Tip 1: Boris Poleschuk
Always use high quality cookware. It looks better, cooks better and lasts forever.
Tip 2: Boris Poleschuk
When aluminum pans look dull, boil some apple peels in them. This will brighten up the aluminum.
Tip 3: Mikey Termini
If you don't have a grill brush on hand, you can use a piece of balled up tin foil to clean the grill.
Tip 4: Mikey Termini
When a knife is falling off your cutting board, it's always your first instinct to grab it. Never try and grab a falling knife. Just step back and let it fall to the floor.
Tip 5: Rock Harper
Invest in a classic cast iron skillet. With the even distribution and holding of heat, they are the best metal to cook with. They're inexpensive too!
Tip 6: Jennifer Gavin
Line your measuring utensil in plastic wrap when measuring peanut butter or shortening. Helps prevent a sticky situation.
Tip 7: Elsie Ramos
If the bottom of your pot or pan begins to burn, peel and cut an onion in half and place the cut side down deep into your dish so your food is not left with the burn smell.
Tip 8: Boris Poleschuk
Make sure to sanitize and change the cutting board to prevent cross contamination.