A Simple Way to Soften Hard Brown Sugar in a Hurry
What do you do when you pull out the container of brown sugar and it’s a perfectly formed, rock-hard brick? This happened to me the other day, which sent me on the hunt for some effective solutions. Here’s one that worked in a matter of minutes. If you have time to spare, putting a slice of bread or some apple slices on top of the sugar, sealing it up, and letting it sit for a day are a couple hands-off ways to soften brown sugar.
How to Prevent Moldy Berries -
There’s nothing quite like the delicious flavor of fresh berries, and keeping them tasting as if they were just picked from the vine is ideal; however, we all want them
10 Herb Gardening Mistakes And How To Avoid Them
Growing an herb garden is easy and a great way to get started gardening. However, mistakes can be made. This article looks at 10 herb gardening mistakes.
This Little Weed One Of The Most Useful Medicines On The Planet
If you think you know what plantain is, you may be thinking of the large banana-like a tropical fruit. That’s not what this article is about! In this article, we share info on this little weed.
Banana Peels In The Garden - (12 How To Ideas And Uses)
Can you use banana peels in the garden? In a word - Yes! Old banana skins add potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and calcium-rich nutrients [LEARN MORE]
How To Grow Your Own Superfood Sprouts
Have to ever tried to grow sprouts in a jar? You'll be surprised to find out how easy it is. It doesn't take much time or space in your home. [LEARN MORE]
Best Product: Brown Sugar Saver
Here’s a gadget we love: the terra cotta Brown Sugar Saver. It actually softens brown sugar that has become rock-hard (don’t you hate that?!) and keeps new brown sugar from heading in that direction. Ingenious. And it really works! Forget all those kitchen gadgets offering empty promises. This baby does its job. Of course, it’s Canadian. Lucky for us they’re available at cooks’ supply stores all over the states and won’t ever run you more than about $3.00.
If you turn a leek with its hairy end up, it looks sort of like a crown or the top of a scepter, which may be one reason this delicious allium is called the “king of the soup onion.” It could also be because Emperor Nero is said to have eaten leeks every day to make his voice stronger.... Read more »