Gordon Ramsay Teaches You How to Chop an Onion

We’ve covered how to chop an onion before, but never with quite the flair that Gordon Ramsay brings to the lesson. Check out Gordon’s great tips for how to chop an onion into fine pieces and with minimal or no tears.

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Stainless Steel Contact Paper Dishwasher Makeover

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If your dishwasher works well but just needs a little aesthetic help, a few dollars worth of stainless steel contact paper can make a huge visual transformation. A credit card helps with working out any bubbles during application. For more details, photos and tips on this dishwasher makeover, visit the link.

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Improvised Emergency Lighter with a Battery and Gum Foil

So, let’s say you’re fresh out of matches or a lighter, but, you do happen to have a AA battery and some foil from a gum wrapper or cigarette package (don’t smoke!). Well, it turns out you can still light a fire in true MacGyver trick style! Check out the video from our compatriots at Household Hacker.

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Drill Holes at the Perfect Angle

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Have you ever had to drill a hole at a specific angle? Doing so doesn’t need to involve sketchy guesswork or plotting the angle of the sun! Use a speed square’s references to drill at the perfect angle for your project.

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Organize T-Shirts Vertically to Make Finding Shirts Easy

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Not into hanging your shirts in a closet? Finding the right t-shirt doesn’t need to entail digging through stacks and stacks of shirts in a drawer, making a huge mess in the process. Try folding your shirts and then place them vertically into the drawer. You’ll never have to dig for a shirt again.

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Make a Cool LED Lamp from Recycled CDs

Here’s a great way to finally put your “ancient”, unwanted CD’s into action. A stack of old CD’s and a few basic items (all costing less than $20) can turn into a stylish and unique lamp. The video covers both a table-top and hanging version. Keep in mind the hanging version will need a solid ceiling anchor as a tall stack of CD’s tends to be pretty heavy.

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