Plastic - Cutting Boards
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Cutting boards come in many different shapes and sizes. A cutting board can be made of several different materials including glass, wood and plastic. Each type of cutting board offers different advantages and challenges in their care and maintenance.
The best dishes are the ones made with freshly chopped ingredients, but dicing onions, potatoes, and herbs can be the most tedious part of making a vegetable stew or a chicken pot pie. Make prep work easier on yourself with a high-quality cutting board. Invest in one that will last and you won't have to worry about shopping for this vital piece of kitchen equipment again anytime soon. Proteak, the maker of fine teak decking, furniture, and building materials, now offers teak cutting boards. Are Proteak cutting boards right for your kitchen? Consider these five reasons to shop for them.
A chopping board is one of the most basic pieces of equipment in the kitchen. Chopping boards, also known as cutting boards and butcher blocks, protect your countertops from scratches and your knives from excessive dulling. Cutting boards are also much more sanitary than chopping your ingredients on the countertop or a paper plate or napkin. Used properly, a chopping board can also be a tremendous help in preparing your meals.
Die-cutting machines like the Cricut Expression make it fun and easy to complete a variety of scrapbooking, card-making, and other paper-crafting projects. This newest addition to the Cricut line of cutters is bigger than its predecessors and perfect for making large die cuts. If you already have the original Cricut cutter and want to learn more about the Cricut Expression or if you're interested in purchasing one of these die-cut machines, keep reading to find the answers to some frequently asked questions about the Cricut Expression machine.
In order to increase the efficiency of your dishwasher and save yourself the trouble of washing dishes by hand, you'll want to know how to load your dishwasher racks properly and be aware of which dishes should not be washed in even the best dishwasher. Save money on your water, soap and dishwasher repair and cut time spent in the kitchen when you follow these tips on loading the dishwasher.
Food preparation is a big part of cooking, and having the right kitchen utensils for each job is vital. There are many different utensils out there to choose from, and the kitchen utensils you select will have a huge impact on your preparation time and frustration level in the kitchen. You'll want to stock your kitchen with basic cooking essentials first and invest in the right specialty kitchen utensils later. This kitchen utensils buying guide explains your options to save you time and frustration now as well as later.
Tile adds a touch of style in the bathroom while providing a water-resistant surface that is easy to clean. With many sizes and colors of tile to choose from, your project can be as simple or as elegant as you choose. Laying tile around the tub isn't a difficult job, but it does require precision, planning and the correct tools. When you're ready to tackle the job, a few tips will help you get started and ensure you're happy with your bath tile job.
Measuring cups are one of the workhorses of cooking essentials in the kitchen stable, and for good reason. Pinching, dashing and tossing can work well for seasoning, but when you are crafting a cake, baking bread or creating a rich sauce to drizzle over an entree, you need the correct cooking essential tools to measure the ingredients or disaster can quickly unfold. Using measuring cups properly will allow you to get the most out of your favorite recipes.
The kitchen is the most heavily used room in your home, so it takes work to keep it clean. Your kitchen sink needs special attention in particular. Whether you have a stainless steel kitchen sink that's easy to maintain or a specialty copper sink, you can significantly improve the appearance and cleanliness of your kitchen sink by doing a thorough deep cleaning. Here are some steps to help your kitchen sink shine.
If you have a collection of earrings that keep getting tangled, broken or lost, it's time to figure out a way to store and display them. In addition to traditional jewelry boxes, there are simple, inexpensive organizational solutions for the pile of earrings on your dresser. Follow these tips to find (or make) a jewelry holder that will effectively display and protect your earrings.