Click the link to get this special cake pan, that makes 12 Twinkie shaped cakes with a hollow opening in the bottom, for just $4.99 plus shipping. Order it as part of a $35 order or use prime and get free shipping. This price is $4 less than the next lowest price we can find for this popular Wilton pan.
Click the link to get this Faberware cutlery set for just $5.97, with 2 cutting boards, 20 knives and kitchen tools, and a carousel caddy, originally $29.99 you get 80% off. No other retailer can approach this low price. Plus you can pick it up today at your local Sears store.
Follow this link and save 50% discount on Crock Pot 6 Quart Manual Slow Cooker with Little Dipper. No code needed. Originally $39.99, now $19.99. Orders $59 or more, ship free. Restrictions may apply.
This Cuisinart Dishwasher Safe Anodized 11 Piece Cookware Set was originally $279.99, but is now on sale for $199.99. You also get a $20 Macy's gift card rebate (print out form and send in), which makes the net discount $100. Right now your order also qualifies for a bonus 5.75 Qt. Covered Stockpot. Then next best price we could find for this item was $199.95 on eBay, but you don't get the $20 gift card or the bonus item.
As the days shorten and temperatures drop, our utility bills are
going to begin to climb. A few small changes can reduce the amount
of energy you use. Here are some tips to help you decrease your
energy consumption and save money on your utility bills.
Put on a sweater and lower you thermostat. Set
your thermostat for between 65 - 68 degrees during the day and
lower it to 62 degrees while you sleep or are at work. If you have
a programmable thermostat, you can set it up now and not have to
worry about lowering and raising the temperature throughout the
Check the weather stripping around your doors and
windows. On a windy day, run your hand around the seams of
your windows and doors to see if you feel any drafts. If you do,
pick up weatherstripping at your local hardware store. You can find
self-adhesive weather stripping.
Here are 5 table settings you can make on a budget that are fun for
fall, but can be modified and used year round!
1. DIY Candy Jars. Do you have a small side table,
or the corner of a buffet table you are looking to decorate? How
about these DIY Candy Jars. We found three separate candle holders
we had around the house. one was wood, and the other two were both
different colors. We unified them with a can of glossy black spray
paint (we were decorating for Halloween, but you could use any
color). We then cleaned out an old pickle jar, pasta sauce jar
and mason jar in our fridge and painted their lids black. We
attached them to the bases with Gorilla Glue and added candy.
Whether you work
from home full time or find yourself bringing your work home with you on
the weekends, having a dedicated office space with all the gadgets and
tools you need makes life easier. Unfortunately, it also adds to your
electricity bill and household waste. Follow these four tips to cut down
on your energy consumption and waste levels.
1. Upgrade to CFLs
you're still using traditional light bulbs in your home office, its
time to upgrade to compact fluorescent light bulbs. CLFs cost a bit more
than standard light bulbs - about $3.00 to $6.00 a piece - but they'll
reduce your electricity usage as well as the heat output from the light.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reports that a CFL uses 75 percent less energy on average.
Thanksgiving is creeping up on us, it will be here before you know it. Everyone is looking forward to the meal that puts us all in a food coma. It's a big job--literally a day of cooking. Do you have your menu planned yet? Even if you do, you will want to check out the free recipes available. There are recipes for your meal from start to finish. You can try the Bacon Basted Turkey or one of the other eight turkey recipes. There are some delicious side dishes and desserts you can make. If you have a pumpkin to cook there are 19 recipes you can choose from along with 18 homemade stuffing recipes.
With these recipes your sure to have a great
Manufacturers want you to try their new products but sometimes they don't offer a freebie sample.
The next best thing is a rebate. What's a rebate? The manufacturer of the product will mail you a
check for the purchase price of certain products.
How does it work?
Step One: You buy the specific product at the store.
Step Two: Fill in the manufacturers rebate form.
Step Three: Mail the rebate form and other required info (usually a UPC and/or store receipt) to the manufacturer of the product.
Step Four: YOU GET A CHECK IN THE MAIL!
Rebate checks usually take about 4 - 8 weeks to arrive. Next is the most important fact you need to know:
You have to open every piece of mail even if it looks like junk mail. I had a check arrive once that I almost tossed
in the recycle bin by my mailbox. It looked like junk mail! I know it can be a little inconvenient but it's a
great way to try full size products.
Read on for a list to see what you can get a refund for.
Have you ever encountered a recipe that calls for "tomatoes, peeled and seeded," or "whole, peeled tomatoes" or something like that? Until this week, whenever I saw that instruction I did one of two things:
used whole, unpeeled tomatoes, or
used canned whole, peeled tomatoes.
Well, never again. I have discovered how easy it is to use fresh tomatoes and peel them myself!