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Natural Way to Dye Easter Eggs
The dye for these Easter eggs is totally natural! Get cookbook author and stylist Libbie Summers' secret ingredient while you learn how to make a pretty gingham pattern on your eggs.
Side Dish Upgrade: Broccoli
Improve a basic broccoli side dish with a crunchy topping, a bit of heat, and our secret - ingredient for adding a layer of freshness.
Surprise! Potato Cinnamon Rolls
The secret ingredient in these irresistible cinnamon rolls? Mashed potatoes! The potatoes add moisture and structure without contributing to the development of gluten -- see how!
How to Make Baked Fried Chicken
Try our low-fat alternative to fried chicken: Baked fried chicken! See our secret ingredient that makes the different in flavor (Hint: You likely already have it in your fridge).
Pretty Front Entry Decorating Ideas for Fall from Better Homes and Gardens
can change on a whim. Facebook Pinterest Wreath with Coffee-Filter Flowers Shhh! Dyed coffee filters are the secret ingredient behind this DIY door wreath. Snag the stylish look by dip-dyeing paper coffee filters in bowls of diluted food
Rub Recipes & Easy Everyday Menus
often thought of for grilled foods. As this recipe shows, rubs are great for roasted foods, too. Time is the secret ingredient ; as the hours pass, the spice rub imbues the meat with flavor. Menu Suggestions Black bean, mango, and corn
Dip-Dyed Projects Done Right
simple dip-dye yarn tassel project from Amy of Homey Oh My! with your little ones -- they'll love that the secret ingredient is Kool-Aid. Get all the details at Homey Oh My ! 8 of 13 Facebook Pinterest Chic Shibori Dish Towels Scared to
Handmade Hanukkah Decorations
instructions Organza Bags These translucent bags add shimmer to your gift exchanges. Fabric-stiffening liquid is the secret ingredient that gives the organza cloth extra body. Click here for project instructions Pencil-and-Paper Dreidels This
Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs from Better Homes and Gardens
cheesecloth for each egg. Other fabrics can be used multiple times. Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs You'll never guess the secret ingredient in this easy egg-dyeing method -- it's food coloring! To give your eggs a fun color and texture, moisten a
20 Ways to Better Health
half-cup of tofu, a scoop of soy protein powder, or a handful of roasted soybeans to make a difference. The secret ingredient is plant estrogen, which may also be of benefit to those fighting arteriolosclerosis or cancer, says study leader