Beets and other dark, juicy foods can leave stains behind on cutting boards. Here's how to prevent that from happening.
Have a hard time corralling your cookbook when making dinner? Keep it clean and out of the way with this simple tip.
Pie weights work fine for weighing down the bottom of a pie crust — here's a way to keep the sides from sagging, too.
Turn to your sewing basket for an unexpected tool that takes the guesswork out of reducing liquids.
Here's a quick way to improvise a lock for tongs that don't have one, using an object you probably have lying around.
Insulated baking sheets cook food evenly, but they can be pricey. Here's how to form a makeshift one at home.
It can be challenging to keep hold of an onion when slicing and dicing. Here's a simple way to get a better grip.
These days, many retailers remove pin bones from salmon, but in case they don't, here's how to find and remove them.
Fresh bread crumbs from a quality loaf can turn a dish from good to great. Here's how to have them at a moment's notice.
Vegetable peelers aren't just for peeling — here are a couple ways to use another part of the handy little tool.
Space a little tighter on your grill than you'd like? Here's a creative way to make room for even more meat.
Metal skewers are more attractive and economical than bamboo. Here's a way to store them that will keep your hands safe.