Summer is on the horizon, which means farmers’ markets are back in full force. Your colander will already be working overtime trying to get your fresh produce clean and ready to store. But the fun doesn’t have to stop at the kitchen sink. There are many other unique ways you can you can use your colander in and out of the kitchen.
What’s that ringing sound off in the distance? Ah, yes the sound of wedding bells. As spring awakens and the flowers bring color to the world, countless brides-to-be are in mid-panic, putting the finishing touches on their big day. If you are that panic stricken bride or know one yourself, take some deep breaths. We have the perfect idea for calming this bridal wave of terror and it’s a kitchen themed bridal shower. This theme is perfect for the woman who loves to cook, craft and dabble in the world of DIY.
Break out the tequila and slice up some limes, because it’s time to have a fiesta! In the spirit of Cinco de Mayo, we decided to come up with ways to get the most out of your polycarbonate margarita glasses. These glasses are shatterproof and virtually eliminate the possibility of a booze-induced trip to the ER. Get yours just in time, thanks to Quick Ship.
“Never run with scissors!” The above phrase was said commonly throughout my childhood as I would construct arts and crafts and race from one room to the next with my Crayola scissors in hand. Ah those were the days. Now that I’m older, I’ve upped my scissor game and entered the world of the kitchen shears—a very adult and very necessary tool for any kitchen. We all know the sole purpose of kitchen shears; to cut. But this handy dandy gadget can cut just about anything in or outside of the kitchen.
Shake, shake, shake… shake, shake, shake… shake your, dredge? You may be asking yourself what the deal is with this dredge contraption. But don’t worry, you aren’t alone. An aluminum dredge is just a fancy word for a shaker. While the name may be a little confusing, it’s likely you’ve seen this mover and shaker somewhere in the kitchen before. It’s mainly used for parmesan cheese or various spices for easy seasoning. But we’ve come up with a few other ways to utilize this simple tool.