When asked which room in the house is the most used, the kitchen ranks number one in responses when some literal-minded freak hasn’t reminded the other readers the bedroom should hold top rank. With the kitchen so loved and utilized and often called the “heart of the home,” why are...
We really shared some great times; for almost exactly two years, the Canon SD1400 IS soldiered on through pockets, falls on the table, brushes with death by gravy and numerous foodie events that never made it to post. The pocket-sized camera from the ELPH family of prosumer digital point...
Peeling apples is kitchen punishment for people you need to keep busy. With a cheap, vintage-style apple peeler, though, peeling apples will become the kitchen reward! Remember how much fun it was sharpening a pencil in grade school? Relive the joy and put that same round and round motion to...
Chef Adam Rosenblum shows us two techniques to cut herbs. Where one technique is widely used and taught, the other produces identical results visually, but better results at a molecular level providing longer lasting freshness in chopped herbs. The secret is the direction of a properly sharp blade.
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