3 Ways to organize your kitchen according to a pro
For some helpful advice, I turned to Lauren Combs, a professional organizer and the owner of Neat Method Detroit. You should place everything that goes in and out of your dishwasher frequently (think plates, glasses, silverware), within arm’s reach of the dishwasher. Consider putting all your cooking utensils in a drawer or in a jar right next to the stove. Put zones you use most frequently at eye level, and zones you use less often further out of reach. You can organize within the zones as well putting your most frequently used items in front, and least-used items in the back.
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This pan can cook multiple dishes at once. Does it work?
Sometimes when you are cooking, you might feel like you have every pan going at once. For this Try It Out Tuesday, Kila Peeples cooked breakfast using a divided cast iron pan. The pan has three sections that seem perfect for making multiple dishes at the same time. Did Kila make the ultimate breakfast with her new pan? Watch the video above to see how her meal came out and if she likes cooking with the divided pan!
Who knew a cup of rice could do all of this?!?
Sometimes the most unexpected things can help out in ways you didn’t even know it could. She discovered that you can use uncooked rice to help clean your home and even provide a little comfort when you are in pain. Here are three ways she was able to use rice around the house. First, she cleaned a coffee pot carafe with a cup of rice and a cup of water. Watch the video above to see how she made rice work around the house.
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Get your microwave sparkling clean with these kitchen items
You, or someone in your family, uses this in your kitchen almost daily and it can get quite dirty. Kila Peeples wanted to find a way to make her microwave sparkle, without using all of the strong cleansers. So, she tried to clean it with a couple of items that are also in the kitchen. She tested whether white vinegar or baking soda could clean her microwave the best, and it was a close call. Watch the video above to see which kitchen staple knocked out the dirt.
Can you get rid of wrinkles in your clothing with this?
You might be getting ready for work or an event and you go to iron your outfit and BOOM! The iron doesnt work! Kila Peeples heard of a way to possibly smooth out the wrinkles in clothing when you dont have access to an iron. Does it work? Watch the video above to see if this Try It Out Tuesday was a winner or a fail!
Tasty Tuesday recipe: French toast bake
Butter baking dish and dust with cinnamon2. Whisk together eggs, milk, sugar, and pumpkin spice seasoning in large bowl3. Tear buns into small pieces in baking dish and pour the egg mixture on top4. Put flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, and half stick of butter in bowl2. Sprinkle streusel on top of French toast bake and bake for 40 minutes3.
Can dental floss help kids cook in the kitchen?
Kids are always looking for a way to help out in the kitchen, but sometimes it is hard for them to do so when it comes to using sharp knives. Sometimes parents dont feel that their kids are ready to handle them. Kila Peeples discovered how to cut with an item usually found in the bathroom: Dental floss!! Kila tried cutting watermelon, cookie dough, and cheesecake with non-flavored dental floss. Watch the video above to see if dental floss can be used as a knife!
This tiny hack will change the way you do dishes, forever
You know what they say: Sometimes the best ideas are the simplest. We can all likely agree: The worst part of unloading the dishwasher is putting away the silverware back into your drawer or organizer. This advice was provided to “The Best Advice Show” podcast by Sam Langberg, an emergency room doctor, and Hannah Chalew, an artist, living in New Orleans. Be sure to include your name and your tip, followed by your email address, in case Rosen has any follow-up questions. “The Best Advice Show" is a product of Graham Media Group.