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DIY! Take any accent cabinet and cut holes for food bowls in lower shelf. Great way to organize your pet's corner of the kitchen.

Marbled Easter Eggs How-To ~ these decorative eggs are made using shaving cream and food coloring

Cleaning Greasy Oven Filters: Fill your biggest pot with water and bring it to a boil. Add 1/2C of baking soda VERY SLOWLY! (about a Tbs at a time because it fizzes) Then take your caked-with-grease filter and submerge it in the pot. (Well, 1/2 of it anyway.) Boil several minutes. Rinse until water runs clear.

onions can store for 8 months..in pantyhose : tie a knot between onions and you can then clip the knot as you need an onion. Good for home-grown onions that are all here at the same time...

Orange peels, vinegar in a quart jar, let sit for 10 days or so...strain out the liquid and use as an all-purpose cleaner. Easy, cheap, natural, smells good!

Remove a splinter easily by applying a paste of baking soda and water, then waiting several minutes for the splinter to pop out of the skin. Gotta remember this!

Don't let mosquitoes get the best of you! Put original Listerine in a spray bottle and spray away:) The mosquitoes will not be a pest anymore! Safe for babies, animals, and big babies! Without pesticides!!!!

To test the freshness of your refrigerated eggs, place each raw egg in a pot of water. If the egg floats, it's rotten. If it stands on its pointy end, it's 10 to 14 days old. If the egg tilts, it's about 3 or 4 days old. You want and egg to sink and lie on its side. That means it's fresh – any fresher, and a live chicken will be walking out of your kitchen.

So simple and so needed when cooking for one.

Aluminum Foil as Glassware Scrubber To get baked-on food off a glass pan or an oven rack, use dishwashing liquid and a ball of foil in place of a steel-wool soap pad, says Mary Findley, president of the cleaning-products developer Mary Moppins. It's one way to recycle those used but perfectly good pieces of foil you hate to throw out.