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How to Remove Stains From Your Cutting Board

I know I have an issue with stains on my cutting board, which is why I now use a dark board. That being said, I have used this trick and it does work. Just be sure to do the whole board and not just a section of it like I did because now the other ‘dark patches’ that I didn’t clean stand out. (link)


The ultimate search tool for recipies and how to videos because lets be honest, we’d rather watch a video then read. (link)

The War on Salt

Who knew that salt may not be as bad for you as originally thought.  That being said, you shouldn’t be over doing it; take everything in moderation. (link)

Studies that have explored the direct relationship between salt and heart disease have not fared much better. Among them, a 2006 American Journal of Medicine study compared the reported daily sodium intakes of 78 million Americans to their risk of dying from heart disease over the course of 14 years. It found that the more sodium people ate, the less likely they were to die from heart disease. And a 2007 study published in the European Journal of Epidemiology followed 1,500 older people for five years and found no association between urinary sodium levels and the risk of coronary vascular disease or death. For every study that suggests that salt is unhealthy, another does not.

The Perfect Burger

I make a pretty mean burger but there aren’t too many tips here that I don’t know.  But I figured it was worth sharing.  The more people that know how to make a kick ass burger the better.  Down with frozen patties! (link)


Punchfork makes it easier to find the best new recipes from popular sites by using using conversations on social networks to bring high quality recipes that people are talking about. (link)

Food Packaging

Richer colors indicate a richer flavor… Lighter suggests lighter types of foods.

I never really thought there was a method for their packaging madness but I guess I was wrong. (link)

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