When cooking onions or cabbage, boil a small amount of vinegar in a pan to remove the odors.
Cream won’t curdle when pour over fruits if you add a pinch of baking soda with the cream before serving.
If red wine is spilled on a carpet, it can be cleaned with shaving cream, then sponged off with water.
Club soda also works.
To peel thin skin fruits and vegetables easily, place in a bowl and cover with boiling water, let stand for one minute then peel with sharp paring knife.
For attractive individual butter servings, squeeze butter through a pastry bag or plastic beg onto a cookie sheet, set in refrigerator to harden.
To remove a white ring on furniture, cover stain with dry, clean cloth and iron over the stain using a dry iron on a MEDIUM setting.
Some children these days seem to have a lot of toys, some of which never see the light of day.
To keep children interested and to get the best out of their toys divide them into two different toy boxes and rotate them every two or three weeks.
To minimize odors in your fridge, remove the top from a box of baking soda and place it on one of the shelves. From time to time stir contents.
Be sure to water your houseplants with room temperature water.
Cold tap water can shock and stunt the root systems of your tropical plants, thus reducing their overall health and vigor.