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Guest blogger Steve Cylka shares a few more tools today’s modernist chefs will enjoy.
Guest blogger Steve Cylka shares a few tools that are commonplace in many kitchens of today’s modernist chefs.
Shouldn’t the small appliances in your kitchen multi-task like your smart phone? Yep, that’s what we think.
Over the past couple decades, coffee has become increasingly popular and many new products have been introduced to help drinkers enjoy the ultimate cup of joe.
Whether you’re looking to brew a simple, yet flavorful, cup of black coffee or a more complex latte, you can find a coffee maker that will suit you.
With sous vide, the aim is to cook the food slowly, over a period of several hours, in a low temperature water bath designed to cook the entire dish to a uniform interior temperature of your choice.
The Vision Toaster by Magimix can bring sanity back to your morning toast routine—and in a visually appealing way.
With the Breville, I can make fruit pies, savory quiche, meat, or vegetable pies—including a family favorite, Chicken Pot Pie.
If you do your research, pay attention to the Open Coil Rule, heed some caveats and pitfalls, and perfect a few simple recipes, college cooking can be fun, healthy, and a money-saver. Read more at CHEFS Mix, a kitchen blog by CHEFS.