What is this kitchen gadget? Remember it’s what’s inside that counts. Especially when dealing with a tough exterior…
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March 1, 2016 No Comments
Everybody loves a good fiery Super Bowl cake with the guy whose name is on the trophy laughing at them from behind a wall of flames, right?
February 1, 2016 No Comments
Pouring waffle batter is no new thing. Pouring waffle batter into a “batter pour spout” is. That’s how the Cuisinart WAF-V100 Vertical Waffle Maker works. Just like a regular waffler, it produces one delicious round Belgian waffle. Unlike a traditional waffle maker, the batter pours in from the top.
The idea is to save space, but you still have to open up the clamshell shape to get the waffle out of course. The good news is it doesn’t have to fold flat to get to the waffle. (One side stands tall.) However, one reviewer on Amazon noted the latch placement and lack of on/off switch make using it somewhat awkward. Check out the video and reviews to see if the space-saving nature of this waffle machine works for you.
December 27, 2015 No Comments
Slow cookers are slow, right? That’s okay; they are supposed to be. While they are sitting their doing their thing, flavors are developing into a deep, rich structure that is often well worth the wait. But that waiting can take from morning til night.
In anticipation of all day cooking, what better way than to think ahead and prepare with a nocturnal buddy? The Owl Pattern Crock-Pot Slow Cooker is a basic slow cooker with a fun, whimsical owl-themed design. Will it make for better food as an end result? Who knows?
September 15, 2015 No Comments
There is a large metal box in your kitchen that (hopefully) doesn’t get hot or wet. As it so happens, this large food storage container also allows for storage on the outside. Yup, it’s the fridge we’re talking about here and magnetic spice jars to decorate its surface.
The Good Cooking Magnetic Spice Jars are an affordable spice storage solution. The little dispensers are mostly made of metal, so they do stick to each other as well as to the side of the fridge. Each one has a see-through lid and openings for pouring or shaking. When it comes time to use, just pluck one off of the refrigerator door and shake — assuming that one hasn’t been playing Tetris on the fridge and the one you want to use is buried at the bottom of a shape avalanche.
September 1, 2015 No Comments
There’s an old joke:
Q: How many hipsters does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
August 18, 2015 No Comments