Can fresh eggs be frozen for later use (out of the shell, of course)? The best buys in eggs are in a package of 18. For two people, it’s a long time to keep ...
Comments: Make a cake; save the planet. OK, it may not be quite that easy, but this set of mixing bowls is a big step in the right direction. They are made of only 30% traditional plastic (which comes ...
Comments: Can you afford space in your kitchen for a tool that only grates Parmesan and other dry, hard cheeses? lf so, this is the grater to get! It makes absolutely fluffy grated cheese – certainly th...by Ginger Cook
Comments: OK, so you will not buy a pressure cooker – not in a house, not with a mouse, not in a box, not in a train, etc., etc. How about a pressure cooker disguised as a super-duper fry pan? How about...by Ginger Cook
Comments: We totally understand the desire to use one tool that will perform two tasks, rather than dirtying two separate implements. (We can never quite manage it, but we totally understand the concept...by Ginger Cook
Comments: One of us has a daughter who, as a kindergartener, was told by an evil kindergartener that eggs were bad (we won’t tell you exactly what she was told, but she stopped eating eggs entirely). No...by Ginger Cook
Comments: Think of this as a mortar and pestle for the Jetsons (if you remember the space-age Jetsons, that is.) A heavy ceramic ball in the curvy container mixes and mashes ingredients together as you ...by Ginger Cook
Comments: Have we mentioned how often people ask for help keeping cooked foods warm on the drive to a friend’s or relative’s house, a pot-luck supper, or some other function? (Very often!) Here is a gr...by Ginger Cook
Comments: Which do we nag about more – instant-read thermometers or kitchen scales? No matter. You should have both. We use this scale every day. Weigh items directly on the platform, on a plate, or in...by Ginger Cook
Comments: If you are thinking about canning for the first time – if you weren’t taught at the apron strings of Aunt Octavia – you may be delighted to pick up all the necessary equipment in one fell swoo...by Ginger Cook
Comments: We do not want to nit-pick – although it seems we do more than our share – but we would really call this a skillet or fry pan, rather than a sauté pan. A sauté pan traditionally has a flat bot...by Ginger Cook
Comments: OK, it’s not petite even when collapsed, but there are just times you need to carry a good-sized cake or two dozen cupcakes. Now you can, and when you’re done, this carrier collapses to a bit ...by Ginger Cook
Comments: If you’re a one-size-fits all kind of griller, then never mind. But if you find yourself grilling medium-rare and well-done, or extra-spicy and not-at-all-spicy, or if you must grill around he...by Ginger Cook
Comments: Have you dreamt of the luxury of having a salad spinner, but knew in your heart of hearts that you didn’t have the space? Now your dream can come true if you only have half the space. The uni...by Ginger Cook
Comments: This is the pepper-lover’s pepper mill – and there are about a zillion pepper mills on the market. What sets this apart? Raw power. You can gently turn the top, like it’s some Clark-Kent, milq...by Ginger Cook
Comments: Emile Henry has been making ceramic cookware in Marcigny, France, for 150 years, from Burgundy’s rich clay. While utilizing traditional techniques, the company’s artisans make use of technolog...by Ginger Cook