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I am always searching for measuring cups and/or spoons. I think I have about 5 sets and none of them are complete. I am always in search of the perfect organization for my measuring cups. So when I was perusing Pinterest I came upon this brilliant idea from Family Handyman and decided to give it a whirl…with an IC spin on it of course. Supplies: Measuring Cups and spoons
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At first I thought Butter Cutter was the name of an emo band that writes songs about Paula Deen, but it’s actually much more self-explanatory than that. It’s a kitchen gadget that—wait for it—cuts butter. It might not sound that exciting if you’re a margarine person, but it’s kind of a big deal to us real butter fans. Getting that perfect little pat of butter you only see in stock photos is actually pretty difficult to pull off. The Perfect Pat of Butter Every Time
So you've decided it's time to learn your way around the kitchen, but you don't really know where to start. From knife basics to budget stretching to proper food storage, here are the most important things you'll want to learn as you become a master chef. Photo remixed from an original by Zhukov Oleg/Shutterstock .
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Edible Flowers Chart - Home Cooking Edible Flowers This chart is a collaborative research project by Amy Barclay de Tolly and Home Cooking Guide Peggy Trowbridge . The links will take you to full color photos of the specific flowers to help with identification, but please don't depend solely on these photos. Be sure you know exactly what you choose to consume.
Why Use Honey: Health, Healing, Nutrition, Tips, Recipes, DIY, Doesn't Spoil Column 20 unusual ways to use honey, from food to facials. It was brought to my attention last week that September is in fact National Honey Month. Honey gets an entire month all to itself? Why yes, it certainly does. Turns out that Americans consume 1.5 pounds of honey per person annually, and there are more than 300 types of honey in the United States alone . That’s impressive, and we figured that if honey gets to be honored all month long, the least we could do is give you 20 different uses for it.