cabbage. INSANELY delicious, easy, inexpensive & healthy.  (1 t. olive oil, 2 T. bacon bits, 2 T lemon juice, 1 T. worcestershire, 1/4 t. salt, 1/4 t. pepper, 1  Cabbage, quartered, individually wrapped.  Bake at 425 degrees for 20-30 minutes)

Grilled cabbage 1 t olive oil 2 T bacon bits 2 T lemon juice 1 T worcestershire t salt t pepper 1 Cabbage, quartered, individually wrapped. Bake at 425 degrees for minutes). use turkey bacon

Freeze Avocadoes

Pink Sugar Bowl: Over Ripe Avocados? Don't throw them out! Freeze avocados once they're ripe! They keep for MONTHS this way!

Philly-Cheesesteak-Stuffed-Bell-Peppers - these are really good, if you've never tried them before.

Easy, delicious and healthy Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Bell Peppers recipe from SparkRecipes. See our top-rated recipes for Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Bell Peppers.

Cake sizes & servings. Good to know

Jamie and Tonya - these serving sizes are wrong, totally wrong!Tips & Tricks: Cake Serving Size Chart

taco shells - why didn't I think of that?

Bake Tortillas Into Hard Taco Shells on Your Oven Rack.Quick and easy! Make freshly baked flat-bottom hard taco shells in your oven - It works great with both flour and corn tortillas.

From the page: "I am forever grateful to Alton Brown for teaching me an easier way to make PERFECT hard-boiled eggs - don't boil them at all BAKE THEM!"

Baked Hard-Cooking Eggs - Who knew? Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs - 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Post says "Baked eggs are better because they are less sulfurous (smelly) and the texture of the finished eggs is creamier.

what a great idea! such a time saver for birthday parties- scoop the ice cream into lined cupcake pans & put them in the freezer. then just pull them out when you cut the cake & serve!

Serving Cake and Ice Cream Like a Pro

scoop ice cream into baking cups before party and put in the freezer until cake is served.scoop ice cream into baking cups before party and put in the freezer until cake is served.

Unopened can of condensed milk + 8 hours on low (completely submerged in water) in the crock pot + cool down in the fridge = Caramel! This is the best cararmel I've ever had, let alone made! It's so easy! Need to try this!

Caramel sauce - 1 unopened can of sweetened condensed milk + 8 hours on low (completely submerged) in the crock pot + cool down in the fridge = CARAMEL! (many pins say to use condensed milk - it will only work with sweetened condensed milk.

Spray the top of guacamole with cooking spray and place in fridge.  Next day it will still be green.  Will definitely be trying this...

Top Ten "Good Things" From YOU

Save leftover guacamole without it turning brown. Place the guac in the container and spray the top of guacamole with non stick cooking spray and place in the refrigerator. The next day the guacamole will still be green.

beef + soy sauce + brown sugar + garlic + broccoli + crock pot = Beef and Broccoli

CROCKPOT BEEF & BROCCOLI boneless beef chuck roast, sliced into thin strips 1 cup beef consumme ½ cup soy sauce ⅓ cup brown sugar 1 tbls sesame oil 3 garlic cloves, minced 2 tbls cornstarch 2 tbls sauce from crock pot Fresh broccoli

FOR BIG FAMILY GET TOGETHERS...CANT BELIEVE WE DIDNT KNOW ABOUT THIS:  Cooler corn...easy way to cook corn on the cobb especially for a large crowd..one cooler... 2 kettles of  boiling hot water poured over the corn and close. Twenty to thirty minutes later...perfectly cooked corn that stays that wayfor a couple of hours.

Awesome idea for a large summer cookout or at the beach with family. Put shucked corn in a cooler. Pour boiling water over corn then close the cooler. In about 30 minutes you have perfectly cooked corn.

Cook hash browns in a waffle iron...I always want CRISPY hashbrowns and it never seems to work. I think this is the ticket!!

Cook hash browns in a waffle iron for extra crispy goodness. Who doesn't love extra crispy hash browns?

A Pinner said: one of the most useful things I learned in culinary school was how to cut melon... I started cutting my watermelon this way and no longer dread it! Great for all of us to know; so easy!

A Pinner said: one of the most useful things I learned in culinary school was how to cut melon. I started cutting my watermelon this way and no longer dread it! plus how to pick the perfect watermelon!

Design graphs

This simple infographic breaks down the essential vitamins we need to maintain a healthy, balanced diet. It also displays the benefits of these vitamins and how we can put them in our diet.

Real ~ Not Real?

This is how I do hardboiled eggs now-- I do half/whole carton and kyle and I eat them throughout the week-- for breakfast, post-workouts, on top of salads, or egg-salad sandwiches, etc. I'd go for min though. Hard boiled eggs in muffin tins with oven

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