So you want to be a good person. But you also want to buy some carrots. Shouldn't be too hard to accomplish both, right? You go to the grocery store, however, and find yourself inundated with confusing labels: Free Trade, Organic, Cage Free, Free Range, Natural, Made With Limited Nazi Involvement, Non-Toxic, Very Very Toxic — it's a lot to take in. So here's a quick primer on what some of those terms mean:OrganicOrganic is the big daddy of labels (while Big Daddy is ironically the
Hosting a meal for a major holiday like Hanukkah can be stressful--and pricy. If you are trying to keep the event under a certain budget, one of the most important things to consider is the number of guests you will be inviting.
Of course, if you are simply inviting all of your family members, this may not be under your control, but getting RSVPs can help you understand how many people you will be feeding and how much food you need. Once you know this, there are many ways you can work to keep your costs down.
It's at the top of your Halloween shopping list: getting a pumpkin! But what size is best? What type? Finding the perfect pumpkin doesn't have to be hard, but the first step is deciding what you will use the pumpkin for. Once you've decided that, it's easy to narrow it down.