One of the best all-in-one pots is the Emile Henry Flame Top 5 1/2 qt. Ceramic Dutch Oven. This dutch oven from Emile Henry is perfect for cooking soups and stews because it’s designed to absorb and hold heat, spreading it to your food slowly and evenly. You can also use it on almost any cooking surface including electric and gas stoves! We made a delicious potato soup and this Emile dutch oven was essential. [Read more…] about Emile Henry Flame Top Dutch Oven Review
A Vitamix blender is more than just an average blender. Vitamix machines are renowned as the world’s most versatile and durable blenders. What sets them apart from the competition? [Read more…] about Why Does Everyone Want a Vitamix?
John Boos cutting boards and butcher blocks come in a variety of shapes and styles. Between all of their styles and series of cutting boards, there are some differences that make certain ones better for your particular needs. In this blog I’ll review each series of cutting boards and explain their general characteristics and which type of kitchen each one is good for.
Mixing bowls are items that are probably in every person’s cabinet, but the average person doesn’t generally think of them as an essential kitchen item unless they’re an avid baker. However, the All-Clad stainless steel mixing bowl set is useful for much more than simply prepping dough for baking cookies. [Read more…] about All-Clad Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls
Why cook with Copper Cookware? To start, copper cookware is one of the best conductors of heat and ensures that when cooking, you have even, faster heating around the bottom and through the sides of the cookware. This means no irksome hot spots! Copper cookware has been around for hundreds of years, and is especially popular in French cooking. Because copper can sustain such high heats, it’s also the preferred cookware for cooking jams and large batches of candy. Copper cookware is also beautiful and makes an elegant adornment to any kitchen. [Read more…] about Why Should I Use Copper Cookware?
We are lucky enough to live in the South and enjoy some amazing weather most of the year. However, there are exceptions to the rule… 100 degree days in the summer & snow/ice storms in the winter. We haven’t had any bad winter weather in 3 years, but now it has happened to us twice in the past 2 weeks. It’s fun to enjoy the snow with the kids, but they get cold way too fast and then we have to think of other things to do. This go around, we decided to cook! First we made Lucky Charms cupcakes. Yes, it sounds pretty gross, but the little boys were in heaven! I used the CIA Bakeware 12 Cup Nonstick Muffin Pan to bake these delicious cupcakes. [Read more…] about Snowpocalypse 2014