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11 Tips to Clean, Disinfect and Organize your Hygienic kitchen sink

Posted by on Jun 12, 2020 in Kitchen cleaning supplies | Comments Off on 11 Tips to Clean, Disinfect and Organize your Hygienic kitchen sink

Kitchen is the heart of the house and the sink is the heart of the kitchen. The way the heart cleans the blood and supplies the whole body. Likewise, the sink cleans the dishes, pans, fruits, vegetables, raw meat, dirty clothes and sponges, dusty pots and stained appliances. If you don’t take care of the kitchen sink it would be more stinky, and filthy than a toilet seat. Lime, hard water stains make the sink look older and dirty. Bacteria, hair, food leftover may clog the sink drain. Wet sponges and cleaning tools may build up bacteria, mold and fungus. If you intend to use chemical or acid disinfectant to clean the kitchen sink then let me tell you that it is a kitchen not a toilet. You keep food related stuff here. Any chemical is hazardous for your...

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What You’re Likely to Find on the Chef’s Restaurant Menu

Posted by on Sep 14, 2015 in Kitchen General | Comments Off on What You’re Likely to Find on the Chef’s Restaurant Menu

Celebrity chef restaurants are exciting places. Their menus are filled with all types of weird and wonderful creations, each one unique and profoundly delicious. The chef’s restaurant menu really is something to marvel at. No matter where in the world the restaurant is situated, it will offer all kinds of tasty dishes to those lucky enough to get a table there. Here are some of the most popular from around the world. Sushi Roll, TYO This chef restaurant (Tel Aviv) is famous for its Japanese cuisine. With food cooked by a cooking genius, the restaurant is able to offer up Asian food that will set your heart ablaze. One of the most popular dishes at the restaurant is the sushi roll. This universally popular dish featuring fish, rice and seaweed is enough to put a smile on anybody’s face,...

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Interesting Facts about Real Tea

Posted by on Aug 18, 2015 in Kitchen Supplies | Comments Off on Interesting Facts about Real Tea

Real tea is a beverage that people take every day. Many consider it a boring beverage because it has been there since they can remember. What people do not know is that the beverage has some very exciting facts. It probably has more facts than the world or any other product you believe has numerous facts. Some of these facts include: o There are about one thousand five hundred types of tea in existence world over. o Britain is the second largest consumer of the beverage since they drink about 165 million cups daily. o Ireland is the largest consumer of tea in the world. o Sir Lanka and China is the world’s largest producers of tea. o At least 85% of the tea that is consumed in the United States is iced tea considering they consume about 1.42...

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5 Myths about Cooking Pasta you Should Forget

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Kitchen General | Comments Off on 5 Myths about Cooking Pasta you Should Forget

If you are determined to say that you are something of an expert when it comes to cooking pasta, think again. A lot of people think that they make pasta quite well, and that preparing this type of meal is among the easiest things to do. However, all that is simply because those people don’t really know how to do it and they are not as skillful as they think they are. Here are the five myths about cooking pasta that will be proven wrong. Check them out and see which of these mistakes you have been making, as well. Amount of Water Everybody is pretty much inclined to put the pasta in the small amount of water, thinking that it is the best way for the water to boil so that your pasta is done more quickly. However,...

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Cooking tamales without corn husks?

Posted by on May 7, 2015 in Kitchen Appliances | Comments Off on Cooking tamales without corn husks?

Are you a busy working professional who comes home exhausted after a long day at the office? Or are you a full-time parent who has no time to cook after taking care of the kids all day long? Are you tired of heating up frozen food for you and your family to dine on? Do you wish you could prepare authentic tasting ethnic dishes for your family but lack the necessary time to cook these delicacies? Wait no longer! You can have homemade, fresh tamales in less than one hour! Introducing the first ever, one-of-a-kind, Nohusktamalemaker. The Nohusktamalemakeris a revolutionary new steam-ware product that consists of FDA approved food grade silicone rubber trays with corresponding lids. You just put your homemade or store-bought masa dough and any fillings you want (like meat, cheese, fruit) in these trays, then simply...

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