Battling boredom can bust your budget, briskly. Fill your you time with fun, cheap hobbies that can improve your life, and maybe even your finances.
Culinary gadgets may look irresistible in the store, but they're really just clutter on your countertop and a drag on your budget.
These attainable culinary careers will make the food-lover in you rejoice. It's time to make your resume sizzle.
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These days mason jars can be used more for decor and storage than for canning. Their uses are endless!
There are still a few more scorching weeks of summer left, and if you can't take the heat in the kitchen, get out. No, really.
Tomatoes coming out of your ears? Don't toss 'em! Enjoy your late summer bounty with some fun and delicious ways to use them up.
Martha Stewart truly knows how to make a house a home. Let the Queen of Domesticity show you the way to a happier, tidier home.
Unleash your inner locavore by experimenting with the foods and food culture hiding right in plain sight in your neighborhood.
The debate between gas and charcoal has raged for years. Here's why Team Charcoal lost.
Sand the sharp edges off "roughing it" with this collection of clever campout cooking tips.
It's almost mid-summer and that means we're deep into grilling season. Mix up your routine with these delicious summery recipes to try.
Delicious fresh pasta may not be an every day thing, but for those special meals, these five best pasta machines are worth having on hand.
Beer for breakfast? Sure, when it's in a donut. Learn how to make those and lots more delicious entrees and sides, all featuring brewskis.
What to do with those couple extra pours in the bottle? Add a boozy twist to your next dish with these killer ways to use wine in the kitchen.
Don't turn up your nose to frozen fruits and vegetables and other foods — they're delicious and cheap. Stock up on these dozen frugal frozen eats.
Smart food budgeting is an essential skill. When you need to cut back even more — and fast! — get creative with what you have, and what you buy.
You can buy chicken already cut up, but you can do it yourself for way less money. Learn that and six other easy, money-saving kitchen skills.
Red Solo cups and calling AAA just won't cut it anymore. Embrace your 30s by mastering the skills essential to adulthood.
Don't worry, the kitchen cops won't tase you if you run afoul of any of these outdated kitchen rules.
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