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Thread: Do you have any kitchen tips? (cooking, cleaning,storage) Enjoy!

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    Do you have any kitchen tips??? (cooking cleaning, etc)

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    Quilters Friend = Crock Pot

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    freeze extra tea in ice cube trays, so that way your ice tea won't get watered down and will stay cold

    (also great for lemonade, koolaid, punch, tea etc.)

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    Put everything back where you got it when you're done with it. Much less mess when your done.

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    Quilter's friend = maid. I don't have any friends ;-)

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    while you are cooking, clean up the dishes, and tidy up kitchen, good time to unload the dishwasher (multi tasking)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanniejo
    Put everything back where you got it when you're done with it. Much less mess when your done.
    That is true.

    Try to eliminate (get rid of) things that are useless clutter.

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    if you have extra cooking stuff, containers etc. give away so you can organize your kitchen cabinets better

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    this link has some useful tips

    http://www.hintsandthings.com/kitchen/kitchen.htm

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    Please be careful. I reached to my right, but accidentally got to close to my large soup pot w/lid on it (steam was coming out around the rim) & steamed a too delicate part of my upper female anatomy about 3 months ago. Also, don't use the front eyes of your range top when you have a toddler loose in the kitchen. It's so easy for them to reach up & burn those tiny hands/fingers. Don't place electrical appliance cords where a child can jerk it off the counter or table. My cousin's son did that & pulled a pot of coffee off on him. It burned him pretty badly, but thankfully the scars went away after awhile. I'm sure others of you have warnings. We can never be to careful around heated electrical appliances, be they inside or outside of the house.

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