Kitchen Hints of the Day!

June 26, 2013 at 8:41 AM | Posted in Kitchen Hints | 1 Comment
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Hint #1 – Before you light up your grill, put a little bit of cat litter in the grease tray. It not only will prevent any flare-ups, it will keep the tray from overheating and warping.

 
Hint #2 – Make sure to remove the ashes from the bottom of your grill after each use, because the ashes can retain moisture and cause your grill to rust. Before you remove the ashes, try sprinkling them with used coffee grounds. The grounds will keep the ash from blowing up into your face.

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  1. For a second there I had a raised eyebrow at the cat litter idea, lol, till I finished reading it!


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