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Use up those apple cores I told you to save, by making Apple Cider Vinegar! Follow my directions and....not too long from now you will have beautiful, strong, homemade ACV.......just like our grandmothers used to make throughout the fall and winter for their families. Come over and join us---the door is always open! :) ~Heather <3

Tammilee Tipsfrom Tammilee Tips

How to tell if an Egg is Fresh

How to tell if an Egg is Fresh ~ If the egg lies on its side on the bottom it is very fresh, If the egg stands up and bobs on the bottom it isn’t quite as fresh, If the egg floats on the surface, discard!

Sprinkle Some Sugarfrom Sprinkle Some Sugar

Strawberry Icebox Cake

Strawberry Icebox Cake. If you want a delicious, SUPER easy and simple dessert to make, you’ve got to try this! It will not disappoint.

Don't Waste the Crumbsfrom Don't Waste the Crumbs

How to Dehydrate Fruit - Grapes, Bananas, Blueberries, Strawberries, Peaches, Mangos

Easy tutorial for how to dehydrate fruit, including apples, strawberries, peaches, mango, grapes, persimmon, pineapple and blueberries. Making your won dehydrated fruit is a great way to save money too! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com

DUH. Easiest way ever to fill a bag for icing! So much smarter then spooning it into a bag!

The Kitchnfrom The Kitchn

Food Science: Why Are Hard-Boiled Eggs So Hard to Peel?

Add baking soda to the water when you hard boil eggs. It raises the pH of the water and makes them easier to peel by reducing the albumen's ability to stick to the shell. Nice tip!

Real Simplefrom Real Simple

How to Write on a Cake

Writing a message on a cake? Write it with a toothpick first to make sure all the letters fit (and if you make a mistake, just smooth it out and try again). Genius.

Smart Ideas: Baking Substitutions--oh, how many times have I needed a list like this!

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Cheesecake-stuffed strawberries

Cheesecake stuffed strawberries - easy and delicious!

marthastewart.comfrom marthastewart.com

Tomato Paste Saver

Tomato Paste Saver: Most recipes call for only a small portion of tomato paste -- you use a tablespoon or two, and the rest invariably goes to waste. To save the remainder: Carefully open both ends of the can with a can opener. Remove one metal end, and discard it. Leave the other in place. Wrap the entire can in plastic wrap, and freeze overnight. The next day, use the metal end to push the frozen paste out the open end. Discard can, tightly rewrap unused portion, and store in freezer up to…