When pitting cherries with a handheld pitter, the juice usually splatters everywhere— especially on your apron and clothes, potentially staining them. Here's a less-mess way to pit cherries.
Why use two dishes and/or make two trips in and out of the kitchen when grilling? Here's a way to reuse the same platter for both raw and cooked meats.
Most people don’t keep heavy cream on hand for whipping, but almost all of us have vanilla ice cream. Here's how you can turn ice cream into whipped cream in minutes.
Meatloaf is notorious for being greasy when cooked in a loaf pan; it basically just sits in its own fat and cooks! Here's a simple trick to reduce the grease in your homemade meatloaf.
Frosting a cake can be hard enough without having to clean the serving plate afterwards! To keep your cake plate clean while frosting, use this simple trick with parchment paper.
Here's an easy way to make a homemade pastry/piping bag out of something you probably already have in your kitchen! Perfect for all your frosting, filling, and piping needs.
Follow this easy method for blanching greens and vegetables, without the need for a pot of boiling water. It's simple and easy and gets the job done!
Chop safer and more efficiently with this simple tip to keep your cutting boards from slipping and sliding. You can also use this handly liner to keep your foods safe when transporting in the car.
It can be hard to tell if your casseroles are heated through to the center without taking a bite! Here’s an easy way to tell if the casserole you’re heating is hot throughout.
Overcooked asparagus is a sad, mushy occasion! Here's a simple trick to ensure your steamed asparagus turns out perfectly every time.
After you've opened a carton of ice cream, ice crystals quickly form on top which can ruin the texture of frozen dessert. Here's a simple way to prevent those pesky crystals from appearing!
Dicing and chopping eggs for salads like macaroni, potato, or egg can be time-intensive. Use a common kitchen item to help speed up the process!