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Mealtime salvation


Published: Wed, January 16, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

Mealtime salvation

“What’s for dinner?”

It’s often the most dreaded question of the day.

Between school, activities, work and life, there are nights the big dinner decision doesn’t happen until the last possible minute.

Fortunately, the answer is probably right in your pantry — canned food.

Canned foods are not only convenient and budget- friendly, they reduce your cooking time and inspire whole some and delicious meals your family will love.

Recipes, including one for Stir-Fried Ginger Beef and Broccoli (above), on C2.

New from Kraft

A new Kraft offering is three flavors of its Homestyle Macaroni & Cheese Dinner mixes in single-serve (1-cup) microwave tubs.

The regular Homestyle offerings, which make four 1-cup servings, involve boiling the dry macaroni and preparing a cooked sauce with butter, milk and the included cheese and seasoning packets.

The new single-serve mixes just have you add water and the seasoning packet to the tub, microwave and stir in the prepared cheese sauce.

The new offering is at stores nationwide.

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