Better method to roast garlic - how did I not know this??
Make these chalkboard clothespins to clip on dishes at a pot luck. Let eaters know what it is - so smart!
Darling jelly jar salt and pepper shakers - Sweet Paul
Buy some cheap foam blocks and paint them, and you have a floor mat.
BEST idea ever!! I hate stuff on the counter!
Fridge-side magnetic spice rack. Good looking, and practical. Mmmm.
Meal Planning 101- Display Your Menu
Using a tension rod to secure pot lids inside a drawer. Clever.
The mixer sits on the shelf in the cabinet and pops up when needed. There is also a plug in the cabinet, so no need to even mess with cords!
2) Meal cards have ingredients listed on the back, so I just gather my cards for the week, flip them over, and jot down the ingredients I need on my shopping list. 3) Using the two pockets I can store all of my meal cards right on the board. With a rotating system, I start with all the cards in the lower box and then after we have that meal, I place the c...
The Scrap Trap is an invaluable kitchen item that will have you wondering how you ever lived without it. The trap slips over your drawer top to keep counters and sinks clear while you prepare food. Equipped with a scraper, peelings, scraps, shells and more are easily removed into the bin. The scrap trap is perfect for cleaning up while you cook. Save the scraps for easy composting.
Scrap Trap Bin & Scraper - attaches to any drawer, use it while you are cooking to slide any peelings, shells, etc. in.
Kitchen organization. Chalkboard inside pantry doors. Now that the kids are older and can cook a bit, food/ingredients tend to disappear without my knowledge. Nice idea to have a place to write down items that need to be renewed. May also use this for a "do not use" list - so that the ingredients I need for a planned meal are there when I need them.
inside of the kitchen cabinets?
A very fresh egg, placed in water, will lie on the bottom. A week-old egg will lie on the bottom but bob slightly. An egg that is around three weeks old will balance on its small end, with the large end up. And a bad egg will float.