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Thread: Cooking - new uses for old kitchen items

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    Cooking - new uses for old kitchen items

    I found this site to have so many good ideas for using everyday items in the kitchen to do other jobs. One shows using a bundt pan as a turkey roaster to make the chicken skin nice and crisp. There are many more clever ideas with photos. http://www.realsimple.com/new-uses-f...int-index.html

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    Thanks for the site. Some I knew,but some I didn't. Thanks again.
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    I think covering a muffin pan with foil to avoid having to wash it is overkill, but some good info. Thank You.

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    thanks, love alll of the tips on that link

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    I found this site to have so many good ideas for using everyday items in the kitchen to do other jobs. One shows using a bundt pan as a turkey roaster to make the chicken skin nice and crisp. There are many more clever ideas with photos. http://www.realsimple.com/new-uses-f...int-index.html
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    nice site .. thanks for sharing !
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    Thanks. Some great ideas there.

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    great ideas!

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    Those are some great tips. Thanks for sharing.

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    Some good ideas! Thank You!
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    Amazing. I use lots of those ideas
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