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If you have a potent stench coming from your sink, it could be your poor, abused sponge. You can keep two of them around and rotate use so your sponges won’t develop a mildew smell ever again.
A weighing scale is the best way to measure perfectly equal batter in two cake pans. But if you want an easier way to be approximately equal, use a toothpick, says dessert chef Alice Medrich.
Spring means asparagus is in season, but before you grab a bunch to roast, sautee, shave into salads or stir-fry, our friends at Chow remind us that storing your asparagus upright in a couple of centimetres of water will keep them fresh in the fridge longer than leaving them in the crisper.
You have a lot of options when it comes to cooking oils. Some are better at certain temperatures, others are best with certain types of food. The folks over at MyFitnessPal have created a chart that helps you pick which oils are best for what kind of cooking you want to do.