Stuffing is very important when it comes to cooking a Thanksgiving turkey and it doesn't have to get too complicated. Today, we want to share a very easy stuffing recipe with you. It is perfect for beginners but professionals will find it equally delicious. But before we get into it, you need to know that the trick to a good classic stuffing from scratch is making sure your bread is really dry before you add broth. If you buy your bread a few days early, tear it or cut it into cubes and dry them in a bowl for a few days on your counter.
There are a lot of unique and bizarre-looking knife blades around the world but only a few are actually practical for everyday kitchen use. Now we are going to list our favourite shapes that work for the kitchen the best...
It’s that time of the year again when everyone is on a hunt for the best pumpkins and costumes for their Haloween parties. Although people get excited and buy their pumpkins as soon as October starts, waiting is probably the right thing to do and here is why: Most pumpkins will be rotten beyond recovery after a week and a half to two weeks. With this in mind, buy your pumpkin about a week or less before Halloween and buy it from a pumpkin patch if possible.
Halloween is just around the corner and it is time for us to learn the fun skill that is pumpkin carving.
No matter how sharp and sturdy a steel blade is, it's a fragile piece of equipment that can be damaged with the slightest mistreatment. To help you not let your best knives go dull, we’ve listed here the most common mistakes people make with their steel knives and why you should avoid making them yourself.
Labor Day is just around the corner as well as summer, which means everyone’s favorite time to camp is near too. When it comes to packing your backpack for your next camping trip, don’t forget about essential kitchen gear such as camping knives. Now, the choice of a knife depends on the type of camping you’re planning to do. Is it “glamping” in a well-prepared campsite? Or is it a 2-week long Patagonian expedition?
We all know that Labor Day is the unofficial end of Summer. That’s why we love going all out for this celebration and make it a memorable one. No one wants to cook indoors when it’s our last chance to enjoy a big cookout with the family. But before you fire up the grill, you need to get some new recipes for the menu because why not? Here are some Labor Day recipes that will inspire you to cook something special this year.