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Canned coconut milk spoils quickly, so instead of letting it go to waste, use this tip to take care of any left over.
For tender scones that aren't overworked, let your cheese grater do the heavy lifting when it comes to the most crucial element.
The secret to a perfect roasted chicken lies in how it's prepared prior to roasting. Here are the tips you need for success.
Can't get enough of those warehouse store deals? Here's how to make sure at least one bulk item doesn't go to waste.
Ever get a sudden craving for banana bread, but with no soft, overripe fruit in sight? Try this simple tip!
Instead of trying to make diced avocado end up looking attractive, try this tip for getting it out of the skin intact.
Never know what to do with that leftover half-loaf of garlic bread? Here's how to keep it around for more delicious uses.
Looking for other fresh ways to enjoy Mexican food at home? Try this tip for making your own taco shells.
Tired of squeezing citrus only to get a little juice? It's easy to get the most out of your limes with this fast tip.
What type of chocolate melts best? Learn how to melt chocolate for cakes, brownies, and other desserts—whether you have a microwave, a double boiler, or neither!
These two tips in one make your time in the kitchen quicker and easier. Click to read more about useful tips for bamboo skewers.
There's no need for a knife or cutting board with this tip. You can easily slice olives for salads, pastas, or pizzas in no time at all.
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This side has all the great flavors of the favorite margherita pizza, but it’s easier to make.
With bits of dried apricots, lemon zest, and feta, this hearty side feels light and refreshing.
Latin flavors are all the rage now, and here is one of the hottest drinks. It's a refreshing blend of rum, mint, sugar, and soda water — WOW!
The coarsely ground dried corn known as grits is a southern staple. Polenta or cornmeal may also be used in this recipe.
To enjoy Stove-Top Apple Crisp while it's warm and fresh, whip up this simple cream after making the crunchy topping and before cooking the apples.
Cooking a Granny Smith apple with potatoes creates an appetizing side dish to serve with the stew.