Before slicing an avocado, dip it into boiling water for only 30 seconds - it will stay green for longer and will be easier to peel.
"Posted by passionfruit"
to stop mushrooms sweating and fungal growth when in the fridge, remove them from the plastic packaging and place in a brown paper bag like the ones used in supermarkets that you place loose mushrooms in. they will not sweat in the bag but may become dehydrated if left unused for a while. but that's not a problem just drop them into clean water for a few hours and they will re-hydrate. no more waste.
"Posted by robert stewart"
Pour left over red and white wine into ice cube trays and freeze; when cubes are frozen, store in snap lock bags for use when you require just a little wine to enrich a sauce, gravy or stock - perfect!!
"Posted by Lizzie4Allan"
The yam Nigella tried in Brazil is Arracacha (Arracacia xanthorrhiza) I would grow it here in Thailand but I think it grows above 1K meters. Ed
"Posted by edwardo"
A great way to guarantee the purest 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil, adopt an Olivio tree and get the oil direct from Italy.
"Posted by bobpowell"
Keep a few onions into the veg tray of your fridge. The cooled ones while peeling and chopping do not make your eyes water!
"Posted by tiltan"
When zesting a lemon using the fine side of your kitchen grater, place a piece of kitchen paper or as we call it in NZ bakingpaper onto the surface first, then grate the lemon. It makes clean up easier when you remove it and you can simply slide the extra zest from the paper making your effort more productive.
"Posted by buzzybea"
Use oil spray on uncooked pasta a minute before throwing them in the boiling salty water. You'l never get sticky pasta EVER!.
"Posted by Gatovich"
If you want to remove the garlic smell from your mouth, drink a glass of milk.
"Posted by florideportocal"
Once eggs are hard-boiled, cool them enough to be handled, then gently dent the shell all over and place in cold water for a few minutes. The shell will then just lift away easily.
"Posted by khaynes"