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Entries in kitchen (192)

Monday
Sep252017

VonShef Mixing Bowl Set 

When it comes to building the best possible kitchen, having a high-quality mixing bowl set is essential. And while we love glass bowls for their aesthetic and their durability, there's a reason why professional chefs prefer stainless steel bowls for all of their mixing needs. Put simply, stainless steel is durable (yet lightweight) and easily washable — two things that are beyond helpful in the kitchen.

 That's why we endorse this VonShef three-piece mixing bowl set (on sale on Amazon for a steep 64 percent discount), which takes regular stainless steel mixing bowls and adds useful features to make them even better.

 The set features three bowls of varying sizes, handles for easy maneuvering, non-slip silicone bases to avoid countertop slippage, and — perhaps most ingenious — built-in spouts to allow for easy pouring of liquid ingredients into pans. Never again will you get batter on the counter trying to transfer it from your mixing bowl to your muffin tins.

Originally posted on The Kitchn.

Wednesday
Aug092017

8 Best Beer Growlers on the Market

Craft beer used to be something only your weird brother-in-law was interested in, but over the past five years or so, its popularity has reached a fever pitch. Today, everyone knows the difference between a pilsner and an IPA. Local breweries are popping up all over the country and have replaced the typical bars as the cool place to hang out.

Access to craft beer is better than ever. You no longer have to trudge to a specialty market in search of something more adventurous than Blue Moon—your local grocery store now carries a dizzying array of craft selections that will make your father stand in the well-stocked aisles and ask, “Whatever happened to good, old-fashioned Budweiser?,” not knowing that half of the craft brews on the shelves he maligns are owned by Budweiser (sorry to ruin the narrative, Dad). Many stores have even put in draft lines specifically for craft beer fans to fill up their growlers; and of course, brewpubs and breweries do the same. It’s why your friends show up to parties with growlers full of craft beer instead of the case of Miller Lite they used to arrive with. Want to invest in your own growler so you can share your love of craft beer with other people (not your Dad, though)?  Check out our list of the 8 best growlers on the market to cart your precious beer around in. Read it on Parade.

Monday
Jul312017

GoBites Trio

While coming up with tools for eating alfresco is something camping aficionados have practically perfected, you don't have to be an outdoorsy person to find this GoBites Trio ($12, Amazon) incredibly useful. Featuring a fork, knife, and spoon that snap into a compact plastic case, the GoBites Trio is perfect to keep in your desk at work, in your purse, in your diaper bag, or in the glove compartment of your car.  Because, hey, you never know. 

Friday
Jun022017

10 Wedding Gifts for Couples Who Love to Travel

What to get that couple who seems to spend more time abroad or on the road than at home? (You know who we're talking about: the couple with seemingly unlimited vacation days and frequent flyer miles, and the world's most interesting Instagram account.) You want to get them something they'll love, something they'll use, and something they might not have already picked up on their travels.  Here are 10 ideas that might just get your newly married friends to stay home long enough to make—and eat!—dinner. Read it on The Kitchn

Wednesday
May242017

10 Great Graduation Gifts for the Kitchen 

You know this all too well: Graduating means leaving the safe bubble of college life and getting cast out into the real world. And this real world comes with real responsibilities. You have to pay rent, you have to go to work, and you have to feed yourself — and preferably not a steady diet of frozen pizza and canned wine.

It's (hopefully) not on you to help the recent college grads in your life pay rent or land a job, but you can help them with that last part. Any of these gifts are practical and long-lasting, which means grads will get tons of use out of them as they make their way through the school of life. Read it on The Kitchn