This Is What Smart Kitchen Gadgets Should Look Like
“Humanity will need a new model of human-machine interaction," says Stefano Marangoni, project lead at THINGK.
9 Smart Kitchen Gadgets Every Tech Nerd Needs
The Smart Baker Perfect Parchment (Season 3, Episode 7)
These pre-cut sheets of parchment are pretty much perfect for your baking pan -- hence the name. You can get a 24-pack of 9-inch round sheets for $10.99. Plenty of other pre-cut sizes are available, too.
The Best Smart Gadgets to Use in the Kitchen
While today's fast-paced world leaves little time for food prep, we still want to enjoy delicious home-cooked meals. In that battle to get a tasty, healthy meal on the table quickly, a smart kitchen can be a valuable ally. In fact, for just about any task, there’s a smart gadget that can make it easier, faster, and better. Here are 10 of our favorite smart devices for the kitchen.
Smart Home Technology in the Kitchen: Cool Cooking Gadgets
Technology has found a way into our kitchens, and it’s here to stay. Learn more about smart home technology in the kitchen and how it can help you.
Pan-fried democracy: how the internet changed cooking
In years gone by, only a lucky few Nigellas and Jamies could cook for a worldwide audience. Now anyone with a phone can film themselves making dinner. The result is a true picture of what other people like
What's Cooking Cuba? Pudin de Pan!
Forget the fruitcake! We found your holiday party's next big hit. With spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, this Cuban bread pudding will be sure to add some cheer to your holiday menu Recipe for Cuban Bread Pudding - Pudin de Pan INGREDIENTS: 1 loaf day-old Cuban bread, cut in one-inch cubes (approximately 10 slightly packed cups. Use a high quality bakery loaf as a substitute). 6 large eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup white sugar 1 lemon peel, grated 1/3 cup brown sugar…
15 Kitchen Gadgets That Will Change How You Feel About Cooking
The kitchen is rife with obstacles just waiting to make your cooking experience more difficult. It’s one of the most dangerous rooms in the house, full of potential burns, cuts and a flood of tears from chopping onions. Fortunately, designers have heard your food-loving woes. There are plenty of gadgets for the modern-day kitchen that will make your life so much easier.
Why the Cast Iron Skillet Is the Key to Better One-Pan Cooking
One-pan cooking is everywhere these days — from one-pan pastas to sheet-pan meals
These 10 Pans Will Get You Even More Excited About Fall Cooking
Every year, I look forward to ushering in autumn with oven-baked dishes, both savory and sweet
What's Cooking: Pan roasted Dover sole with Rockefeller cream
Executive Chef Nick Aslanian joined the WZZM 13 News at Noon from Reds at Thousand Oaks to share a recipe from their kitchen and talk about some of the fun events they have planned.
All Cancers : What kind of pots and pans do you recommend cooking with? Should we stay away from...
I recommend using cast-iron or enameled cast-iron. Once they are well-seasoned, they require a minimum of oil for cooking and are very easy to clean and conduc
2-minute cooking expert: How the pros really use the magic half sheet pan
The 2-Minute ExpertThink like a culinary pro with tips usually kept close to the apron. Your friends just may think you went to culinary school in...
How to Make One-Pan Broccoli-Bacon Mac 'N' Cheese
Butternut squash puree enhances the color here without distracting from the cheesy flavor, and it sneaks in another serving of vegetables
How To Make a Pan Sauce from Steak Drippings — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn
Your perfectly cooked steak is waiting to be carved and you glance at the now-empty pan from cooking your steak. Luxe browned bits of steak drippings cling to the pan. Perhaps there's a little bit of butter and some fragrant herbs left in the pan, too. It seems like a true tragedy to waste any of the wonderful mess. Fear not, because you can turn that pan of drippings into a tasty sauce for your steaks with a little broth or wine, a…
Laura Christensen's answer to What is the best ingredient to use to lube up a pan prior to...
Answered 45m ago · Author has 426 answers and 107.9k answer views There are many choices but you should use something that has a high smoke point, such as coconut oil or avocado oil. I would not recommend olive oil for pancakes. Butter will burn at high temperature, but lard can be very nice for frying.
Ultimate Crispy Chicken Beans And Tomato One Pan Meal
This is the Ultimate Crispy Chicken Beans And Tomato One Pan Meal recipe! Whatever you call this chicken tray bake recipe, chicken sheet pan dinner recipe, o...
How To Make One Pan South West Chicken & Rice
One Pan South West Tex-Mex Chicken And Rice Recipe Welcome Friends! Welcome to axe night suppers, and this week we're going to do a riff on a one pan chicken...
Smart Kitchen Storage Ideas
I’ve been looking forward to writing this post because I love designing kitchens and I love me some good storage. As someone who hates clutter (I get a nervous tick if the counter isn’t clear), I’m constantly on the look out for ways to be more organized. Because as much as I hate clutter, I’m still not the most organized person (one can only dream) If you are thinking about building a custom home, you will want to consider what storage spaces to…
Give Your Kitchen Brains!
Add the latest smart kitchen technology to help maximize efficiency and make the heart of the home more user-friendly than ever. Read to find out how.