Homemade sore throat candy drops
My husband often suffers from sore throats:-( I was looking for some natural remedy that would coat and protect his throat. After many experiments I finally found my sore throat candy drops recipe:-) They are 100% natural, easy to make and really effective!
Potato stamps for kids
Sometimes children have more fun playing with simple things than with expensive toys. These potato stamps are a good proof:-) They are very easy to make, don't require a lot of materials and time and develop your kids' creativity. Then you can make your own unique shapes. Your kids will enjoy playing with them a lot! You need: - big potatoes - a normal kitchen knife - cookie cutters - paints Cut the potato in half Place the cookie cutter into the center of the potato and press it Cut all…
How to deseed a pomegranate
Here is my favorite fruit:-) Pomegranates are very delicious and impressively nutrient (they contain vitamin A, C, D, E, K, B6 and that's not even half of the list!!!) Unfortunately, peeling and deseeding pomegranates can be really challenging: it takes a lot of time and sometimes the kitchen looks like a crime scene after:-)))) These easy steps show how to deseed a pomegranate in a quick and easy way. STEP 1 Cut the top of the pomegranate STEP 2 Score the sides of the pomegranate along the…
How to remove bitterness from Brussels sprouts
To reduce the bitter flavor from Brussels sprouts cut them in two. Mix 1 liter of water and 1/2 lemon juice. Bring it to boil, add Brussels sprouts and boil for 5 minutes.
How to remove stains from tea cups
Pretty often tea and coffee leave ''stubborn'' brown stains on the cups. They just don't want to wash off! There is a cheap and quick way to remove them - use baking soda. Put 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in a cup and clean it with a damp sponge or rag. Here is my cup before cleaning And this is the magic of baking soda Enjoy your cup of tea and have a nice day:-)
How to get rid of pantry moths
To prevent an infestation of pantry moths just place some bay leaves on the shelves of the pantry and put a bay leaf in a container with flour, cereals, rice and other dry food. It really works! The moths will not appear:-)