Kitchen Tip Tuesdays: Slicing small pickles for burgers

We were having burgers, and Joshua was helping me prepare the toppings. The only pickles we had on hand were some baby dills from Costco.

Joshua sliced the small pickles lengthwise instead of making little round slices -- the perfect (and much easier!) way to slice smaller pickles for sandwiches! :) Why didn't I ever think of that?! :)

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1. Save time and money cooking pasta (Adrienne at Whole New Mom)
2. Baking bacon (Living So Abundantly)
3. Top 10 things I buy at Costco (The Local Cook)
4. Grill French fries instead of using the oven (Finding Joy in My Kitchen)
5. How to use fewer paper towels (Purposely Frugal)
6. How to cut a pineapple (Stacy from Stacy Makes Cents)
7. Traveling Gluten-Free (Katie at Gluten-Free Food Storage)
8. Measuring muffin batter (The Gentle Mom)
9. Pizza topping ideas and tips (Rachel at Trial and Error Home Ec)
10. Protecting smushy desserts (Gwen at Gwen's Nest)

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Thanks again for hosting, Tammy!

Here is a tip that I am very thankful for.....a way to cook pasta in less time & with less energy :-)!

http://wholenewmom.com/whole-new-budget/how-to-save-time-and-money-tips-for-cooking-pasta/

Blessings,
Adrienne

That does sound easier! Pickles pack the perfect punch for a burger or sandwich. My hubby even likes them on his tuna sandwich. I'll have to try this out.

My link is about baking bacon. http://livingsoabundantly.blogspot.com/2011/06/cooking-bacon.html

This is one of my favorite fruity dressings, strawberry or raspberry vinaigrette.
http://thelocalcook.com/2010/06/18/raspberry-or-strawberry-vinaigrette-dressing/

My Kitchen Tip this week is making french fries on the grill during the summer months rather than heating up the oven!

http://joyinmykitchen.blogspot.com/2011/06/grilled-potato-fries.html

Thanks for hosting, Tammy!

http://purposelyfrugal.wordpress.com/2011/03/25/how-to-use-fewer-paper-towels/

Thanks again for hosting!

I am sharing a way to save time and money (and stay cooler :-)) while cooking pasta!

http://wholenewmom.com/whole-new-budget/how-to-save-time-and-money-tips-for-cooking-pasta/

How to Cut a Pineapple:
http://www.stacymakescents.com/how-to-cut-a-pineapple

Thanks Tammy! :-)

~Stacy from Stacy Makes Cents

Traveling Gluten Free @ Gluten Free Food Storage
http://gluten-freefoodstorage.blogspot.com/2011/06/traveling-gluten-free.html
Thanks, Katie

http://www.thegentlemom.com/2011/06/kitchen-tip-measuring-muffin-batter.html

Thanks for hosting!

This is a contribution to your recent post on pizza

Pizza topping ideas
http://trialanderrorhomeec.blogspot.com/2011/06/ktt-new-toppings-for-pizza.html
-Rachel

Here's my kitchen tip for today:
http://www.gwens-nest.com/family-favorite-recipes/kitchen-tip-covering-smushy-desserts
How to cover a smushy dessert. Enjoy!

http://www.gwens-nest.com
Swing by my slightly cuckoo nest for family favorite recipes, herbal remedies, funny kid stories and more fun stuff!

That is a great tip and I will often can pickles cut in slices just like that. Just for sandwiches and burgers. :)

Sorry, I wasn't logged in before!

That is a great tip. :) I will can pickles cut in slices just like that especially for sandwhiches and burgers. :)

~Tanya - mama to 6 treasures plus one on the way. :)

Thank you, Tammy. :-)

http://thefrugalkitchen.blogspot.com/2011/06/next-meal-meal-prep.html

Laura

Here is my Kitchen tip to save cooking time.
http://www.isavvymom.com/2011/06/04/kitchen-tip-reuse-your-grocery-bags/

I recently had a post about Menu Planning where I listed Tammysrecipes as a site to use when Menu Planning. I have tried many recipes from your blog and they all turned out great (Thanks to you for the many cooking compliments I got :)
http://www.isavvymom.com/2011/05/30/menu-planning-why-how-often-when-and-how/

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