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Do's and Don'ts of Refrigerator Storage

Written by Danielle Travali.

A refrigerator stuffed with fresh food is a major blessing in life. But a fridge filled with random tubs of mysterious grub from who-knows-when can be a total hassle when you’re searching for something delicious, nutritious and fresh to eat. Here’s our list of basic DOs and DON’Ts of storing food in your refrigerator.

Here are the DOs:

  • DO line each shelf in your fridge with rubber gripping foam. This will help keep the shelves neat. If you need to throw the shelf lining away, you can easily place more down on the shelves. It’s very inexpensive to do so.

Essential Pots & Pans Everyone Needs for Cooking

Written by Danielle Travali.

If you're a home cook, it's necessary to have an excellent quality set of pots and pans. Why? Because a good quality set will last you (practically) a lifetime.

You won't necessarily have to worry about ruining your food with the wrong pan or spending your valuable time cleaning pans that you'll probably throw in the trash soon anyway. Let's talk about some of the best quality pots and pans you could buy. Remember, you don't have to buy an entire set of pots and pans in one shopping trip. You can collect them over time or ask for them as birthday or holiday presents. Here are the essential ones that you need:

Saute Pan. This pan should be about 12 inches from one end to the other. The larger the better because you can fit a larger volume inside it.