Shortly after I wrote a column on the specific steps to prepare chuck roast (a relatively cheap cut of beef) so that it turns out like prime rib, I got an email from faithful reader, Mary B. We went back and forth a bit as she prepared this for guests. I thought you would enjoy the feedback.
But first, here’s a quick refresher on how to do this:
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Has this happened to you? You open the refrigerator expecting to pull out the fresh, beautiful healthy salad greens you picked up at the market to get dinner on the table, only to reach in and discover a wilted, slimy mess.
That romaine, iceberg, or bag of pre-washed salad mix can’t be more than a week old, but there it is—and into the garbage, it goes. We hate when that happens—especially now as the cost of everything, including fresh produce, is soaring!
Here’s the Deal
There are ways to make salad greens last at least long enough to be consumed. But to be truly useful, whatever we have to do to make it happen needs to be practical—that means quick, easy, and reliable.
Christine Gallary, TheKitchn editor-at-large, was determined to end the mystery and myriad tips out there for storing salad greens by taking the three most popular methods and putting them to the test. The goal was to discover once and for all if the way we store fresh greens matters in the long run. She used a large bag of pre-washed mesclun for the test.
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The only thing better than making my own cleaning products is when what I make turns out to be cheaper, better, and faster than something I might buy in the store to accomplish the same goal. Today’s spray-and-walk-away No-Rinse Daily Shower Cleaner is the perfect solution to keep tubs and showers sparkling between major cleanings.
More than 25 years ago, I learned how to make a powerful Tub and Shower Soap Scum Cleaner that tackles soap scum and beats any commercial product I have ever tested. It rocked my world and it’s done the same for thousands of readers I’ve shared it with through the years (I have included it at the end of this post).
But we needed to find a way to keep our tubs and showers looking that beautiful every day, without a lot of effort. While homemade Tub and Shower Soap Scum Cleaner works really well—like magic!—it’s not for daily maintenance. And that is what prompted this homemade, No-Rinse Daily Shower Cleaner:
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