Lining the pans with coffee filters soaks up excess water and grease which keeps it from rusting out quickly. You only need to toss in a couple and since filters are lint free, you don't have to worry about little bits getting left behind like you do with a paper towel. Find more tips like using coffee filters to clean windows, line pots, and more on the Huffington Post. … [Read more...] about Line a Cast Iron Pan with Coffee Filters to Keep it from Rusting
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To use an analogy, whipping a horse gets you less speed and distance every time you do it. Trying to push yourself forward gets diminishing returns after a certain point. Instead, you should switch gears and do something else, or take real breaks where you disengage completely and give yourself an opportunity to recharge. Unfortunately, most work environments aren't terribly conducive to this, but it's not impossible to work on a side project for a while, or just get out of the office and take a walk before coming back to what you were doing. A 2009 study by the Society for Human Resource Management published in the Harvard Business Review took the idea a step further, and proposed making time off and away from the office mandatory for employees because of the productivity gains it nets. … [Read more...] about Seven Productivity Myths, Debunked by Science (and Common Sense)
Amy Slanchik, a reporter from KOTV-6 in Tulsa who has been on the story all weekend, checked in with the cop who placed the order (who doesn’t wish to be named), who told her that he had never had a Starbucks account ever and had paid for the coffee with his debit card. He also told Slanchik, “After [the barista] called and apologized, I do believe it was a joke. I don’t believe the employees nor Starbucks were attacking law enforcement. I feel like we need to lay the rumors down and get past this. We have more important things to worry about.” … [Read more...] about Starbucks barista labels cop’s cup “pig,” gets fired—but did it really happen that way?
When most people with even a cursory knowledge of modern tech hear the phrase "search alternatives" or "non-Google search," they might think Bing. Bing is growing in market share, and has some very robust search offerings. But Bing covers the same wide scope as Google, with an invitation to search for anything, everything, and sometimes get "quick answers" back with data tidbits. It does some topics in unique ways, like its Visual Search, video thumbnails, and robust travel visualization. But they have a lot of competition in each of those areas. If you find Bing to be head and shoulders above Google and specialty search sites, we'll gladly take the hint in the comments. … [Read more...] about When Not to Google: Searches You’re Better Off Making Elsewhere
I'll never forget when the car came off track around lunch time...not for a pit stop or a problem...but because it was lunch time and the food was done. I watched with my own eyes, guy take a piece of meat from the smoker and chow down. Greatest idea ever. … [Read more...] about The Ten Best Recipes For Cooking With Your Car