In the past few years, the Instant Pot has exploded from a cult favorite into a cultural phenomenon. If you’re reading this, you might be one of the future converts…or you might still be skeptical. After all, appliances that generate this much buzz usually fall out of popularity rather quickly. […]
While shopping for a new toaster, you’re likely guided by just a few key criteria: price, quality, and number of slots. There are endless toaster options on the market, so we took on the task of searching for a handful of the best to help you narrow your search. Our […]
CES is the yearly international Consumer Electronics Show that over 170,000 attendees and over 4,000 exhibitors flock to each year in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year, CES ran from January 9-12 and we had a chance to go check it out.
Do you set New Year’s resolutions each year? I tend to think of them as “goals” rather than resolutions – that way I can make a list of things I’d like to tackle. For me, “goals” feels more inspiring and intentional than “resolutions.” Whether you are the type to set […]
When we started The Kitchen Witches, I knew immediately that we would be focusing on all things kitchen – minus the recipes. There are SO MANY excellent food blogs on the internet already, and I do probably 75% of my cooking from recipes I’ve found on my favorite sites (and […]
Kitchen gadgets are appealing to a lot of cooks, but they can quickly take over drawer and cabinet space if you’re not careful. If you’re going to add any gadgets to your kitchen, you should be sure it’s something you’ll actually use, and something that will actually make food prep […]
Whether you’re hooked on zoodles (that’s zucchini noodles for the uninitiated) or on a quest to eat healthier, a spiralizer makes an excellent addition to your kitchen. A spiralizer is a gadget or attachment that turns vegetables into noodle shaped slices, making it simple to substitute veggies for carb-heavy pasta […]
Sandwich and Panini Makers are machines to diversify your lunch (or any meal) experience. A panini, for those that don’t know, is a hot pressed sandwiched. Some presses have interchangeable parts to work with waffles, pancakes, and burgers to name a few foods.
Griddles are appliances that speed up and simplify the process of cooking small foods. Think of a griddle as a very large, rectangular pan without the cooking oil. Some can be electric while others are better for sticking over campfires.
From trucks to carts to freezers in supermarkets, you can get ice cream pretty much anywhere. However, the old-fashioned ways of actually making ice cream from scratch still exist in the average person’s home.