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Tips for summer cooking and a 'cool' kitchen

Temperatures and humidity outside are increasing and the desire to cook is decreasing. Are you feeling that way these days? This may not be due to a lack of wanting to cook, but rather to the need to keep your house as cool as possible. Keeping cool in the kitchen doesn’t mean you have to limit yourself to cold sandwiches every meal. You can still provide your family with tasty, healthful meals without heating up the house.

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