A crispy exterior and golden color, polenta fries may be mistaken for potato fries. A great side dish to your summer grilling menu, polenta takes very little effort to cook, and you can customize the flavor.
Coil your coiff into a perfect ballerina bun, without using a single hair pin. Hot Buns promises to make a beautiful bun in under… More »
Take the mess out of tea time with a tea cup “companion.” One product promises to keep your tea warm while also holding the… More »
Whether you like your bacon crunchy or chewy, it can make a mess and take time. One product promises to make this breakfast-time ritual… More »
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Constant trips to the dry cleaner can be costly and time consuming. One product promises to save you the trip and the money with… More »
Cook restaurant-quality sticky rice, steam veggies and chicken or cook pasta all with one simple tool that claims to be faster than the stove… More »
This mix of almonds and mango smoothie will give your morning a taste of summer and a big boost of protein.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this spicy cocktail. It will surely knock your socks off!
If you struggle with plastic wraps and foils, one as-seen-on-TV product promises you’ll “pull, press and wrap” just like that. Kansas First News anchor… More »
It’s beginning to look a lot like salsa season! With just a little work you can create colorful, tangy, hot and even sweet concoctions that are not only healthy, but also daringly delicious.
Holy Family Catholic School’s Mr. Huffman has found a unique way to motivate his students.
“Crack” an old kitchen dilemma- separate an egg yoke from the white without breaking it. One product promises to make the process quick and… More »
Walking in heels is no easy task. Now add cobblestone or grass and suddenly walking becomes nearly impossible. Solemates promises to put the swing… More »
It’s a familiar problem in many kitchens- plastic storage containers for leftovers with lost or mismatched lids. One as-seen-on-TV product promises you’ll never lose… More »
Lexi Kilgore teaches 3rd grade at Pauline Central.