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Quotes From Seniors; 5 Tips & Tricks For Easier Cooking
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06/08/2015
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bc-cookbbook-182x290Want to learn some "new" tips to make cooking easier?  All you need to do is lead a class in the Senior Center then sit back and listen to all the ideas.  Many in the class started cooking  a half century ago when there were no microwave ovens, crock-pots  or  digital appliances. Many recipes and cooking shortcuts were  passed along by family and friends. Here are five of their quotes.

  1. "If you are going to make a mess, make a big one."   Why cook and clean up every day of the week? Isn't it easier to make large batches of food one day and divide it up in jars to store in the 'fridge  for meals later in the week?
  2. When buying or digging root vegetables, "Remove the green leaves and stems before storing them in the fridge. The leaves will draw flavor from the roots."
  3. Old fashioned meat tenderizer to make cube steaks.Image Enlarger Old fashioned meat tenderizer…

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