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Grilled Sweet Potatoes

Here’s an easy way to enjoy sweet potatoes in the summer. Just peel and wash them, then cut into 1/2-inch slices. Cook them on the grill, brushing each side with butter several times and turning…

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Grilling Drip Pan

Make a drip pan quickly and easily by shaping heavy-duty foil into a small pan.

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Grilling Platter

When grilling, it’s not safe to reuse a platter that held uncooked meat without washing it first. Rather than dirty two platters, I cover one with heavy-duty foil before placing the raw meat on…

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Grinding Meat

Have trouble grinding meat? Cut it into small pieces and freeze in a single layer for about 45 minutes. The meat will go through the grinder perfectly. —Angeline C., Mabank, Texas

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Grocery Car Cooler

Keeping a small cooler in my car trunk allows me to keep meats, ice cream, milk and other perishable items cool after grocery shopping. That way, I can make other stops without having to rush home…

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Grocery List Ideas

Here’s a tip that saves time in the grocery store. I color code the items on my shopping list by the areas where they’re located in the store. I do this with highlighting markers in different…

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Grocery List Twist

I buy inexpensive index cards and write down the recipes I plan to make that week (one recipe to a card). I take the whole week’s worth of recipe index cards to the store when I go grocery…

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Ground Beef Tip

When I’m browning ground beef or other ground meat, I use a pastry blender to break up larger pieces shortly before the meat is completely cooked. This makes it much more suitable for chili,…

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Ground Beef with Refried Beans

To keep ground beef from falling out of your burritos or enchiladas, add a can of refried beans to the meat mixture and heat thoroughly. The filling not only stays in place—the beans stretch…

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Handy Egg Slicer Tip

I spray my egg slicer with nonstick cooking spray before slicing hard-cooked eggs. They slice easier and cleaner since no egg clings to the slicer. —Mary R., Trenton, New Jersey

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