Gwen Stewart

Gwen Stewart

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Made this super awesome shrimp recipe on 4/17/2014. Very very good. I used moscato as my wine and used half and half instead of lite creme. Highly recommend.

Made this super awesome shrimp recipe on 4/17/2014. Very very good. I used moscato as my wine and used half and half instead of lite creme. Highly recommend.

How to make chicken noodle soup.

How to make chicken noodle soup.

Do You Know What Aluminum Foil Does To Your Body After Reading This You'll Never Stop Using It! #DoYouKnowWhatAluminumFoilDoesToYourBodyAfterReadingThisYou'llNeverStopUsingIt!

Do You Know What Aluminum Foil Does To Your Body After Reading This You'll Never Stop Using It! #DoYouKnowWhatAluminumFoilDoesToYourBodyAfterReadingThisYou'llNeverStopUsingIt!

Garlic Butter Steak and Potatoes Skillet - This easy one-pan recipe is SO simple, and SO flavorful. The best steak and potatoes you'll ever have!

Garlic Butter Steak and Potatoes Skillet - This easy one-pan recipe is SO simple, and SO flavorful. The best steak and potatoes you'll ever have!

1. Thoroughly wash the veggies and shake them off the best you can in the sink. 2. Place the washed veggies in a gallon ziplock bag. 3. Put a couple of clean, dry paper towels in the bag with the veggies. Voila! Your veggies have been saved! The paper towel does all the work. The only effort you make is to just check on it every few days and if the paper towel is soaked, switch it out with a dry one.

Save your Fruits and Veggies with the Paper Towel Trick. I learned about wrapping zucchini individually in paper towels, putting a towel in a bag, etc from my Mom. Buy the cheapy towels for veggies and so you don't use up the good ones.

Growing San Marzano tomatoes, requires experimenting with amending the soil to duplicate the fertile soil conditions of the volcanic fields of Naples.

Growing San Marzano tomatoes, requires experimenting with amending the soil to duplicate the fertile soil conditions of the volcanic fields of Naples.