The KitchenAid Pro Line Cordless Hand Blender scored high before I even used it. Sure, it looks great. Sure, it’s convenient. Sure, it’s KitchenAid.
Do you refer to the tan melon as cantaloupe? If so, that is actually incorrect. What we in the U.S. call cantaloupe is muskmelon.
Many parents fail to “think outside the bag” when it comes to planning lunches. However, if you give lunch planning a little extra thought, you’ll realize you have several options.
Have you heard about the latest lunchbox craze—the bento. If you haven’t, don’t fret. It was new to me, too. Bento is a Japanese slang word for “convenient.”
It’s not easy to make sure your children are getting the nutrition they need while at school. What to do? Pack them food they enjoy—and that is healthy.
As the kids are heading back to school, it’s time to start thinking about what you are going to send with them for lunch.
Since the open fire, the brightest minds in cooking have been working to evolve new, more efficient, ways to generate heat. Now there’s induction cooking, which uses an electromagnetic field to generate heat.
Whether you are a beginner cook or a master home chef, nonstick pans can be a great asset to your kitchen.
For everyday cuisine, your standard pots and pans are more than sufficient--but what about when you need something different?
Answer these five questions to help determine the kind of pans best suited to you and the way you cook.
An overview of the different types of pots and pans.
Over the centuries, Irish cuisine has been exposed to many outside influences, however, Irish recipes remain simple and use basic, inexpensive ingredients.
While methods of food preparation in Egyptian cuisine vary as you travel up and down the Nile River, the staple ingredients remain similar.
If Greek food hasn’t sold you on the Mediterranean diet yet, head to the western shores of the Mediterranean sea, where the vibrant country of Spain awaits you.
The Mediterranean is home to one of the healthiest and most flavorful diets in the world. Why not bring a taste of Greece into your home?
Asian food is fascinating in that, while the dishes are cultural, they are also well-loved throughout the world.
People tend to fall into one camp or the other. I’m talking about the age-old “Sugar vs. Salt on Tomatoes” debate.
It’s spiky and smells like roadkill and sweaty socks. In fact, the smell can be so overpowering and persistent, that some places in Southeast Asia have banned the fruit. Do you dare to eat a durian—the “King of Fruits”?