Cook's Country Kitchen Shortcuts

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j-srandolph wrote:

The Oct/Nov Kitchen Shortcuts tip for an air cushion in a baggie is unsafe/unhealthy. The tip calls for blowing into a straw inserted into a baggie of food to inflate it prior to zipping it closed. That is a wonderful way to blow bacteria and viruses into food from your mouth and lungs!!! The warmth inside the bag then stimulates the growth of these germs. I wouldn't want to eat food from thiis bag!!

9/14/2013 10:56:09 AM Report Abuse
shirleypierce wrote:

A friend gave me a back-issue of your magazine, which I enjoyed. In regards to cakes - greasing, flouring, etc., I grease the cake pan with margarine, line it with waxed paper, and bake. Let cool for ten minutes, run a knife around the edges, and they come out perfectly - no flouring!

2/18/2012 09:35:25 AM Report Abuse
luvsgac3 wrote:

Always keep a bag of frozen diced onions or depending on what you are fixing can get a bag of frozen peppers and onions together..and basically are more time saving and less priceyl! Watch for can purchase them then, for anywhere from 88 cents to a dollar a bag...and stock up!

2/17/2011 08:53:42 AM Report Abuse
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