#1. To aerate a wine (especially a young wine) whack it in a blender to improve the aroma and bouquet.
#2. To get corn off the cob all you need is a Bundt pan for easy, mess-free de-cobbing.
#3. Use a glass to easily peel hard-boiled eggs.
#4. A wooden spoon across the top of a bubbling pot will stop it boiling over.
#5. And that egg-peeling glass will also work to remove the skins of mangos in a cinch.
#6. Slice cherry tomatoes in seconds by placing a plate over the top.
#7. Use a plastic bottle to separate egg yolks.
#8. Push a pin into an egg BEFORE boiling to make removing the shell easy peasy.
#9. Use this method to slice watermelon like a pro.
#11. Keep pesky wasps out of drinks in summer with cupcake case shields.
#12. Easily make your own sushi rolling mat with kebab sticks and duct tape.
#13. Stop spitting bacon fat burning your delicate skin by adding a bit of water to the pan.
#14. Slice a cake with tooth floss (unflavored, obviously) — it’s much easier than using a knife.
#15. Boil water and then freeze it for perfectly clear ice cubes.
#16. Use an apple slicer to slice a potato for delicious fries.
#17. Check the color of your avocado’s stem to see if it’s ripe; yellow or green are perfect, brown means this avo is already overripe.
#18. Use a straw to de-stem strawberries. That’s why they’re called strawberries. Maybe.
#19. And, if you’re feeling gung-ho, why not use fire to remove a wine bottle cork?
#20. Or a drill and a (clean) toilet brush to peel potatoes in seconds?
#21. Or apples?
Grab your drill and get cooking.