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Use a Tea Ball to Flavor Soups and Stocks

Bouquet garni (a.k.a. fancy little herb bouquets for flavoring soups and stocks) are usually wrapped in cheesecloth or muslin bags for easy removal once they have made their tasty contribution. That’s all well and good, but there is a washable, reusable vessel for your little flavor packets, and it is the common tea ball. Read [...]

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Quickly Unclog a Ketchup Bottle with a Straw

Nothing dampens French fry-related enthusiasm more quickly than a clogged ketchup bottle. Beating the bottle into submission works about half the time, but to really get things flowing again, you need to introduce a little air. Real Simple shows us how using a tool available at near every diner: a plastic straw. Read more… Continue [...]

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Turn Scrap Tile Backsplash Sheets Into Durable, Custom Coasters

We’ve talked about the benefits (and bargains) of architectural salvage stores before, and you can often find pre-gridded tile backsplash there, waiting for your next DIY project. If you can find one you like with small enough tiles, a little trimming and you can have good-looking, durable coasters in minutes.http://lifehacker.com/5985869/visit-… Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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