If you have pomegranates, make it the center of your meal. Create a pomegranate cocktail, cook the pork chop in it, and finish with a shortbread crumble with blueberry and pomegranate. Do you get the picture? It is not as difficult as you think and you can apply it with any fresh ingredient that you can think of. It puts your money to great use in the same way it does every time you use coupons like this SAVE $1.00 on any five (5) packages of Buddig Original 2oz Varieties.
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