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Always Veggie Fresh

Here’s a very cheap and easy tip for how to keep your veggies fresh and tasty. Keep your veggies in a plastic zip bag. Add a paper towel or napkin to the bag. This will absorb the condensation from the vegetables preventing them from wilting. Replace the paper towel or napkin once you notice it […]

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Tea Bag Tip

This is a time and a mess saver!  When making iced tea, use a spring-type clothespin to clip the teabags all together and attach to the top of your pot or pitcher for steeping.   When steeping is done, it is easy to remove them all at once to discard.  No mess!  

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No-Mess Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs are always the perfect appetizer for any gathering, but the normal process for mixing up the filling is messy and involves a lot of cleanup. So here’s an easy, no-mess way to make deviled egg filling. After boiling your eggs, cut them in half lengthwise and scoop out the yolks. Place the yolks […]

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Grate No More

Grated cheese is great (pun intended) for any dish, but grating it yourself takes time and even if you buy it grated, it’s much more expensive. Here’s an effortless, cheap way to make grated cheese. Buy a block of your desired cheese from your local supermarket. Take the block out of its wrapping and place […]

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How to Safely Take your Cake from Here to There

We’re all familiar with those movie clips of when someone is transporting a cake and suddenly it all goes wrong. We’ve watched that cake fly through the air and *SPLAT* right on the ground. The disappointment is crushing. SO…. to avoid this catastrophe, here’s a cheap and easy tip for SAFELY transporting your cake from […]

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How to Rescue Burned Cookies

Don’t throw away those burnt cookies! Wait a day or two until they set up,  then take them to the cheese grater. Grate off the burnt surface using the  the fine side of your grater or microplane. That thin, burnt bottom surface is only a fraction of the thickness of the whole cookie. You will […]