Topic: Tips and tricks
Member # 27544
| Posted: 10:11 PM, July 27th (Saturday), 2013|
To clean my microwave, I cut up a lemon and put it in a bowl of water then run the microwave for a few minutes... loosens all the crap so I can just wipe it out with a paper towel, and leave the microwave smelling lemon fresh.
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Member # 25395
| Posted: 11:21 PM, July 27th (Saturday), 2013|
Oh, just thought of a great tip -
When something overflows in the oven and burns onto the bottom, sprinkle the mess with salt while it is still hot. Once it cools, it will wipe right off.
[This message edited by lost_in_toronto at 11:22 PM, July 27th (Saturday)]
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Member # 32810
| Posted: 9:02 AM, July 28th (Sunday), 2013|
Fluffiest baked eggs ever: Add 1t of bisquick for every egg before you scramble them.
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Member # 15300
| Posted: 9:09 AM, July 28th (Sunday), 2013|
And the convenience of this little trick is endless...you will think of other ways to use this trick as you use it for the above uses.
Yep, I make large batches of of Thai curry pastes and freeze them in ice cube trays. One cube per person is the perfect seasoning for most curries.
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Member # 11061
| Posted: 10:35 AM, July 28th (Sunday), 2013|
I keep one of those dish scrubbers with a soap dispenser handle in my shower. I fill the soap dispenser with a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and dish soap. Every morning, when I get into the shower, I use it to wipe down the shower walls. Keeps 'em clean.
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