As much as you might love putting lemon in your tea or salad dressings, prepping lemon can go from easy to aggravating in just seconds. All it takes to make a person grind their teeth in frustration is a single, slippery lemon seed that falls into your food or drink. But instead of struggling to pick out every lemon seed as they fall, Mary Berg suggests trying out a new way to cut up lemons on Mary’s Big Kitchen Party (Fridays at 9 p.m. ET during Dinner and a Movie; on demand on Fibe TV1). Just slice off a cheek (one of the lemon’s edge’s) rather than cutting a lemon into wedges or halves. Mary explains that it’ll be seed-free, meaning that you can squeeze out a generous helping of fresh lemon juice with minimal effort on your end. Everybody wins!