Learn how to prepare lamb noisettes in this simple how-to video from the Good Housekeeping Institute Cookery School. Lamb noisettes are slices of boned, ...
Tips No. 70. It’s time to organize your freezer (Part I).Having a neat and tidy freezer will save your time, energy, and money. Here are a few pointers for organizing and cleaning out your freezer.a. Unplug your freezer and remove the ice from the freezer trays.b. Ditch anything that has expired. Get rid of freezer-burnt food. Toss the food that you will never eat.c. Clean your freezer thoroughly. Scrub it with a sponge, water, mild soap or homemade cleaner. Clean up the drawers and detachable shelves. Wipe down the walls of your freezer with paper towels.d. Add drawers, shelves and the food back. Seal your food in food-saver bags.Put these tips into practice and you will enjoy your frozen food!
Tips No. 248. Add glam with narrow shelves.Add style and glamour to your home with narrow shelves. They are perfect for easy access to the things you use every day in your living room. Remember – any unused space is a great spot for storage space! Don't neglect the corners because they are the perfect place for those shelves. Small narrow shelves will provide you with just enough space for your everyday items, as well as beautiful display space for your collectables.
Tips No. 340. A great way to organize your cleaning supplies – under sink space.Space under the sink is usually hard to get to and, therefore, it becomes forgotten over time. Space under the sink offers a lot of possibilities to store your laundry supplies.a. Corral your detergents by using a metal caddy or a bucket and conceal it under your sink.b. You can organize spray bottles by installing a tension rod under your sink.c. Then, try to store garbage bags.d. One of the most useful organizing solutions is a clear bin. Use a few clear bins to keep your detergents neatly organized. Go one step further and label your bins. Make cleanup a breeze!!