Opening a Pomegranate Under Water

I’ve eaten pomegranates all my life and until this year, when I’m approaching 32 years old, I had never tried opening a pomegranate under water. I’ve always just plucked them as I eat them, ending up with brown and yellow fingertips.

DEATHLY AFRAID of popping any of them due to the terrible dark red staining factor of the juice, it took me F-O-R-E-V-E-R to eat one. If I bought it at Costco, it took me F-O-R-E-V-E-R x5 because apparently POM Wonderful plucks all the monstrously

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WTF is an Apple Slicer?

Apple Slicer

Upon first glance, this strange alien-like… thing looks like something House puts on your head to keep you still while he drills a hole in your head in order to eliminate Lupus from your list of possible ailments. Or maybe it’s some weird kind of cookie cutter? A weapon maybe?

No, my friends. This is an apple slicer.

I’m pretty sure I’ve seen one before and knew what it was. It was likely during one of my aimless clicking sprees

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Review: Simply Ming One Pot Meals, Part 1

Simply Ming

This is Part 1 of my review series on Simply Ming One-Pot Meals: Quick, Healthy & Affordable Recipes, which covers a basic read-through, difficulty level of recipes, familiarity of ingredients, and overall production quality.

I will start cooking from the book in Part 2. If I don’t do a Part 2, that means I don’t really use the book, which should give you an idea on its functionality. Eventually, I’ll post The Verdict, letting you know my overall opinion of things.

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Learn 2 Cook

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I’ve found as the year whizzes by that I have more and more experiences in the kitchen that I’d like to blog about, but many of these don’t really fit into my primary blog, Adventures in Bentomaking.

Despite this silly little technicality, I’ve been posting everything into that one blog for as long as I’ve been blogging and it just doesn’t seem to fit anymore.

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