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Crispy Homemade French Fries

Who doesn’t love french fries? This is an extremely versatile snack that can be enjoyed alone or alongside your favorite comfort food. Em RodriguezMaria Emilce Rodriguez, or Em, as her friends and colleagues know her, has been a Staff Blogger/ Media Communications Specialist with District Media Finance Inc. since 2014. She never knew how to cook growing up, however, when she reached her 20s...

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Posted in: Food and Grocery, Personal Finance, Recipes

How Good Is Financial Advice From a 3×5 Card?

Saving money and investing for your future are a part of what we’ve all learned through the years. What’s interesting is that this seems to be a lot harder than you’d think. If you have at least $5K in a savings account, you’re probably doing better than most of your friends, but why is that?  Maybe a little financial advice from a 3×5 card can help. Tamila McDonaldTamila...

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Posted in: Credit and Debt, Money, Personal Finance, Saving Money

Classic Homemade Burger Recipe

Summer is only halfway done and what’s a good way to spend weekends with the family but fire up the grill and make homemade hamburgers? This just might be the juiciest hamburger you’ll ever make. Gone are those days of you making dry and lackluster burgers. The recipe is versatile when it comes to adjusting the spices. If you’re not fond of the spices in this recipe, you can easily change or...

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Posted in: Personal Finance

No-Churn Ice Cream Recipe

There is no need for an expensive ice cream maker to make this simple 2-ingredient ice cream. This No-Churn Ice Cream recipe we have for you today is a perfect base to add in any flavor. You can make cookie dough ice cream, green tea, cheesecake, cookies and cream, mint chocolate chip and lots more! With just 2 ingredients, you can enjoy this homemade ice cream.  You can be creative and add in flavors...

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Posted in: Food and Grocery, Personal Finance
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