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Add A Shot Of Syrup For Incredible Milkshakes (And Other Food Tips From Diner Cooks)

Diner food isn’t exactly Michelin Star cuisine, but that doesn’t make it not delicious, or we can’t learn great at-home cooking tips from diner cooks. The Kitchn runs down a bunch, but one stood out to us: Add a shot of chocolate or vanilla syrup to your homemade milkshakes to take them to a new level.


Build A Smart Umbrella Stand That Alerts You When Rain Is Forecasted

You have all sorts of tools to let you know when it’s going to rain, but if you really want to make sure you’re prepared, Device Plus has a guide for creating a umbrella stand that sounds an alarm if you try to leave the house without your umbrella when rain is in the forecast.


Three Tips To Help You Cut Down On Magazine Clutter

If you still enjoy reading non-digital magazines, you probably know they can become a clutter nuisance if left unattended. The beautiful photos, glossy pages and book-like form makes it easier to get attached to them. These tips will help you prune your collection, while saving the stuff you love.


The Way You Cut Vegetables Changes Their Flavour

I’m the kind of person who throws vegetables in a food processor, hits pulse and writes it off as done. (It’s why I’m not a cook.) However, the way you cut vegetables can really impact their flavours and tastes. Here’s why.


Make Perfect Soft Scrambled Eggs With An Immersion Blender

The key to this method is to get a lot of air in the mix, and save your seasoning for the plate. I was sceptical too, but I tried it and it works like a charm. Here’s how it’s done, if you can’t check out the Bon Appetit video above.


The Easiest Way To Make A Flaky, Four-Ingredient Simple Pie Crust

Making pie — or at least making pie crusts — can be pretty intimidating if you’ve never baked before, enough that you might just run out and buy a premade crust. You don’t have to: You can get a super flaky pie crust with four ingredients and no special equipment, and Bon Appetit shows us how.


These No Bake Energy Bars Look Delicious, Are Super Easy To Make

Making your own homemade energy bars can be as simple or complicated as you want, and this recipe is as simple as it gets. A couple of ingredients, your trusty food processor, a few minutes in the fridge to firm up and you’ll have a snack you can enjoy at home or on the go.


Turn Your Shredded Hash Browns Into Pizza Crust With A Waffle Maker

I’m a big fan of super crispy pizza crusts. Shredded hash browns provide that perfect base for a crispy, crunchy bottom of a breakfast or anytime pizza. All you need is a bag of frozen shredded hash browns and the almighty waffle maker.


Add A Sunken Succulent Garden To An Affordable IKEA Table

IKEA’s inexpensive LACK side table is easy to transform for a variety of useful projects. Here’s how to add a beautiful sunken garden to one of them with a few supplies.


This DIY Wood Beer Carrier Even Has A Bottle Opener On The Side

Instructables user Herbsco built this reusable, good-looking beer carrier out of solid walnut, which probably explains why it looks so good, but even if you don’t have that available, he has everything you need to make your own — and attach a bottle opener to it, as well.


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