Q: What are good ways to save and organize recipes for later use? I'd love an app that could attach keywords or meal types/ingredients to recipes for later browsing. Does something like this exist, and I just haven't found it? Is there a system that could keep these great ideas at my fingertips, rather than a cluttered bookmarks list?
Q: I have a cherry wood counter top, and I left a metal loaf pan sitting on it for a few hours and now there's a black outline mark on the wood. Any suggestions for getting it out? Soap and water isn't budging it, nor is a fine sander. Thanks!
Q: Why does my food processor blade keep breaking? And what model would readers recommend as a replacement? I have had my Cuisinart food processor (I think it's 11-cup) for a few years, and I use it several times a week.
Q: My boyfriend and I just got this amazing new apartment. By apartment, I mean a 495 square foot studio. We are tight on space and want to keep our counters clear — we decided to use a magnetic strip for our knife storage. We're looking for one that will hang on the fridge so we don't have to drill holes in the walls.
Q: Are vital wheat gluten and wheat gluten the same thing? A bread recipe specifically calls for 'Vital Wheat Gluten.' My neighborhood mill only has 'Wheat Gluten'. They could not tell me if there is a difference.
Q: I have red and white potatoes and was wondering if I could keep them on dry straw in a basement room that does not get above 65 degrees — placing a box of straw on the cement floor? I think is the best option for coolness. I am thinking of using this same method for winter squash. Would this be a good option?