This Clever Method Lets You Cut Up Several Tomatoes All At Once
This hack for chopping cherry tomatoes is pretty brilliant. But why stop there? There are still many more tricks for beefing up your efficiency in the kitchen. When chopping, spray a light mist of cooking spray on your knife, and it will move more easily as you dice your food. This is useful for foods like garlic and onion that tend to stick to the knife as you cut. Cooking spray is also useful in another food prep arena: coat your grater with the spray and shredding cheese will end with far less mess. You can also use non-stick spray in unusual ways in your actual cooking. If you spritz a little into boiling water when cooking spaghetti, it will keep your noodles from sticking to each other and the pot.