thin-apple-slicer

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<h3>It’s Best to Eat the Peels</h3> Your grandmother was right when she said, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” especially if you eat the peel. You can boost your fiber intake if you eat more fruits with peels such as apples, pears, grapes, plums and berries. Thin Apple Slicer: Cover pops out 16 […]

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produce-keeper

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How to Store Lettuce Wash lettuce in cold water and drain very well. Use a salad spinner or pat it dry with paper towels. Store in a resealable plastic bag or an airtight container with a dry paper towel in the bottom to absorb any leftover moisture. Replace the towel if it gets wet. To […]

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greenonions

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Scissors-Cut Green Onions When a recipe calls for green onions, it is easier and faster to cut them with a kitchen scissors than with a knife. If the recipe calls for quite a few onions, grab a bunch at one time and snip away. You’re done before you know it, and this saves you from […]

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onions

How to Store Onions

Store onions in a cool, dry place with good air circulation for up to 2 months. Humidity causes onions to spoil faster. Once cut, wrap tightly and store in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. To prevent refrigerator odor use an onion keeper.  Air tight storage container perfect for storing half an onion or […]

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fish-spatula

Cool Gadgets: Fish Spatula

Frying fish is much easier with this fish spatula.The angled slotted blade slips easily under delicate fish for lifting and turning. Food-Safe Silicone surrounds a Stainless Steel Core for Superior Performance Slotted Blade specially designed to drain oils and liquids Heat Resistant to 550F. Safe for your non-stick pans Length 11-Inch Dishwasher Safe $10.99 (Use […]

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greenonions

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Using Green Onions Green onions are a milder, versatile alternative to onions. The white parts are great for cooking, but mild enough to work into raw salsas and salads. The green parts work in either, too, but have an almost herbal quality when raw. To prep them, first pull off and discard any soft outer […]

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