Video; Marlene Owens Kindle Ebooks

By admin | January 13, 2014


Greeting,

Here is a ” Belated Happy New Year Gift” for you for being so supportive of me,
from 1-13-14- to 1-15-14.

Sign up at Amazon.com for an account. You can download a Kindle for your
desktop for free if you do not own one.

Go now and download my ” Video Kindle Recipes at “No Charge.”

Click or copy on below link.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?rh=n%3A133140011%2Ck%
3Amarlene+owens&keywords=marlene+owens&ie=UTF8

Or go to www.amazon.com/kindle ebooks and type in my name on “Search Button”

Go to Marlene Video Cookbook and register for upcoming Video Recipes below.

http://www.marlenevideocookbook.com/

Marlene Owens

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Marlene Owens Kindle eBooks |Recipes and Videos

By admin | November 22, 2013

Hello, Friends.

 

I have finally made it.  You can find my Kindle eBooks here. My plan is to make many more.

 

www.amazon.com/kindle eBooks.

 

Type in my name   Marlene Owens on the search button to see what I am offering.

 

All these recipe come with ” Videos ” so that you can se how I prepare each one.

 

Click on the Image above to Order

Easy Homemade Brownie Recipe; How to Make; Brownie Recipe from Scratch; Video.
Have you ever made an easy homemade Brownie, from scratch or a box recipe only to find out that you cannot get it out of the pan?
This has happened to me many times, and I found a solution.
Well, I have a secret tip for getting that Brownie homemade recipe out of the pan without any problems.
My how to make; Brownie recipe from scratch will show you an easy way. No more broken or half split Brownies.
This very easy homemade Brownie recipe that is made from scratch can be yours right now.
I have put together a Brownie recipe from scratch that you can follow without any problems.
**Bonus** Watch me in the Video(s) for my step by step instructions where I show you How to Make Brownie Recipe from scratch

 

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Steak and Potato Recipe; How to Cook; Steak and Potato Dinner Recipe; Video. Would you like to impress someone with your cooking skills?
Well you have come to the right place. This Delicious Steak and Potato Recipe is it! This is a great easy dish for meat and potatoes lovers.
Guess what? I make this dish to impress “ME.” Yes, this is one of my favorite Steak and Potato Recipe that I enjoy preparing, cooking, eating and bragging to myself.
My family and friends all agree with me and you will too.

** Bonus ** I give you not only the recipe, but I have Videos showing step by step instructions on How to Cook; Steak and Potato Dinner Recipe; Video.

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Sweet Potato Pie Recipe named Mini Sweet Potato Recipe; Easy Sweet Potato Pie Recipe; Video.
This Easy Sweet Potato Pie Recipe made into Mini Sweet Potato Pie Cups that you can put together in no time can also be used with leftover Sweet Potato Recipe.
These Easy Mini Sweet Potato Recipe Cups are also great for parties; Baby and Bridal Showers, dieters, children or just for you.
You will be asked to bring these Mini Sweet Potato Pies at your next gathering.
* Bonus * you will get the Mini Sweet Potato Pie Recipe and Videos. Watch me as I show you step by step instructions on how I make this delicious Easy Mini Sweet Potato Recipe.

 

Thanking you in advance,

Marlene Owens

 

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Marlene Cooking Club Newsletter | November 6, 2012 |

By admin | November 6, 2012

" How To Cook A Soul food Holiday Dinner! "

” Let Me Show You,”How To make This Soul Food Holiday Dinner via Videos! “

 

Hello, Fellow Cooks.

I am writing this short Blog Post to give you a ” Special Gift ” from me to you for subscribing or visiting this site.

I have been working on Foods4u2Cook ” Sister Site,” http://SoulFoodFoods.com

At http://soulfoodfoods.com I have put together a collection of my favorite “Holiday Dinner Recipes,” via Videos.

The Entire Membership Website is ” Free “

No cost to you for a limited time so hurry and Sign Up now. Yes, you may share SoulFoodFoods Website with your family and friends.

My only request is that you ” Register at http://SoulFoodFoods.com /”

Take a look at what I have done, check out the videos and perhaps some of them might be useful to you this Holiday Season.z



Sincerely,

Marlene Owens

 

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Video: Corned Beef Dinner-With Cabbage, Potatoes and Carrots!

By admin | July 10, 2012

” A Sure Winner “

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Corned Beef, Cabbage, Potatoes and Carrots!

by Marlene Owens

How To Get 3 Meals From 1 Recipe!  

Cooking Brisket Corned Beef is a great way to enjoy a delicious dinner when served with Cabbage, Carrots and Potatoes.

But Guess What?

We can make two additional  meals from this recipe with the leftover meat and vegetables.

With the meat, make a sandwich with Rye Bread, mustard topped with cabbage.

With the vegetables make a homemade soup.  Use Chicken broth, add the Cabbage, Carrots and Potatoes.

Check your refridgerator for some leftover vegetables like;  Spinach, string beans, Squash, red or Black Beans or any leftover salad that is fresh or limp like Onions, Cucumbers, tomatoes or any other vegetables that you have.  Be creative!

Can you now see the great potential of “Three Meals” from your Brisket Corned Beef, Cabbage and Carrots Recipe?

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Ingredients

3 pound Brisket Corned Beef
1 stalk of Celery
3 White Potatoes
3 Carrots
1 Cabbage

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Video: Pumpkin Pie — How To Make Homemade |

By admin | December 14, 2011

A Delicious Creamy Pie!

Here is an Easy Homemade Pumpkin Pie for you to make at home to share with your family and friends!

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Image: Homemade Orange Marmalade Jelly |

By admin | September 22, 2011

 

Homemade Orange Marmalade Jelly

by Marlene Owens

Summer is over and what a very hot season it was. Now that autumn is here let
us get started to cooking some easy budget foods like homemade jellys, cookies,
cakes, pies, breads and rolls that our family will enjoy and save money too.

I was checking some of my old recipes. and I decided to make Homemade Orange
Marmalade. This recipes goes great with many foods like toast, biscuits, ham,
chicken, and etc. According to my family, they liked it very much. So try it!

To prepare this delicious dish,
you will need to buy five or six oranges, ( I found the
seedless ones.) some sugar, water and Orange Jello. I used two pint size canning jars
to put them in. Clean the jars first with soap and water and then put them in a pot
with water over heat and sterilize the jars.

Wash the Oranges with a little soap and rinse well. Cut the oranges into quarters
and peel and slice them thinly. Try not to put the white pith in (tastes bitter) and
set aside. Then grate the rind of three oranges and place them with the oranges.

In a saucepan add the oranges and juice, zest, one cup of sugar or more to your
taste and about two cups of water. Let this cook for thirty minutes stirring often.

In another pot, place two cups of water and the Orange Jello on low heat. Taste it
and add more sugar if needed stirring until dissolved, then add to the orange
mixture and stir well. Let cool and place in jars. Then put in refridgerator.

Taste and enjoy the Homemade Orange Marmalade Jelly on buttered toast the next day!

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Extreme Couponing

By admin | June 28, 2011

Last month I described five reasons to steer clear of extreme couponing, and now I think I have a sixth: It brings out the worst in both consumers and retailers.

Industry watchers say TLC’s popular reality show, Extreme Couponing — which depicts coupon-obsessed men and women spending 30 to 40 hours a week cutting coupons to net pounds and pounds of groceries for pennies on the dollar (exhausted yet?) — may be causing more harm than good in the real world.

On the retail front, some big retailers — wary of couponing copycats — are pushing back on former coupon allowances for ordinary shoppers:

• At Rite Aid, shoppers can no longer combine buy-one-get-one-free coupons or promotions — a strategy that, in the past, allowed customers to get two free items. The chain is also limiting the number of coupons a shopper can use per item to four, as long as there is enough stock. Before, the store accepted “multiple identical coupons for multiple qualifying items.”

Target now forbids “stacking,” the act of combining manufacturer and store buy-one-get-one-free coupons, in order to receive both items for free.

Meanwhile, viewers are trying to take on the TV show’s tricks to no avail — and becoming depressed by their inability to replicate the savings achieved by the pros on the show. “Is Extreme Couponing Hurting Self Esteem?” asks Leah Ingram on her blog Suddenly Frugal. Phil Lempert, food industry expert and editor of Supermarketguru.com, told her that “shoppers no longer feel good about saving $10, or 10-to-20 percent. They’re becoming depressed that they are not able to buy $1,000 or more groceries for 25 cents.”

And, believe it or not, some of the coupon-obsessed across the country have reportedly turned to newspaper theft to take advantage of as many coupon circulars as possible. Some subscribers complain that their papers are missing coupon inserts, while some regional newspaper companies report papers have been stolen from coin-operated racks. Now, that’s extreme.

Coupon Dos & Don’ts

Still, as wary as I am of coupon mania, I’m willing to concede that there are some smart ways to use coupons — as long as you’re buying something you actually want or need. Many stores still have lenient policies. Here’s some advice for tactfully getting the most out of coupons and some coupon etiquette Do’s and Dont’s.

Do Know Your Limits. Save time, energy and embarrassment at the register by playing with the rules established by retailers and manufacturers. Visit their Web sites to learn if there have been any updates or changes to their coupon policies.

Do Ask Friends and Neighbors to Leave Aside Papers. Some people actually subscribe to newspapers for the articles, not the coupons. It’s perfectly acceptable to ask these friends and family members — politely — to set aside the coupons for you to pick up at a later time.

Don’t Barter for New Papers. According to a report in North County Times, local publishers say customers are asking to return papers for new ones with fresh coupon circulars. I’m all for trading up, but, really?

Do Start a Small Coupon Swap. Rather than stealing your neighbor’s Sunday paper to benefit from the extra coupon circular, create a support system through a small, local coupon exchange. Members can meet once a week in person for 30 minutes to exchange coupons for things they actually would buy anyway. (One person’s buy-one-get-one-free instant oatmeal is another person’s 50-cents-off cold cereal.) Online exchanges also exist at savingsadvice.com and thriftyfun.com.

Don’t Copy Coupons. Many stores mention in their coupon policies that “coupons are void if copied, scanned, transferred, purchased, sold …” etc. Again, stick with the official policy. You’ll still manage to save a good chunk of change — and by skipping a long debate at the checkout, you’ll also avoid unnecessary delays both for you and the shoppers waiting behind you.

Do Ask Manufacturers to Send Coupons Directly. If you can’t find manufacturers’ coupons readily on their Web sites, email or call them to request coupons be sent directly to your inbox. That’s what many successful couponers claim to do. It sometimes earns them freebies, as well.

This article is part of a series related to being Financially F

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Every month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month…….

By admin | June 11, 2011

Dear Subscribers and Friends,

I was sent this beautiful email about Breast Cancer and wanted to share it with you.

The images did not show up but the words are so meaningful.
And I hope you still enjoy reading this.

A birth certificate shows you were born.
A death certificate shows you have died.
A photo album shows you have lived.
Every month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month…….

Give this heart to everyone you don’t want to
lose in ‘2011 including me if you care.
Try to collect 12, it’s not easy!

‘Be kinder than necessary because everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.’
A sharp tongue can cut your own throat.
If you want your dreams to come true, you mustn’t oversleep.

Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important.
The best vitamin for making friends…… B1.

The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.
The heaviest thing you can carry is a grudge..

One thing you can give and still keep…is your word.
You lie the loudest when you lie to yourself.

If you lack the courage to start, you have already finished.
One thing you can’t recycle is wasted time.

Ideas won’t work unless ‘ You’ do.
Your mind is like a parachute…it functions only when open.

The 10 commandments are not a multiple choice.
The pursuit of happiness is the chase of a lifetime!

It is never too late to become what you might have been.

Life is too short to wake up with regrets.. So love
the people who treat you right.. Forget about the
ones who don’t. Believe everything happens for a reason.

If you get a second chance, grab it with both hands.
If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said life
would be easy, they just promised it would be worth it.

Friends are like balloons; once you let them go, you might not get them
back. Sometimes we get so busy with our own lives and problems that
we may not even notice that we’ve let them fly away.

Sometimes we are so caught up in who’s right and who’s wrong that we
forget what’s right and wrong.. Sometimes we just don’t realize what
real friendship means until it is too late. I don’t want to let that happen
so I’m going to tie you to my heart so I never lose you.

Send this to all your friends including me and see
how many you get back. Even send it to your
balloons that you think have flown away forever.
You may be surprised to see it return.

Send this heart to everybody that
has touched your life in a positive way.

Thank you for being in my life!!!

Much love,

Marlene,

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Video | Homemade Yummy Popsicles |

By admin | June 10, 2011

Homemade Yummy Popsicles


Healthy but yummy popsicles

Homemade Popsicles are definitely a welcome treat on these 90 degrees days here in Atlanta.. Not only are they healthy but delicious. You can be so creative with yours. I bought these Popsicle holder at one of the Dollar Stores. I am sorry I only bought one set. I must go and get more. I made these Popsicles with some of my Homemade Cranberry Raspberry Sauce, sweeten sliced Strawberries and Cranberry Black Cherry Juice. The grandchildren loved them.

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How to Organize a kitchen in 10 Minutes or Less

By admin | May 31, 2011

How to Organize a Kitchen in 10 Minutes or Less
by     Prerna Malik

An Organized Kitchen is a Joy – *Susie*Need to organize your kitchen? Well, you can get organized in just 10 minutes and make kitchen organization a breeze with these simple tips and ideas.

An untidy, chaotic kitchen is a homeowner’s worst nightmare and is an easy deterrent to the most avid cook.

If you’re pressed for time and lack the motivation to spend a whole day decluttering and organizing the pantry and kitchen cabinets, just spend short 10-minute intervals to spruce up the kitchen, clear countertops and organize utensils.

Here are simple 10-minute kitchen organization projects to help you get started.

Organize the Spice Rack and Food Wraps

All you need is 10 minutes or less to organize a spice rack. Quickly arrange similar-shaped containers or similar spices together and discard any spices that seem stale or are past their use-by date.

Alternatively, you can spend 10 minutes or less to collect all your rolls of aluminum foil, plastic wrap, sandwich baggies and other food packaging material and store them in the same drawer.

Easy-peasy and will make your time in the kitchen more productive.

You only need 10 minutes to sift through your pile of takeout menus and organize them. Keep the ones that you use regularly, discard the rest.

Create a master grocery list and use it for your monthly grocery shopping trips. Organize your coupons and keep them along with your grocery list.

You can also spend 10 minutes or a little more to organize your cookbooks.

Organize Kitchen Countertops
Kitchen countertops can be clutter-magnets.

Spend 10 minutes removing anything that doesn’t belong in the kitchen, returning kitchen items to their rightful place and storing rarely used appliances on higher shelves or at the back of the cabinet. Leave only the most essential, frequently used items on the countertop.

More Quick Kitchen Organization Tips

Here are some more simple and quick tips to an organized kitchen in 10 minutes or less:

•Keep items used together close to each other.
So, put coffee mugs next to the coffeemaker or cake tins in a cabinet close to the oven.

•Empty the refrigerator or freezer.

Discard stale or unusable items. Neatly store the rest.

•Do a quick pantry purge.

Discard items you’ve not used, are unlikely to ever use or those that are stale.

•Store kitchen cleaning supplies together under the sink.

You can also store your trashcan liners in a box or basket under the sink as well.

•Prettify the kitchen.

Add some pictures, a small vase with fresh flowers or a pot with herbs.

Kitchen organization needn’t be tough and cumbersome. Spending 10-minutes or so every now and then can ensure that you have an organized kitchen, pantry and refrigerator and can enjoy whipping up tasty, healthy meals for your loved ones.

For more intensive, kitchen organization projects, do read Kitchen Storage Organization Made Easy and Quick and Easy Kitchen Cleaning Tips and Ideas.

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