Get Your Pantry Organized

Celebrity chef Sunny Anderson has a couple tips for you to make the most of your grocery budget. Watch the video above to learn more, and read these quick takeaways below.

The canned goods, spices and herbs you’ve purchased do have a shelf life, so it’s really smart to incorporate them into your home menu soon.

  • Canned food: Think of your canned goods as multipurpose ingredients. Beans, for example, can be used in a dip, stew or salad, among other recipes. You can research ways to change things up on Easy Meals, as well.
  • Spices and herbs: They usually have a shelf life of six months to one year. Do a smell test to make sure they are pungent like they should be. If they are good to go, try creating a house blend for scrambled eggs, chicken rubs, salads or marinades.

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