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Kitchen SpongesPlace your kitchen sponges in the sunshine after using them to naturally prevent the build up of bacteria and other nasties. Germs hate sunshine and dryness, so a breezy windowsill that gets sunshine will help keep your kitchen sponge from smelling and will help keep it sanitary longer.
Author: RETRO HOUSEWIFE, 08-16-2006
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DO-YUK SAHN-JUHK (Beef on Skewers), Korean
Cut beef into strips 3 inches long, ¼ inch wide and ¼ inch thick. Combine soy sauce, 1 tbsp. prepared sesame seeds, pepper, chopped onion (including top), chopped garlic, sugar, ½ tbsp. oil and mix with the meat. Let stand 15 minutes, Run a skewer through the ends of 5 or 6 pieces of beef. Press together and pound slightly to make the pieces adhere to each other. Sprinkle with remaining sesame seeds and fry in a small amount of oil. Carefully remove the skewers before serving. Serves 6.
Contributed by Mr. Pyung Tai Cho, 1950
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