It doesn't take much effort to stand over a pot and "stir continuously", as called for in some recipes. It can be tedious, though, and once a chef stops stirring or leaves a pot unattended, the recipe is sure to ruin. Enter the automatic stirrer.
If you own kitchen knives, you better keep them honed. That's because a dull knife blade not only slows you down in the kitchen, but it can be more dangerous than its ready-to-cut counterpart, too. In this brief, 2-minute video, you'll learn how to use a knife steel to keep your kitchen cutlery in top form.
Like cookware, you often get what you pay for with respect to baking products and, at $35 from Amazon.com, the Baker's Edge Nonstick Brownie Edge Pan may be worth every penny.
If you've ever used a plastic Chip Clip and been miffed that your chips went stale anyway, you have to see the Banana Seal.