You want to keep the food you buy and prepare - for as long as they are safe for you and your family, anyway. But how long is that? These 5 Food Storage Tips can help you decide what's safe to eat - and what you should toss.
Finding clouding or a milky film on crystal glassware is frustrating, to say the least. How did it get this way? How do you clean it? Here's how to clean cloudy crystal.
Your kitchen should be organized to make cooking, baking, storing food, family scheduling, feeding pets - virtually everything you do here daily - as simple and quick as possible. Here are 6 easy kitchen organizing tips to help make your kitchen more efficient daily.
The kitchen is the room where everyone congregates, and as a result, it's usually one of the messiest rooms in the house. It's these activities especially that require an elevated level of housecleaning and organization. Enter the family kitchen cleaning rules.
What does a food label "sell by" date really mean? How long is it good after that date? These safety guidelines aren't exactly self-explanatory at times. Here a four common terms you'll find on a food label - and what exactly that food label means.
At what age can a child set and clear the kitchen table? Take out the garbage? This guide to age appropriate kitchen chores for kids will help you divvy up the jobs.
Proper frozen food storage is key to keeping foods from spoiling quickly or getting the dreaded freezer burn. These frozen food storage guidelines detail maximum frozen food storage times for common food items - and how to keep foods freezer safe.
Most kitchen clutter happens as kids come in from school and adults come home from work. As a result, we all dump whatever we're carrying - books, newspapers, mail - on the first solid surface inside the door. These kitchen clutter solutions can help.
A holiday pie or cheesy lasagna meltdown can turn your oven into a smoky, burnt, ooze-encrusted mess. The solution? These oven cleaning tips can help remove these and other unsightly messes.
A recent study found that the top 5 germiest places in the home were in the kitchen: sponges and dishcloths, the sink drain area, the sink faucet handle, cutting boards, and the refrigerator handle. Here's how to start kitchen cleaning with kids.
Whether the sushi went south last month or you simply need to neutralize fridge odors, here's how to bring back a fresh, clean smell to your refrigerator.
You keep a nice house. Your cabinets sparkle. The laundry's always done. But how long has it been since you cleaned your coffee maker? Here's the cheat sheet for cleaning small appliances.