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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 20
Shortening is tricky (and messy) to measure when you’re not using sticks of it. But if you dip your measuring cup in water first, the shortening doesn’t stick to the cup and comes out in one piece.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 19
Can't seem to use up fresh mushrooms before they go bad? Stop wasting and start saving with this tip for freezing!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 18
Don’t want garlic or onion-scented strawberries topping your next shortcake? Try this simple trick.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 12
Check this out – use your strawberry huller to pull pin bones out of fish. Just run your hand over the fillet to locate any bones. When you feel one, grasp it with the huller and gently pull it out.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 11
Wondering what to do with leftovers from your vegetable tray? Here's a solution for you!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 7
It's almost the weekend, and that's a great time to take time for pancakes! Make perfect pancakes every time with this no-mess, easy-to-do tip that uses one simple gadget.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 6
When it comes to baking, it's important to use the right tools for measuring out ingredients, learn how!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Sep 5
An easy way to crumble block cheeses, like blue or feta, is to break off chunks and crumble them inside a plastic bag with your fingers. Simply store the crumbled cheese in the same bag. It’s quick, and there’s very little cleanup!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 31
Celebrate the start of a long weekend with bubbly! Check out our tip for safely opening the bottle without blowing your cork.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 30
Portioning a whole chicken has never been easier than it is with these four simple steps.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 30
Do you or someone you know have diabetes? Cuisine at Home is excited to announce our NEW online course that's all about cooking with diabetes. Check it out today!
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 29
Have you ever torn chicken breasts when pounding them to tenderize or stuff? Try this tip.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 20
Extra lemons? Always have juice on hand when you freeze the juice for later in ice cube trays. This way, it’s ready whenever you need a tablespoon or two of it — or when you want lemon ice for iced tea.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 14
Shopping for two? Check out these tips to make the most of your grocery store visit.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 13
Cantaloupe and honeydew are summertime favorites, but removing the seeds can be a mess. It turns out an ice scream scoop isn’t just for ice cream! In just one swoop you can remove all of the seeds from a melon quickly and cleanly.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 10
Find yourself in a pinch with frozen meat and dinner closing in? Use this tip to speed up thawing ti
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 10
To extend the life of fresh berries, first remove them from their package, then sort, and rinse gently. Place paper towels in the bottom of a plastic container. Space berries apart in a single layer on the paper towels, stem side down. Cover and refrigerate.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 9
To keep bugs, sand, and other debris from falling into your drinks, cover the glasses with cupcake liners. Depending on the size of the glass they can go on upside down or right side up. The paper liners make it easy enough to pop a straw through.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 8
Don't get "burned" when chopping chili peppers. Try using the tines of a fork instead of your fingers to hold the chili in place while dicing.
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Cuisine at Home Magazine Aug 7
Instead of using ice in Bloody Marys, use frozen grape or cherry tomatoes. They keep the drink cold, yet don’t water it down like ice will. Try placing the tomatoes on a wooden skewer or even a fondue fork, then freeze. They make great swizzle sticks.
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