Tip for boiling potatoes

Donít add salt to the water when you are boiling potatoes Ė this stops them splitting. Instead drain them, and then season.

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Build Your Own Wine Rack (In An Afternoon)   
The connoisseurs of wine say that to find out a good wine is to smell and taste it. Not the case with the wine racks. It is much harder a task than that for you get to know the insulation, humidity and temperature that your wine needs besides the ambience that your wine drinker needs and lot other things says Pankaj Andy.

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Christmas Gardening with Ena Ronayne   
Ena Ronayne of The Garden Design Company offers expert advice on the kitchen garden and using herbs and aromatics to make splendid gifts for Christmas.

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Cooking Myths   
Cooking Myths: Do you need to sear meat to stop the juices flowing out? Does marinading meat tenderise it? How do you cook aubergines and mushrooms? Do lobsters scream when you boil them? Where should you store a banana and should tomatoes be kept in the fridge?

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How to buy a kitchen   
Looking for a good reason to buy a new kitchen? If you've decided to renovate your home, then adding a spanking new kitchen will transform it and add value to your property, says Anne Kennedy.

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How to choose kitchen string   
Kitchen string is used to tie meat before roasting to make sure it cooks evenly, to give you neat slices and to containstuffing. It can also be used to tie labels on jars of preserves and to tie a bouquet garni or muslin bag of spices to the side of a saucepan so you can remove it easily. Choosing the correct string will save you problems during cooking.

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