Liz: Okay Leah, what do we have today? What’s all these? Leah: Okay, so we have a really creative tip for you and it’s using something that you already have, ice cube trays. Liz: Leah I know how to make ice, not that bad of a cook. Leah: No, no I know it’s not just ice I have many other things that you can do with your handy dandy ice cube tray. Okay. So first thing we’re going to try is pesto. Next time you make a big batch of pesto all you have to do is spoon it into your ice cube tray and pop it in the freezer. Liz: Oh, that seems like a handy way to deal with portion control too. Leah: Absolutely, so when you’re ready to eat some pesto on your pasta we have a nice pot of fresh pasta here all you need to do is pop one cube out of your tray and in to the pasta. Liz: I love that. And it melts right there. Leah: Absolutely. Liz: Oh, I love it terrific. Leah: Terrific. Handy tip number two with ice cube trays. Next time you make a batch of coffee. Liz: Coffee, you have my attention. Leah: And this way you’ll never have to go to starbucks for a nice coffee again. You’re going to brew a double strength brew, so basically twice the grounds of a normal brew. Freeze it in your ice cube tray and you want an ice coffee so you just take a cube pop it out and stick it in your glass of coffee. Liz: Great, perfect. Leah: As many as you like. Liz: This looks fun. Leah: This is fun for kid’s birthday party or even just to have fun around the house with the girls. You can make this into a little ice cream topping spa for your ice cream sundae. Liz: That is so clever. Thanks Leah. Tune in soon for another episode of In the Kitchen with Liz.