Keep your onions in the refrigerator. A chilled onion is easier to chop, and causes fewer tears.
If you use seltzer instead of tap water or milk, you get fluffier
pancakes, waffles, and scrambled eggs.
To freeze berries, spread them on a pan or plate and freeze, then
take out and put into freezer bags. That way they stay separate
and not in one big lump.
Keep milk fresher for longer by adding a dash of salt into the
carton right after opening it for the first time.
Take your eggs out of the refrigerator and let sit out so that
when you begin breakfast the eggs are at room temperature. They
cook better and make especially fluffy omelets. For other dishes,
eggs separate better when cold but whip better when warmed.