Tips of the Week (Contributed by: Mummy)

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This week there are quite a few tips to share – while some may not be directly related to cooking, they are definitely related with the kitchen and the household! My mum had forwarded an email she received and now I’m sharing them with you!

ENJOY!! And have a great weekend!

A pringles container is the perfect size to store dry spaghetti pasta:

Store_spaghetti_in_pringles_container

A wooden spoon placed on top of a pot of boiling water prevents the water from overflowing:

Wooden_spoon_to_prevent_water_from_overboiling

Scrape a walnut allow the worn-out edges of wooden furniture to achieve a brand new look:

Walnut

A cereal bowl is the perfect amplifier for your iPhone – to accompany you in the kitchen as you cook:

Glass_bowl_as_amplifier_for_iphone

Use bread bag clips to label cords; they make awesome identifiers!

Bread_bag_clips_to_label_cords

Use a comb to help you hammer a nail, to prevent thumbs from being hammered!

Comb_to_help_hammer_nail

A clothes hanger is a best way to store christmas lights or long wire cords:

Wrap_christmas_lights_with_clothes_hanger

Cardboard tubes can be recycled as space organizers:

Cardboard_tubes_for_organizing_cords

Place a sock-stocking over the vacumn cleaner mouth to find small lost items:

Rubber_band_a_sock_over_vacumn_to_find_lost_items

Use sticky post-its to catch debris when drilling:

Sticky_notes_to_catch_debris_while_drilling

Don’t buy special towels to wipe floors; regular kitchen rags work just fine:

Regular_kitchen_rags

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Felicia is a Singaporean that's currently located in Buenos Aires, also known as the "Paris of South America". After moving to Argentina because of love, she found herself grappling with the mysterious concept known as cooking. Starting this blog has helped her explore the kitchen, the effect cooking has on our lives, and generally helped her make more friends with people like you! Please stay a while and explore!

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