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How to inspect for roof damage Many homeowners do not think twice about their roofs. But when leaks develop, roof repairs and the subsequent costs of such work shed light on how important it is for homeowners to pay closer attention to the roofs over their heads. Spring is a good time to inspect roofs, which are often at the mercy of harsh conditions throughout the winter. Heavy snow, ice and biting winds can do significant damage, making spring the perfect time to assess if any such damage occurred and address any issues. •Start the inspection in the interior of the home. Before breaking out the ladder and climbing up to the roof, inspect the home's interior, pinpointing potential problems that may indicate roof damage. Check for stains on the ceiling which may indicate leaks that need to be addressed. Homeowners with attics should enter

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Organize your garage Spring cleaning plans are on the minds of many once the weather warms up. Many homeowners feel a sense of renewal in the spring, when the desire to clean house and get organized becomes a priority. Garages are often targets for homeowners hoping to target clutter. Once a space reserved for cars, garages are no longer strictly for vehicles, used instead to store items that simply do not fit inside the home or a backyard shed. Organizing the garage is typically a weekend or several-day project. Here's how to turn a garage from a cluttered mess into a space suited for storing items of all shapes and sizes. • Enlist a helper. Organizing a garage is a significant undertaking that is best tackled with two or more people. Enlist a helper to make the project less intimidating. • Decide what is important to keep. Start the organization process by clearing out the garage and taking inventory of what you have. Items that have not been used for several years can likely be tossed. Make a pile of what will be kept and then put the rest at the curb or donate useful items to charity. • Give thought to where you want to store particular items. Tools and items that are used more often should be stored within reach or where easily visible, while items that are not used as frequently can be stored higher up. Think about how you operate in the garage. Recycling bins can be stored closer to the door into the home, while bicycles and skates can be nearer to the garage door for easy access. • Group like items together. Categorize items that will be kept. Garden tools, camping gear, sporting equipment, and automotive supplies should be categorized and stored in their own areas of the garage, determining if certain items can be stored inside the home to free up garage space. Grouping items together will make them easier to locate in the garage. • Move boxed items into clear storage containers. It's much easier to see what you have when it is stored in clear containers. Some containers are interlocking or stackable, making it much more convenient to store items vertically and free up more floor space. • Invest in vertical storage systems. Moving items from the floor and putting them on shelving or behind cabinets can make the garage more organized. Hooks and bins also can be used. Employ a peg board full of hooks for oft-used tools or other items you need at the ready. • Leave space for hobby and work areas. Garages are where many improvement projects begin or where hobbies, such as woodworking or crafting, take place. Leave space for these tasks and hobbies. • Give the space a fresh coat of paint. Some garages are dingy and dark. Bright paint on the walls and floor can open up the space and, when combined with more lighting, can make it lighter and brighter. Garage organization is a common spring cleaning project. But it shouldn't be reserved for this season alone. Periodic checks of the garage and straightening up can keep a garage clean and organized throughout the entire year and make yearly spring cleaning much more manageable.

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Fast freezer food By Angela Shelf Medearis

I consider my freezer my cold pantry. I keep it stocked with individual, quick frozen (IQF) fish, shrimp, beef and pork that I wash and season immediately after coming home from the grocery store. (This marinates the meat and saves time). I also stock frozen vegetables -- both pre-packaged and blanched veggies from spring and summer months -- "planned ahead" casserole meals for busy days, leftovers in old-school "TV dinner" plastic containers (perfect for the microwave), extra loaves of bread and sale items that are too much for the two of us to eat, but too good to pass up. I also prepare and freeze appetizers for unexpected company, strawberries macerated in sugar, balsamic vinegar, vanilla and cinnamon to spoon over warm pound cake, and cookie and cake crumbs to sprinkle on ice cream for quick desserts. Frozen food is a delicious way to capture the best flavors of each season. Although many people developed innovative food-freezing techniques, it was Clarence Birdseye who in 1924 invented the quick freezing method known as IQF that produces the frozen foods that we know today. While working as a fur trader in Labrador, Canada, Birdseye discovered that the fish that he and the local Inuit caught froze almost immediately after being pulled from the water. He was delighted to discover that the fish was just as delicious when thawed out months later. From this experience, he theorized that food must be frozen very quickly in order to retain its taste and texture. Birdseye was right. Before quick-freezing came along, foods were frozen at a fairly slow rate. This caused large ice crystals to form, which ruptured the cell membranes of the food. When the food was defrosted, the ice crystals melted and water would leak out, taking with it the food's flavor and texture. Birdseye developed two methods for

quick freezing foods, both of which employed the innovation of packaging the food beforehand. In the more popular technique, the packaged food was held under pressure between two hollow metal plates that were chilled to -25 F by the evaporation of ammonia. Using this method, a 2inch-thick package of meat could be frozen to 0 F in about 90 minutes, while fruits and vegetables took about 30 minutes. Birdseye's quick-freezing process ended up creating 168 patents! These covered not only the freezing technique, but also the packaging, type of paper used and related innovations. Frozen foods are a delicious way to prepare a variety of dishes using fruits and vegetables that have been frozen at their peak of freshness. This recipe for Veggie Breakfast Cupcakes is the perfect "on the go" breakfast. It's also a delicious way to incorporate vegetables into a breakfast dish.

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1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 tablespoon dried oregano, crumbled 1/4 teaspoon dried sage 1/8 teaspoon ground red pepper, like cayenne

1/2 tablespoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black pepper 1/2 teaspoon honey 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

1. Preheat oven to 375 F. 2. Evenly press biscuits into bottom and up sides of a 12-cup muffin pan; set aside. 3. In large bowl, combine the cooked vegetables with cream cheese, yogurt, 1 cup shredded cheese, eggs, garlic powder, salt, pepper, honey and cayenne pepper. 4. Evenly spoon vegetable mixture into prepared muffin cups. Bake 15 minutes. Evenly sprinkle with remaining cheese and continue baking, 5 minutes or until golden brown. Serves 4. Tips: Try substituting Birds Eye Steamfresh Baby Broccoli, Italian or Broccoli Cauliflower blends in place of Mixed Vegetables.

1. In nonstick 12-inch skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat until very hot. On waxed paper, coat chicken with flour, shaking off excess. Add chicken to skillet and cook until golden brown, about 3 minutes per side. With tongs, transfer chicken pieces to bowl as they are browned. 2. Add onion and garlic to skillet. Reduce heat to medium-low and cook, stirring occasionally, until onion is tender, about 5 minutes. Add mushrooms and cook, stirring frequently, until just tender, about 3 minutes. 3. Add tomatoes with their juice, breaking them up with side of spoon. Add salt, oregano, sage, ground red pepper and chicken, and heat to boiling over high heat. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until juices run clear when thickest part of chicken is pierced with tip of knife, about 25 minutes. 4. Transfer chicken to serving bowl. Spoon sauce over chicken. Makes 4 main-dish servings.

Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children's author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is "The Kitchen Diva's Diabetic Cookbook." Her website is www.divapro.com. To see how-to videos, recipes and much, much more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook and go to Hulu.com. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. and Angela Shelf Medearis

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Food prepared alla cacciatora, "hunterstyle," includes mushrooms in the sauce. This dish is representative of the kind of home cooking that found its way first into Italian restaurants and then into American kitchens. Serve over wide, flat noodles.

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A good sealant can keep a driveway looking new longer Installing an asphalt or a concrete driveway can be an expensive undertaking. To preserve the fresh, new look of the driveway, have the driveway sealed and then routinely seal it to keep it looking pristine. A good sealant can keep a driveway looking new longer and also can rejuvenate the appearance of an older driveway. Sealant can be compared to car wax. It provides an outer coating that will repel stains, stop UV rays from fading the driveway and help to protect against cracks and driveway degradation. Over time, asphalt driveways will begin to fade in color and the stone and rocks used in the asphalt mix will appear more prominent. By sealing the driveway, a homeowner can maintain its original dark color. Another reason to seal a driveway is to reduce the chance of freeze-thaw damage. This type of damage results when water penetrates the surface of the driveway and then expands as it freezes. The expansion can cause cracks and fissures, as well as compromise the soil underneath the driveway, making it sink or become unstable. Sealed driveways help to keep water beading on the surface of the driveway, rather than being absorbed into the

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How to cut costs on your home improvement project Over the last several decades, more and more homeowners have embraced the notion that homes need not all be alike, and that an individual's home can cater to his or her personal tastes and needs. The trend of modeling a home after one's own tastes has extended beyond choosing furniture or other replaceable elements to structural changes and full-scale renovations, thus upping the financial ante for homeowners who want to turn their homes into places more in tune with their own personalities. When it comes to improving their homes, many homeowners associate cutting costs with cutting corners, which can put residents' safety at risk. But there are ways for homeowners to save money on home improvement projects while still ensuring their homes are safe and sound. •Work with recycled materials. Homeowners about to undertake smallscale do-it-yourself projects can often save money by using recycled materials. Many homeowners do not go the DIY route when making larger renovations, but those that do also can save money by using recy-

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(e.g., dust) levels in homes increase because of dirty air ducts. This is because much of the dirt in air ducts adheres to duct surfaces and does not necessarily enter the living space. What's more, dirty air that enters the home from outdoors or indoor activities, such as smoking or cleaning, can actually cause greater exposure to contaminants than dirty air ducts. There also is no evidence that cleaning ducts and components of the heating/cooling system will make the furnace or air conditioner work any more efficiently. Air duct cleaning is an expensive undertaking. On average the cost of such a service can range from $400 to $1,000, depending on the extent of the cleaning and the size of the home.

Cleaning the ducts also can be dirty and time-consuming. Cleaning may spread contaminants that were lodged inside of the vents throughout the air more readily. Some cleaning services will advise the use of chemical biocides to treat the interior of vents. These are designed to kill microbiological contaminants. The EPAwarns chemical biocides have yet to be fully researched, and homeowners should be fully informed before deciding to permit the use of biocides or chemical treatments in air ducts. Homeowners should never attempt to clean air ducts themselves. If the decision is made to have the cleaning done, it should only be on an as-needed basis and completed by a reputable cleaning service.

own rather than paying their contractors to do such work for them. It's best for homeowners to leave interior labor to the professionals, as they are more knowledgeable about how to find load-bearing walls and plumbing fixtures than the average weekend warrior homeowner. Homeowners who mistakenly take out fixtures inside their homes in an attempt to cut down on labor costs might find such miscues are far more costly than simply paying for the labor from the get-go. •Remember how flattering imitation can be. As the old adage goes, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." Homeowners working on tight budgets can opt for imitation materials that appear and feel just like more costly authentic materials. When opting for imitation materials, homeowners should know that they or their representatives cannot falsely represent the materials as authentic when selling the home, no matter how much materials look and feel like the real thing. •Schedule projects during the offseason. Like many professionals, contractors have busy seasons and seasons that tend to be slow. These seasons can change

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