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12 Giu/09

How to Freeze Apples, Peaches, Plums, and 16 Other Fruits [Eat To Live]

How to Freeze Apples, Peaches, Plums, and 16 Other Fruits [Eat To Live]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Earlier this week, we showed you how to purée your fruit for a quick berry lemonade. If you want to save your fruit for the long-haul, weblog TipNut’s extensive guide to preparing 19 various fruits for freezing is worth a look. In order to pack a particular fruit, you must first know its intended use. This will determine the type of packaging required: dry, sugar, or syrup pack. The dry pack method, for example,...

12 Giu/09

WizeHive Offers Simple Project Management [Project Management]

WizeHive Offers Simple Project Management [Project Management]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’re looking for a feature-rich project management tool, WizeHive offers a broad range of tools to make planning, managing, and sharing your projects easier. WizeHive makes it easy to organize notes, files and tasks with a simple to use web-based interface. You can customize the colors, logos, and layout to fit your project. You can share files, videos, and pictures with your teammates as well as tasks and...

11 Giu/09

Create a Flash Diffuser Using An Empty Cigarette Packet [MacGyver Tip]

Create a Flash Diffuser Using An Empty Cigarette Packet [MacGyver Tip]

The right flash can make or break your shot. Unfortunately, not all built-in flashes are created equal. DIY web site Instructables demonstrates how to create a worthy on-the-spot flash diffuser using an empty cigarette packet. The key tip is to remove the foil from inside the pack, then reverse it so the shiny side is facing inwards before reinserting the reversed foil. Play around with the angle of the packet’s lid and the position of the box as needed to secure the best shot. And...


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11 Giu/09

Save Money at The Farmer’s Market by Shopping Late [Eat To Live]

Save Money at The Farmer’s Market by Shopping Late [Eat To Live]

Farmer’s Markets are a terrific weekend activity. Many shoppers rush to get there early in an attempt to score the best finds, but the best deals may come to those who sleep in. Photo by alltrain43. According to Consumer Reports, sellers rarely want to lug their goods back to the farm, so if you catch them late, you’ll likely be able to score some great bargains. And unlike flea markets, because the goods aren’t unique, odds are the seller will have a lot of the same...

9 Giu/09

Best and Worst Fast Food: McDonald’s Edition [Eat To Live]

Best and Worst Fast Food: McDonald’s Edition [Eat To Live]

No matter how well you plan, every day can’t be an ultra-healthy, bring-your-own-lunch-to-work day. But just because you’re eating at a fast food place doesn’t mean all bets are off. Get to know your options with the healthiest and unhealthiest foods at McDonald’s. Photo by Tony the Misfit. To put this post together, we pored over the nutritional fact sheets for all the items at McDonald’s. The following list of healthiest and unhealthiest foods was compiled...

8 Giu/09

Know the Answers to These Questions Before Your Job Interview [Job Search]

Know the Answers to These Questions Before Your Job Interview [Job Search]

If you’ve gone on more than one job interview, you know you can count on hearing many of the same questions at each. Make sure you’ve got these 10 answers down pat before you head out the door to your next interview. Photo by Aidan Jones. Weblog Dumb Little Man rounds up the 10 interview questions you should be ready for, including: Tell me about yourself. Chances are the employer doesn’t want to know how much you weighed when you were born, when you learned to tie your...

8 Giu/09

Table of Condiments Tells You When to Toss the Mayo [Eat To Live]

Table of Condiments Tells You When to Toss the Mayo [Eat To Live]

If you’ve ever wondered whether a bottle of salad dressing or a jar of mayonnaise is still good, the Table of Condiments might be able to help. I don’t know about you, but every other week we go through the fridge and wonder what needs to be thrown away, playing the guessing (or sniffing) game with everything. The table of condiments—made to look just like a periodic table from chemistry class—tells you the shelf life of those bottles in your fridge. Did you know...