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3 Tests You Can Use to Check Whether Your Kitchen Knives Need Sharpening

Whether you’re a professional chef or simply a driven amateur, you’ll want to make sure your kitchen knives remain sharp. If you let them get dull, you can bid farewell to precision cuts and say hello to hand strain. Of course, it can be surprisingly hard to

How to Buy the Perfect Halogen Oven

Are you sick of having to turn your whole oven on just to cook a meal for yourself or your partner?  If so, a halogen oven may be a worthwhile investment.  Halogen ovens can cook food much more quickly than a conventional oven, and they are also

3 Not-So-Popular Kitchen Products You Should Consider

Thanks to the many cooking gadgets available these days, one can make a masterpiece out of a simple dish. The market now has to offer a plethora of devices that can make your life a lot easier. If you’ve been trying to get your hands on an

3 Reasons Every Kitchen Should Have a Jar Opener

A jar opener is one of those things you’ll probably view as an unnecessary luxury. It’s easy to see why – most jars can be opened right away, and even the most obstinate ones usually give up the goods eventually. However, there are still three very good

5 Great Reasons to Serve Your Meals on Wooden Boards

You’ve probably noticed that more and more restaurants and catering companies are providing their meals on wooden boards instead of using traditional plates. It’s a move that some people dismiss as nothing more than a trend, but the fact is that using wooden boards comes with quite

5 Ways That Educating Children In Cookery Can Help Their Development

We all want to make sure that our children learn as much as they can, most of this is focused on their academic needs. However, learning should never be limited to what they can find out at school. In fact, as parents it is down to us

Aluminium vs. Stainless Steel Pressure Cookers

It isn’t hard to see why more and more people are using pressure cookers. Able to cook up meals quickly and evenly without burning away vitamins, minerals, or flavors, they’re perfect for a generation growing increasingly savvy about the ins and outs of great-tasting food. But some

My Advice for You Before Opening Your Own Restaurant

Today I want to talk more specifically to you who want to open a restaurant. We all know that restoration, especially “fast”, is a fairly lucrative activity and more and more people are eating out of home. This is the trend! So we say to ourselves: “If