Planning Your Next Big Event? 4 Questions To Ask When Hiring A Caterer

If you're going to be catering an event, you want to make sure you're getting the best food, and the best service, for the best prices. That means you'll want to take your time before choosing your caterer. One way to make sure you're getting the best caterer is to ask plenty of questions. Here are four questions you should ask before you select the caterer for your next event: [Read More]

Hiring A Food Truck For Your Family Reunion Party: What Type Of Food To Have

A food truck is a great way to serve your large amount of guests in a fun and casual way. You can choose to pay the food truck vendor in advance to feed everyone, or allow your family members to buy their own grub as they see fit. Here are some ideas for the type of food you should have available so you can have a great mix of tasty treats everyone can enjoy. [Read More]

DIY Oven Element Troubleshooting And Repair

If you own a home, then you likely consider the appliances in your house to be essential to everyday life. This is especially true of your oven if you cook family dinners on a daily basis. The appliance is likely to cost you a few hundred to a few thousand dollars when purchased new, with installation costing an extra $100 to $ 250. If you splurge for one of the more costly ovens, then you certainly do not want to replace the appliance if it suddenly breaks on you. [Read More]

What School Lunch Programs May Your Child Benefit From?

With ever-increasing grocery costs, feeding your family on a tight budget can feel tougher than ever before. You may be facing some difficult decisions -- such as having to juggle regular bills to afford groceries, or putting off new clothing or other necessary purchases. However, if your child attends public school and your income is at or below a certain threshold, your child may be entitled to a number of free or reduced-cost breakfast, lunch, and summer meal programs. [Read More]