Appliances & Cooking Tools
Appliances & Cooking Tools are necessary to have in your kitchen. The correct tool or appliance can turn a difficult task into an easy one. Learn about the difference between copper and stainless steel pots and pans, non-stick cookware and much more.
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You don't have to fry your food when you can get the same crispy results with hot air.
Is this workhorse of kitchen equipment missing from your arsenal? We'll tell you why you need one.
By Jeremy Glass
Small kitchen appliances such as blenders and food processors make cooking easier. The problem is, how do you decide which appliance is right, and how do you use it to create the perfect dish? These kitchen appliance tips will help you operate these gadgets.
This article has the answers to your parchment paper questions. Parchment paper can help you eliminate the need to grease baking pans, and makes for easy clean-up. Learn what parchment paper is, and how you can use it in baking and other cooking.
Self-cleaning ovens use a temperature cycle to burn off spills leftover from baking, without the use of any chemicals. Learn more about self-cleaning ovens and what to use it for.
Baking and broiling are completely different ways to cook food. When do you use which setting? We'll tell you.
There are a number of appliances, like rice cookers, that "know" when they should turn off. Learn how this technology works to help your appliances running smoothly.