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Greasing up a pan with Pam

It occurred to me the other day: when a recipe calls for greasing a pan, do most people go for butter or a cooking spray, like Pam? 187 more words

Baking

Tips for Raiding the Foodie Pantry

Believe it or not, we don’t need to buy fancy products at the store to handle cleaning, repairs and conditioning. Practically everyone knows you can use dryer sheets for freshening things up and lint pickup. 744 more words

Miscellaneous Stuff

10/22/17 -- sweet potato brownies

Sweet Potato Brownies

Hot Tips:

  • I baked the sweet potatoes, but you can boil them.
  • You can substitute maple syrup for the coconut nectar.
  • Process the mixture on a high setting until smooth.
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Recipes

Spray butter on your nails?!?!

So you may be wondering “Johnna, why are you spraying your hands with Pam Butter spray?”. No, this isn’t an ad (although I could probably use the extra cash right about now, grad school is not cheap), but it is a nail polish hack that I recently discovered. 543 more words

Life

Global Cooking Spray Sales Market Report 2017

Report Hive Market Research Released a New Research Report of 108 pages on Title “Global Cooking Spray Sales Market Report 2017”

Cooking splash is a shower type of an oil as a grease, lecithin as an emulsifier, and a charge, for example, sustenance review liquor, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide or propane. 522 more words

Polly's Healthy Menu 1: Lemon Herb Chicken Breast, Baked Broccoli and Red Potatoes. Mixed Green Salad, Heirloom Grape Tomatoes with Fat Free Italian Dressing

I sprayed the grill pan with some Pompeian extra virgin olive oil non aerosol spray and put the marinated chicken breast on the pan and baked it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. 225 more words

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