Home for the Holidays comes with its joyful share of pulling out all the decorating, baking, entertaining, and celebrating the season stops.
Here’s a few holiday household hints and tips that may prove to come in holiday handy, and here is a few more holiday hints and tips from holiday posts past.
I’m all about kicking off the holiday season in a no problem November zone.
Remove wax drips from candlesticks by placing them in the freezer for thirty minutes.
The “drips” will come right off.
Garlic belongs in the gumbo, not on your hands.
Handling garlic and onion goes with the culinary territory and with that comes the smell that is left on your hands.
Rub your hands on a stainless steel surface such as the kitchen faucet to cut the smell.
Remove coffee stains from a glass coffee carafe with a simple recipe of 1 tablespoon salt, a handful of ice cubes and 1 tablespoon of water.
Add salt, ice and water to the cool carafe and swirl until clean.
Rinse well with water and dry.
Fill vase with luke warm water and drop in a denture cleaner tablet.
Let the tablet do its thing overnight.
Pour out solution, wash vase with luke warm water and dry.
Do not use hot water- it can cause the vase to crack.
Gunk, funk and baked on junk left behind on roasters and baking pans is not my idea of a welcomed holiday leftover.
Baked on will be gone in two simple steps.
Grab a couple of dryer sheets from the laundry room.
Fill the pan half full of warm water and place the dryer sheets in the warm water.
Soak the pan overnight.
Pack guests a parting piece of pie in these deluxe Wedge-Shaped Pie Box Kits from A la Modo on Etsy.
The kits include:
25 wedge shaped boxes
25 wooden forks
25 food safe parchment liners
14 yards of traditional red & white bakers twine
Here’s a couple of helpful conversion charts to assist with the aforementioned pie and all your holiday seasoning and measuring needs.