Cooking Archive

How To Time Your Boiled Eggs Perfectly

    Print How To Time Your Boiled Eggs Perfectly Ingredients Three minutes: Whites are soft and slightly runny. Yolks are completely liquid. Four minutes: Whites are set but soft and floppy. Yolks are still runny but a little more solid. Six minutes: Whites are soft but firm. Yolks are smooth and pudding-like. Ten minutes:

Grated Frozen Lemon Explosion

Think about it. If you take a lemon and squeeze it, you get the juice, some pulp, and some flavoring, for sure. But what happens when you freeze that lemon and grate it into fine little crystals? You get an explosion of lemon flavor! The thing is, that explosion of flavor does not dominate any

Make Your Own Bisquick

Print Make Your Own Bisquick Ingredients 7 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup vegetable shortening cut into cubes or spoonfuls 4 tablespoons baking powder 2 tablespoons sugar optional 1 tablespoon salt Instructions In a large bowl, combine flour, baking powder, sugar (if using) and salt, and toss together. Drop shortening into dry ingredients and use

Alternative Uses for Olive Oil

  Print Alternative Uses for Olive Oil Instructions Shave. Olive oil can provide a safe and natural lubricant for a close shave. Rub in an extra teaspoon after washing your body or face once finished. Wood Furniture Polish. Wipe with a teaspoon of olive oil and a soft rag. Add a bit of vinegar of

10 Uses For Tea Bags

Print 10 Uses For Tea Bags Instructions PERSONAL CARE Soothe tired eyes. Just place a chilled used tea bag over your closed eyes until the puffiness subsides. You can also use warm, wet teabags as a compress to soothe the pain of pinkeye. Bonus tip: Place teabags on your eyes for 15 minutes and reduce

Make a Watermelon Keg

Make a Watermelon Keg & Fill it with Watermelon Boozie Juice   Print Make a Watermelon Keg Ingredients From the hardware store: Hose Bibb that's the tap, Quarter Turn Faucet Lock Nuts those black circles Brass Pipe Nipple 1/2" the piece with threads on both ends Coupling 1/2" what looks like a hex nut drill