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The Mason Jar Blender Trick Sometimes there are kitchen tips that float around on the Internet for years before you bump into them. Sometimes those tips are potentially life-changing. Like this one: did you know that a standard mason jar can be used in place of the pitcher on most blenders? What the what?

These White Chocolate Pumpkin Snickerdoodles are a MUST try! So soft & chewy without being cakey using a few kitchen tested tricks.

Going to try the Ketchup bottle trick and premake some batter for easy mornings.

TRICK FOR SQUEEZING LEMONS: Use a pair of sturdy tongs to get more juice out of lemons, limes, and oranges. Cut the fruit in half, and place a piece between the prongs. (The inner lip on metal ones will minimize slippage.) Working over a pitcher, squeeze the open end of the tongs with both hands. When finished, pour the juice through a sieve.

Kitchen 101: Baking Substitutions. An information potluck featuring tips and tricks from over 20 food bloggers and cookbook authors!

wrap the top of bananas with plastic wrap and they should keep 3 to 5 days longer

How to Make Rosemary Oil ala Versatile Vegetarian Kitchen... There is a trick, it's more than just dropping some herbs in a bottle. So good when done right!

Here Are 21 Food Tricks That Totally Change Everything – The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome

Unique Tricks that will make your Life Easier in the Kitchen

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DianaDee's super fast easy LOW FAT Tuna Fish salad for sandwiches or lettuce: Mix 2 cans drained tuna with 1/2 can un-diluted Cream of celery soup. Add extra chopped celery and onion to taste. Add Black pepper and a bit of Old Bay Seasoning. Chill, enjoy. Created this trick in college kitchen late one night.... adding a slice of American cheese on top, plus a bit of cottage cheese or Bacon pieces... -DdO:) www.pinterest.com...

These kitchen tricks will make cooking SO much easier - especially like mayo, corn cutting, gluten-free breadcrumbs!

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These White Chocolate Pumpkin Snickerdoodles are a MUST try! So soft & chewy without being cakey using a few kitchen tested tricks. Recipe b...