A lighter version of the classic beef stew. Continue reading “Chicken Stew” »
Seasonal employment is a great way to make some quick cash, and the National Retail Federation predicts that retailers will add between 585,000 and 625,000 seasonal workers this year. Because of high unemployment, there will be stiff competition to land these jobs, but the following tips will help you both find a seasonal job and
As the days get shorter, your to-do list just seems to get longer. One of the big things on it is getting your house ready for winter. Winterizing your home can not only make you more comfortable this winter, it can also save you a considerable amount of money on energy costs. Taking proper care
There are many strategies you can use to save money on your grocery shopping. One of the best is to target items that are in season. This guide takes a look at what produce and other items are in season, month by month. Each page/month of this guide focuses on three main areas:
Let’s face it: pesticides are bad. They kill bugs, for Pete’s sake, so they can’t be all that good for your average human. Research has linked human exposure to pesticides to cancer, neurological damage, birth defects, possible early-onset Parkinson’s… the list goes on and on. So you should avoid regular produce and eat organic, right?
With the price of gas high and seemingly on the verge of forever heading higher with the next hurricane, terrorist threat, or industry whim, you should be doing whatever you can to limit the amount of fuel you’re burning through. The following tips cover a wide range of areas where you can save considerable money
Chili powder and coriander give this pork dish a south of the border feel. Serve over rice garnished with cilantro (definitely preferred) or parsley. Continue reading “Mexican Pork and Black Beans” »