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How to Prepare a Week’s Worth of Meals in One Day with our list of 15 healthy make-ahead meals that can go right from your freezer into your slow cooker! Some of the best recipes that freeze really well and the whole family will love. Really inexpensive, delicious, and super easy to prepare. With the . . .

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Max’s Holiday Meal Ideas It’s that wonderful time of year when we come together for laughter, stories, gift giving and of course – food! Holiday dishes can make or break a family gathering, and when tasked with the ultra-important honor of feeding a hungry crowd, you want to feel confident about the outcome. With a little . . .

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Max’s 6 Tips for Frugal Holiday Meal Planning will help you throw a great dinner party and still leave you with a little extra jingle in your pocket Hosting a holiday party with family and friends is something to look forward to all year but you shouldn’t have to break the bank to do it. . . .

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Tailgating is a phenomenon that has even gotten the attention of anthropologist studies. Each team has become a microculture in itself. As with all cultures, each of the 32 primary NFL teams has a unique culinary heritage. Player’s include the culinary styles in their decision to join a team or not. See all 32 TailgateRecipes by Team When you need . . .

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Old Fashion Oats, Add Liquid, Sleep, Wake up, Done! Add honey, nuts, fruit, yogurt. Nothing is as easy, delicious, and healthy as this! These 20 overnight oats recipes will change the way you do breakfast. See all 20 Recipes Infographic About TitleMax TitleMax® is proud to be one of America’s leading car title loan and car . . .

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Veggie burgers have come a long way from when they were first created in London in 1982. Many would agree, they originally tasted more like a grilled grainy-bread compressed vegetable-wedge than a burger, and didn’t really resemble one either, other than it’s disguise on a bun with condiments. Evidently, some store bought veggie-burgers are still pretty awful today. But low . . .

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Summer is here and we can finally fire up the grill! Celebrating National Grilling Month in July means keeping it clean and cool inside, more outdoor delicious fun, and the electric bill manageable all summer long! Unless you’re a die-hard steak fan you won’t even miss the expensive porterhouse or boneless chicken breast. Add flavorful . . .

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I thought Hot Dogs were one of those foods that couldn’t inspire a huge amount of creativity or variation. I still eat them the way I did 20 years ago -ketchup and mustard or loaded with chili and onions for a full and very satisfying “meal”. According to our 31 Regional Hot Dog Recipes infographic, that . . .

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Getting ready to grill out for the Memorial Day Weekend? A successful grill-out plan includes more than just deciding what’s on the menu and the beverage selection.  Your loved ones are relying on you to be “Food-Safe”. According to Foodsafety.gov approximately 1 in 6 Americans is stricken with food poisoning each year. A trip to the doctor . . .

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