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Round Cutter Roasting Rack

Finding herself without a roasting rack, Susan Chi of Lawrence, Kan., improvised by placing several open-style round metal cutters in the bottom of a roasting pan. She then placed the chicken to be roasted on top of the cutters, suspending it above the bottom of the pan.

Prevent Grater Nicks with a Mandoline Guard

After injuring her finger on a box grater one too many times, Ellie Sweeney of Melrose, Mass., now spears the food she is prepping with

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