Name: 8 Person Red Classic Raclette Party Grill
Description: This Party Grill keeps the Swiss tradition of Raclette alive with 8 individual raclette dishes and heat-resistant spatulas. Variable heat control and a reversible grill/crepe top allow great flexibility.
Name: Quick Tap Entertainment Refrigerator
Description: Available in red or silver, this 17.6 cubic ft refrigerator boasts a beverage reservoir that dispenses up to 3 liters of your favorite party drinks — like punch — from a self-service dispenser.
Last week we asked you to show us just one improvement you made during this fall's Kitchen Cure. Well, we have some photos to show you of your fellow Cure-takers' success in getting their kitchens in shape — just in time for the holidays, too! Here's a peek at a few
If you took the Fall Kitchen Cure, read on. What would make our day is if you would complete a very short questionnaire. It will help us make future Cures even better.
Plus, if you complete the survey (and we have you on record as having signed up for the Cure) by next Wednesday, November 25th at 12pm (EST), you'll be entered in a draw for one of five copies of my cookbook, The Greyston Bakery Cookbook.
Yes, I know: during the Cure we encouraged you to pare down on the cookbooks, so just consider this an offering to those who love to bake, or want to give it as a gift this year.
Name: The Six Kitchen Essential Tools
Description: Six essential kitchen tools from Rosle. The set of stainless steel, German-engineered cooking tools includes a can opener, garlic press, swivel peeler, ice cream scoop, pizza cutter, and locking tongs.
Hello, Cure-takers! Have you finished out strong in this fall's Kitchen Cure? We bet that your kitchen is spick and span, and all ready for the holidays. We closed out the Kitchen Cure last week with a note of encouragement, but we're not quite finished with you yet. Did the Cure help your kitchen in big or small ways? Do you have a more organized cupboard, like turtalia's up there? Or did you make a big change, like this chalkboard wall?
Either way, we would love to see just one photo from you with one improvement you made to your kitchen during the Kitchen Cure. Read on to submit!
"I think I am done...a great cure!" (deliajude in the San Francisco Bay Area)
Well, Cure-takers, if you're not there yet, you're pretty close. You put four weeks of hard work in and, if all went according to plan, your kitchen is clean, healthy and organized. And that means you're ready to take on the holiday cooking blitz with your arsenal in tip-top shape.
There were over 2,400 of you on this journey together and you did amazing work.
How do you store your knives? Do you like to keep them out? Put them away in a drawer? One of the best things I did in the previous Kitchen Cure was to get my knives organized and properly stowed. Are you looking for a good solution for your knives? Read on for five ways you can store knives safely and happily.
A recurring theme during the Cure has been chaos in the spice drawer (or shelf or rack). Which photo above (all from Cure-takers) looks most like your spice collection? First, let's see how many of you are suffering. Then I'll show you a great solution invented by one of our readers.
Hands down, one of the best small-space solutions for kitchens is the addition of a butcher-block island. We have one in our kitchen, and with it, we have a giant space for chopping, rolling out dough, plating big meals, and eating (it's become our primary dining space) plus storage for appliances, large pots, and hanging space for our dishtowels. It's kind of like a miracle.