The easiest way to cook corn on the cob? Throw it in the oven. Leave the husk on and bake in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for minutes. The husk traps the moisture, leaving you with juicy, tender corn. (Husk and silk peel off easily after corn is baked.
Vanilla Ice Cubes - use in everything from coke for vanilla coke to iced coffee or tea. The options are limitless - gives a creamy vanilla taste to whatever it's in. 1 c almond milk, c sugar, vanilla, freeze in ice trays.
10 Tips to Simplify Baking. Example: HEAVY CREAM ~If you need heavy cream for a recipe, make your own by combining mix cup whole milk with cup melted unsalted butter. This will give you 1 cup of heavy cream Tips to Simplify Baking)
Tips: ~Top 31 Things You Can Freeze To Save Time and Money ~ ("ever wonder why plastic milk jugs have those circle indents on the side? They are there to allow milk to expand while freezing! I had no idea!") ~ Great site with the best freezer tips
If you wrap your celery in tinfoil before placing it in the fridge it will last for weeks and will still be fresh and crisp when you pull it out. This also works for stored broccoli for 7 weeks wrapped in tinfoil and heads of lettuce for at least 6 weeks.
KEEPING BERRIES FROM GOING MOLDY! one part vinegar (white or apple cider probably work best) and ten parts water. Dump berries into mixture and swirl around. Drain, rinse vinegar kills any mold spores and other bacteria
I'm thinking freeze when you only want half the avocado. Another pinner wrote: Freeze avocados once they’re ripe! Great for when they go on sale, or when you need an avocado and they’re all too firm at the store. They keep for MONTHS this way! Who knew?