Here is the biggest news to come out of the Home + Housewares show this year: Dansk Kobenstyle cookware is coming back! It won't just be a vintage find anymore — this classic line of cookware is coming back into production in most of its gorgeous colors.
Have you ever wanted a cast iron skillet shaped just like your home state? What? You didn't know that was a possibility? Indeed it is, thanks to Alisa Toninato, an artist in Madison, Wisconsin. She has created the entire contiguous United States out of cast iron skillets!
Q: I'm trying to find a large (approx 25" x 20") butcher block/cutting board for the countertop of my new apartment. But I haven't seen many close to that size and the ones I have seen are WAY out of my price range.
What better time of year than Valentine's Day to get a little whimsical in your kitchen? Make heart-shaped pancakes, decorate with tea bag tags, prettify your milk with frozen hearts, or add some lovin' to your cooking with one of these heart-shaped kitchen products:
I'm not quite sure what's happening to me but it seems that some how color is slowly but surely making an appearance in my home (gasp!). Maybe it was my recent trip to the Rose Bowl Flea Market that got me loving color again — who knows, but I love it!
I'm certainly not quiet about my love for white kitchens and that includes the items in my cabinets too. I've been dreaming of purchasing a cast iron Dutch oven for quite some time and obviously, it's going to be white.
Q: I've only been living on my own for a few months, but the kitchen is quickly becoming my favorite place to be. As I slowly add to my ever-growing array of cooking equipment, it's becoming evident that one of my next purchases should be a cast iron skillet — but what size is a good bet for a first timer?
I live on my own, so I'm generally cooking just for me. I think I'll be using it for oven-cooked steaks, bacon and eggs, and I'd love to try to bake in it. What do you think?
Dutch ovens are among my very favorite kitchen tools, and this sleek yet classic cocotte is a really gorgeous example of a pot that can go from the fridge to the stove to the oven to the table. It's expensive, yes, but it will replace five lesser pots.