Can I Still Eat That?

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Can I Still Eat That? We all find ourselves either in a pinch trying to run out the door, not feeling like going out, and just plain hungry. So we open the fridge and see that there’s that pizza you Read More

Is Your Kitchen Safe?

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Kitchenland cares about the safety of your family, home and personal belongings. Appliances make our lives easier, but also pose significant electrical and fire hazards if not used and maintained properly. Here’s a list of safety tips for some of Read More

Spice Substitutions When In a Pinch

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Has this ever happened to you?  You’re in the process of preparing dinner when you realize you don’t have a crucial spice for one of the dishes.  Don’t despair! This chart of spice substitutions can help you get by “in Read More

6 Dipping Delights for Your Next Party

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Dips are an absolute essential at any picnic, dinner party or family movie night.  Fun to make and even more fun to munch! shares these dipping delights for your next get-together. Spinach-Artichoke Dip  1 10-ounce box frozen cut or Read More

Keep Your Backyard Bistro Safe

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Spring is the perfect time of year to start firing up the grill for family and friends. Opening up your “Backyard Bistro” to others is a great way to entertain, but only if you make it a safe establishment to Read More

The Hidden Hazards of Microwave Ovens

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What would we ever do without microwave ovens? These convenient cookers have become such an integral part of our daily lives, which makes it easy to overlook the risks. If not properly maintained or used, they can be just as Read More

Kids in the Kitchen

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Teaching your child to cook is a wonderful way to help them develop important life skills and expand their interests. It also provides a great opportunity for some enjoyable time spent together as a family!  However, this recipe for family Read More

Spice Up Your Kitchen!

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Whether stored in a drawer, cabinet or convenient Lazy Susan, spices and herbs are key ingredients to every kitchen. In most cases, they serve as a necessary component to a meal. Other times,  by adding a pinch here or a Read More

How to Cut a Cry-Free Onion

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There are many things that make us cry in the kitchen.  Fallen soufflés, broken eggs or an overly roasted roast are just a few kitchen catastrophes which come to mind. Despite the sagest advice, even spilt milk continues to cause Read More

The Safe Way To Slice And Dice

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When you think of accidents that occur in the kitchen, what most readily comes to mind? It may not surprise you to learn that injuries sustained by kitchen knives are at the top of the list. However, what may be Read More