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What to do with leftover pieces of Easter candy

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Posted: Thursday, April 4, 2013 3:47 pm

Now that the Easter Bunny has left those chocolate treasures for children, what do you do with them? You can crush them up and sprinkle on ice cream, use in milkshakes or stir some into hot chocolate. For more ideas, visit http://www.livingonadime.com/easter-leftovers-eggs-chocolate-ham/.

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Don’t throw out lipstick-stained clothes. Before throwing the article of clothing out, try using shaving cream, vodka or hair spray on it. Blot stains with a white washcloth to see how much of the stain is lifting. For a couple more tips, visit http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/yhr/monday/909404-8/frugal-living-remove-those-lipstick-stains.

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Save those stainless pans with baked on stains by heating it with baking soda and water in it. Cover the gunk with baking soad, add a half-inch of water, put it on the stove on low heat and watch as the simmering solution lifts the particles. After a few minutes, set aside to cool and then scrape off with a spatula. For more information, visit http://dailyjournalonline.com/news/opinion/advice/frugal-living/give-recipe-gifts/article_023f0e78-8740-11e2-a43e-0019bb2963f4.html.

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Do you know of a way to save money or know of a great resource that explains how to save money? Contact Pam Bauserman at 369-7035 or send an e-mail to pamelab@lodinews.com.

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