baking

Creating Crunchy Home Fries For Breakfast

The weekend is nearly here and perhaps you celebrate the weekend with a hearty made-from-scratch breakfast for the family! But if your home fries are always coming out soggy, add some baking soda to the mix. Baking soda breaks down the outside of the potato to help create a starchy, kinda mushy...
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Rely On Recipe Descriptions And Not Cooking Time

Following a recipe will ensure whatever you are cooking will turn out perfect. Through most (if not all) of these recipes, you may have noticed they provide two pieces of guiding information: how long you should cook an ingredient, and what that ingredient should look like before moving on to the...
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Secrets Of The Great British Baking Show

When it comes to cooking programs, The Great British Baking Show is one of the top. In its 10th season on British TV and streaming on Netflix (but just one new episode a week), the show has captured a world-wide audience in its weekly baking challenges that become increasingly difficult for the...
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Secrets Of The Great British Baking Show

When it comes to cooking programs, The Great British Baking Show is one of the top. In its 10th season on British TV and streaming on Netflix (but just one new episode a week), the show has captured a world-wide audience in its weekly baking challenges that become increasingly difficult for the...
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Restore Scratched Glass With This Simple Hack

A scratch on a glass table can be one of the worst eye sores in your home. However there's a pretty simple hack you can use to buff out minor scratches. All you need is a lint-free cloth, a non-gel toothpaste that contains backing soda and a damp cloth. First clean and dry the glass using a glass...
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Foods That Act As Laxatives

From time to time sinks, toilets and tubs get clogged up. The same can be said for you too. But rather than reaching for a box of laxatives, which are usually filled with chemicals, try these all natural ways to free up the flow. Believe it or not plain old water is one of the best ways to reduce...
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Fight Oil Splatters With Paper Towels And Baking Sheets

Cooking oil adds flavor to our foods but it is a headache to clean as it splatters all over the cooktop and surrounding countertops and the backsplash. But you can combat the cooking oil splatters with two ingredients: paper towels and a baking sheet. Oil and water never mix, so take your paper...
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Use A Grater To Soften Butter Quickly

Picture it. Saturday morning. You eagerly await for two pieces of whole wheat bread to "pop" out of the toaster perfect crisp, light and warm. You then realize that all the butter in your house is still being chilled inside the refrigerator! Now you could take a stick and zap it for a few seconds...
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Clean Your Garbage Disposal With Stuff You Already Have in Your Kitchen

The trash can usually has the reputation of hosting the stickiest contents in your kitchen. However there's a lot of stink in the sink thanks to your dirty garbage disposal. Here’s the thing about garbage disposals: You put yucky, smelly food down them, so they’re going to stink if you don’t clean...
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Tricks On Getting Sweat And Other Stains Out Of Your Clothes

No matter the season there is one thing you are certain to do in Florida and that's sweat! Not only do we sweat from head to toe but it ruins many a nice shirt and blouses. However there's a surprisingly easy trick for getting them out and it only requires four things. Dawn dish soap, hydrogen...
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