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When an avocado isn’t as ripe as you want it to be and you just can’t wait to eat it, try this trick to get that avocado ripe in no time.
Chocolate chip ice cream should be easy to DIY. What could possibly be difficult about throwing some chocolate chips into a pint of vanilla? Nothing really, except it might not yield the result you’re looking for. The best way to get bits of chocolate in your ice cream? Make like the Italians and drizzle some in some stracciatella during the last few minutes of churning.
Few foods would not benefit from the addition of an egg. Burgers, pizza, pasta, and even last night’s leftover Thai food all seem a bit more rich and decadent with a perfectly cooked egg on top. “Put an egg on it” isn’t a new culinary tip, but grating the yolk over a meal — as you would cheese — is a completely new to me, and it is blowing my egg-loving mind.
Installing a tile backsplash can be a time consuming project, but a tile setting mat can help you get it done faster.