It happens to the best of us. A glass that wasn’t properly loaded breaks in your dishwasher’s rinse cycle. Luckily there’s an easy and safe way to remove the glass without getting your fingers sliced. Start by grabbing a flashlight and turning off the lights in your kitchen. Shine the flashlight in the bottom of the dishwasher. Any pieces of […]
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Do you ever make fried chicken at home? It’s one of the best comfort foods of summer, but can be time-consuming to make. If you decide to give it a go (like our recipe for Easy Fried Chicken), use this trick to keep your chicken crispy while you finish preparing dinner. Once your chicken pieces are done frying, set them […]
If you can never seem to find your favorite recipe (was it in the red cookbook, or last month’s Real Simple), try creating a recipe index to easily put your hands on what you’re looking for. Whether you use a card file, or even a document on your computer, record these things about each recipe: Title of the Recipe The […]
Having spent a little more than three years living with a kitchen that was smaller than my cubicle at work, I fully appreciate this all-in-one cookware solution from Bialetti that I found while browsing TheKitchn’s coverage of the International Housewares Show that took place in Chicago in March.
Another product to file under “Why didn’t I think of that?!”: Dreamfarm has come out with a pair of tongs that has the spoon res built right in. Take a look:
In hopes of providing a little inspiration for any weekend projects you might be tackling, I wanted to share one I did a few months ago with you.
I have these lovely soap dispensers that I use for both dish soap and hand soap. They originally held Cucina hand soap (one of them still does), which is some of the best smelling hand soap ever.
I decided to etch the words “dish” and “hand” on the containers so that we could tell them apart when they are both eventually filled with clear soaps.
Keep reading to see how it turned out.
Another goal that came up a couple of times when we asked what you wanted help with in 2011 was getting your recipes organized. While this is more of an on-going task instead of a 10-minute task, the payoff—not having to hunt for that mouth-watering chicken soup recipe—is worth it.
Click through to find out how to keep your recipes organized.