Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add all of the ingredients, shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass.
For cooks feeding small families, or perhaps just one person, freezing in small batches is a must .Here's a good way to freeze in small batches using large, freezer-safe plastic bags. Use this technique with chicken cutlets, steaks, or ground meats.
1.Place two portions of food in different locations inside a large zipper-lock freezer bag. Flatten
the bag, forcing air out in the process, so that the portions do not touch.
2.Fold the bag over in the center and freeze.The bag divides the two portions so they will freeze
seperately. Best of all,you have the choice of using one or both frozen portions.
Instead of buying foods that come in extensive packaging (most of which is petroleum-based plastics) look for unpackaged or minimally packaged foods, experiment with bringing your own containers and buying in bulk, or pick brands that use bio-based plastic packing. And of course try and recycle or reuse any packaging you end up with.
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A: Where's pop-corn
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