It doesn't matter how big your kitchen is, there never seems to be enough free counter space. So why would you want to sacrifice a couple of square feet to a dish drying rack, when this compact roll-up alternative turns an open sink into a place for anything to drip dry?
Are you dishwasherless and trying to find a way to streamline meal cleanup without resorting to paper plates and disposable cutlery? If so, your search is over. This easy to use kitchen accessory from Jokari snaps over your sink's sprayer, adding a ring of stiff bristles letting you scrub and blast dirty dishes…
Silpat is so awesome. They have great non-stick liners for cookie sheets that make clean up a breeze. And finally Silpat is offering a silicon baking dish.
Perhaps you think all it takes to get your dishes clean is a little good old fashioned elbow grease, a sponge, and some dish soap. Perhaps you should think again.
My elaborate plan to take out years worth of repressed childhood dish washing memories on my own children some day has hit a Panasonic robot-sized snafu.
Ultrasonic cleaning techniques have been around in the jewelry circles for a while, but they haven't yet made it into our kitchens. Until now.
There's nothing I despise more than taking a sip of coffee and not having my day's list of appointments written an inch from my nose.
Time to focus, lots of dirty dishes to clean. Oooh look, a bubble! Wow, I can blow more bubbles? Yay! Bubble bubble bubble, bubble bubble bubble. I'm tired of blowing bubbles, let's do Jumping Jacks! Yay! Jumping Jacks stink, let's eat candy 'til we puke! Yay! So sick, so many dirty dishes, the best $5 I ever spent.…
You know those posters at the butcher shop that show you which cuts of meat come from which part of the steer? Well now you can have those illustrations right in front of you as you dine, with Food For Thought Plates, cheerfully inviting you to carefully consider where that juicy cut of red meat began its life that…