Category Archives: HOW-TO
There is absolutely nothing worse than having all your hot dogs, hamburgers, steaks or chicken on your barbecue grill and running out of gas! So how can you tell how much propane is left in that big white tank? Since it’s opaque you cannot tell by just looking but Chow has a great video that shows us a simple way to know ahead of time whether or not you need to have your tank refilled.
No matter what else you happen to be wearing your eyes are one of the first things people will notice about you… so how can we give them a fresh look that pops for summer? Here are a few looks that you’ll love!
If you’re like me you love corn on the cob but hate trying to shuck it and get all that “hair” off before cooking it. Well now you don’t have to! REALLY! Just look at this ingenious way of cooking AND taking the shucks and hair off all in one fell swoop! Is this cool or what??? The absolute easiest way to shuck corn on the cob bar none!
If you are germ conscious or have little ones in the house or car you probably have a container of wet wipes nearby. In the age of green we all like to do our part, no matter how small, so why not re-purpose one of those to hold all those plastic bags we bring home from the grocery store? I just finished up one of the big square boxes that was in the “baby guest room” in our home. You know, the kind made by Huggies that have a squiggly perforation under the cover to pull the wipes through. So I re-purposed mine to hold those pesky bags that I just had stuck into one another and stored in the pantry closet.
The Grower’s Exchange, a family-run farm in located near me in Richmond, VA specializes in unusual and hard-to-find herbs. The owner has chosenBee Balm as the 2013 Notable Native Herb. If you’re not familiar with the herb, and I have to admit I have never even thought of it AS an herb, it’s actually getting popular and makes a great substitute for oregano. Oregano?
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