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How to Cook Up the Perfect Easter Egg
Posted by Krista Fabregas - Lead Buyer on 3/23/2012 to Recipes: Party Faves
Decorating and hunting brightly colored eggs tops most Easter to-do list, and it all starts with the simple boiled egg. Here are a few tips for cooking up the perfect egg without cracking shells, and how to keep them fresh so they don't go to waste after Easter.
Tumblers, Hiballs & Rocks Glasses, Oh, My! What's With All the Drinkware Names?
Posted by Krista Fabregas - Lead Buyer on 3/20/2012 to Entertaining & Serving Tips
You'll find many terms used to describe the different sizes and styles that drinking glasses come in. From Hiballs to DOF's, Tumblers to Rocks... it can get confusing! Here are a few easy tips to help you know what you're looking at when shopping for glasses and plastic drinkware.
What a Find! Cakepops Made Easy with the Cake Pops Baking Pan
Posted by Krista Fabregas - Lead Buyer on 3/1/2012 to Recipes: Party Faves
Until now, making cakepops involved rolling crumbled bits of cake together with frosting to create the "pop". While this method works, it's a messy process and often the cakepops leave you with aching teeth from frosting sweetness overload. But Nordicware's clever Cake Pops baking pan solves that! Here's how...