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Cooking Spray Replacement

You don’t have to buy expensive and wasteful cooking sprays. All you need is oil and your hand.

 Put a tablespoon or so of oil (your choice, I cook with olive oil) into your baking pan or dish. 38 more words

Household Tips

Kitchen Tips Tuesday: Cutting Tips

Lately, I have been cutting through lots of different things that are dense, sticky, gooey or hard, often using a shape cutter to do it. After much frustration and a little trial and error, I have come up with some solutions to getting a good, clean cut. 302 more words


Kitchen Hints of the Day!

Cook healthier by trying these hints…….

* Use cooking spray or small amounts of olive or canola oil instead of butter.
* Grill, broil, bake, and stir fry instead of frying. 55 more words


Inside Look - Frylight


Frylight is a low-fat cooking spray which also happens to be very non-stick, more so than regular vegetable oil. So we spray it on baking trays sometimes before adding pizza, cookies or whatever it is we are baking. 82 more words


Baked Zucchini Fries

With summer coming to a close, so does our version of French fries.  These baked zucchini fries make a great side dish or snack (or in the case of my kids, their main course).   308 more words


Aerosols – Classification and Danger

Pressurized deodorants, insecticides, medicinal sprays, spray paint cans, cooking spray etc. are called aerosols. Norwegian engineer Erik Rotheim patented the first aerosol can way back in 1927. 644 more words