Search results for: 'one pot'

Suggested search terms: the rock one pot 7 2qt stock with lid, one pot coconut rice pudding, one pot honey mustard chicken with vegetables, one pot chicken and rice soup, one pot flatbread lasagna, one pot vegetarian chili mac, one pot minestrone soup, one pot mac and cheese, one pot deconstructed lasagna, one pot sausage and mushroom pasta

    2017 Gift Guide

    2017 Gift Guide

    Christmas shopping is now in full swing and we at Starfrit want to help you get a head start. If you are like me and short on gift ideas for your friends and family, try surprising them with products everyone will enjoy. With Starfrit’s complete lines of kitchen gadgets, cookware, small electric appliances and food storage items, you will be sure to find something for everyone on your list regardless of the budget. These gift ideas are sure to help any advanced cook and average weekday blazer
    Read more
    Why It Matters: One-Pot Meals

    Why It Matters: One-Pot Meals

              With the invention of The Rock One-Pot, you can impress guests, as well as yourself, with all the prestidigitation you can perform with this pot. This pot is a time saver and a masterpiece maker. With sizes available to fit any recipe, The Rock One-Pot is the only pot you need to pull together a complete meal. The Rock One-Pot lineup includes the 12" Dutch oven with lid, the 7.
    Read more
    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
    Read more
    The Best Fondue Party Guide

    The Best Fondue Party Guide

      Like to have friends and family over and enjoy a long-lasting meal enriched by conversation , good food and good wine? The fondue party is the best way to achieve this!     Choose the type of fondue you will be serving To start, you need to know which type of fondue you would like to serve. There are three main types: cheese fondue, oil or broth fondue and chocolate fondue. Cheese fondue
    Read more
    Tea Infusion - 4 O’clock Can’t Come Soon Enough!

    Tea Infusion - 4 O’clock Can’t Come Soon Enough!

    Just when you thought infusion only involved dropping a tea bag into a microwaved cup of water… It turns out you can get a lot more out of your tea than you might think. However, less can sometimes be more in this case. To help clarify this paradox, let us go through the different methods you can adopt to make your tea drinking experience even more comforting, soothing and pleasant.   Much of it is based on oxidation: some teas have been through more oxidation in their manufacturing
    Read more
    Just Starting Out

    Just Starting Out

    10 Essentials when you are just starting out! If you are just starting out in a new apartment, chances are you will need to pick up some essentials for your kitchen. Even if you don’t plan on doing a lot of cooking, there are some things you will need just to get by. You may not even realize you need certain things until you don’t have them. This list of items is also great for young adults just moving out of the family home or if they are planning to accumulate be
    Read more
    The Rock by Starfrit Cookware New Products

    The Rock by Starfrit Cookware New Products

    Starfrit The Rock New Products Now that Starfrit’s The Rock cookware has made your stovetop cooking easier than ever, you can now take your baking, braising and roasting to the next level with
    Read more
    Start Stew Season on The Right Foot!

    Start Stew Season on The Right Foot!

    As the chilly weather creeps in, we lie in search of comforting and wholesome meals to ease the transition. One popular example is the stew for its simplicity, accessibility, customizability and copiousness. Although it is an easy dish to cook, there are several misconceptions on some aspects of stewing worth addressing, notably braising, the tenderizing process, best cuts of meat and the inclusion of fat. While there are many types of stews, we will stick with the most common one going forward,
    Read more
    What is pressure cooking?

    What is pressure cooking?

    Have you heard of the new cooking trend for busy families? Pressure cooking reduces cooking time by at least half, is safe and retains vitamins and nutrients of your food. Oh, let’s not forget, it makes tasty and flavorful results!     What is a pressure cooker, and what does it do?  A pressure cooker simply pressurizes its contents, the liquid inside becomes steam and it forces liquids into the food making it very tender quickly. It has 5 disti
    Read more
    Cooking like a Chef - A quick reference guide to cooking methods

    Cooking like a Chef - A quick reference guide to cooking methods

    You like watching cooking shows and would like to be able to cook like a Chef? Learning about the many cooking methods out there is a great start. We tried here to put together a quick reference guide to most popular cooking methods. Knowledge is essential, even in the kitchen!
    Read more
    What is induction cooking?

    What is induction cooking?

    Depending on who you talk to, this futuristic way of cooking can be very complicated or explained very simply… let’s try to make this easy! In order to cook food, a heat source is required such as an oven, cooktop or when camping, a barbecue or even a wood fire! Cooktops have evolved over the years and the newer ones now offer “induction” cooktops. Induction cooktops use an electromagnetic field to heat up a pan or saucepan; heat is transferred through metal properties of booth the co
    Read more
    How to choose the right cookware material?

    How to choose the right cookware material?

    With the amount of cookware available these days, it's sometimes difficult to choose which material is best for what we cook. We wil try to help by explaining each type of metal and its uses.       Here are the materials that are covered in this blog: Stainless steel Tri-ply Stainless steel Aluminum Hard anodized aluminum Forged aluminum Cast iron Cast aluminum Once you re
    Read more
    Spring Cleaning… Why Not Start with the Kitchen?

    Spring Cleaning… Why Not Start with the Kitchen?

    The kitchen is without a doubt one of the most crammed rooms in a household. It contains rarely used gadgets, foods, containers and other accessories that all require efficient storage. This notion is especially relevant when it comes to smaller kitchens as in apartments or condos. They cannot benefit from the luxury of walk-in pantries and islands. However, there are many available outlets and hidden storage opportunities in your kitchen you never thought possible. For your next Spring cleaning
    Read more
    5 Back-to-School Meal Prep Tips

    5 Back-to-School Meal Prep Tips

    With school starting back soon, schedules get hectic and time becomes limited. Meal prepping can help you get a handle on the week ahead so you can spend more time with family and less time in the kitchen. With so many resources available for meal prepping, you don't have to invent your own plan. Start by gathering information, invest in storage containers, and plan to shop with a food list. Here are 5 back-to-school meal prep tips.   Use a
    Read more
    Help! It’s a Housewarming

    Help! It’s a Housewarming

    The papers are signed. The keys are made.  ... Now, what? As you enter the rite of passage to adulthood with your new home and newer mortgage, there is one milestone that should be a blast to cross off your list: the housewarming party. While the idea of having your friends and family celebrate with you at the happiest time of your young life is warm and cozy, there's only a short time before the panic sets in. What should I cook? Sh
    Read more
    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
    Read more
    One-Pot Contest - Recipes

    One-Pot Contest - Recipes

    Here are the 10 winning recipes. Thank you to all participants!  
    Read more
    The Starfrit Electric Rotato Express

    The Starfrit Electric Rotato Express

    Starfrit Electric Rotato Express It’s finally time to say farewell to the time-consuming and fussy task of peeling potatoes. The Electric Rotato Express, Starfrit’s new
    Read more
    Every Apple Has Its Place!

    Every Apple Has Its Place!

              As the trees reveal their many colors and temperatures begin to drop, nothing becomes more fitting than wholesome and comforting recipes to prepare and enjoy with close ones. One popular ingredient in said recipes is the apple. However, choosing from the 30+ types of apples can get quite overwhelming: different types fill different roles. Here is a list of America’s most popular apple types and their unique applications. Fir
    Read more
    Salad Days

    Salad Days

              Starfrit Kitchens Presents Salad Days by Marcy Goldman A great salad is always popular but these days, what with salad places cropping up in so many fast casual restaurants, the interest in ‘lite’ eating along with dense nutrition, has made our appetites for salad skyrocket. Salads are also so much more varied, appetizing and easily put together these days (and anything can be ‘salad’) that the
    Read more
    Cracking Open an Ocean Treasure

    Cracking Open an Ocean Treasure

    As lobster season kicks in, now’s the time to solve one of the most daunting dinning tasks. In this week’s blog, we offer helpful hints to successfully extract meat from fresh cooked lobster. Prepping lobster often makes people lose their appetites…let alone patience. But with a positive attitude and the right tools, the subtleties and delicacies of fresh lobster will leave you wanting more. But be warned! Eating lobster requires you to get your hands dirty so make sure you put on a
    Read more
    Proper Wine Consumption

    Proper Wine Consumption

    Amazing how an entire culture revolves around the extract of a single fruit. Although appreciating wine can sometimes seem like splitting hairs, the subtleties of this acquired taste become real as ever when optimally served and paired with the right foods. Let us go through some pointers you can use to make your wine tasting experience more fruitful!     Properly serving has the potential of making cheaper wines more palatable but it can tarnish a high-end bottle if done poor
    Read more
    Spiralizer – Pasta and Salad

    Spiralizer – Pasta and Salad

              Have Guilt Free “Pasta’ and Salads That Turn Heads! Everyone knows vegetables are good for them and few of us get enough of them on a daily basis. But with a Starfrit Spiralizer, vegetables are not only easier to include but also fun to create both nutritious and aesthetic meals of every description. It’s an all-in-one art project/meal-maker! A Starfrit
    Read more
    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
    Read more
    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
    Read more
    What type of cutting board is right for you?

    What type of cutting board is right for you?

      A cutting board is a staple to have in your kitchen. When preparing any meal you will find yourself reaching for a cutting board to do the job and protect your counters. You can purchase a wood or polypropylene board to meet your needs. You may even want both in your kitchen!   Although contrary to popular opinion,
    Read more
    Hosting, It’s What You Do!

    Hosting, It’s What You Do!

    There are unfortunately no more excuses left to start your Christmas dinner planning... but not to worry, help is on the way! We have rounded a whole bunch of helpful tips for a smooth and painless Christmas dinner party. Not only will your guests be having a great time, so will you! Time is probably the most uncontrollable and crucial element in hosting. Therefore, every good host must leave time for last minute changes. Prepping everything you can in advance is the best way
    Read more
    Downsizing for Empty Nesters

    Downsizing for Empty Nesters

    Empty nesters often find that downsizing is appealing at this point in their lives. The kids are grown and no longer in the house, and the space that was once occupied is not needed anymore. It’s a whole new chapter that can be filled with uncertainty – but it is also a good time for change. The thought of starting over can be overwhelming, especially when you have to sift through every item in your house to decide what to keep, what to throw away, and what to pass on to your children. Th
    Read more