Michael loves to play with words and food. He has played with words as a freelance editor, magazine editor, newspaper reporter, and in corporate communications. He has played with his food for years--ask his mom. His current favorite kitchen gadget is an ice cream maker.
For seafood lovers, nothing compares to the taste of dishes rich with the fresh flavors of the sea.
For the people on your list with a sweet tooth and a talent for whipping up everything from pies and cakes to biscuits and breads, here are some suggestions for the perfect gift.
These gifts will help your new chef move from beginner to pro.
Fifteen gifts sure to earn you an A+ with the college students on your Christmas shopping list.
Gift suggestions for those who want to bake and decorate Christmas cookies.
Highlights from this last week on CHEFS Mix Blog.
Have a favorite Christmas cookie recipe? Send it in for the CHEFS Christmas Cookie exchange!
Give a gift to your kitchen enthusiast!
Making pies is work. Important work, tasty work, fun work. But still serious work.
There is freedom in conformity. If you’re asked to bring a pumpkin, or apple, or chocolate pie, bring the traditional pie and a tweaked version.
We do love our carbohydrates—and we do love Thanksgiving. If you pair starchy dishes with salads—and indulge in the potatoes sparingly—you’ll survive your holiday food coma just fine.
Picking side dishes is a breeze. After deciding on the main course—that traditional turkey—all the decisions flow down hill from there.
The perfect gifts for your kitchen aficianado--for Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 8, The Rachael Ray show will feature three of the products CHEFS offers in a segment on the show.
Christmas gifts from this last week on CHEFSMix Blog.
Looking at coffee makers for a Christmas gift? Consider these two new entries to make your coffee lover happy!
If you’re the only one in your family who drinks coffee, or if you want a personal coffeemaker for work, consider these options.
Get a glimpse into how CHEFS kitchenware products began—through the eyes of those who started them. (Part 5 of 5)