Why does it seem like your favorite kitchen tools are always the hardest to clean? If you find yourself wondering if the juice is worth the squeeze—quite literally—when it comes to cleaning your juicer (and all its accompanying parts), you’re definitely not alone. Instead of skipping your morning French press because of its confusing clean-up ...
You’re all ready to recycle and do your part for the environment, but then the questions start. Can I actually recycle this? Which numbers are OK for my bin? And what do those numbers mean anyway? Today we’re answering your recycling questions, and shedding some light on how to decode the mystery numbers on certain ...
Few tools are as important in the kitchen as a good knife. Without one, chopping, slicing, and julienning ingredients would be virtually impossible. Equally important is keeping your knife sharp—use a dull blade and you’ll end up with nothing but bruised herbs and mangled meat on your cutting board. Read on to find out how ...
According to a recent study, Americans consume about 400 million cups of coffee per day so it’s safe to say we’re pretty devoted to our daily dose of caffeine. And though we may rely on it as an early-morning pick-me-up, coffee also serves up some potential benefits. But if you find yourself hitting the local ...
Once upon a time, precious weekends were spent running countless errands, braving long checkout lines at the grocery store, and stocking the pantry for the week ahead. But thanks to the ease, affordability, and exceptional quality of online groceries, those days are over. Weekends can officially be your time again.
Switch back and forth between burners to pump up the positive vibes in your kitchen.
Fresh and bright, lemon is the smell of cleanliness. Just a whiff evokes images of laundry just pulled off the clothesline, sparkling-clean glasses, and shiny buffed floors.
“Large iced coffee, extra half-and-half and nine sugars!”
In 1971, Rival introduced a revolutionary kitchen appliance: the Crock-Pot. Promising to “cook all day while the cook’s away,” as one advertisement read, it appealed to an emerging market of working women by providing an easier way to get dinner on the table.
To restore the bubbles to that bubbly, all you need is that box of raisins.
I grew up begrudgingly hand-washing the dishes. Using the dishwasher was strictly forbidden. “It’s a waste of water,” mom swore. She used it to store pots, pans, and tupperware to make sure it never served its true purpose.
I’m that annoying person who squeezes every last ounce of toothpaste from the tube, and refuses to throw away jeans until holes make them essentially unwearable.
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