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Possibly everyone remembers having a family member like Great Aunt Stella, someone who always had the advice to offer. She especially enjoyed sharing what she knew about homemade cleaning products. While mom would fall for every gimmick used to market the latest and greatest cleaning product, Aunt Stella would hold up and point to her bottle of white vinegar. I thought she was probably just a cheap old bitty whose house probably smelled the inside of a fish and chips restaurant. She was totally not cool. Decades later, while shopping

How to Give Your Kitchen a Deep Clean in Less than a Week   A clean and organize kitchen makes it easier to prepare meals and snacks. All without the frustrating ordeal of looking for clean dishes, measuring cups, pots, pans, and the lids for those items. Since winter has kept many inside, the traffic through the kitchen has increased. Therefore a spring clean is important to maintain order and sanitary conditions. 

Buying Kitchen Cutlery Just Got Easier: Knives Cooks Love will Sharpen your Knife Knowledge and Skills Knives Cooks Love by Sarah Jay, Andrews McMeel (published for Sur La Table); is a concise yet comprehensive guide to almost every question one might have about knives. From sharpening to honing; paring to peeling; ceramic to carbon steel this book covers knives from every angle. Knives Cooks Love offers so much more than expected. It is, as promised, a survey of the knives cooks love. It is also much more. Suggesting What’s in

Effectively Use a Slow Cooker, Freezer, and Bread Maker Slow cooker, freezer, and bread maker are three conveniences that can spare modern stay-at-home moms hours in the kitchen each week. Here are five ideas for making use of these common kitchen gadgets.

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