So we have all dealt with this problem. My fish or poultry is in the oven and is it fully cooked. We can’t eat it if it’s under cooked and if I overcook it, it’s dry ruined. Well there’s a simple way to prevent overcooking it in the oven, aluminum foil.
I have only tried this with fillets, breasts, and thighs but I’ll experiment with it more later on.
Just place the fish or poultry on a flat sheet of aluminum foil.
Season as preferred.
Add a tablespoon of liquid.
Wrap completely in aluminum foil. ... read more »
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So you have made your broth but you only need a little bit of it right now so how do you store it until it’s needed. You can store it in jars and can it or you can freeze it. The best way to freeze it is with a cupcake pan.
I recommend measuring the volume of each cup for proceeding. Each cup has a volume of 1/3 cup for my pan.
Fill each cup with your broth and freeze it. You use it similar to an ice cube tray.
After it is frozen remove the blocks and place in a plastic bag or container until neede... read more »
Since June 2014, the average oil price went down from 110 dollars to less than 50 dollars per barrel. This news would have not caught my attention if I was not observing the same trend with the exchange rate between Norwegian kroner and Philippine peso, given that I started sending money for my family at the same period of time. So I asked myself how does the current situation affect us OFW's (Overseas Filipino Workers) working in oil exporting countries (primarily from the Middle East, Norway, Canada et... read more »
So one great way to save money on groceries is to buy in bulk when a certain protein goes on sale. To prevent it from going bad we freeze it. But then the problem of freezer burn, meat sticking together and other problems arise. Well, there are ways to avoid this problem.
In this case I am separating out chicken thighs.
Start out by sorting out how much meat you are going to need. In this case it will be 2 thighs per package. I usually cook 2 at a time, one of me, the other for my husband.
Then wr... read more »
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At one point or another we have all come up with some saying or idea that we believe should be on a t-shirt, pillow etc. A lot of us also have creative hobbies such as poetry, photography and painting. Well did you know you could make some money off of those ideas.
Zazzle is a website where you can design your own t-shirts, mugs, mousepads etc. You design the product, market it, and Zazzle takes care of the printing, shipping, money collecting etc. They pay you. You are practically starting your own bu... read more »
Do you get anxious when you have to pay bills or deal with money? Perhaps you dread or simply avoid balancing your checkbook or looking at your books or bank account? Maybe you were told that money doesnt grow on trees and acquiring wealth requires great sacrifice and struggle. Or that its not spiritual and only greedy people think about
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We all love our pets and we want the best for them. We spend fortunes on food, toys, treats and other things for our pets. However there is a way we can save a lot of money on toys and treats. Consider buying them out of season.
We often see holiday themed dog and cat toys and treats. They are in the shape of pumpkins, candy canes, hearts, etc. After the holiday ends the toys go on clearance. They start off as low as 25% off. This is a perfect opportunity... read more »
I guess it was just a coincidence but it happens to me two consecutive Saturdays. January 17th at around eight in the morning I deposited some money using the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) after my work shift. The saving account is a payroll account where we get our salary 15th and 30th of the month. Whenever I made transactions over an ATM, I made sure I get a receipt. I did not suspect something was amiss, as the machine accepted my deposit. After few seconds the tray where I put my money in, opened w... read more »