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                                        "Do you have a common household problem you'd like solved?"


                                        For over 50 years those words have introduced Detroit's biggest electronic backfence: "Ask Your Neighbor". Every morning, our "neighbors" have exchanged recipes and household hints, how to do it and where to get it problems on one of Detroit's oldest radio shows. What follows is information from and about our monthly publication "The Menu Minder" which contains recipes and household hints from the radio show, broadcast information, and hundreds of free recipes and household hints for you to download.

                                        Click on welcome to learn more about the show, our live internet broadcast (in MP3), the archives with the last 10 shows, food, cooking, recipes and household hints:



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