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Easy Cleaning

When you burn something in a pan and it leaves a crust, cover the burn with about an inch of water, add a teaspoon of cream of tartar and bring to a boil. The black crust will flake off and leave…

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Easy Cleanup

When kneading bread dough or decorating sugar cookies on your kitchen table, place masking tape over the seams of the table. This will prevent ingredients from getting between the table’s leaves,…

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Easy Cleanup Idea

Before you mix pie dough, lightly coat your pastry blender with cooking spray. This makes cleanup a breeze. —Betty F., Claypool, Indiana

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Easy Cleanup of Casseroles

When making casseroles, I spray a fine mist of nonstick cooking spray on the dish before I fill it. It makes serving the casserole, plus the cleanup, so much easier. —Joy B., Cincinnati, Ohio

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Easy Cream Cheese Frosting

Pat Reis has a simple way to stretch a can of frosting. From Early, Iowa, she pens, “I combine a softened 8-ounce package of cream cheese with a can of frosting. It makes a light, less-sweet…

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Easy Dough for Tarts

When making tarts, I put a ball of dough into each cup and loosely cover the pan with plastic wrap. Using my fingers, I press the dough into a tart shape through the plastic. Then I peel off the…

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Easy Dumplings

To make easy dumplings, I simply cut flour tortillas into strips and add them to boiling broth a few at a time so they don’t stick together. —Cheryl Maczko, Arthurdale, West Virginia

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Easy Italian Spaghetti Sauce

For easy spaghetti sauce, I blend a can or two of Italian diced tomatoes until smooth, heat and serve over noodles. Already spiced, the sauce tastes wonderfully fresh. —Karen Victor,…

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Easy Lasagna Preparation

When preparing a pan of lasagna, I place the cheese mixture in a large resealable plastic bag with one corner snipped off. Then I squeeze the mixture out evenly onto the noodles. It’s easy, and…

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Easy Seasoning

My husband punched a few holes in a decorative canning jar lid; then I filled a pint-size canning jar with a mixture of 1 cup salt, 1/4 cup pepper and 1/4 cup garlic powder. (You could also add…

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