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Dear Heloise: When we have company over, we often have finger foods and dipping sauces. Instead of buying fancy little dishes for the dipping sauces, I reuse yogurt and pudding containers. I remove any paper labels they have on them, wash them and reuse them. When they have seen enough use and need to be replaced, I just toss them in the recycle bin for pickup by the city. -- Jean T., Derby, Connecticut

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Dear Heloise: Whenever you have trouble opening a tight jar lid, set a hairdryer on high and, in a circular motion, move it over the lid. The heat will release the seal. Works every time. -- J.R., Toronto, Ohio

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He’s a partner with Bacardi Limited in D’Usse cognac. D’Usse XO has notes of ripe blackberry and apricot and D’Usse VSOP includes hints of spices, almond and cinnamon. They’re made at the Chateau de Cognac in France.

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The MMA champion launched Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey last year. It expresses his love of all things Ireland. The whiskey has hints of vanilla and a honey-like sweetness. $24.99. A portion of proceeds goes to first responder organizations. Shop around.

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The opening question was a batting practice fastball for the Democratic candidates: Should Trump be impeached?

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"Bleh, too tomatoey. With an odd hint of cinnamon? WHY?" wrote reporter Grace Wong, who ranked these her worst.