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Use the Microwave to Dry Your Herbs for Long-Lasting Intense Flavor

Like oysters and princes, herbs are nearly always at their best when they're fresh. But we've all been there: you buy a bunch of parsley from the supermarket for those 2 tablespoons of garnish that you need, a week goes by, and you suddenly find yourself with a whole lot of fresh parsley that's on its way out. What do you do? Compared to other drying methods—like hanging or using a low oven—the microwave produces the most potent dried herbs with the freshest flavor and the brightest color. Here's how to do it. More

5 Ways to Organize Your Spice Rack

If you're unsatisfied with your current spice storage system, here are some methods to consider. I don't think there's such a thing as a perfect system—so much depends on your needs, your spices, and available space—so rather than recommend one approach, I've listed pros and cons for each. More

How to Freeze Bacon

If you've ever wondered how to freeze bacon you've probably googled it by now, but if not, Megan Reardon of Not Martha shares her bacon freezing advice—she rolls it in parchment paper—along with a few pretty photos. About.com says you can keep bacon in the freezer for a month before the fat goes rancid. Related Quick Tip: How to Substitute Bacon for Pancetta The Baconcyclopedia, Everything You Want to Know About Bacon on One Really Long Page In Videos: Squeez Bacon from ThinkGeek... More

Uncluttering Your Fridge

Our kitchen design/gear contributor Amanda Clarke recently gave tips on squeezing space out of your fridge, but here's another handy guide that tells you where and how to store all the fruits and veggies you bring home from the grocery store.... More

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