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Centerpieces

This will be an ongoing feature that we will update as we get ideas and ideas are sent in! Check back! So far, we came up with a few ideas for great centerpieces. Centerpieces for All Occasions For Christmas: Decorate a mini Christmas tree with silver or gold bows and beads for an elegant look.…

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5 Steps to avoiding heartburn

1- Watch out for trouble foods that cause heartburn; alcohol, chocolate, fatty foods, mints, citris, coffee, and sodas. If you must have them take an antacid before you eat the trouble food. 2- Eating large meals can increase pressure on the stomach, which can cause acid to creep back up the esophagus. Try eating small,…

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5 Secrets To Growing Beautiful Roses

BY: Abigail Baker A rose is a rose is rose – and there are few things in the garden more beautiful. There are 5 secrets I want to share that will help you to grow healthy roses. 1. Sunshine: Plan to put your rose bush in a spot where it will get as much sun…

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Growing Tomatoes, etc. in Early Spring…

BY: Jim Kennard, President – Food For Everyone Foundation Q. I’ve heard about so many ways to grow tomato and other tender plants early – from using Wall-O-Water’s to taking the bottom out of wastebaskets, and they all seem to be a lot of work, with no guarantee of success. What do you suggest for…

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Spring Cleaning Tips For Your Kitchen

By: Lara Velez The words “spring cleaning” can make the neatest person cringe. They mean more work. As if cleaning all year long wasn’t enough. Spring cleaning is more than just cleaning…it is deep cleaning. Something that most people do not have time for all year long. Since my expertise is cooking, I have decided…

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