Not only is this faster than manually dabbing the wet lettuce in the bowl with a paper towel, but it helps prevent the breakdown that happens when you continually touch the lettuce.
Want to know the best way to reheat pizza? Turn the stove on and heat up a pan (medium-high heat). Place the cold or frozen pizza into the pan, and pour a 1/4 cup of water next to the pizza slice(s). It should immediately start to steam. Cover with a lid. Once the steam has released, burn off the rest of the water to crisp up the under carriage. Enjoy your perfectly reheated pizza.
If you're having a BQQ and put out a couple coolers with different beverages inside of them, just cut out the logos from the boxes the drinks came in and tape them to the top. Now your guests don't have to dig through the ice find out what drinks might be inside.
Be sure to ensure the bag is tied very well, and hang it on the hanger clip of the handles in the backseat of your car.
Sometimes you want to close that bag up but you've run out of bag clips or tape to use. Just grab a pen with a cap on it to hold the seal.
If the stem comes off easily, and is green underneath, it's ripe. If the stem comes off easily, and is brown underneath, it's overripe. If the stem doesn't come off easily, then it's not ready yet.
This tip works with asparagus, broccoli, lettuce, and many other types of produce.
Bacon contains muscle and fat. The muscle cooks more quickly than the fat. By pouring just enough water to cover the bacon in your pan, the water will prevent the temperature from getting too high so the fat can render out. Just wait until the water has evaporated, the bacon will get nice and crispy.