23 11, 2015

Best Baby Bottle Drying Rack for Most People

By |November 23rd, 2015|Categories: Baby Stuff, Kitchen, Recommendations|

Baby bottles are a necessity for almost any family with an infant. Whether you’re a full-time bottle user or only need them every once in a while, you’ll want a place to wash and dry bottles, cups, pumping parts, etc. We don’t have a lot of counter space, so I knew we would need something that was compact. The ones that look like grass and flowers are cute, but you can only get so many parts on that green surface. That's why I set out to find the best baby bottle drying rack. What factors did we [...]

22 05, 2015

Stackable Cooling Racks: A Great Space Saver

By |May 22nd, 2015|Categories: Kitchen, Recommendations|Tags: , , |

When I was in college, I had a full kitchen in my dorm. It allowed me to cook whole meals instead of the typical college diet of microwavable foods. It also meant I needed an entire set of kitchen items: pots, pans, baking sheets, and dishes. Since the freshman kitchens had limited counter space, I set out to find compact kitchen awesomeness. I knew I’d bake cookies frequently, so I needed cooling racks that would fit on our counters. Luckily, I found these stackable cooling racks. Stackable Coo [...]

30 04, 2015

Breakfast Sandwich Maker – Healthier, Tastier than Fast Food

By |April 30th, 2015|Categories: Kitchen, Recommendations|Tags: , , , , |

When it comes to breakfast at fast food restaurants, the options are pretty much all the same (as Taco Bell has recently pointed out). After spending countless dollars on these sandwiches, I grew tired of wasting money. I wanted to make breakfast sandwiches at home for cheaper than fast food restaurants; even cheaper than the frozen sandwiches at the grocery store. Who wants frozen sausage? Yuck. It turns out, there’s an appliance for that. The Hamilton Beach Breakfast Sandwich Maker The Hamilto [...]

7 03, 2015

Best Casserole Carrier for Potlucks

By |March 7th, 2015|Categories: Kitchen, Recommendations|Tags: , , , , , |

When I was growing up, we’d attend potlucks at least once a month. I loved it! It was like eating at a free buffet. Of course, the best part was the dessert table. My mouth waters just thinking of it! It was always fun to decide what to bring to the potluck and to see what deliciousness was waiting on those long tables. We knew some amazing cooks, so taking a small portion of each dish was the key to success. My best friend and I even brought divided plates so our foods didn't cross-contaminate. [...]

23 02, 2015

Best Cast Iron Skillet

By |February 23rd, 2015|Categories: Kitchen, Recommendations|Tags: , , , |

I am a man who loves to cook. I particularly love to cook beef. Burgers, steaks, and roasts -- if it was once happily chewing cud on a farm somewhere, I want it in my belly. If you’re reading this review, I suspect you’re familiar with several well-known aspects of cooking or ordering meat. For instance, we are all used to specifying temperature (rare, medium, or —gasp— well done), as well as the cut (rib eye, filet, strip, etc.). However, most people miss one crucial element to cooking. It is s [...]