There are lots of methods for cutting up herbs and nuts. You could grab one of those slap-chopping-mushing devices that feature a cup with blades that slam down when you hit the lid. You could pull out your food processor. You could use a good old knife and chopping board. Or you could do it [...]
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While the ground may be cold, the garden may be dormant, the gardener’s imagination is fertile. These Christmas gifts will have the green thumb in your home happier than a chipmunk chucking wood 1. Garden inspired silicon trivet Andreas silicone trivets are made by encapsulating fabric within highly heat resistant silicone. These durable trivets are [...]
This horseradish pot is ready for Passover. It’s made of earthenware and features English and Hebrew decoration. Bitter Herbs: are traditionally made of Horseradish and grated by hand by the man of the house till he sheds a tear. This makes up for the ones shed by the wife during the year. It’s perfectly OK [...]
I thought I had seen everything in the kitchen gadget world. Actually, I never thought that. There are far too many wacky things available; but it sounds like a good way to start off this blog post. But going back to the “I thought I had seen everything…” thought. I was in Williams Sonoma today [...]
It’s easy to make healthy salad dressings with this special blender. Simply pour in your ingredients: oil, vinegar, herbs, and then squeeze the handle to mix everything together. Use this to make some Green Goddess Dressing or a nice French Vinaigrette. Related articles by Zemanta What is Vinegar? (brainz.org) Strawberry Vinaigrette Dressing (kelly-whatwereeating.blogspot.com) Get familiar [...]
These sprout growing cups are perfect for the person that likes sprouts enough to eat them once in a while and not willing to commit to the full sprout garden. You can easily grow a set of sprouts on your kitchen counter top for dinner the next day. Here’s the description from Amazon. They do [...]