Does your leftover pasta dry out when reheated in the microwave? Try steaming it instead by adding a little extra liquid and loosely cover with a lid or plastic wrap. Heat in the microwave as usual.

The very, very best oatmeal | The Fauxmartha

At best, I tolerate warm oatmeal in the winter (although baked oatmeal is a different story). No matter how I make it, it turns into a thick gummy paste better suited as an adhesive agent than an edible meal. It absorbs brown sugar faster than the leading paper towel. And its curb appeal is far from slam-on-your-breaks. I hate the last bite or every bite for that matter. It’s only out of obligation to my heart and hips that I eat it. Read more

To keep your homemade waffles nice and crisp, cook on high heat and don’t stack. Too much steam makes waffles soggy. Place cooked waffles in a single layer on a baking sheet. Set oven to 250° and pop the baking sheet in while you cook or just before serving to keep them nice and toasty. When reheating, skip the microwave. They’ll lose their crispness. Instead, place them in a 350° oven for a couple minutes, or reheat them on the stove top or in a toaster (if they fit), or place them right back into the waffle iron set to a lower heat.