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.
Nothing beats the summer heat like fresh-brewed iced tea. Here's a simple way to make brewing easy!
If you've had a problem in the past with chicken breasts tearing when you pound them, try this tip for keeping them intact.
Fresh from the pan, a whole chicken can be awkward (if not impossible) to handle. Here's a painless way to transport it.
Especially for meat with fattier skin, like chicken wings, oiling the grill grate is crucial so your food doesn't stick.
The name may suggest they're only good for one thing, but potato ricers make multiple cooking processes simpler.
You'd be surprised how many recipes can be made in a slow cooker. Here's one crucial thing to note before getting started.
From the equipment, to the oil, to the narrow temperature window, many things go into that perfectly crisp home-fried coating.
Soft cheeses, like mozzarella, often have a hard time holding up to a knife blade. Here's a tip for clean and easy slicing.
Kitchen shears are a great tool for piercing stubborn packaging, but they also make short work of chopping dried fruit!