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Display Name: nannypoo
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Here are a few ideas:
Wash them as you go.
Get a dishwasher.
Use a crock pot.
Develop a collection of one-pot meals.
Cook on the weekends for the whole week.
Make enough for two meals.
Find some good sources for takeout food.


Cure My Cooking Problem! Dirty Dishes Get in the Way of Weeknight Cooking The Cooking Cure Spring 2014
3/21/14 01:06 PM

A whoopie pie pan would work. $10 at Bed Bath and Beyond.


How Can I Cook Perfectly Round Egg Whites for Breakfast Sandwiches? Good Questions
3/6/14 04:59 PM

Scrambled eggs with sauteed onions and peppers? BarbaradG, you are an inspiration.


The Egg Personality Test: What Your Style of Egg Says About You A Strictly Scientific Quiz
3/5/14 06:26 PM

Eeeeew.


Dimly Lit Meals For One Will Make You Laugh and Cry Simultaneously Blogs We Love
2/13/14 06:22 PM

Branston Pickle is The Best Thing Ever. I love it on a cheese sandwich, also great on a baked potato or for a nice snacky lunch with fruit and crackers.


Favorite Fall Snack: Branston Pickle
12/2/13 01:57 PM

I googled it. Paula Deen has a recipe, of course. It looks so awful it can only be good. I'm going to try it.


My Favorite Retro Thanksgiving Dish: Pineapple Cheese Casserole
11/22/13 01:07 PM

I hate pumpkin pie. I'm not convinced pumpkins are even food. The smell, that stringy stuff inside - disgusting.


A Pumpkin Pie Manifesto: Why Buy Pumpkin Pie When It's So Easy to Make?
11/18/13 05:04 PM

Order a pizza.


What Do You Serve an Impromptu Guest?
11/11/13 12:48 PM

It seems like the difference here is that you and your friends made a plan to create a nice dinner together while Amelia's host made a plan and told the guests that they will be paying for it. I would love to be included in your party. If I were Amelia I might decline the tacky invitation.


A Friend Asked Me to Pay Cash for Thanksgiving Dinner. What Do I Do? Good Questions
11/4/13 09:28 AM

This recipe looks good, but I think frozen spinach is disgusting. I assume you could wilt 10 ounces of actual spinach in less time than you could squeeze that icky green water out of a lump of mushy thawed spinach. Is there any reason not to do that?


Slow Cooker Recipe: Cheesy \"Baked\" Spinach & Mozzarella Rigatoni Recipes from The Kitchn
10/21/13 12:14 PM

Everything will go out of style at some point. I think you should have things in your kitchen that are functional and beautiful.


Remodeling a Kitchen? 8 Trends To Avoid
10/17/13 04:23 PM

Cutting tomatoes in half? Oh, I don't know... Anyway, nice manicure.


Kitchen Hack: The Fastest, Easiest Way to Slice a Bunch of Cherry Tomatoes Tips from The Kitchn
10/14/13 12:16 PM

So we're all admiring how cute this chicken is, meek and with bangs that need to be cut, and then we hear about tacos and Top Chef? I can hardly stand to eat the homely chickens. I am certainly not going to eat one of these.


Is This Not the Best Chicken You've Ever Seen? (Her Name Is Izzy-Belle.)
10/5/13 12:48 AM

I find 6 minutes to be too long. 4 is plenty, with a little stirring time at the end to bring it together.


How To Make Perfect 15-Minute Risotto
in a Pressure Cooker Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

9/20/13 01:16 PM

Bourbon and french fries? What's wrong with that?


5 Very Real, Very Sad Lunches from
Sad Desk Lunch Quick Lunches From the Experts

9/18/13 06:23 PM

After trying an egg baked in an avocado, I am left wondering why I or anyone else would want to do that. It was just icky.


10 Ways To Fill an Avocado Pit Hole
9/12/13 03:18 PM

Best or worst idea ever you ask? I say worst.


K-Cup Soup: Best or Worst Idea Ever?
9/10/13 10:50 AM

My mother always said it was important to wash the butcher's fingerprints off.


Why You Shouldn't Wash Raw Chicken Video
8/29/13 12:53 PM

This seemed like a really dumb idea until I thought about it for a minute. Now I realize it's brilliant and I'm going to make some today.


Recipe: Frozen Single-Serve Oatmeal with Almonds & Dried Cherries Recipes from The Kitchn
8/27/13 03:11 PM

I have a Kuhn-Rikon. It's totally safe and easy to use. I suppose you can overcook your food and make mush out of almost anything, but if you get a good cookbook (anything by Lorna Sass or Pressure Cooking for Everyone by Rodgers and Ward for example) and follow the directions you can make a pretty fabulous dinner when you're in a hurry. I have made soup, chili, pot roast, stew, cheesecake, cranberry relish, risotto (4 minutes), moroccan chicken (Rodgers and Ward, a big favorite), and it's a great way to cook beans when you forget to soak them overnight. I have a ceramic cooktop and I have never made anything in my pressure cooker that didn't turn out right.


Do Pressure Cookers Inspire Love or Terror in Your Kitchen? Reader Survey
8/19/13 10:53 AM