No mere one-trick pony, an ice cube tray can be used in a variety of clever, creative ways. Watch the video to learn how to employ this versatile tool to reduce kitchen waste. Then, check out our other videos that showcase how to create eye-catching ice cubes that'll add a dash of flair to cocktails, iced tea, and water and to learn how to create a strong, smooth cup of iced coffee.
The market's flooded with gadgets that have been designed to make opening a bottle of wine easier, but the most trusty of them all is also one of the most basic: the waiter's key corkscrew. If you don't know how to work this pared-down tool, no worries. Watch the video to learn the method, so you can look like a pro the next time you're opening a bottle of wine.
If you're still painstakingly cutting out kale's tough, fibrous center ribs with a knife, then take note: there's a faster way to deal with this tedious task. Watch the segment for a — dare we say it — life-changing tip for prepping kale, and then put your handiwork to use in all manners of salads, chips, and fast and easy dinners.
You've mastered the art of deep-frying, but now you're faced with a dilemma: what to do with all that leftover oil? Rather than throw it out — or worse, pour it down the drain — try this simple trick that'll allow you to reuse it a few more times. Not only is it more eco-friendly, but you'll get more bang for your buck.
How does one brew the perfect cuppa joe? To find out, we turned to coffee brewers (and Ice Blended gurus) at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. At the coffee chain's test kitchen, their experts debunked common myths about using, storing, and brewing coffee and demonstrated a foolproof technique for making a cup of pour-over coffee
Used in everything from drinks to desserts, simple syrup is a staple no kitchen should be without. While the classic recipe takes only minutes to make, we have just the trick to make this sweetener even simpler. All you need is a jar and equal parts water and sugar — no stove necessary. To see exactly how it's done, watch the video and learn the technique you'll use over and over again!
Honey, molasses, and golden syrup may add ample flavor and body to recipes, but let's face it: measuring these gooey substances can be messy, inaccurate, and wasteful, as they tend to cling to everything they touch, measuring cups included. Watch the video for a super simple tip that'll keep sticking — and frustration — to a minimum when working with these ingredients.