Well, two peach trees, three apple trees and loads of berry bushes exploding with fruit compelled me to blow the dust off and give this fancy dehydrator a chance.
Squashes can be intimating to cut, but you’ll have the best tasting meal when using the freshest ingredients.
Consider this hand mandolin the Louboutin of the kitchen gadget world- it makes slicing a sleek, sexy breeze. I love it. If you have a garden or are a farmers market regular, this mandolin is brilliant.
If you have a garden, fruit trees or a stocked farmers market, it’s great to have the ability to churn fresh produce into something special.
If you have a garden or are an avid farmers market shopper, I highly recommend purchasing a designated vegetable scrub brush.
Ovals, diamonds and flowers…oh my! These Ateco cutter sets come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and have endless uses in the kitchen.
The official name for this tool is a Microplane Rasp Grater. It’s a little tool with a big name, but it deserves the title. If you cook at all and don’t have one, get one. I use one of these daily, they’re always in the dishwasher.
My tea drawer selection ranges from the ordinary to extraordinary. Full disclosure: we reach for the ordinary way more than the extraordinary.
A big sharp knife slicing through a huge, tough, wobbly, oblong-shaped pumpkin can be downright intimidating. But the work is worth it, because kabocha squash is absolutely delicious.
Sometimes it’s the silly little things that make life easier.