For the past few weeks, we’ve been scouring the shelves of the library for fun Halloween books. Today we read a few of them by flashlight. But no ordinary flashlight, mind you. We transformed Daddio’s maglite into The Jack-O-Light.
Carving a good looking pumpkin is an arduous task! One that I obviously have yet to master. But, while I may not be an expert pumpkin carver, I can share with you some awesome tips that will make carving your pumpkins easier and will hopefully help them last longer too.
When it comes to cleaning the exterior of your computer, there are not a lot of options. You can purchase special wipes that will do the job, or I’ve heard of using rubbing alcohol. But why waste your money or risk damaging your computer when a soft, lint free cloth and a little water will do the trick?
It’s annoying to notice that the water in your shower is adding up around your feet or to have to wait unnecessarily long for a bath to drain. When it …
Having a huge tie collection is a great way to express your style and stay ready for any formal event that may come your way. However, it might also leave …
There’s nothing quite like the smell and taste of a homemade pie straight out of the oven. However, overcooked pie crusts can easily become a bane to any home baker. To avoid this, we’re going to take a minute to look at how to cover the edge of a pie crust with foil to make sure your crust does all your hard work in the kitchen justice.
You might be confused the first time you see someone start wrapping the crust of their pie in aluminum foil. However, it’s a trick to help keep you from over-browning or even burning your pie crusts. Keep reading to learn how to use aluminum foil to make sure you get a flaky, delicious pie crust!
Today’s tip comes from my sweet granny who was down visiting us this past weekend along with my parents and little sis. We went to a play in which Clarence Gilyard, Jr. was the main character (Conrad McMasters on Matlock & “Jimmy” Trivette on Walker, Texas Ranger) and had dinner afterwards.
Although Jayna is far past the stage of putting toys in her mouth, I still feel the need to keep them clean and germ-free. This morning she wanted to play outside so I decided to turn the chore of washing toys into a fun water activity! We played and cleaned simultaneously – win, win!
It happens all the time: the wind is blowing and you grab the perfect sweater out of your closet only to notice your shoulders are looking a little sharp. Unfortunately, …
Cooking can yield delicious results but even the most talented cooks can find their kitchen a mess after a new recipe. When this happens, what can you do? How do you remove grease from all of your favorite stainless steel appliances? Keep reading and we’ll go over a few of your options.
How Do You Get Caked Grease Off Appliances?
There are a few ways you can approach removing fat stains on your appliances which in case they don’t function, we recommend to hire this expert from Andrews, Texas. From baking soda to Magic Erasers and even a bit of vinegar, we’ve found a few options as to how to remove grease in your kitchen.
What You’ll Need to Remove Oil from Kitchen Appliances:
- The appliance you want to clean
- Clean Magic Eraser
- You’ll need just enough to activate your Magic Eraser
- Opt for a microfiber cloth here to avoid damaging the surfaces in your kitchen by scrubbing with something too abrasive.
I use to hold the false assumption that crepes were really hard to make! After eating them at a friend’s house, I decided to give them a try. And I’m so glad I did. They are not so difficult to whip up and have quickly become a family favorite!