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    THIS mom has shared unique ways to make life easier and save time in the kitchen using everyday household appliances. Gigi who goes by @altruality on TikTok gave away five tips to use around your house. 2This mom shared her five life hacks that are perfect for around the houseCredit: TikTok/@alltruality 2You can use a headrest to break a car window in case of an emergencyCredit: TikTok/@alltruality If you hate when people leave water rings on your coffee table, try using the lids of soda cups as coasters. The ring in the middle of the lid is the same size as the bottom of the cup. The lid's lips will also catch any condensation that drips off the cup. There never seems to be a place for the stirring spoon when making dinner. Read more on life hacksCASH IN I'm a bargain queen & you can get 5 CVS household items for under $15 with my hackSCHOOL RULES I'm a mum-of-four & my back-to-school hacks make the mornings less stressful Dinner prep can get messy and chaotic, but this...
    TRADER Joe’s is a store that has a reputation for selling a wide variety of affordable items. One Trader Joe's superfan has shared her favorite products from the grocery store, saying that many of them save her time in the kitchen. 5A woman named Janine Clements reveals 12 items she loves buying from Trader Joe'sCredit: Getty Janine Clements told Insider that although she’s originally from the UK, she relocated to the US – and she considers Trader Joe’s one of her favorite places to shop for groceries and other items. Frozen Crushed Garlic Cubes Janine says that frozen crushed garlic cubes are some of her favorite things to purchase. She says: “I regularly use garlic but don't enjoy peeling and crushing it… Read More About Trader Joe'sTRADE OFF I'm a Trader Joe's fan – 10 products not worth the money, from coffee to saladsIN BLOOM I'm a Trader Joe's fan - my 2 tricks will make grocery store flowers look fancy “So I love Dorot Gardens' frozen, hassle-free garlic cubes because you simply pop them into the pan for instant...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I often do the evening kitchen clearing and dishwashing for our household, and I do a thorough job. While working at the sink, I often wish to spit into the drain, but hesitate, wondering if it is appropriate. When I do spit, I am careful and it goes directly into the drain, so it doesn’t contaminate the sink at all. I’m uncomfortable, though. Could you please comment on the etiquette of this action? GENTLE READER: Human saliva and kitchen cleaning should never meet, especially at the same sink — however undetectable you think it may be. (And it is only a matter of time before you are caught and never trusted to do the dishes again.) Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: It turned out he wasn’t actually dead, which was awkward Advice | Miss Manners: I said yes to being maid of honor before I heard the bride’s odd plan Advice | Miss Manners: Is it OK to eat a meal after reporting a hair in it? ...
    THE KITCHEN is often the centre of the house, so everyone wants to make sure theirs is chic and modern. But for most people, revamping their kitchen is out of the question as it's often the priciest room in the house to refurbish. 2Previously the kitchen looked dated and drabCredit: Carol Fortescue 2The kitchen looked chic and modern after Carol, 73, updated the cupboardsCredit: Carol Fortescue But one savvy DIY fan, managed to spruce her space up using just one basic material: paint from B&Q. Carol Fortescue, 73, from Northampton, spent three weeks blitzing her dated kitchen and transforming it. By doing the work herself and updating the existing cabinets she saved upwards of £3,000, instead paying just £76 for the dramatic transformation. Speaking to DIY On A Budget UK, Carol said: "It started off when I was helping a friend decorate their static caravan. “They wanted to change the dark woodwork, so we asked advice from the paint department at B&Q and they suggested the V33 cupboard paint. Read more on DIYTILE SAY! I transformed my boring grey kitchen tiles...
    The holidays are a busy time for all. Most of us will be spending more time at work in the days leading up to Thanksgiving and on top of that, it’s time to start thinking about what we want to make and bracing ourselves for the grocery shopping-ocalypse. But sometimes, you just don’t get the time to think through what you’re going to make. Well, don’t worry — we have your back! If there is anything we love, it’s easy vegan mains that taste like a million bucks but take as little time as possible to prepare. You can make delicious food in no time at all. Really. So, sit back and enjoy the day with friends, family, and significant others. Whether you’re working the holiday or you just plain don’t feel like spending hours in the kitchen, you can still have a glorious feast! For those interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  – with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest meatless, vegan, plant-based and allergy-friendly recipe resource to help you...
    A THIRD of people in a relationship consider their other half to be the ‘most annoying person they know’ because of their irritating habits. A poll of 2,000 people found they typically spend a fifth of the day feeling annoyed at their partner because of snoring, passing wind, loudness, messiness and rudeness. 1 When asked who usually wins an argument four out of 10 said ‘nobody’ Other top gripes include never listening, talking through TV shows and being bad with money. While leaving crumbs on the kitchen side, using their phone mid-conversation and leaving clothes on the bedroom floor were other top annoying traits. But 41 per cent secretly love their partner’s irritating habits – and wouldn’t have them any other way. Most read in News TEARS FOR GABBY Funeral held in New York as $20k bounty offered to catch Brian Laundrie WHERE IS HE? FBI visits Brians home asking for personal items to match DNA ‘TAKE CARE’ Gabby Petito’s dad warns women in toxic relationships to ‘leave now’ MANHUNT ON Gabby spent birthday on Appalachian Trail where experts...
    A nutritionist has revealed why you need to try the 'no prep meal prep' idea when you want to be healthy but can't be bothered to spend hours in the kitchen before the working week. Ange, from Melbourne, said it can he hard to motivate yourself to chop and cook protein, complex carbs and veg on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But making and bringing your own lunch to the office means you're far more likely to stay on track with your healthy eating goals and even drop body fat. A nutritionist has revealed why you need to try the 'no prep meal prep' when you want to be healthy but can't be bothered to spend hours in the kitchen (pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mum and dad-of-16 from Australia's largest family answer the... REVEALED: The idyllic secret spot in Sydney a leading... This $49 cleanser has been voted the BEST in Australia by... Your guide to Zoom meetings: Etiquette expert reveals her... Share this article Share ...
    An organised mum has shared the simple meal prepping system she swears by to make week-day cooking a breeze, and it will revolutionise how you shop and store your food. Karlie, from Melbourne, posted on Facebook, where she explained that meal prepping is one of the 'best ways' she stays organised, saves time and money, and makes sure her family-of-four are eating healthily.  'I've had a few questions about my meal prep, so I thought I would explain it a bit better,' Karlie posted on Facebook. 'Each week, I do my grocery shopping. When I get home, I chop all the fruit and veggies. The fruit and salads go into OXO Greensavers to help keep them fresh.' An organised mum has shared the simple meal prepping system she swears by to make week-day cooking a breeze, and it will revolutionise how you shop and store your food (pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The secret to amazing abs: Fit mum-of-four, 32, reveals why... Busy mum-of-four, 40, reveals exactly how she lost 10kg in......
    CHICAGO (CBS) — At a time in life when many people are enjoying retirement, a generous group of church members on Chicago’s South Side are working hard to feed the hungry. CBS 2’s Jim Williams goes inside their kitchen. READ MORE: Some Chicago Bars And Restaurants Are Beginning To Require Proof Of COVID-19 Vaccination This Week The volunteers arrive here early every Monday morning. At 6:00, the kitchen is abuzz as they prepare more than 200 hot meals at the café they call “A Spoonful of Hope.” On the menu this day: green beans, French fries, pork roast, rolls and more. “Here they get a whole entrée. Everything. Dessert, the meal, the juice.” It takes hours to prepare these hot meals, and to pack them up and get them in the hands of folks who need them, and take them home. People like Sheena Watts. “Oh we would be starving. We would be starving. That’s why I come every week. So I can eat.” Once a week, in the basement of the Martin Temple AME Zion Church at 69th and...
    A Taco Bell employee who quit his job to pursue playing video games full time finished his last shift in style this week - by diving into the kitchen sink.    Steven Pauley, 20, from West Virginia, asked a colleague to film him as he launched himself into the sink full of frothy water at the end of a night shift at Taco Bell on June 14. Hilarious footage shows the fast food employee cannon balling into the kitchen sink, sending soapy water splashing all over the floor and then emerges completely drenched, clutching cutlery in his hands. The video was uploaded to TikTok where it has more than 17million views and 40,000 comments.  Steven Pauley, 20, from West Virginia, who has quit his job to pursue playing video games full time, finished his last shift at Taco Bell in style this week - by diving into the kitchen sink Steven had been employed at the Mexican-inspired chain for three years before his big exit.  Steven said: 'A lot of people are giving me a bad rap for the video. But I...
    CASTELBUONO, Sicily (AP) — When my wife and I bought a hectare (about 2.5 acres) of countryside with three buildings on it in the mountains of Sicily four years ago, I didn’t expect – or want – the work to be done quickly. Little did I know it would become what feels like a lifetime of work. After much dreaming and doubting, drafting floor plans and scrapping wild ideas, looking at the structures from every angle, studying their fissures and (lack of) craftsmanship, I finally felt ready earlier this year to begin work on the main construction project: turning a two-story barn made out of imposing, and boring, cement blocks into a funky kitchen and cozy bedrooms. “Chalk! Can you buy me some chalk in town?” I asked my wife before she headed out the door with our two sons, off to school a couple months ago. We have been living in one of the three buildings on the property: It’s a tiny farmer’s house that was, importantly for jobless transplants like us from city life in America, inhabitable...
    DIY-mad Brits prioritised the garden more than any room in the house during lockdown, followed by the living room, kitchen, master bedroom and bathroom, according to research. A poll of 2,000 homeowners found 86 per cent have conducted some form of DIY after a year of coronavirus restrictions increased the time spent at home. 5DIY-mad Brits prioritised the garden more than any room in the house during lockdownCredit: Getty And of those, more than half (56 per cent) did so in order to adapt to the pandemic – including 14 per cent adding a home office. While 46 per cent completed some form of DIY in their garden area, 36 per cent updated the living room. The kitchen was refreshed by 31 per cent, while homeowners were more likely to spruce up their main bathroom (25 per cent) than their own bedrooms (24 per cent). Reasons for DIY projects included homeowners ticking jobs off their to-do list (41 per cent), to improve wellbeing (15 per cent) and to take their minds off the pandemic (17 per cent). 5While 46 per...
    BURGER King has been slammed after tweeting "women belong in the kitchen" - on International Women's Day. The fast-food giant shared the message on its Twitter account today - sparking fury from followers. 7Burger King has been blasted after tweeting 'women belong in the kitchen' - on International Women's DayCredit: Burger King 7One person blasted it as 'the worst PR move of all time'Credit: Burger King Burger King then revealed the firm's new scholarship programme to help female workers. The follow-up tweet read: "If they want to, of course. Yet only 20% of chefs are women. "We're on a mission to change the gender ratio in the restaurant industry by empowering female employees with the opportunity to pursue a culinary career. #IWD "We are proud to be launching a new scholarship programme which will help female Burger King employees pursue their culinary dreams!" 'MASSIVE FAIL' International Women's Day celebrates the achievements of women around the globe, and is marked on March 8. But Burger King faced a furious backlash, with some attacking the post as "trash". A war of words...
    From not wanting to do the dishes to craving something that actually tastes good, there are lots of reasons to order takeout these days. But if you want to make sure your family is getting the proper nutrition they need, home-cooked meals are clearly the way to go. And that’s where must-have kitchen appliances come into the picture. If you’d rather do just about anything instead of prep for a meal, the Sirena Rapid Pot is a must-have in your kitchen. That’s because it enables you to prepare mouth-watering, gourmet meals in a fraction of the time it normally would — it works a whopping 70% faster than conventional pressure cookers! What will you do with all that extra time? What really sets the Sirena Rapid Pot apart from other cooking gadgets out there is its incredible versatility. Whether you’re roasting a chicken or preparing a hearty stew, this pressure cooker is always up to the challenge. And thanks to its generous six-quart capacity, you can easily whip up meals for the entire family in one go, leaving you with...
    A PLACE in the Sun viewers blasted a couple for "wasting time and talking s**t" as they rejected every single property. Couple Steve and Jane were looking for a town house in Tenerife for holidays with their five children - on a budget of £200,000. 9Steve and Jane were unsatisfied with all the properties However, no matter what host Jasmine Harman showed the pair on Friday's episode, they rejected on different grounds. Despite having a relatively small budget, Steve and Jane required a garden, traditional interior looks and a studio for Steve. The five properties all seemed to fit the bill, but each of them received a mediocre response from the couple. Some properties were too modern, some were not modern enough. 9The roof terrace on the fifth property 9They weren't happy with the kitchen One property had a kitchen they didn't like and others had roads and electric pylons too close. The closest Jasmine got to a yes was the fifth property - a six-bedroom townhouse. The pair even told Jasmine...
     A BRAINTEASER challenges YOU to spot the seven hazards in this kitchen scene. See if you can beat the record time of just 45 seconds to find all the items. 2Challenge yourself to spot the seven dangerous hazards in this kitchen sceneCredit: Hammonds Kitchens There are seven different items in the image that pose a hazard, creator Hammonds Kitchens said. Many people have been washing their hands more frequently in the Covid pandemic – but how do your hygiene habits stack up in the kitchen? See if you've got the know-how to spot the different risks that are in this scene. Most people take around 45 seconds to spot all the items. Need a hint? The hazards may be on the counter, on the floor, or on the appliances. Scroll down to see if you could spot all seven correctly... 2Did you spot all seven hazards?Credit: Hammonds Kitchens Most read in LifestyleLive BlogHEIR THIS'The Queen should have been told about Oprah', claims royal expertVAGI-NOPEDocs warn against TikTok trend that can cause burns and scarring down thereMYSTIC MEGFebruary 18: A sun surge...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ludacris can rap, write songs, and act. He just can’t cook, and no, opening cans and slapping together bologna or grilled cheese sandwiches doesn’t count. Back in his days of, as he says, not having “two nickels to rub together,” Ludacris would throw together whatever he could find, chow down and get back to his music. “When men like myself are hungry, we just want to eat,” he said Thursday on a video call. “We don’t want to take 30 minutes to an hour to cook.” He’s finally upping his skills in the kitchen in “Luda Can’t Cook,” a one-hour special that debuts Feb. 25 on the discovery+ plus streaming service. He gets schooled by chef Meherwan Irani, who introduces Ludacris to international flavors and techniques. “It was an eye-opener and so many lightbulb moments for me,” he said. Ludacris isn’t the only entertainer in the kitchen. Singer Selena Gomez has been upping her quarantine cooking skills on “Selana + Chef,” which was renewed for a second season on HBO Max. Ludacris first got interested in...
    Christmas is a time for delicious food... but one too many festive treats and our waistlines can quickly expand.  Fortunately there are simple tricks everyone can try to keep the weight off over the festive season - and some even claim to be fun.  FEMAIL asked three UK-based health, fitness and lifestyle experts to share their tips, including creating an exercise 'game' with playing cards, playing classical music at dinner time and practising just saying 'no' if someone offers you an extra chocolate or roast potato.   Use playing cards to create your own exercise 'game'  The Christmas holidays is a time of playing board games with your friends and family, so why not create your own exercise game that will let your imagination run wild and help keep you fit at the same time, said David Wiener, a training specialist at AI-based fitness and lifestyle coaching app Freeletics. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Deck the halls! Photo competition to find UK's most festive... Revealed: BBC bosses made Brendan O'Carroll CHANGE script... Share...
    Run, don’t walk, to this stunning Santa Teresa neighborhood home on the market for the first time. This two-story home with five bedrooms sits on a 10,810-square-foot lot and features elegant yet comfortable rooms.  Pride of ownership is evident in this meticulously maintained and beautifully updated home at 201 Arequipa Court that prominently sits at the end of a cul-de-sac on about a quarter acre. Its curb appeal will immediately grab your attention, while the more than 2,563 square feet of living space on two levels and an expansive outdoor mecca will continue to impress. Built by Arcadia, a premier homebuilder, the home enjoys a peaceful setting, surrounding hillside views, and convenient proximity to shopping, restaurants, freeway access, parks, and top-rated schools. The family room is inviting with a custom gas fireplace, a crafted mantel and a hardwood floor.  This home features five bedrooms and three bathrooms on two levels with a main-level guest room and full bathroom. The bathrooms are updated with stylish tile and fixtures. There are dual-pane windows, plush carpet, decorative millwork and trim, travertine, hardwood floors,...
    (CNN)Ever wonder what it's like to be Dolly Parton for a day? Well, for one, you'll certainly be working more than 9 to 5. The glamorous country music icon shared her daily routine in an interview with Marie Claire. The issue's December cover star spoke candidly with drag matriarch RuPaul about her everyday schedule, and yes, it's every bit as intense and Dolly-esque as you'd expect. She starts every morning with a 3 a.m. prayer The key to a very Dolly day is a very unappealing wake-up time. Parton told RuPaul that she's "almost always up" by 3 a.m. And she wastes no time as soon as her eyes are open. Read MoreParton, who considers herself to be a "very spiritual person," says that she prays to God first thing every single morning. "Every single day, before I do anything, I wake up and I thank God for the night and ask Him to bless the day and to bring all the right things...all the wrong people out of my life, and bring all the right stuff in," Parton said....
    (CNN)The increase in the number of people cooking and trying recipes during the pandemic has led to a surge in canning -- because experienced canners are doing it more and novices want to give it a try.And that surge has led to a shortage in Mason jars and lids."There's so many more people canning this year than have ever canned. We have seen a big upswing in new people trying to can," said Nellie Oehler, the coordinator for Oregon's statewide food preservation hotline, who added she's been answering lots of calls from around the nation about the lack of supply.Marie Bregg, the owner of Mason Jar Merchant, a canning jar supplier, said she started seeing a huge increase in demand in the middle of August."Our sales basically went up 600% that week and haven't dropped since," she said.Read MoreMost of the demand is for the two-part lids necessary for canning, because they are single-use, whereas the glass jars can be used over and over. The lids have a disc that sits on the mouth of the jar with a ring...
    Entertainment : The impact of Alberto Chicote’s program on La Sexta has been such in the world of hospitality that several of the restaurant owners who were protagonists of his program founded an association of « victims » of Nightmare in the Kitchen months ago. These hoteliers say that in the program everything was exaggerated and that in no case was there a real image of what was happening inside the premises that were going so bad that they had to call television to try to rescue their businesses. Be that as it may, the hoteliers say that seven out of ten of the businesses visited by this chef who presents one of the most watched formats on television in Spain end up closing their doors. Chicote’s work system is always the same. The chef offers a moralistic speech to the hoteliers who in theory he is going to help. In addition, his team redecorates the bar or restaurant in which a new menu is also imposed. And that’s when the good season comes...
    ‘Do I really need to go to that party?’ — WHO urges young people to help reduce virus transmission Incoming Stanford freshman Rachel Heck carves out post-hurricane U.S. Womens Amateur lead Peek Inside Selena Gomezs Kitchen in This Behind-the-Scenes Preview of Her HBO Cooking Show Selena Gomez is learning a thing or two about her kitchen! © Provided by People HBO Max On Tuesday, the "Rare" singer, 28, shared a sneak peak of her upcoming HBO Max cooking show, Selena + Chef, which follows Gomez as she polishes her cooking skills while self-isolating at home during the coronavirus pandemic. © HBO Max The singer is using her time at home during the coronavirus pandemic to polish her cooking skills "A little sneak of what I’m cookin' up," she captioned the footage, which shows Gomez getting a virtual lesson from chef Ludo Lefebvre. "Alright, what are you going to teach me to cook?" Gomez ask's Lefebvre in the opening scene as the footage transitions to clips of her kitchen and Lefebvre asking her to get some ingredients together. At one point in...
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