Food and Cooking - Kitchens & Play Food
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Wed Dec 14 00:00:00 MST 2011xsentrick Rating:5.0
I have been dreaming of a pink Christmas for my 2 1/2 year old. The set is for ages 8 up but we play kitchen together so I decided to take a chance with this set that it would be ok for her and I am so glad I did. The tea set will be more decoration until she is old enough to play with it but the pans are more perfect than I could of imagined them to be. I can not wait for her to wake up christmas morning to a pink retro kitchne and pink pots and pan a little girl dream come true. Not to mention the pans look like they could be used to cook real food with. Quality of the pans is almost better than my own pots and pans.
Tue Aug 06 00:00:00 MDT 2013sherie906 Rating:5.0
Purchased for a 4 year old budding chef for his birthday. He loves it. It looks adorable set up in his room, gives him hours of fun and is well made with all the bells and whistles a little one could want.
Thu Oct 10 00:00:00 MDT 2013overstock1981 Rating:5.0
It was a birthday gift to two-year old. She loves it! She spend a lot of time "cooking" for her toys and "feeds" the rest of the family tool. Besides, it looks very good as a part of her furniture. Highly recommended.
A slow cooker saves effort in the kitchen while giving you juicy, flavorful dishes. Slow cooking has been around for decades, but some people have still never tried it because it is an unfamiliar food preparation method. The best part about slow cooking is that you can come home to dinner if you time it right and choose the most convenient dishes. Put your slow cooker to work and try some of these popular recipes.
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.
What's your kitchen style? Are you a baker who whips up cakes and pies from scratch? Do you make homemade bread and pasta? Or have you never met a boxed cake mix you didn't like? The way you cook and the food you like to eat will determine the best mixer for your kitchen. Follow these tips to make sure the one you buy meets your needs and your tastes.
You may not think children and cooking are two things that go together, but getting children involved with cooking offers great benefits. They'll enjoy cooking together with you. And you can encourage kids to eat a variety of foods; when children take part in making meals, they are much more likely to eat them. Having cooking tools that they can use will make this time together in the kitchen safe and fun.
If you live in an area with harsh winters or stifling summers, or if you just do not have the time to devote to maintaining a full-size grill, then an indoor electric grill might be the best way for you to cook delicious hamburgers, scrumptious seafood and tender vegetables on a grill. Electric grills are smaller and more versatile than their outdoor counterparts, and you can quickly prepare your favorite foods in the comfort of your kitchen.
Whether you're frying eggs or making a gourmet meal, you need a quality skillet to cook with. Some of the most frequently used cookware items, skillets, also known as fry pans, are made of various metals, with or without nonstick coatings. You can also buy an electric skillet to cook breakfast or dinner foods quickly. With the many skillet options available, you may be unsure of the right pans to buy. This guide will provide you with tips on buying the best skillet for your kitchen.
Microwaves have become one of the most essential kitchen appliances in a home. Appliances like microwaves are designed to make our lives easier, shorten prep and cook times and make clean up a snap; microwave ovens are a huge timesaver. Microwaves make defrosting foods easy and warming up leftovers temptingly fast. This microwave buying guide will guide you through the many features and options in the world of microwaves so you can pop some popcorn and enjoy your newest kitchen appliance that much sooner.
Simplify your kitchen countertop with a durable Kamenstein spice rack. Spice racks are the perfect counter accessories to keep all your spices clearly labeled and organized in one place, and they can make cooking and preparing food easier, too. With a revolving or magnetic spice rack in easy reach of the stove while you're cooking, you'll never find yourself digging through a cluttered cupboard searching for the jar you need. But all spice racks are not created equal; Kamenstein spices are bottled in the U.S.A. and sealed for freshness and purity, and the racks are durable and designed for easy use. Don't settle for just any kitchen storage options. Read on for more facts about Kamenstein spice racks.
Electric mixers are perhaps the most used of all small kitchen appliances. From mixing cake batters to kneading homemade bread to mashing potatoes, electric mixers make the cook's job much faster and easier. Knowing how to clean electric mixers is particularly important, whether you own a stand mixer or a hand mixer. When dried food collects in crevices or mixer attachments, it can interfere with the proper functioning of your appliance and cause your mixer to stop working.
Few kitchen appliances provide the ease and convenience of food preparation like a slow cooker. Sometimes called crock pots, slowcookers can easily cook a delicious one-pot meal for a whole family: just add the ingredients to the slow cooker early in the day; turn the appliance on; and the crockpot does the work for you. Selecting a slow cooker requires some consideration because slow cookers come in numerous sizes and offer a myriad of different features, so it's important to consider what size and features you want before buying.
Not only are KitchenAid appliances well made and long lasting, they are also great looking. When choosing small appliances for your kitchen, why not opt for the best-looking ones -- especially when they also have the best quality? KitchenAid appliances perform well even in high-pressure cooking situations, such as Thanksgiving dinner. Here are some facts about Kitchenaid that will help guide you as you explore their line of quality appliances, including stand mixers, food processors, induction cooktops, and more.
Stinking Rose -- perhaps this is not the most popular title for a poem; nonetheless, garlic has plenty of qualities to praise. This bulb was used by the ancient Egyptians as far back as 2080 B.C. for both culinary and medicinal purposes. It's still important in herbal medicine. Of course, garlic still makes good food even better, and every great cook has a garlic press among their kitchen tools. April 19 is National Garlic Day in the United States, but you can celebrate garlic anytime with some tasty recipes and fun facts.
Deep fryers are versatile kitchen appliances that can help you cook a wide array of delicious meals and side dishes. Deep fryers can be used to make fried chicken, French fries and even golden fried fish at home. For Sunday dinner, you can deep fry chicken or turkey in minutes. Deep fried foods make tasty treats for parties and special occasions. In order to get the most out of your deep fryer, you need to know how to clean it and care for it properly. If you cook with your deep fryer frequently, it is important to clean and change the oil once or twice a week.
You know your restaurant's kitchen needs the right equipment to produce food quickly and without difficulty, but are there tools that could make your staff's work easier? These kitchen supplies could be the difference between a kitchen that serves food quickly and one that struggles to get plates to tables. Look for these commercial-grade kitchen tools if you need to ensure consistent results from your kitchen.
If you love toast, you need to learn more about toaster ovens. These handy small appliances are a huge improvement over traditional two-slice toasters; not only do they perfectly brown your morning toast, but electric toaster ovens also toast large bread products like bagels, cook and brown foods like pizza and garlic bread, and warm or reheat leftovers without making them soggy like microwaves sometimes do. With so many options and features available in toaster ovens now, finding the perfect one for your kitchen can be a bit intimidating. Never fear -- this toaster oven buying guide will help you learn more about these popular appliances.
Including a handy kitchen cart with your other kitchen furniture will keep you organized and help your everyday kitchen activities go smoothly. Kitchen carts provide extra space for food preparation and serving; once you're done, or need some extra space, just wheel it out of the way. This versatile piece of kitchen furniture will keep your kitchen in line. All you have to decide is how to best optimize your kitchen cart. Keep reading for ideas on what to store in a kitchen cart.
The right cookware can make working in the kitchen a real joy. It's all about the metal, because that is the vehicle that delivers heat to food. Before you shop for cookware, consider the different types of metals and their benefits.
You consider your kitchen well-stocked with a shiny new microwave, a top-of-the-line blender and a high-end food processor, but don't put away that wish list just yet. Some modern appliances are so new that you may have not had the chance to learn about their amazing features. Others are a big improvement over their older counterparts. These five appliances are desirable additions to any modern kitchen.
Spring is the season of rebirth, and the Easter holiday is the perfect time to celebrate renewal. From chocolate bunnies to Easter eggs, there's no better way to enjoy Easter than with food. Here are a few simple recipes you can try out in your own kitchen to make this Easter especially fun for you and your family.
If you want to become a year-round grill master, you need an indoor grill. Sometimes, issues such as space and weather often stand in the way of grilling. With an indoor grill, you can enjoy grilled food whether you are in a snowed-in house in December or a tiny 11th floor apartment in August. These tips will help you get the most out of an indoor grill.