Moving into your first apartment is exciting. Whether you’re a college student breaking free from dorm life or you’ve finished your degree and are moving out on your own, there’s much to prepare for.
Save the day--again--for your college friends (and yourself) with a few well-chosen small appliances.
Shouldn’t the small appliances in your dorm room/first kitchen multi-task like your smart phone? Yep, that’s what we think.
Cooking technology has advanced significantly since your father’s days in college. One of those advances is induction cooking, which has no open coils for administrator’s to get hot about.
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.
Memorial Day is a day of rememberance for those of us who have family and loved ones in the military. It is also a day to celebrate the arrival of summer, the end of school, and for our graduates the start of new things to come. Plus, here at CHEFS we kick off our Annual Memorial Day Sale!
How to cook and eat an artichoke for the first time.
You’ve successfully canned your vegetables and fruits. Now, what are you going to do with all those jars? What are the safety concerns with canned food?
After spending the summer eating the harvest of your backyard vegetable garden, it may be hard to go back to buying your veggies from the grocery store.
Canning one’s own food used to be seen as quaint. Okay in a nostalgic “It reminds me of my Grandma” sort of way, but nearly obsolete in a practical sense. However, canning is making a comeback.
Our friends at Cook's Country share a comprehensive cannning 101 tutorial. Never tried canning before? This is a great place to start! Plus we are givingaway 5 copies of Grandma's Kitchen cookbook from the Cook's Country publisher. Come inside to find out how to enter.
Canning is a fantastic way to preserve foods you love, from jams and jellies to all manner of pickles, so you can enjoy them throughout the year. Read more at CHEFS Mix, a kitchen blog by CHEFS.
You don’t have to fix beef and pork barbecue style to cook either on the grill. If you do it right, grilling allows fat to melt away and a delectable smoke flavor to remain.
For many people, grilling is all about the main course—but that is too limiting for a true brazier professional. Vegetables and fruit also taste great off the grill.
Pretty much everyone has grilled chicken, but when it comes to grilling fish many people are a little hesitant. Don’t be. It’s much easier than you think.
There are many different styles of barbecue. Join us as we look at five distinct American traditions.
We love cooking on a grill—and not just in the summer! Chances are you do, too. These tools will help you grill like a professional.
When it comes to cooking with eggs, the possibilities are endless. They can be used in breakfasts, soups, salads, sandwiches, pastas and more. From the simple to the sumptuous, eggs are the perfect addition to any meal.
Crêpes originated in Brittany, France, and are often described as paper-thin pancakes. However, the crêpe has a much wider use than the pancake does and is often served for any meal of the day.
We don’t understand why Mom only gets pampered once a year. But, if Mother’s Day is that one time—with a little planning you can make it special.
CHEFS French fry baking sheet can help you enjoy fried foods again—without the use of oil.
Buying nonstick bakeware saves you time—and frustration. No longer will you scrub off food stains and particles after baking.
With this complete set of nonstick cookware, I have the ability to whip up some hearty soups, make my favorite pasta dishes with little effort, and even reheat delicious leftovers.
Nonstick pots and pans are great for the kitchen, but proper care will help extend the life of your cookware and keep that nonstick surface performing perfectly.