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Splitting a Cake

When I need to cut a layer cake in half horizontally to make a Boston cream pie or other filled cake, I use a length of unflavored dental floss or sewing thread to simplify the task. Just wrap the…

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Spreadable Butter

To spread softened butter evenly in a jiffy, I put the butter in a resealable sandwich-size plastic bag. I seal it shut and cut off one corner to create a pastry-style bag. This way, I can squeeze…

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Spreading Butter

If your butter is too cold to spread well on rolls or bread, slice it thinly with a potato peeler, then spread. —Theresa Langston, Hessmer, Louisiana

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Sticker Stock

When I stock up on ingredients to make special recipes for a holiday feast or birthday party, I want to be sure my family does not devour them in advance. So I devised a simple solution. I place…

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Sticky Marshmallows

To separate sticky marshmallows, I place a spoonful of powdered sugar in the bag and shake it well. A few stubborn marshmallows might still need to be separated by hand, but this generally works…

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Store Label

After enjoying a particular brand of pancake syrup, my family asked that I pick up another bottle. Unfortunately, I couldn’t remember where I purchased the syrup. Over time, I bought several other…

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Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

When making stuffed cabbage rolls, cook the whole head of cored cabbage in the microwave for about 15 minutes. The cabbage leaves will be cooked and ready to roll up when you’re done preparing the…

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Stuffed Turkey

To stuff a turkey, I put a plastic sandwich bag over my hand so I can "grab" the stuffing and insert it into the bird. It makes the job go faster and eliminates messy cleanup. —Pat Williams,…

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Stuffing Pasta Shells

A rubber-tipped baby spoon makes quick work of filling manicotti pasta shells. The spoon fits nicely inside the noodle, and the filling mixture doesn’t stick to its rubber coating. —Toni B.,…

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Sugar Cereal Overload

When you're down to the bottom of a box of sweetened cereal, there are always a lot of sugar crumbs left. I lift out the bag, cut a small hole in the bottom corner and shake out the sugar crumbs…

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