kitchen appliances

No, they're not the same. Once and for all, here are the best culinary uses for each appliance.
My refrigerator died recently. It was sudden, but not surprising. Although I was never sure of her exact age, she had to be over 10, and thus based on the life expectancy of mid-range appliances, quite elderly. Until she passed, she never gave me a moment's worry.
As you edge closer to 30, you should start getting your house in check, especially when it comes to matters of the kitchen. Exploring domesticity just before you hit the big 3-0 can be exciting, liberating even.
We pored over manuals and talked to experts to find out the mistakes we all make -- and how to achieve toast nirvana.
We are all master chefs thanks to the rice cooker.
To cook well, you need three things: fresh ingredients, simple techniques, and a few, high quality tools. Having the right equipment makes doing the job that much better. Be it a well seasoned pan or a casserole dish that's been passed down, great kitchenware makes cooking a joy.
2. Make soap Pull a Tyler Durden without losing your mind with this simple recipe that calls for a handful of easily found
More specifically, we got the opportunity to speak with Jason Tippetts - the lead designer for KitchenAid - to talk about
SPECIAL FROM Grandparents.com Cooking for one or two? Step away from the stove and give your other household appliances some
And you won't believe how cheap it is.
HPH: Does it mean that you never have to scrub your oven again? CKL: If you get one of our highly-rated models, yes. All
We went to a pro -- Consumer Reports' Deputy Home Editor, Celia Kuperszmid-Lehrman -- for an answer. Here's what we learned
Through trial and error, DIYs have given people opportunities to make meaningful gifts for loved ones, beauty products and much more. But who knew you could remodel an entire room?
Take a look at the revealing footage of dish cleaning's most intense affair, above. In this pristine Hero 3 Go-Pro footage
Even in homes with big kitchens, open counter space is under siege. Increasingly it's European manufacturers who are trying to get their shiny stainless steel appliances in front of you. And it's not just your counter.