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  • Time management

    Time management
    1 Start smart: Dive into the day with a super healthy, super delicious breakfast. How about the Apple and Cheddar Tartine, a la Real Simple magazine? Split a baguette lengthwise, then crosswise (extra points for whole grain); broil until lightly toasted,...
  • How to wash a wine glass

    How to wash a wine glass
    So you had friends over for wine and conversation. There was an Italian barolo, a California chardonnay, an albarino from Spain plus Neapolitan-style pizzas from a new place in town. And now? Your friends have split and you have a dozen wine glasses,...
  • Using your noodle with noodles

    Using your noodle with noodles
    Q: Why put a bit of oil into pasta dough? Is it taste or to keep the fresh pasta from sticking? My grandmother did not add oil or water. I would (also) like to find out how long to leave fresh pasta on the counter before cooking, maybe in plastic wrap if...
  • The dirty truth: Your house stinks

    The dirty truth: Your house stinks
    All you need here is a nose. Now rev it up. It's been recruited for the Stink Patrol, a domestic assignment for which its olfactory duties will be confined to the square feet within your own four walls. That's right, you need to sniff your way around...
  • Many energy-saving products will cost you instead

    Many energy-saving products will cost you instead
    Energy is expensive. You can't drive to work without filling up your gas tank. You can't heat your home without oil, propane or electricity. It's only natural to look for ways to shave a few bucks off those costs, but be cautious if you try. There are...
  • Ten @ 10: College culinary care kit

    Ten @ 10: College culinary care kit
    Millions of students are packing up for college right now. Don’t forget to stow a culinary care kit along with the futon, the laptop, the shoe racks and the microwave or toaster/oven (if they're allowed). It’s easy for parents and kids to...
  • Tiny food processors make small batches of summer delight

    Tiny food processors make small batches of summer delight
    Every summer for years, I’ve lugged the big heavy Cuisinart food processor out to make an enormous batch of pesto from piles of farmers market basil. After much work, I freeze the green magic in ice cube trays and then seal the cubes in freezer bags...
  • Ten @ 10: Holiday safety tips for food and drink

    Welcome to the Ten @ 10 - Holiday Food & Drink Safety Edition. There are, as you will see, far more than 10 tips for eating and drinking without fear at the holidays. That's because this post, like this season, is way, way, way overstuffed. But all...
  • Pro has designs on kitchen and bathroom projects

    Pro has designs on kitchen and bathroom projects
    Kitchens and bathrooms monopolize new-home and remodeling budgets, but for good reason: Each is a collage of lighting, cabinetry, electrical, plumbing, appliances, tiles and hardware that must be lovely but livable. Composing these rooms is designer...
  • William Shatner: Don't get fried frying turkey

    William Shatner: Don't get fried frying turkey
    Deep-frying a turkey is the final frontier for a cook on turkey day. No wonder Star Trek’s William Shatner was so drawn to it. But when television’s beloved Captain Kirk got burned – literally – while deep-frying his bird, the...
  • Where do old refrigerators go to die?

    Where do old refrigerators go to die?
    The decline of my 10-year-old refrigerator started with an unsettling wheezing sound and ended with a death rattle that would have cost $500 to fix. So I, like 10 million other Americans each year, dropped money on a new fridge and had the broken one...