Protecting Your Food from Spoilage: Tips and Tricks Using Ice

11 September 2015
 Categories: Food & Cooking, Blog

There are a few ways food can become spoiled in your home. If refrigerated food is not kept cool, then bacteria can grow in the raw foods and cause people to get sick if it is consumed. Dry goods, such as flour, noodles, and dehydrated vegetables, can become spoiled if they are exposed to oxygen due to poor sealing techniques. If you want to protect your food items so they last longer, use these tips and tricks using ice to help prolong the life of your produce. Read More 

Simple Secrets To Duplicating Restaurant Quality Chicken Lo Mein At Home

22 July 2015
 Categories: Food & Cooking, Blog

You could skip across the country and find many amazing varieties of chicken lo mein from Chinese restaurants tucked in a little carton and ready for consumption. However, if you get in the mood for some Chinese takeout and there is not a restaurant in sight, you will definitely be trying to conjure up a good recipe you can try at home. The only problem is, when most at-home chefs try to replicate what they are used to eating out, they find that the savory flavor they are expecting just comes up short. Read More 

4 Ways To Save On K Cups

15 June 2015
 Categories: Food & Cooking, Blog

If you have a Keurig machine, then you probably know just how much you are spending to fill up on k cups every month. If you fear that your caffeine addiction is costing you too much, don't worry; you don't have to completely cut your caffeine consumption or get rid of your Keurig machine. Instead, you can consider these four ways to save: Buy in Bulk: There are plenty of retailers that offer the purchase of larger counts of k cups than others. Read More 

4 Ideas To Save Money On Your Wedding Reception

10 June 2015
 Categories: Food & Cooking, Blog

Are you planning for an upcoming wedding? Are you and your spouse having a hard time budgeting for everything? Although weddings can be costly affairs, they don't have to be. Here are some ways to save money on your reception and wedding catering bill: Serve limited alcohol: At an average cost of around $25 per person for an open bar, this could be more than you're paying per person for the reception meal. Read More