Tuesday, March 13, 2018


Check out this weeks kitchen tips and tricks:

#1- Prevent mushrooms from getting slimy: Wrap them in paper towels before refrigerating or store them in brown paper bags.

#2- Cutting corn from the cob: Minimize waste and mess when cutting corn from the cob by mounting the cob in the hollow center of a Bundt cake pan, where it will be secure. When you run a knife down the cob, kernels will collect in the pan.

#3- Storing Leftover guacamole: If you have leftover guacamole, spray it with just a bit of cooking spray before you refrigerate it. The oils from the cooking spray will help to keep your guacamole from turning brown. You can also keep the pit from the avocado in the guacamole because the pit contains natural oils that will also help to preserve it and keep it from turning brown. 
#4- Keep berries longer: Soaking berries in a vinegar and water solution before you store them in the refrigerator will make them last for several days longer than simply putting them in the fridge. Just add one part vinegar to 10 parts water and swirl the berries around for just a few seconds. Rinse and store. 

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