Potluck

Family Reunion Slaw

“Carrot Cabbage Slaw has been served at our family reunions for as long as I can remember,” writes Geordyth Sullivan from Miami, Florida. “It’s light and goes well with about everything. We’ve…

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Fan-Shaped Potatoes

Our family enjoys Roasted Fan-Shaped Potatoes. When I'm fixing them, I place each potato between the handles of two wooden spoons before I start slicing. The handles keep me from accidentally…

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Fancy Margarine Stars

For a fancy presentation, I scoop tub margarine into a pastry tube with a large star tip and squeeze out star-shaped dollops to accompany rolls, potatoes, pancakes, etc. —Nadine Y.,…

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Fast Cupcakes

Making lots of cupcakes for a school function? To speed the process and cut down on the mess, I rely on my turkey baster to squeeze the batter neatly into paper cupcake liners. —Angie…

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Fix for Unpopped Popcorn

When I’m making caramel corn or popcorn balls, I pour the popped corn into one big bowl. After shaking it a bit, the unpopped kernels drop to the bottom. Then I transfer the fluffy corn to another…

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Fresher Taco Salad

When making a taco salad, add the dressing, meat, cheese and tortilla chips just before serving. This will keep the salad from wilting, and the chips will stay crunchy. —Lisa Homer, Avon,…

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Grilled Cheese for a Crowd

Here’s a hurry-up way to make grilled cheese sandwiches for a crowd: Prepare the sandwiches as you would for the griddle, but place all of them on a cookie sheet instead. Bake in a 350° oven for…

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Grilled Chicken Wings

When you’re grilling lots of chicken wings for an outdoor party, speed up the basting by putting the sauce in a spray bottle and spraying it on the wings as they cook. —Angela Roster,…

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Holiday Baking

If you make several kinds of cookies during the holidays for a cookie tray at a party or to give as gifts, here’s a tip that is sure to simplify your baking. I spend a couple weekends before the…

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Homemade Biscuits

When you’re baking big batches of homemade biscuits for a family reunion or fund-raising breakfast, here’s a quick way to cut out the biscuits. Dip an aluminum ice-cube tray divider in flour and…

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