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Microwave water in bowl or glass, dump water out, cover cold butter. Warm steam will rapidly bring butter to room temp

Microwave water in bowl or glass, dump water out, cover cold butter. Warm steam will rapidly bring butter to room temp

Add half a teaspoon of baking soda to the water when hard-boiling eggs to make the shells incredibly easy to peel off. 101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home | Glamumous!

101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home

Add half a teaspoon of baking soda to the water when hard-boiling eggs to make the shells incredibly easy to peel off. 101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home | Glamumous!

9 Tips & tricks for perfectly cut slices! I live by these tricks. | Bake Play Smile

9 Tips & tricks for perfectly cut slices! I live by these tricks. | Bake Play Smile

MY NEW FAVORITE BAKING TRICK: grate the butter while it is still hard, then mix with other ingredients as normal. It will soften quickly  and perfectly and give an even dispersal of butter throughout the dough. (Because if we’re being real, I always forget to soften the butter and then microwave it, and then it ends up as a fire-y lava liquid mess.)

Peanut butter & pecan cookie sandwiches

MY NEW FAVORITE BAKING TRICK: grate the butter while it is still hard, then mix with other ingredients as normal. It will soften quickly and perfectly and give an even dispersal of butter throughout the dough. (Because if we’re being real, I always forget to soften the butter and then microwave it, and then it ends up as a fire-y lava liquid mess.)

#kitchentip: How many cups in a gallon? This handy kitchen measurement chart will tell you.

#kitchentip: How many cups in a gallon? This handy kitchen measurement chart will tell you.

Simple guidelines for when to use salted or unsalted butter for baking, cooking or serving, and what to do when you only have one type of butter or the other on hand {on Household Management 101}

When To Use Salted Or Unsalted Butter For Baking, Cooking & Serving

Simple guidelines for when to use salted or unsalted butter for baking, cooking or serving, and what to do when you only have one type of butter or the other on hand {on Household Management 101}

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