Heloise Hints

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January 2014 Archives

Storing Chocolate for Cooking

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When you buy this kind of chocolate, you should wrap it well and store in a cool spot that’s also dry. Here’s what else you should do. READ MORE * You do not need to put chocolate in the refrigerator, […]

Peeling Garlic Cloves

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If you have to peel and mince a lot of garlic cloves for a dish, it can be time-consuming, here’s hint used by chefs that will make it faster. READ MORE Place the garlic clove on a cutting board, then […]

Kitchen Cabinets a Mess?

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If your pots and pans are jumbled in your cabinets and hard to reach, here’s an easy way to organize them. It’s as simple as A-B-C. READ MORE 1. Remove everything from the cupboard and then reorganize in 3 groups: […]

Transporting Deviled Eggs

posted by lwhite

If you are taking deviled eggs to a party or potluck supper, getting them there in tact is your main goal. Here are some ideas on how to do that. READ MORE 1. Put them in a clean, plastic foam […]

Bed Pillows Need Washing?

posted by lwhite

To refresh and clean bed pillows, first determine the content—down, foam or polyester and read the care labels, here are the next steps to take. READ MORE * Foam pillows: Wash this type by hand in a big sink. Apply […]

Coffee Thermos Stained?

posted by lwhite

If you use a coffee thermos/mug while you commute every day, it can easily become stained, particularly if it’s left in the car or on your desk all day. Here’s an easy way to clean it. READ MORE First, sprinkle […]

Previous Posts

Other Uses for Nail Polish
Nail polish can be used in a zillion other ways than just making nails look good! I’m the QUEEN of nail polish fix ups, cover overs and mark it right hints. You can identify items with red and repair a lot of other items with clear polish. Here are the other ways you can use polish: To mark obj

posted 8:00:03am Nov. 28, 2014 | read full post »

Storing Vegetables and Fruits
When you bring home vegetables or fruits from the farmers market or grocery store, it’s important to store them properly in the refrigerator to make them last longer. Try to eat fruits and vegetables with several days after you get them. But if you can’t, here’s how to keep them as fresh as po

posted 8:00:08am Nov. 27, 2014 | read full post »

Mock Pecan Pie
This delicious pie really tastes like a pecan pie, but is instead made with pinto beans. It will be fun to serve to guests and then tell them what it really contains. It will be a party favorite. Trust me on this one! I’ve made it, served it and did not tell the truth until everyone was done! M

posted 8:00:00am Nov. 26, 2014 | read full post »

Vacuums Need Cleaning Too!
Our cleaning tools that do such a good job of cleaning up for us, they also need to be examined often to wash or wipe down, so they can do an even better job of keeping our homes clean. Here are the steps you should take with vacuum cleaners: 1. Always unplug the vacuum first. Using hot soapy wat

posted 8:00:49am Nov. 25, 2014 | read full post »

How to Remove Tablecloth Stains
We love to use or good tablecloths during the holidays. They make a table look so lovely. And, of course, the tablecloths take a beating because stains just happen! Here are Heloise Hints to help you take off gravy and red-wine stains: 1. To remove that goopy gravy, spoon it up right after is spi

posted 8:00:55am Nov. 24, 2014 | read full post »


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