I use my phone in the kitchen quite a bit, either to cook from a recipe that I've found or to use as a reference to look up a last-minute substitution or measurement conversion.
One of my relatives has gone as far as to install a little iPad holder that swings out from the wall and can be...
My first time making and eating these, so taste wise didn't really have a reference point. But was very happy after my first bite!!
500gms rib eye fillet sliced thinly
9 thin slices provolone cheese
3 crusty sourdough rolls
1 large brown onion chopped
1 green capsicum (bell...
Wasn't sure where to put this, but I've taken to grabbing a nearby stool while in the kitchen.
Waiting 10 minutes for the stand mixer to knead bread, or for eggs to boil...more and more often, I just cop a squat in the kitchen instead of going into the other room.
What about you?
Piggybacking off the "scariest" topic, what's the most useless thing in your kitchen?
You can define "useless" however you like; maybe it doesn't perform as it should, or maybe it's something you have and just never use.
For me, it's the plastic egg holder that came with my fridge - a...
As noted earlier, I got Mary & Vincent Price's Come Into The Kitchen Cook Book for Christmas.
I have to say, although I have broken the seal, so to speak, and made two things from it, I'm really enjoying it just as a book to read.
It's arranged in time-period fashion, from colonial American up...
We all have cleaning jobs we dislike - what is your most disliked cleaning job in the kitchen? Mine is emptying the kitchen bin (or bins) and keeping them clean. Why hasn't someone invented a disposable eco friendly pop-up kitchen bin?
Next is cleaning the oven - but I get a company in to do that.
Ok peeps, I need some advice on kitchen storage, especially cooking pots and pans. We bought a new kitchen a year or so ago but I'm still struggling to find sensible storage space for all the most used items.
I'm obviously going to rationalise things and store little used bits and pieces...
Do any or you remember what your first-ever kitchen appliance was? The day that you moved from the nest.
Was it a toaster, coffee maker or hand-held mixer, maybe a blender? Was it when you left the nest, before or after you got married? Usually, when you move out from your parents' place, the...
Meet Ruby - She was with me as I learned how to cook. See was my faithful kitchen assistant. Sadly, I had to put her down a year ago but we had a great life together.
Do you let your pets in the kitchen?
Name an appliance for your kitchen that is so ridiculously over priced that you wouldn't even THINK about getting it. Yet the makers of these overly-priced things are so crazy to want this kind of money for them!
Now I don't mind modern conveniences in the kitchen, but come on! There IS a limit...
A silly fun question. You're moving to a new kitchen in five minutes and can only take one gadget along with you. What do you grab and why?
Lets not include knives as they aren't really a gadget and anyway you have to have at least one in any kitchen.
Hello! We are a new kitchen products brand and are doing some market research to better understand our customers. It would help us out so much if you could take a few minutes and fill in a survey about what you look for most in kitchen tools and utensils. After you complete the survey, you will...
I am fascinated by unusual, especially well-engineered kitchen gadgets. Some are useful, some are works of art, really special ones are both. Here are a couple of my own favourites, plus a couple I snapped in a charity shop this morning. Do you have any that fall into this category?
Has anyone here ever bought used kitchen appliances online, such as from Amazon or E-bay?
Even though doing this might seem like an easy thing to do, I feel like I'm taking a big chance if it is something big, especially something expensive.
It is supposed to help you save money over the...
Hey everyone! I've recently gotten my own apartment but I am dangerously low on quality kitchen gear. At the moment I only have one charred skillet from the 50's and a few knives of varying degrees of usefulness. Does anyone have any recommendations for pans or cutlery? Much appreciated!
This thread is all about discussing your kitchen. Please post photos of that hallowed ground or just tell us about it. I have a tiny galley style kitchen. I long for a bigger space. What do you like best about your kitchen and what would your dream kitchen be like?
I have a feeling I've posted to the wrong forum, but I'm equally certain that @morning glory will find the right home for it.
Here's the text of the original post from the excellent Food52 site:
Before the word “hack” was in anyone’s vocabulary (or before anyone even knew what a kitchen hack...
This discussion is thrown out to all the cooking guys in the forum...but the ladies can chime in also..
My wife and I both love to cook.
We host family Thanksgiving dinner every year.
This is her favorite holiday right after Christmas and she insists on "ruling the kitchen" and the menu...few...
Once a year, we spend a week in a timeshare - basically a one-bedroom apartment. While the kitchen is adequately stocked, I do take my Wusthof chef knife and Zwilling Pro paring knife with me. I've even been know to take my scone pans along with my own pre-made kits for the batches of scones I...