Published on Nov 14, 2011
Amy Wisniewski, Food Editor at CHOW.com, saves the house from burning and the sweet potato casserole from ruin all with one simple trick. See more Thanksgiving Tips and Videos on our Thanksgiving playlist: http://bit.ly/sgVrBN
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It's the holidays, you've got your sweet potato casserole already to go and you're going to stick it under the broiler for just a second to toast the marshmallows. You turn around to grab your glass of wine and holy crap! Your marshmallows are on fire. Relax your casseroles not ruined, you can save it. Blow it out; take it out of the oven. Let it cool for a second or two and then rip off the marshmallows. They come off easily in one big piece. Start over with new marshmallows. Pay attention this time and no one will be able to taste the difference.
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