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its»... as H Your Kitchen Ready For the Holiday Season here's hardly a home chef who hasn’t had a holiday horror story. From ice maker mishaps to oven meltdowns, kitchen appliances can get taxed or appear to go on strike right in the middle of pix-paring a holiday meal. “l-h'oken appliances can i'eaily ruin a holiday." says Jamie iireneman, contribu- lol‘ it) ’l‘heSavvyShopperBlogcom and spokesperson for 1‘0 .lu‘i‘v’ ( Tttstomer Service companies. “But by follow- ing a few simple steps, you can prevent common fail- ures and. extend the life of your appliances." Pitt i l'Elfi'l‘ YOUR OVEN Self-cleaning options can be real time—savers, but they also stress your oven. During the holidays, wait to run the self-cleaning cycle until after the major meals are done. Also, purchase an oven thermometer to make sure the oven is heating properly. If not, you may want to have a professional technician from a visited service ven- ior come and check it before the holiday cooking begins. REPLACE THE AGED When gearing up for the holidays. take an inventory ol' major appliances to see if anything needs repairs or replacing, Gas ranges usually last about 15 years, fridges for 13, while dishwashers and microwaves usually have a lifespan of nine years. if any of your appliances need replacing, make sure to do your research so you buy the most energy-effi— cient model that fits in the spare allocated for it. SAVE TIME AND MONEY (liven the modest to heavy price tag on most MAKE SURE KITCHEN IS READY FOR HOLIDAYS - During the holidays, the last thing anyone needs is for kitchen appliances to stop working and ruin the holiday meal. With a few holiday tips, you can make sure your kitchen is ready for the holiday season. After all, you have all those Christmas goodies to prepare and of course, all those meals for visiting family and those nights with guests. appliances, you should be clear on what happens if the appliance breaks or needs repairs. Extended service plans, such as those offered by NEW, not only provide you with free technical support 24/7, they also provide access to fast, in-home serv- ice from professionals. A good service plan can even provide you with a sizeable food allowance should your fridge go kaput. Moreover, service plans often only cost 10 to 20 per- cent of the retail cost of appliances, saving you money since spare parts can cost up to four times more than any plan. TEST YOUR FRIDGE Before you stock that fridge with holiday goodies, conduct a simple test to make sure it's keeping food cold. Stick a dollar bill in the Penny M. Hale 706 door with half of it sticking out. If you can pull it out, you have a leak, which can lead to increased energy bills. If you have a leak, look for a repairman to fix it instead of buying a new one. It will save you money, and you'll help the planet by reducing electronic waste. KEEP IT COOL Ice makers are often the most heavily used appliance during the holidays. To make sure you've got enough ice for your holiday gatherings, throw out any old ice and clean the bin. Also, make sure there‘s room between your ice maker and the back of the unit, so as to avoid creating a kink in the water line, which can stop an icemaker —- and party cold. Then start cooking up a storm! wfi‘Mihl a ()GANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2017 WHO DOESN’T LOVE STUFFING? Everybody loves to eat all those home cooked holiday dishes and treats, but most people don’t have time to spend days toiling over a hot stove. There are great holiday dishes. that only take a few minutes to prepare. Simple and Easy to Make Holiday Dishes to Enjoy verybody loves to eat all those home cooked holiday dishes and treats, but most of us don't have time to spend days toiling over a :' hot stove. Rest assured, you don't need to make everything from scratch to create a great holiday meal. Guests won't notice if you use some off-the-shelf ingredients (and if they did, they won't hold it against you). For example, instead of dinner rolls from scratch, buy ones that you just heat in the oven. You can also use packaged items like soups, stocks and even pre—made stuffing, and simply add your own personal touches to make your dishes distinctive. Add some dried cranberries here or some chestnuts there and it becomes your homemade spe- cialty. HERE ARE two easy holiday recipes that incorporate store-bought ingredients to help lighten your holiday load: Moist & Savory Stuffing 1 package (14 ounces) Herb Seasoned Stuffing 112 cups Chicken Broth Generous dash ground black pepper 2 stalks celery, coarsely chopped (about 1 cup) 1 large onion, coarsely chopped (about 1 CUP) ' Heat the broth, black pepper, celery ‘and onion in a three-quart saucepan over medi- um—high heat to a boil. Reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook for five minutes or until the vegetables are tender. Remove the jon Halo 7(ih580—6545 saucepan from the heat. Add the stuffing and mix lightly. Spoon the stuffing mixture into a greased three-quart shallow baking dish. Cover the baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until the stuffing mixture is hot. Makes 10 servings (about 3/4 cup each). Holiday Brie en Croute 1 egg 1 tablespoon water 1/2 of a 17.3—ounce package pastry sheets (1 sheet), thawed 1/2 cup apricot preserves or seedless raspberry jam 1/3 cup dried cranberries 1/4 cup toasted sliced almonds 1 (13 to 16-oz) Brie or other soft cheese round 1 package (13 ounces) crackers Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Beat the egg and water in a small bowl with a fork. Unfold the pastry sheet on a lightly floured surface. Roll the pastry sheet into a 14—inch square. Spread the preserves on the pastry to within two inches of the edge. Sprinkle with the cranberries and almonds. Place the cheese in the center of the pastry. Fold the pastry up over the cheese to cover. Trim the excess pastry and press to seal. Brush the seam with the egg mixture. Place seam-side down onto a baking sheet. ,1 Decorate with the pastry scraps, if desired. Brush with the egg mixture. Bake for 20 minutes or until the pastry is golden brown. Let stand for 45 minutes. Serves 12. US. minty sent and vetting for th s. uifices you have made for our iteedum. (D (1‘) $1.) HkMMMIS 1701 Dukes Waddell Rd °Woodbury Beautiful country home with lbr/ lba guest cabin on 4' 7 I e Streeanchcster’ G Y can with private stodXm poncU I’Linted pines and (hot ) plots make this meat an outdoors man's plfiLllSt m“mm HVACWMO’W Hardwood and tile floors, updated kitchen, sun mun 2014.?flnmdml4admfimilndmlifihdamulhny with hotmb and much more. Prde at $319,900. Cal Jon (706) 5806545 731 Jenni Lane i This 4 Bedroom, 4Bath custom built home sits on 2.28 acres in Manchester. Cathedral ceilings with cypress beams and stone fire- place accent the living room and kitchen area. Custom kitchen cab- inets, large master bath, screened porch and attached 2 bay garage. Priced at $299,900. Call Penny Hale- 706 249—0815. 305 2nd St-Manchester Tenant occupied building perfect for any retail . business. Features 2376 sq ft shop area with 576 sq ft ofl'ioddisplay am. Gmt investment oppor— tunity already generating rean income. Priced at $59,000. Comm: Jon Hal: 706—580-6545 7,. 614 Mayes Way Manchester 2183 ft 3 bedroom and 2 bath home. Family room ha built in book shelves leading to a large deck Fenced back y‘mi. Priced 313109300. on Penny Hale 706 249mm. w 1) m . a. 418 Oak Road 'Ihis éBR/BBA home is located inside Historic Roosevelt Inst. Over 3000 sqft. Cm kitchen, sun room. graded; room, budcr's pantry and outrkxn' 10ft 1 M E. 2nd St. Manchester l'liv'dl’cly and centrally located inside the city inntrs. ni Minthcxtcr. l’rivnc driveway and yard. 1 lardwmtl limits with updated bathrooms with <.l.’lW {not lull. 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