DATE POSTED: June 19, 2019
With summer comes the inevitable presence of bugs. Indian meal moths and grain beetles can infest New England kitchens and pantries. This can happen because of moisture getting into food products, bird seed sitting around too long, or you might even be bringing them home from the grocery store.
DATE POSTED: January 31, 2019
There is nothing worse than preparing for a day of cooking and baking, only to find bugs hidden in the food that has been stored in your kitchen or pantry.
DATE POSTED: October 10, 2018
Some of the worst invasions of pests include the ones that involve your stored foods. Opening up a package to find bugs crawling around inside can be a quick way to make one lose their appetite!
DATE POSTED: February 12, 2015
Alright, soldier! Are you ready to get that panty into tip top shape? This is war. And, there is no room for the weak of heart! You need to be ruthless. You need to be a well oiled machine. It is kill or be bugged! What's it going to be, soldier? Are you going to stop those bugs in their tracks, or crawl home to Mommy? Okay. Maybe I went a little overboard on the drama. You get the point. Those…
DATE POSTED: January 12, 2015
Did you put on a few holiday pounds? Who didn't? My grandmother use to say, "A moment on the lips; a lifetime on the hips." There is a lot of wisdom in that. But it hasn't kept me from packing down the holidays pies--at least, not yet.
DATE POSTED: December 19, 2014
There is a long, and very boring list of pantry pests that I could bore you with, but it really comes down to four classifications: moths, beetles, weevils, and foraging pests. But, instead, give me a minute of your time, and I'll give you a lesson on pantry pests that will stay with you longer than a Schoolhouse Rock jingle.