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    5 knives you should add to your collection

    5 knives you should add to your collection

              From slicing steak to dicing an apple, every kitchen should be equipped with a good set of knives. Whether you already own a set or plan to purchase a few to add to your collection, you'll want to know which knives are essential in your kitchen. Sharpen your skills when it comes to knives by taking a look at these must-haves.
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    The 5 golden rules for kitchen knives

    The 5 golden rules for kitchen knives

    Here are the 5 golden rules to maintain your knives in perfect condition:   Rule #1: It is important to use a knife adapted to what you want to do / food you want to prepare. For example, you shouldn’t use a bread knife to slice a roast or use the blade of a paring knife and use it as a screwdriver (don’t laugh, we’ve all done it!) Rule #2: Don’t drop your knife on the floor. Of course, accidents happen,
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    Are coated knives and ceramic knives the same? How can we tell them apart?

    Are coated knives and ceramic knives the same? How can we tell them apart?

    At first glance, it’s easy to think that both ceramic knives that have black or white blades and coated knives that can be very colorful are the same. As consumers, seeing knife blades that are o
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    Why use a kitchen mandolin?

    Why use a kitchen mandolin?

    Ok, I have to admit, I’ve resisted using a mandolin for years! I used to think that if I cooked like a Chef, a good quality knife and cutting board was all I needed… until… I tried a mandolin! Why use a mandolin? Well it seems Chefs DO use a mandolin when preparing certain meals, and somehow it gives me permission to do so myself! The main reason is that it cuts perfectly, evenly, consistently and quickly for recipes that require thin cuts. It really does! Even if you count the time it
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    Top 10 Starfrit fruits & vegetable tools

    Top 10 Starfrit fruits & vegetable tools

    Your son or your daughter is getting ready to move out and you’re wondering how to help? Your parents are getting older and need tools in the kitchen to help with food prep? Your kids want to help out in the kitchen and you are wondering what they can safely use that also makes the task fun? Here are the kitchen essentials you need so as to make food prep fast, easy, safe and fun! 1. Knife & board Of course, everyone needs the basics. Your
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    Tailgate Party Essentials

    Tailgate Party Essentials

      As the big game approaches, every sports fan must make sure they have the right tools to grill, chill and celebrate. Once again, Starfrit wants to get you geared up for the tailgate of them all!     BBQ tongs are a must for any grilling. So why not get your hands on the best in the business? The
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    Cooking with Fresh Herbs

    Cooking with Fresh Herbs

    Yes, we’ve all heard it… Fresh herbs taste better than dried ones. However, choosing, harvesting, pretreating and storing fresh herbs can often seem a little cloudy to the amateur cook. They are without a doubt one of the most particular ingredients out there and deserve to be treated as such. Today, we will shed light on some of these particularities as well as how and when to use herbs for everyday cooking.     Choosing herbs When choosing your herbs
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    How to cut an onion without crying

    How to cut an onion without crying

    Onions are used in multiple recipes to add flavor. Although they can make you cry, don’t stop including them in your meals! They taste great and are a healthy choice. How then, you ask, can we cut an onion without crying? Best solution: ask someone else to do it! But if you’re alone in the kitchen, here are some tricks that will help stop the tears. Why do we cry when we cut onions? Onions grow underground and when cut, they release molecules in the air
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    Why it Matters: Measuring Precisely in Baking

    Why it Matters: Measuring Precisely in Baking

      When cooking your favorite dish, you may add a few extra ingredients, leave something out, or change the measurements a bit without a problem, but when baking, ingredients need to be measured accurately. If you enjoy cooking and want to dabble in baking, you should know that baking is more precise and important to the recipe's outcome than you might expect.   When baking, you will want to measure dry ingredients such as sugar and flour in nested
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    Bonus Preserves and Pickling Tip Sheet

    Bonus Preserves and Pickling Tip Sheet

      The first item on your canning list should be a good quality preserving pot with an non-reactive heavy bottom. 8 or 12 quarts should do it. The new stainless steel pots with thick aluminum disk bottoms are perfect. A large canning pot for sterilizing and processing jars is a must and should accommodate the Starfrit Canning Rack.   Look for brand name jars - Ball, Kerr and Bernardin. Dollar stor
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    Cooking with Fresh Herbs

    Cooking with Fresh Herbs

    Yes, we’ve all heard it… Fresh herbs taste better than dried ones. However, choosing, harvesting, pretreating and storing fresh herbs can often seem a little cloudy to the amateur cook. They are without a doubt one of the most particular ingredients out there and deserve to be treated as such. Today, we will shed light on some of these particularities as well as how and when to use herbs for everyday cooking.     Choosing herbs When choosing your herbs
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    The Rock Non-Stick Cookware Use and Care

    The Rock Non-Stick Cookware Use and Care

    The Rock by Starfrit Non-Stick Cookware Use and Care There are so many restrictions to deal with when it comes to traditional
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