Calling All Singles - Cooking for Busy Lives

Written by Marybeth Gregg

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Invite guests when making a large meal – they can help you cook and then you can divide leftovers into smaller portions, enough for one meal and have 3-4 meals ready. Make it into a mini-party. Save leftovers and create new meals by adding rice, pasta, vegetables, or a different kind of cheese.

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Marybeth Gregg has been cooking, entertaining and giving cooking advice for almost 20 years, is well-known for her wonderful cuisine, great parties and started her successful cooking school several years ago. She has been featured in several newspapers, is currently working on cookbook, a dvd'series of cooking lessons.

Thought You Couldn't Drink Coffee Anymore?

Written by Tonya Sage

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