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Fresh fruit and veggie slices are a delicious and healthy snack, but some of them really bum me out by turning brown and mushy. This struggle is nothing new, and the internet is full of ways to prevent it, but it’s hard to know which method is worth your precious time, which is why you’re lucky I’m around.
Buying fancy plyometrics exercise equipment online can cost a fortune, but this DIY box will save you a lot of money. It’s perfect if you want to get buff and save some cash.
There are many tips and tools out there for ensuring you never cook a steak, roast or piece of chicken past its perfectly succulent end point. But cooks are human, mistakes happen, and meat gets overcooked. It’s tragic to be sure, but not all is lost. Tough, dry meat is a perfect candidate for savoury fillings and decadent spreads.
Pegboards are handy tool organisers — everyone knows this. But they can hold much more than you think. Here’s how to build custom shelves and tool holders that will expand the functionality of your pegboard.
McDonald’s recently embarked on a nationwide roll out of its “Create Your Taste” menu system; a touch screen kiosk that lets you build bespoke burgers from a range of premium ingredients. Since it launched late last year, close to 800,000 burger combinations have been made by peckish customers. The company’s touch screen data has revealed some interesting divides when it comes to the preferred toppings in each state. So who can we blame for the “national” beetroot burger? Turns out it’s Queensland.