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Small Kitchen Hacks

Coconut milk, wine, and stock- ice cube ‘em Minced ginger, garlic – bag it Tomato paste label not blood Chiles in adobo – for impromptu cashew salsa Citrus juice– ice cube ‘em thaw for dressings Cilantro stems – hello chutney

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Kitchen Hack: The Multitask

An egg for every pot…when you’re boiling grains, throw in a few unpeeled eggs for the last 8 minutes of cook time. Don’t worry: The grains won’t taste eggy and the hardboiled eggs won’t taste grainy

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Prevention in the Kitchen

• Make potholders & tablecloths unstainable: Spray new potholders & tablecloths with spray starch. This will prevent greasy stains and keep them looking like new. Reapply starch after laundering. • Prevent refrigerator odors: Place an uncovered cup of baking soda … Continue reading

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Kitchen Hacks: Part 2

Organize your utensils as you load your dishwasher. It makes you  feel accomplished when I’m unloading. Putting a wooden spoon on a pot of water to prevent it from  boiling over. The best skill in any anywhere else is a … Continue reading

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Kitchen Hacks

My sister was standing, looking in my freezer and replied, “I love that you lay your Ziploc bags flat.” “Yeah, it’s always more appetizing and provides more room in the freezer.” She then asked, “Why the hell did I open … Continue reading

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