Tag: storage

How to Store Your Kitchen and Pantry Staples

by in How-to, February 25th, 2014

Storing these kitchen and pantry staple ingredients should be easy but there are a few tricks to remember to keep them tasting their best.

1. Nuts
Nuts should be stored in the freezer. Their high levels of natural oils can turn rancid but cold temperatures will help to slow down the process. The darkness of the freezer will also protect the nuts from being exposed to light, which can cause them to go stale.

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Tupperware Smart Prep System Giveaway

by in Contests, August 9th, 2012

tupperware smart prep system
Make the most of your grill in these remaining summer weeks with the Smart Prep Marinating System. The liquid-tight, lockable container takes the mess out of marinating and breading while still infusing your dish with loads of flavor in seconds. Its compact size is also perfect for taking food on the go.

You can buy your own Smart Prep System, or enter in the comment field below for a chance to win one. To enter: Tell us your favorite kind of marinade in the comments. We’re giving away a Smart Prep System to three lucky, randomly selected commenters.

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Storing Fruits and Vegetables — Fix My Dish

by in How-to, September 27th, 2011

storing fruits and vegetables
Twice a month, we’re giving readers a chance to ask Food Network Kitchens’ advice about an issue they’re having with a dish or a food item. They can’t re-formulate a recipe for you, but they’re happy to help improve it. This week’s question will help readers keep their produce longer.

Question: How can I keep fruits and veggies fresh until I use or cook them? I bought corn on the cob on Tuesday and by Friday, it had lost its moisture and taste. How do I extend the life of my produce? — Beth Patterson-Grinavic Kiessling

Find out the answer to Beth’s question »