Show Subscription Form




Timesavers

Coffee Filter Tape

I had a stack of coffee filters that wouldn't separate. I grabbed a small piece of Scotch tape, touched it to the top filter and it easily came off the stack by itself. Now I keep the tape…

Read more »

Coffee Grinder

Some people like to grind their spices fresh in a coffee grinder. This often leaves a residue of spice or at least an aroma in the grinder. Putting a fresh piece of white bread in the grinder…

Read more »

Colored Cutting Boards

I purchased several different colored plastic cutting boards for my kitchen and use a different color for each type of food (pink for vegetables, white for raw meats, clear for cooked meats,…

Read more »

Container Cover Bag

I have lots of plastic storage containers for keeping my leftovers. But finding the matching lids to the containers can be time-consuming. So I bought a small net laundry bag and some plastic…

Read more »

Cookie Crumb Topping

Instead of throwing away the cookie crumbs that fall through the rack while the cookies are cooling, I store them in an airtight container. The crumbs make a nice topping for ice cream, pudding…

Read more »

Cookie Floss

One reader asked how she could slice refrigerator cookies and keep their nice round shape. The answer is dental floss! Slide a piece (about 1 foot long) under the roll of dough, crisscross the…

Read more »

Cooler Ice Blocks

Here’s a handy tip you can use when you go camping or on a picnic. Instead of using ice cubes in your cooler to keep the contents chilled, fill a clean gallon milk jug (or two half-gallon jugs)…

Read more »

Coring Lettuce

Here's a tip that makes it easy to remove the core from a head of iceberg lettuce. Hold the head with both hands and firmly hit the head, core side down, against your countertop. Then twist the…

Read more »

Corn Brush

Want to brush away corn silk in a jiffy? Buy a hairbrush with flexible plastic bristles that have rounded ends. They will protect the kernels while the bristles effectively remove the silk as you…

Read more »

Corn in a Kettle

Have a hard time fitting several ears of fresh corn in a kettle to cook? Lay a tall stockpot on its side and stack the ears of corn in it. Stand it up, add water and boil as usual. My pot is 8…

Read more »

Page 6 of 40   ...2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT
Advertise with us ADVERTISEMENT

Follow Us

Advertise with us ADVERTISEMENT