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Author: NoIDAtAll Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 55815  
Subject: Some Ideas Date: 1/20/2013 12:50 PM
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from my Sister:

1) Turn a CD spindle case into a bagel tote;

2) Freeze white grapes to chill white wine w/o watering it down;

3) Put a wooden spoon across a pot of boiling water to keep it from boiling over... Does that really work?

<snip> - didn't particularly care for some.

4) Use a pants hanger to hold a cookbook, suspended from a cabinet door;

<snip>

5) Use a muffin tin to serve condiments at a BBQ;

6) Clean (of course) and fill a plastic ketchup bottle with pancake batter for an easy, no mess disbursement of the batter into a skillet - Close the cap and refrigerate to use the rest later;

7) Use unscented dental floss to cut cakes and cheeses; *shrug*

8) Turn baked bread over and cut from the soft side to keep the bread from being squished, and it cuts easier, too;

9) If you're prepping a lot of corn, use an electric knife to remove the kernels. You can also use a bundt cake pan to collect the kernels and help hold the cob as you cut;

10) Cut ice cream with a knife for easier serving at parties;

11) For crunchy tortilla shells, turn a muffin pan upside down, spray the bottom of the pan with a mist of cooking oil, place the shells between the bottom of the inverted cups to form the tortillas and bake for approximately 10 minutes at 375 degrees F.
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