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Actived: Wednesday Mar 25, 2020
17 Ways to Save Money at Starbucks - The Spruce Eats
If you're a Target shopper, be sure to keep an eye on those coupons that spit out while you're checking out, you may get BOGO drink offer coupons for the Starbucks inside of Target. 06 of 17. Enjoy Free Refills of Brewed Coffee and Tea
Kentucky Fried Chicken Copycat Recipe - The Spruce Eats
Remove the chicken from the buttermilk mixture, letting the excess drip off. Roll the chicken in the seasoned flour until completely covered. Add the lard to a pressure fryer and heat to 365 F. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's directions.
Salvage Grocery Stores Are Your Guide to Big Savings
Some salvage stores even take manufacturer coupons. While the prices are great, you may still be able to do better at the grocery store by buying store brands or by taking advantage of coupons and sales. Know your price points before you go. Salvage grocery stores sell more than food. You may also find deals on cleaners, health and beauty
10 Best Cheap American Whiskeys Under $20
How can a $12 bottle of corn whiskey impress anyone? It's all about the sweet simplicity, which makes it an excellent candidate for many whiskey cocktails.At 100-proof and with a mashbill of 90 percent corn and 10 percent rye and malted barley, it has a great balance of sweet vanilla and soft oak flavors.
8 Ways to Save Money at Whole Foods
Now that Whole Foods is owned by Amazon, you can use your Prime membership to save even more at Whole Foods! Members get an extra 10% off hundreds of sales items each week (just look for the yellow sale signs throughout the store), and can also take advantage of exclusive Prime Member Deals.
The 6 Best Cast Iron Pans of 2020
After an hour at 450 degrees, turn off the oven and let the pan cool for at least an hour. If you don’t need the oven, you can leave the pan there until it is completely cool, or remove it from the oven and place it on a stove burner or trivet until it is cool. It will still be hot, so you’ll need mitts to move it.