Monthly Archives: October 2016

90-Second Scrambled Eggs — Cook Smarter

By Sheela Prakash

Cooking scrambled eggs on the stove only takes 10 to 15 minutes, but sometimes you don’t even have that long. Enter: the microwave. Yes, the microwave. Scrambled eggs made in the microwave are a smart, perfectly good alternative to those made on the stovetop. I know — you may be utterly incredulous, but hear me out.

Will your eggs be as creamy and soft as those made on the stove? No, and we won’t deny that, but when you’re looking to save time, it’s totally acceptable to lean on the microwave.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

90-Second Scrambled Eggs — Cook Smarter

By Sheela Prakash

Cooking scrambled eggs on the stove only takes 10 to 15 minutes, but sometimes you don’t even have that long. Enter: the microwave. Yes, the microwave. Scrambled eggs made in the microwave are a smart, perfectly good alternative to those made on the stovetop. I know — you may be utterly incredulous, but hear me out.

Will your eggs be as creamy and soft as those made on the stove? No, and we won’t deny that, but when you’re looking to save time, it’s totally acceptable to lean on the microwave.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

Tips for Taking Better Care of Your Nonstick Cookware — Tool Tips from The Kitchn

By Stephanie Barlow

(Image credit: Emma Christensen)

I’ll admit I was clueless about nonstick cookware. I bought a brand-new nonstick skillet, with the intention of making eggs, and after a few months I found the eggs were already sticking to the surface of the pan. I had always sprayed it with a short blast of cooking spray and cooked at moderate heat: What gives? Oh, cooking spray is pretty much the worst lubricant for nonstick pans? It was news to me.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

7 Ways to Use Leftover Apple Peels — Tips from The Kitchn

By Kelli Foster

It’s that time of year, when apple-filled desserts reign supreme. From pies and cakes to crisps and muffins, no matter what you’re cooking up, one thing is certain — it’s only a matter of time before you’re staring down a bowl full of apple peels. Instead of tossing them, here are seven ways to give those peels a new life in the kitchen.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy

Brownies Go Boo! With a Gummy Worm Graveyard — Brownies Go Boo

By Meghan Splawn

My birthday falls just before Halloween, and these gummy worm garden brownies were served at almost every Halloween birthday party from the time I was 4 until I turned 12. What looks like frosting on top of these brownies is actually chocolate pudding, making this the greatest combination of brownies, pudding, candy, and crushed cookies ever. It really is the perfect dessert for your Halloween parties.

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Source:: The Kitchn – Apartment Therapy