How To Clean and Season an Old, Rusty Cast Iron Skillet With Salt and Oil
Cast iron skillets get better with age- as long as you’re consistently cooking with them, and as long as you don’t clean them with soap. If it’s been ages since you’ve actually used your skillet, chances are it’s in need of some TLC. Covered in rust, you say? No problem! Reach for these three simple kitchen staples to help you return your pan to its former glory. Coarse saltOil (vegetable, olive- even Crisco works!
How to remove grease from your kitchen cabinets
There is a free gift waiting for you at the bottom! Hope you like it! Of all the areas of our homes, the kitchen is by far the most dirt prone area. This is due to the fact that food preparation and storage is done in the kitchen. If you have kids they will
How To Clean Burnt Pots & Scorched Pans
If you’ve ever experienced the pain of a burnt frying pan or a totally scorched stainless steel pot, fear not, cleaning it is easier than you think. Find out how to salvage your burnt cookware.
How to Remove Rust from Metal
How to Remove Rust from Metal. When metal has rusted, throwing it away and buying a replacement isn't always an option. You can remove rust using household ingredients such as aluminum foil and a mild acid like white vinegar, or with...
How To Clean Baked-On Gunk from Pans with Dryer Sheets
Okay, I’ll be honest…I haven’t bought dryer sheets in years. But, for whatever reason, there is still a nearly full box of them on the shelf in the laundry room. I keep them around for one use and one use alone: getting baked-on gunk off of baking pans and cookie sheets. I learned this little trick years ago from Martha Stewart.