You may have noticed something called a "convenience fee" on your last restaurant bill. When listed among other charges, it can be confusing to understand what exactly the fee is for and who it goes to. We'll explain exactly what it is and how you may avoid the fee. Plus, we'll let you know which credit card will cause you to pay the highest fee.
What's your favorite sandwich? A club sandwich? Maybe a Cuban sandwich? What about a chicken sandwich or even a breakfast sandwich? No matter your preference, you've probably been disappointed by your own sandwiches versus the ones you order at a deli. Here's why, plus tips on how to make a better tasting sandwich at home (Psst, have someone else make it for you, seriously.)
We spoke with beverage experts to find out just what makes drinks taste so good at a bar. Plus, tips on how to replicate the experience at home!
Coffee at home tastes good, but why does it always taste better when it's from a café? We had an expert tell us why.
Properly cleaning your thermos will allow you to use it for years to come.
What you think might be helpful about where you put your trash might not be so helpful after all.
We consulted a tomato expert to find out what to do with bruised, overripe and moldy tomatoes.
Fair to say, almost all of us are familiar with corn. But that doesn't mean it can't be tricky to tell whether corn on the cob is bad, safe to eat or altogether spoiled, depending on the ear of corn you're looking at. Here, we'll tell you how to select the freshest corn and how to store it. Plus, we'll answer those nitpicky questions about mold, worms and oddly sized or missing kernels.
It's an age-old autumnal question: What do you do with the seeds and pulp after scooping them out of a pumpkin? There's a simple way to avoid tossing them in the trash or hauling them out to the compost heap: Eat them. Learn a variety of ways to cook with pumpkin guts, because they're too healthful to waste.