Cooking Tips

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Tip 1: Keeping pasta fresh?
Sometimes we get ahead of ourselves in the kitchen. Normally, pasta is the last thing you want to make but there are times when we need to make it first. To keep it fresh, you can put it in an airtight storage and put in the refrigerator and when you are ready to serve simply take it out and put the pasta back into the boiling water for a couple of seconds and get ready to serve your fresh pasta.

Tip 2: Salty soup
Sometimes we get a heavy hand in the kitchen which causes the food to taste salty. This can be very frustrating, especially when you have worked all day to prepare this meal. Well the answer is probably somewhere in your kitchen. You may want to try adding some sliced up raw potato. It is a helpful way to adsorb salt and add as an extra element if desired.

Tip 3: Burnt Pie Crust
Sometimes we spend day and night trying to perfect the pie that we have been craving for. You are overall pleased by your effort, but unsatisfied by the result. Something as simple as the tips of the pie crust can change the entire look and taste of your pie. Since the rim of the crust is exposed to the heat it has a tendency to cook faster than the rest of the pie. However, by placing aluminium foil on the rim of the pie crust it will keep it from burning and allow it to cook a lot slower. Making it finish at the same time as the rest of this pie.

Tip 4: Invest in the best
By investing in the best products like Corelle, Visions, Corningware, Pyrex, Snapware, Baker’s Secret, Chicago Cutlery and other top quality products; you will have the best cooking and overall experience. These brands pride themselves in being able to create the best experiences while cooking and with family.