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How to Store Cilantro To Make It Last For Weeks
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Easy Ciabatta Bread
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Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip

How to Store Cilantro To Make It Last For Weeks

HOW TO STORE CILANTRO to make it last for weeks! This easy trick shows how to keep cilantro fresh in water in your refrigerator to last for 3 weeks! It’s the perfect way to store cilantro for a long time!

I’m back with another tip to help your vegetables last longer! Remember how I shared my tip to keep your lettuce fresh for a month? Well this trick will keep your cilantro fresh for weeks!

HOW TO STORE CILANTRO to make it last for weeks! This easy trick shows how to keep cilantro fresh in water in your refrigerator to last for 3 weeks! It's the perfect way to store cilantro for a long time!

Cilantro – are you one of those people that love it or hate it?  I love it! But my issue with cilantro is that it never seems to last long enough to use it all.  Often recipes only call for a small amount of cilantro, and it’s hard to find things to do with a whole bunch of it!  With this tip you’ll no longer have to let your cilantro go to waste!

You guys know I don’t like to waste anything we grow.  I’ve showed you how to make tomato powder out of tomato skins, and how to make mint tea, but now I wanted to show you my trick on how to how to store cilantro to make it last longer!

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Easy Ciabatta Bread

Ciabatta bread recipe! This homemade bread is crusty and filled with holes! It’s easy to make in the bread machine. Serve it for sandwich, soup or a dinner side dish!

Do you love bread?  Of course you do! Who doesn’t love bread?  In this bread machine recipe I’m going to show you how to make a delicious loaf of Ciabatta bread!

What is Ciabatta bread?

Ciabatta bread is a Italian white bread, kinda like a French baguette, but more elongated and broad. It’s usually chewy in texture and filled with crumbly air holes. It’s perfect for dipping in soup, eating for a sandwich or just eating sliced with a little bit of butter!

Ciabatta bread recipe! This homemade bread is crusty and filled with holes! It's easy to make in the bread machine. Serve it for sandwich, soup or a dinner side dish!

Ciabatta bread machine recipe

This bread recipe is really easy to make because it’s made with a bread machine!  Load the ingredients into the pan of your bread machine, in whatever order your machine recommends.  Select the dough cycle and start it!

Ciabatta bread recipe! This homemade bread is crusty and filled with holes! It's easy to make in the bread machine. Serve it for sandwich, soup or a dinner side dish!

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Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip

Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip recipe, just like Grandma used to make it! This creamy tuna dip is made with Cream of Mushroom Soup and American cheese slices with crushed up potato chips on top! This is a classic Midwestern family recipe! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Blue Harbor Fish Co.
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I call this Grandma’s Tuna and Chips Dip because I know your Grandma made this recipe. This is a classic Midwestern-style family dip recipe that everyone is absolutely going to love!  I can guarantee this bowl will be empty in no time at all!

Grandmas Tuna and Chips Dip recipe, just like Grandma used to make it! This creamy tuna dip is made with Cream of Mushroom Soup and American cheese slices with crushed up potato chips on top! This is a classic Midwestern family recipe!

What is it about Grandmas?  How do they make the best recipes?   Is it the love and care that goes into a dish?  Or is it that they’re all amazing cooks?  I think it’s a mixture of both.  This dip recipe is no nonsense, it’s meant to be enjoyed over laughter and conversation.  And it’s delicious.  You guys, it’s really delicious!

Tuna Dip with Potato Chips

Let’s talk ingredients because well… this is a recipe!  This classic dip only calls for 7 ingredients and they’re basic.  In fact you probably already have everything.  That’s what makes Grandma recipes so special – their kitchen always has the right ingredients!

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