Got that much from earlier since others answered what a crisper drawer was earlier. I was just throwing in the beer drawer thing for this later comment to indicate that is yet another strange term (never heard anyone refer to that as a beer drawer, and I don’t drink beer anyway myself).
I never had good results with Shout. But then I figured that if Dawn dishwashing liquid was good for removing oil spills from natural fibers on wildlife, then it would work for fats on fabric. I use it straight, but you have to let it sit for a while (I typically let it go overnight). This has been giving me the most consistently good results. Obviously from someone with a lot of practice.
You travel not only with a baggie of your own grinded pink himalayan sea salt but also with your own squares of butter, “just in case” to add to coffee and food. I may have issues. Sorry for embarrassing you all the time, husband!
If you choose to be a church goer you wonder how to log the Sunday morning communion carbs on MFP.
Dawn - the blue, original kind is the only one I’ve tried - but I put it on, leave it for an hour or so and any food stain is gone. Test it on the item in a small place, first. I’ve not had this problem, but someone mentioned it bleached something of theirs.
You know you’re keto when you’re out to a restaurant and the bread comes, you push the bread away and ask if the butter is actually butter or… spread? With a wrinkled nose.
I don’t drink beer either but my husband always jokes and asks why I put veggies in his beer drawer
I don’t eat swine so chicken rinds sound fine!
The Himalayan salt is higher. (ba-DUM!)
when your post gym snack is a salty gooey mess of braunschweiger, cream cheese, dijon, with celery as the delivery tool
when you realize that artichoke hearts in water are stupid and costco has them in oil AND hearts of palm
I can second that Dawn works great on oily shirts…I have my sink bottle, plus my laundry bottle, plus my hamper bottle!
when you’re super stoked that the only thing in the trash from your pressure cooked hard boiled eggs is the shell!
…and you post it on this forum
…and you store the boiled eggs the way alton brown said to (science)
I made a batch tonight and it worked marvelously!
I learned this trick from watching French chef Jacques Pepin on television one day. It’s an amazing trick!
You need to make these available to the rest of us, we could flood the world with them!
Here ya go:
Business Cards and Pamphlets (graphics and links only, please)
You only cook bacon five pounds at a time and it all comes out as squares.