & cheaper. I can turn the ordinary into extraordinary with local, fresh market produce.

marypres@gmail.com

My3Sons33 said...

tweet http://www.twitter.com/My3Sons33/status/6791897717

calvad said...

My cooking tip would be to know what you are making ahead of time and prepping for it.

Heather! said...

This is sort of post-cooking tip, for storing leftovers. I always spray Pam (or other non-stick spray) in my plastic containers before filling them with leftovers, particularly those made with tomato sauce. It keeps the food from staining the plastic.
h4schaffer at gmail dot com

Heather! said...

I'm following on Google Connect!
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Heather! said...

I'm following on Twitter as hybroanglid.
h4schaffer at gmail dot com

clc408 said...

Parchment paper is a cook's best friend. It eliminates lots of sticking and saves messy cleanups.

Carol W. said...

My best cooking tip is to plan to cook more than one thing at a time. That way you can chop all the onions, garlic, etc. that you need. I just find it to be very efficient, and I have a great sense of accomplishment when I'm done.

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Carol W. said...

I follow with Google Friend Connect.

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Carol W. said...

I subscribe with Google Reader.

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Peter Schott said...

Clean up as you go and do as much prep ahead of time as possible. If you're cooking chicken, cook extra and freeze/cut up. Ditto for ground beef and similar. That way it's ready when you need it.

paschott [at] gmail [dot] com

Carrie said...

My fave cooking tip is to let all ingredients come to room temperature (eggs, milk, etc.) before baking (ok - i guess it's a baking tip). It makes whatever you're baking turn out so much fluffier!

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Carrie said...

I follow via Google Friend Connect

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Carrie said...

I subscribe to your RSS feed

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mike said...

I'd have to ask my wife, but I think her best tip is to always have the basics on hand, then you can make anything. Thanks!
mike.karr at gmail.com

Marina said...

My favorite cooking tip is to wash onions with cold water or leave it in the fridge for about 15 mins before slicing/chopping them...reduces eye watering

Dee said...

I like the clean as you go rule. That way, when you are finished, you aren't overhwhelmed by a huge mess!

Marina said...

I follow on twitter as ebmommy

Shawna said...

My favorite cooking tip is don't turn the heat up too high!

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Shawna said...

I'm following you on Twitter.My Twitter ID is ShawnaMichelle2

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Shawna said...

Tweeted
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Deane said...

I follow on google deanenpr at yahoo.com

Deane said...

I subscribe to your RSS feed
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Deane said...

I follow you on twitter as NoPurchaseReq
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Deane said...

My tip is to refrain from sampling or grazing while you are cooking, those calories and carbs add up quickly.
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Deane said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/NoPurchaseReq/status/6799427596
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Deane said...

#1 entry
I blooged: http://nopurchaserequired.blogspot.com/2009/12/my-red-apron-is-hosting-fios-giveaway.html
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Deane said...

#2 entry
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Deane said...

#3 entry
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Deane said...

#4 entry
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Deane said...

#5 entry
I blogged: http://nopurchaserequired.blogspot.com/2009/12/my-red-apron-is-hosting-fios-giveaway.html
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KowgirlsRule said...

My favorite cooking tip is when you are boiling rice, pasta or potatoes, if you place a wooden spoon across the top of the pot, it will not boil over.

Wehaf said...

My favorite cooking tip is to use a garlic press, although that's really only useful if you use a lot of garlic (like we do).

urchiken at gmail dot com

Lo said...

My favorite (most fun!) cooking tip is that pasta is "al dente" if you throw it against the wall and it sticks! (Learned from my elementary school home ec teacher)

Lo said...

I follow on Twitter (I'm @prizealert)

Alison said...

My favorite cooking tip is to add a dash of salt and olive oil to the pasta pot before bringing the pasta to boil!

Lo said...

Here's my tweet: http://twitter.com/prizealert/status/6803623167

Alison said...

I follow via RSS

Alison said...

I follow via twitter!

Alison said...

I follow via google!

The Glasers said...

My daughter cannot have dairy products, so I substitute canned coconut milk for evaporated milk in recipes that call for it. Between that and making an pie crust out of ground pecans, our pumpkin pie is better than what people typically eat for Thanksgiving!

Snarky A. said...

My favorite cooking tip: Don't forget to wear oven mits when you touch a hot pot! I have plenty of scars to show why this is a good one not to forget!

Snarky A. said...

I follow via Google

Snarky A. said...

I follow on Twitter: Snarky_A

Momnerd said...

One tip that really helps me is to do a big cooking day. I will cook and cube chicken, brown a bunch of hamburger, grate cheese, etc. and then freeze it to use in our different meals during the next weeks. I should do it more often!!

Momnerd said...

I follow via google!

Momnerd said...

I subscribe to your feed!

Momnerd said...

I follow on twitter!

Momnerd said...

I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/momnerd/status/6806574390

shimmala said...

So many awesome cooking tips....I didn't read them all so I don't know if anyone else wrote this yet, but whenever you're measuring something sticky, spray the measuring spoon/cup with Pam first. I have one recipe that calls for a quarter cup of oil and a quarter cup of honey, and I always measure the oil first. Then the honey slips right out...same basic idea!

shimonakatz (at) gmail (dot) com

Whitney said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/whitlump/status/6807861462

Emily B said...

My cooking tip is to use parchment paper... I never used to use it, and now that I've started I can't believe I didn't before. It saves so much time and cleaning when baking.

ebickell at hotmail dot com

Andrea said...

My favorite cooking tip is do not be afraid to try new recipes. Pick up a new cookbook or search the internet for a dish you'd normally not prepare and give it a try. You may surprise yourself!
andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

Andrea said...

I follow via google!
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Andrea said...

I follow via RSS!
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Andrea said...

I follow via twitter!
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Jolynn_Reads said...

In one of my reciepes it asks for chopped tomatos and chopped onions, instead I use salsa it works great.
Jolynn_Reads@yahoo.com

Andrea said...

I tweeted! http://twitter.com/ampaetka/status/6809386588
andreapaetkau at gmail dot com

Jolynn_Reads said...

I follow with google

Jolynn_Reads said...

I follow with RSS feed

Bebemiqui said...

Add noodles to soup that's too salty. After 10 min. take out the noodles and the soup will be less salty.
bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

Sheila said...

I always keep little cans of V-8 juice on hand. I tend to cook big pots of spaghetti, chili, and goulash. When you need to re-heat, sometimes it has dried out a little, so I stir in a can of V-8 to make a little more liquid. I also do this while cooking if I have misjudged the amount of sauce I needed.
Sheila
chiliburger@icehouse.net

pinkveganmiso said...

My favorite cooking tip: to make peeling garlic fast and easy, smash each clove with a glass jar. Then the peel comes off quickly and easily.

pinkveganmiso(at)yahoo(dot)com

Colleen said...

My favorite tip is to make extra and freeze meals for future use. thanks.
cthompson1477@gmail.com

Caren said...

Favorite cooking tip: get a good garlic press and use it to crush real garlic for recipes instead of using garlic powder. Believe me, it makes a huge difference in the final outcome of a recipe.

Katie said...

Get someone to wash up the dishes as you cook -- this is such a lifesaver in a small kitchen like mine!
katiekarr at gmail dot com

DG said...

my favorite cooking tip is to make sure you let the oven preheat properly or the water boil properly before inserting any food. people are too hasty with this and that's why things are sometimes undercooked or burnt!

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DG said...

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DG said...

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DG said...

I subscribe!


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