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Best Kitchen Shears (Part III)

Best Kitchen Shears (Part III)

  KitchenAid Classic Shears w/Soft Grip These KitchenAid Shears with soft grip handles will be one of the most prized tools in your kitchen. You will find yourself using them for numerous short cuts and everyday jobs. Heavy-duty shears have a sharp stainless-steel blade and soft comfort grip handle. They are dishwasher safe and they are around 8-3/4 inch long. Prime Kitchen SolutionsKitchen Shears Regardless if you regularly cook poultry or chicken, chop up herbs, or desire some versatility with…

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Best Kitchen Shears (Part II)

Best Kitchen Shears (Part II)

Kai Kitchen Scissors Kai’s kitchen shears are a quality pair with a little design. While they don’t have the bonus features of some of the others, they still are at the top of the list. It’s a good pair of shears with big, comfortable, and sturdy handles and sharp blades that made rapid work of any challenges. Also, it works well in right and left hands, making it an excellent pair of scissors for just about any scissors-needed task. Wusthof…

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Best Kitchen Shears (Part I)

Best Kitchen Shears (Part I)

A great pair of kitchen shears is one of those tools that seems to get used for a huge number of purposes and should be included in any standard kitchen setup. An amazingly useful tool, they’re a bit like the Swiss Army knife of the kitchen. People like to use them to open plastic food packaging, or they end up doing other routine household duties more frequently than not. Did You Know: Food shears are frequently used in many eating spaces…

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Top Camping Stoves (Part II)

Top Camping Stoves (Part II)

Easiest to Clean Up (And Most Elegant) Primus Tupike Stove Primus’ Tupike stove is lightweight, compact, and well crafted. The cleverly made handle makes it easy to carry and pack. Also, it’s a good stove to cook on, due to its stainless-steel construction and simplicity of cleaning. With just 7,000 BTUs, it’s not the quickest at boiling water, but for low-heat cooking, it’s the best. Additionally, it does well in the wind, but the screens do at times flap around…

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Top Camping Stoves (Part I)

Top Camping Stoves (Part I)

Camping may mean roughing it, at least a little. However, you don’t have to live on beans and biscuits. You can purchase camping stoves that may be nicer than the stove in the standard American apartment, though the wealth of choices available might overwhelm you.  There’s something for every budget and use in this list, regardless if you want a compact way to cook up eggs and bacon for two or need something vastly powerful to boil a cauldron of…

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Essentials Kitchen Tools Needed for Healthy Cooking

Essentials Kitchen Tools Needed for Healthy Cooking

It’s time to put an end to using cookbooks as coasters and instead use them for their true purpose and this means new kitchen tools are in order. Regardless if you want a kitchen remodel or living and cooking for yourself for the very first time, here are the essential kitchen tools you need to dine, wine, and entertain like a professional. Chef’s Knife One of the most multipurpose knives, a chef’s knife lets you to slice, mince, and chop…

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Do I Really Need a Meat Thermometer?

Do I Really Need a Meat Thermometer?

It probably looks petty, but in recipes asking for specific internal cooking temps, a meat thermometer makes all the difference between an overcooked dish and one perfectly cooked. You may even discover that once you get in the hang of using a cooking thermometer, you’ll come to depend on it in recipes that don’t ask for it. THERMOMETERS FOR FOOD SAFETY Research shows that every year over 45 million folks are hospitalized and more than 2,500 die due to foodborne…

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Which is Better? A 420HC Stainless Steel Blade or a 440C Stainless Steel Blade?

Which is Better? A 420HC Stainless Steel Blade or a 440C Stainless Steel Blade?

What is a 420HC Stainless Steel? 420HC stainless steel has a higher carbon intake than the 420. The “HC” in 420HC refers for high carbon and can be made to a greater hardness than the 420. Given that it can be sharpen to a quite accurate cutting edging and doesn’t easily rust, 420HC stainless steel is the desired grade in the knife making industry for scissors, knife blades, cutlery, and surgical tools. Not like other grades in the 400 series,…

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Best Skinning Knife

Best Skinning Knife

Normally used by butchers and deer hunters, a skinning knife has a curved tip and sweeping handle that can effortlessly separate the meat from the skin without destroying the muscle or inadvertently slicing away too much meat. Usually, skinning knives come with surgical steel or stainless steel blades, which are known for keeping a sharp edge. Though, because of the hardness of these blade materials, it can be hard to re-sharpen the blades if you can’t get to a knife…

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