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  • Looking for a new blender? Look no further than the Ninja Master Prep Pro System. Pureeing frozen fruits, crushing ice, and making frozen drinks has never been easier.

    Blender Review: Ninja Master Prep Pro System

    Blender Review: Ninja Master Prep Pro System

    by Claudia Mitchell6

  • This is my personal Cutco knives review, and I don't exaggerate my results. I have owned my Cutco knife set for over 12 years, and I have only had one problem...

    Cutco Knives Review

    Cutco Knives Review

    by Eddie Carrara40

  • Who would think these ordinary kitchen appliances could command so much attention? Collectors worldwide covet their toaster collections—especially those from the 1920s.

    Toasters of the 1920s

    Toasters of the 1920s

    by Linda Chechar35

  • The evolution of cruet styles is fascinating. From simple vessels for religious rituals to 18th-century elegant must-haves to the present day—where they have become less ubiquitous but still make an elegant addition to the dining table.

    Changes in Cruet Styles Throughout the Centuries

    Changes in Cruet Styles Throughout the Centuries

    by Beverley Byer0

  • Traditional Japanese knives are divided into two classes: Honyaki knives are made from true-forged high-carbon steel, while kasumi knives are made through forging high-carbon steel and soft iron together. Here, learn the names for a wide variety of Japanese knives and how to use them.

    How to Use Japanese Knives: Honyaki, Kasumi, and More

    How to Use Japanese Knives: Honyaki, Kasumi, and More

    by EC Mendoza2

  • I'll take you on a culinary journey here, teaching you how to compile your own homemade cookbook filled with all the things you love! This is a great way to try new recipes while also bonding with your family.

    How to Easily Make a Family Cookbook From Scratch

    How to Easily Make a Family Cookbook From Scratch

    by Mary43

  • Chances are you may have a dozen plain glass votive candle holders stuffed in the back of your closet. If not, there are very inexpensive and can be used to serve some fun and delicious foods at your next party. Because of their size, they are perfect for small bites and samplers.

    10 Culinary Ways to Use Glass Votive Candle Holders

    10 Culinary Ways to Use Glass Votive Candle Holders

    by Graham Gifford6

  • The thermal cooker, or vacuum pot, provides convenience, and allows safe, energy-saving cooking. But how does it work? How do you use it? And how do you choose the right thermal cooker for your needs?

    Kitchen Must-Have: The Thermal Cooker

    Kitchen Must-Have: The Thermal Cooker

    by Marlene_OnTheWall21

  • Don't have a double-boiler? Need a whisk? Forgot to get a mortar and pestle? You don't need them with these tool substitutions for the kitchen.

    Four Kitchen Cookware Substitutions

    Four Kitchen Cookware Substitutions

    by LiamBean4

  • Do you know how to sharpen a knife? I sharpen all my knives using a sharpening stone. It may seem difficult at first, but the truth is that using a stone is the most effective way. Follow my step-by-step guide to learn how to do it correctly.

    How to Sharpen a Knife With a Stone

    How to Sharpen a Knife With a Stone

    by Travel Chef8

  • Wondering if that recipe you want to post up on the Internet on your blog is going to be flagged for copyright violation? Here are some easy to follow and succinct rules on what is fair use when it comes to published and recipes wanting to be published on the Internet.

    How to Use Published Recipes on the Internet

    How to Use Published Recipes on the Internet

    by Audrey Kirchner44

  • Ceramic knives maintain a sharp edge and are extremely useful for cutting fruits and vegetables. The knives are not, however, universal kitchen knives and may not be used to cut frozen food or through bone.

    The Pros and Cons of Ceramic Knives

    The Pros and Cons of Ceramic Knives

    by Leah Lefler26

  • The Surfit Kitchen Sous Vide Cooker is a powerful, easy to use, smart cooker that makes healthy restaurant-quality foods at an affordable price. Works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and IFTTT.

    Review of the Surfit Sous Vide Cooker

    Review of the Surfit Sous Vide Cooker

    by Krzysztof Willman5

  • After choosing the Vitamix 750 over the 7500, how could we prove to ourselves that the investment was worth it? By committing to using it every day for the first month. Read about our successes, failures, and our ultimate verdict.

    Vitamix 750: What We Made in Our First 30 Days

    Vitamix 750: What We Made in Our First 30 Days

    by Rick King1

  • Whether you want to write a cookbook, publish your original food recipes online, or share recipes with friends, use these 10 tips to make your recipes easy for others to follow.

    10 Tips for Writing Your Own Original Recipes

    10 Tips for Writing Your Own Original Recipes

    by Sherri65

  • If you are a habitual smoothie-maker like me, you will need some accessories to make preparation easier. I have discovered a few items that I consider to be essential.

    3 Smoothie-Making Accessories You Must Have

    3 Smoothie-Making Accessories You Must Have

    by Audrey Surma0

  • Review of a cookbook written by a Kansas family to share and preserve their favorite dishes for future generations. Recipes for Sour Cream Raisin Bars, San Francisco Chops and Champagne Shrimp Pasta

    Cookbook Review: Kansas Family Recipe Collection

    Cookbook Review: Kansas Family Recipe Collection

    by Thelma Raker Coffone2

  • Your cookware may not be as safe as you think it is. I was shocked to learn that Teflon and other non-stick cooking surfaces can contain toxins that are transferable not only through the surface of the pan but also through the air during the cooking process.

    What Is the Safest Cookware to Use?

    What Is the Safest Cookware to Use?

    by Lorelei Cohen8

  • This is a review of the vintage cookbook "Golden Memories" by radio homemaker Billie Oakley. Sample recipes include Jello Cookies, Doughnut Muffins, Meaty Potato Cakes, and Apple Toss Salad. These are all Midwest country recipes

    Recipes and Memories From a Vintage Cookbook

    Recipes and Memories From a Vintage Cookbook

    by Thelma Raker Coffone0

  • I am insanely curious. So much so that I just had to know who makes the best plastic storage containers. I buy more of these than most people because I give out left overs to the younger family members on family dinner night. To find out if I was...

    Who Makes the Best Plastic Storage Containers?

    Who Makes the Best Plastic Storage Containers?

    by Jessica Bosari5

  • Here are recipes and a review of a community cookbook from Mississippi. Recipes for black-eyed pea salad, Rotel cheese grits, spice pie, and fig preserve cake are included. All are family favorites.

    Community Cookbook From Duck Hill, Mississippi

    Community Cookbook From Duck Hill, Mississippi

    by Thelma Raker Coffone6

  • Food processors are designed to make life easier in the cooking department. But are they really worth the money, or just gimmicks to make us buy appliances we don't really need?

    Kenwood Multi-Pro Food Processor Review

    Kenwood Multi-Pro Food Processor Review

    by JohnMello5

  • Air fryers are all the rage today since they cook our favorite foods without added oil, fat, and unnecessary calories. Check out the top ten reasons you need one of these inexpensive appliances in your kitchen.

    Top 10 Reasons Everyone Should Own an Air Fryer

    Top 10 Reasons Everyone Should Own an Air Fryer

    by Dana J Sartell2

  • The KitchenAid mixer is a coveted gem of home kitchens near & far, a tough & sturdy work horse. But more delicate tasks, like custard & mousse, beg for a machine with more finesse, like the Mixmaster.

    Why a KitchenAid Isn't the Only Mixer You Need

    Why a KitchenAid Isn't the Only Mixer You Need

    by Dawn M1

  • Slow cooking has made a comeback since it first became popular in the 1970s. Today, we have many more choices: manual, programmable, digital, portable, non-stick Teflon-coated pots, ceramic, lids of all kinds, and features such as defrosting. How to choose?

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Slow Cookers

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Slow Cookers

    by Beverley Byer2

  • The proper way to heat tortillas is on a pan you would find in the Mexican home that's called a comal. Without the browning, the tortilla cooking is not finished.

    How to Use a Comal to Heat Tortillas

    How to Use a Comal to Heat Tortillas

    by Sherry Venegas8

  • It is easy to learn how to cook in an electric roaster. This is a great appliance to add to your kitchen, especially during the busy holidays and family dinners.

    How to Cook in an Electric Roaster

    How to Cook in an Electric Roaster

    by Nancy Johnson101

  • Are you having trouble cooking your meat perfectly every time? This temperature control system is one of the easiest and most effective ways that I've found to ensure perfectly cooked meat every time.

    The Stoker by Rock's Bar-B-Que for the Komodo Kamado

    The Stoker by Rock's Bar-B-Que for the Komodo Kamado

    by Paul Edmondson1

  • You probably know some of the things you can use your microwave for, such as warming up food and making popcorn. However, you might be limiting the use of your microwave. Learn how to use it more often.

    10 Surprising Things You Can Cook in a Microwave

    10 Surprising Things You Can Cook in a Microwave

    by Margaret Minnicks4

  • Thinking about using a springform pan? Everything you've ever wanted to know about them is right here in this article. You'll be cooking up a storm in no time.

    All About Springform Pans

    All About Springform Pans

    by Claudia Mitchell5

  • A quality kitchen knife set is essential for any cook. This guide presents reviews, features, and ratings of ten of the best kitchen knife sets.

    2019's Top 10 Kitchen Knife Sets

    2019's Top 10 Kitchen Knife Sets

    by GreenMind Guides0

  • In spite of my microwave mishaps, I still like using microwave ovens. Here's the truth about some microwave dangers you've been warned about and a list of great uses for your microwave that have nothing to do with cooking.

    Microwave Mishaps, Dangers, and Uses

    Microwave Mishaps, Dangers, and Uses

    by Stephanie Henkel37

  • This article will show you exactly how a Keurig brewer works and provide information on how to clean (or "descale") it as well.

    How Do Keurig Coffee Brewers Work?

    How Do Keurig Coffee Brewers Work?

    by globalcoffeegrind31

  • While searching for a new small kitchen appliance to replace an old blender, I came across the Ninja Express Chop. Here you will find a product review and easy, fun recipes too.

    Ninja Express Chop Review and Recipes

    Ninja Express Chop Review and Recipes

    by Sharon Smith47

  • A well-written recipe is more than a list of ingredients. A recipe should be informative, interesting, and enticing. Above all, it should be easy to understand.

    How to Write Recipes

    How to Write Recipes

    by Linda Lum6

  • Reviews and insights on five of the most popular Kamado-style grills on the market, from high-end tiled grills to the well-known Big Green Egg.

    Kamado Grill Reviews and Comparisons

    Kamado Grill Reviews and Comparisons

    by Paul Edmondson48

  • Copper cookware is fanciful, timeless, and aesthetically pleasing; but is it really safe to use? This article touches on the two kinds of copperware that are safe for you and your family.

    Is Copper Cookware Safe?

    Is Copper Cookware Safe?

    by Cleo Addams0

  • Safety and size are important factors when picking out an electric kettle for someone elderly. Here are 10 tips and considerations to help you find the perfect pot for the senior in your life!

    How to Choose the Best Electric Kettle for Seniors

    How to Choose the Best Electric Kettle for Seniors

    by Lora Riley6

  • When I used my Easy-Bake Oven as a kid, mixes were cheap. My daughters love playing with their oven, but mixes are expensive. Enjoy these recipes for yummy treats that are a fraction of the cost!

    13 Homemade Easy-Bake Oven Recipes

    13 Homemade Easy-Bake Oven Recipes

    by Lena Campbell59

  • Halogen ovens are said to cook food in less time than a conventional oven, preserve more of the juices, and use less energy. This was not exactly my experience with the Andrew James Halogen Oven.

    Review of the Andrew James Halogen Oven

    Review of the Andrew James Halogen Oven

    by annerivendell4

  • Food takes less than 20 minutes to cook on the stove, and the thermal cooker will do the rest of the cooking. Learn how to use a thermal cooker, and try my recipes for easy and hearty meals.

    How to Use a Thermal Cooker (Plus 9 Recipes)

    How to Use a Thermal Cooker (Plus 9 Recipes)

    by lady rain22

  • These robot-themed items are fun, practical presents that your robot geek will actually want to own and use. Perfect for birthdays, Christmas, housewarming, and other gift-giving occasions.

    Kitchen Gifts for Robot Lovers

    Kitchen Gifts for Robot Lovers

    by Christy Kirwan8

  • How should a new cook (college student or first home) equip a kitchen? What do you need to buy? Here are some lists and guidelines.

    Tools Every Kitchen Should Have

    Tools Every Kitchen Should Have

    by Linda Lum7

  • The salad spinner is one of my favorite kitchen gadgets for two reasons: no more waterlogged salads and no more gritty, dirty lettuce leaves!

    How to Use a Salad Spinner

    How to Use a Salad Spinner

    by Sharon Bellissimo9

  • Have you ever bought something at a garage sale or thrift shop and did not know what that kitchen utensil was really used for? Well, I have many times and had such fun tracking them down!

    Let's Identify Some Kitchen Gadgets

    Let's Identify Some Kitchen Gadgets

    by wabash annie61

  • What advantage does silicone kitchen cooking tools and utensils have over those made from plastic, wood or metals? This hub shares 5 reasons why using silicone kitchen cooking tools are beneficial.

    Why Use Silicone Kitchen Tools and Utensils?

    Why Use Silicone Kitchen Tools and Utensils?

    by Chin chin17

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