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Canning jars are now sold in half boxes with no dividers to protect the glass. I don’t want to store my empty jars that way. I came up with a solution that protects the jars as well as simplify storage. See what we did!
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For the past several years I have been mindful of the type of dishes in my kitchen. I don’t want inexpensive, cheaply-made items. I want cookware that will serve me for years.
One of the most-used items in my kitchen is my collection of CorningWare. These covered glass casserole dishes are safe to use in the oven or microwave.
And they clean up in the dishwasher. That kind of versatility works for this country girl!
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I enjoy using manual tools as much as possible. I’m not sure why, it’s just my preference to work with my hands.
Of course I’ve had an electric can opener in the past. But I got rid of it decades ago, much preferring to use a hand-held crank one instead.
I prefer a whisk to an electric mixer and I sharp knife and cutting board to a food processor. Our youngest daughter often teases me about my old-time preference.