When we got married (years and years ago…) we ended up with multiple duplicate gifts. Our big day occurred before the days of Target wedding registries, so the only things we could register for were expensive department store towels and China.
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Instead of stocking our newlywed kitchen, we were left with a shelf full of bread baskets and several other kitchen gadgets that we have never used.
How often do you open your kitchen cupboards and notice that un-used (or under-used) tool hiding in the back corner because you just don’t know what to do with it? My friend, Tara, has just released an ebook TODAY that is something that every kitchen should have…and I promise that it will NOT be one of those things to end up on the back shelf. In fact, her new book, Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything, will help give life and purpose to those kitchen items that have been forgotten and unappreciated for years.
Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything
ABOUT Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything – Are you tired of wasting your money on the latest kitchen tools and cleaning products? The things you already own can go the extra mile for you if you let them, saving you all those steps and keeping your money where it belongs – in your wallet. In Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything, you will find lists of 10 or more new uses for 44 everyday household items. Including everything from using your bundt pan to bake potatoes to making mini meat loafs in your muffin tin to using salt to clean coffee-stained mugs, this book is the answer to questions you didn’t even know you had!
What is sitting in YOUR kitchen unused?
Launch week specials!
Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything is available starting today! I was able to check out an advance copy of the book and was AMAZED at the wealth of ideas, including a ton of recipes. I highly recommend it – it’s worth the FULL price, but why not take advantage of the sale price this week?
- Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters is available on Amazon at a launch-week SALE price of $4.99 from 7/14 through 7/17, then $6.99 from 7/18 on.
- The PDF, available for instant download, is also on SALE for the launch week:
from 7/14-7/15 (Mon-Tues), it will be $2.99 and 7/15-7/17 (Wed-Fri), it will be $4.99. Beginning Saturday 7/18 the price will go up to $6.99.
Check out Tara’s blog, Feels Like Home, and her announcement post with 10 Things to Cook in a Muffin Tin.
LAUNCH WEEK BONUS!! Everyone who buys Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything between 7/14 and 7/20 (Monday through Sunday) will get a set of bonuses – 10 pages of printables (a cleaning checklist, a list of recyclable items, and an alphabetic index of all the recipes in the book) and access to a 10-day Getting Started challenge during which they can win a $50 Amazon gift card. After 7/20, the printables will be $2.99.
Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters goes SOCIAL:
Check out these events happening this week for chances to win copies of Coffee Filters to Cheese Graters: Creative Ways to Use Just About Everything!
- Join the #Livesmarter Twitter party on Monday 7/14 at 8pm ET where you can win free copies of the book.
- Stop by the #Livesmarter Facebook party on the Feels Like Home Blog’s FB wall at 8pm ET on Tuesday 7/15 for more chances to win copies of the book.
- This Wednesday, 7/16, at 8pm ET Tara will be doing a free tele-class called Live Smarter: Save Time and Money by Using What You Already Have. Participants must sign up at HERE before the telecast. MORE copies of the book will be given away at the tele-class!
Check out Tara’s other eBooks:
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Robin Wilson says
Sorry I missed all of the launch festivities. but I hope the book is a huge success. I’m not sentimental about gadgets so I don’t keep them if I don’t use them, but the book looks interesting!
jenn huey says
I would love to read this before I purge my kitchen drawers and cabinets; I would love to know how she repurposed a cheese grater
Thank you so much for introducing me to the Feels Like Home blog! I’ve just spent way too much time browsing the posts there, and I’m headed back for more.
Tina Robinson says
This book really sounds awesome! Can’t wait to check it out!
Cheryl Rogers says
I love to hear about creative uses for our everyday items, multipurpose rules! Thanks for sharing about this book we might be able to use to make our kitchen cupboards items more useful.
saminder gumer says
thanks for the heads up on the twitter party. i hope i can attend. these other tips and deals are great too.
Tammy S says
This sounds like it would be a great book to have around. I love these kind of tips. Anything to help make life a little easier is a good thing. Thanks for sharing this info.
Holly E says
Great book with lots of neat ideas!
This does sound useful! Kitchen supplies are my weakness…I’ll buy something on sale, or because I need it for a particular recipe and then feel guilty about not using it. So some new suggestions would be very helpful.
Nicole Dz says
This book would be awesome for me, I always come across things in are kitchen that I don’t use at all or use to use and I haven’t in a while, sometimes I want to just toss it, but I find myself asking myself what else can I use this for, but I end up stumped. I love creative ways to put things to use that can be helpful, or ease up my kitchen time. And the recipes would be a plus.
Sarah L says
Missed the twitter party. Looks like a useful book.
shelly peterson says
This sounds like a great book to have and so you can finally get some use out of the kitchen items you don’t use.
This looks like a great book, especially for DIY-ers!
courtney b says
this sounds really different since i’m new to kitchen and cooking and alll that stuff. I’m always looking for new kitchen/cooking books. Thanks again for the great review!
Natalie F says
I’m so guilty of having gadgets I don’t use, but only if they were gifts. I tend to be very practical in anything I purchase. My Dad got me a kitchen aid mixer for our wedding and I was like “Ugh, I’ll never use this.” So it sat for 5 years or so, and now I use it all the time. What was I thinking?? LOL.
Robin Wilson says
I’ve never attended a twitter party before and this really sounds like a wonderful book. I’m guilty of hanging onto a lot of kitchen gadgets that I don’t use…but you just never know if you might need it!