After you’ve been using your washing machine for a while, you may suddenly notice a musty smell in your “clean” clothes. Go take a whiff and you will most likely find out that you have a smelly washing machine. Even though you put detergent in your washing machine every time you use it, the machine doesn’t necessarily stay clean.
Glass stovetops must be cleaned carefully to keep them looking and operating at their best. There are a couple of ways to clean a glass top stove. Try both to see which you prefer.
Having lot of leftover? Or you just want to have some fried rice? Fried rice is one of the fairly easy dishes to make at home. It’s one of the dishes where you could throw almost any things at it and the result is still perfect.
There is more than one way to make coffee without a coffee maker. Consider what a coffee maker does – it heats water and dispenses the hot water over coffee grounds. It’s not complicated. You just have to expose the coffee grounds to hot water.
Loading a dishwasher may seem simple enough on the surface, but there is a right way and a wrong way. There are some variations, depending on the dishwasher design; however, many hard and fast rules apply to all makes and models.
Clean your Keurig coffee maker once a week or so. The process is quick, easy and will keep your Keurig in tip top shape.
Descale a Keurig coffee maker every three to six months. It is a very important part of Keurig maintenance. This will help the coffee maker last longer and keep it working more efficiently.
My rice cooker has it’s own little sweet spot in the corner of my countertop because I use it so much…at least three times a week. And I have mastered the art of cleaning it quickly and efficiently!
Cooked rice could go together well with any sort of entries and varieties. It’s a fairly simple cooking procedure that anyone can do and the final product should match or even better than what you have tasted in that exotic restaurant.
Over the years, certain foods have garnered new attention for their health benefits, availability, affordability and most of all…versatility. The sweet potato fits this bill to a tee! As a staple in many households year round, in many countries of the world, the sweet potato, and its cousin the yam, has made its way back into our cultural cuisine.