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Re: Win Oxo's Good Grips Salad Spinner

It's now when my salad spinner starts to complain from over work. A new one would help.

Re: Win a Cook on Clay Casserole

It seems that it could add some depth to the cooked food.

Re: Win a Pair of Cake Stands

functional and attractive. Well done.

Re: Movable Feast with Fine Cooking Gets Ready for Launch with a Colavita Gift Basket Giveaway

Wish you success with the show. Looking forward to it.

Re: Win Joanne Weir's Must-Have Cooking Tools

That pepper mill looks like a rugged, last pepper mill you'll ever use kind of tool. I'd take that to vacation homes and use it there.

Re: Win Steven Raichlen's Favorite Grill Tools

I'm a big fan. Grilling on the embers is intriguing. The equipment is ideal for anyone who grills.

Re: Win Melissa Clark's Must-Have Kitchenware

kudos to the designers. very inspiring kitchen

Re: Win Grace Young's Must-Have Cooking Tools

Using these tools would be like channeling G
. Young into my kitchen

Re: Win Tom Douglas's Must-Have Entertaining Tools

For an event, it's the human element that counts. Have the right people and you're guaranteed to have a blast.

Re: Win Tom Douglas's Must-Have Entertaining Tools

Being confidently organized is the key to enjoying your own party, but flexibility is sometimes necessary. When a dear realtive brings fruit and wants to make Grandma's fruit salad, you have to be able to enjoy that.

Re: Charred & Scruffed

I save bacon grease and,using wadded up paper towels,rub that on the grill after first heating and cleaning.

Re: Baking Soda and Baking Powder

"If it doesn't say, assume it's double acting" is wrong for at least one product in my pantry.
If making my own baking powder and using immediately, could I eliminate the cornstarch, which I think just keeps it dry, preventing clumping?
Has anyone seen/used new product: aluminum-free, double acting baking powder?

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