Friday, 22 September 2017

How to Clean Your Induction Cooktop

If you’re looking for tips on how to clean your induction cooktop, then you’ve come to the right place.  Since we’ve covered a lot of questions in our Induction Cooktop FAQ, but we really want to go more in-depth about how to take care of these wonderful cooking tools! With traditional cooktops you would need to clean the surrounding surface, burner coils, the spill pan beneath them and then underneath that! Otherwise you start to end up with some pretty funky smells while you’re cooking other things if you’re not diligent. Quick and simple maintenance is all that’s needed to

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Friday, 24 March 2017

A Decadent Chocolate Cake in a Skillet

Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 40 minutes Cool: 20-25 Minutes Ready In: 120-125 minutes Servings: Depends on how greedy you want to be 😉 Mouth watering, decadent chocolate cake, oh my! Even writing out this recipe has my mouth watering for the insanely decadent cake! I try not to make it to often as both my family and I are likely to skip dinner and gorge on this amazing dessert. I can’t stress enough how dangerously delicious this thing is. Trying to decide what a proper portion size is with this cake is quite difficult as the lines get blurred once you start cutting into it.

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Nutella Buttercream Frosting – So Good It’s Dangerous!

Prep: 7 minutes Cook: N/A Ready In: 7 minutes Servings: Depends on whether you put this on your Decadent Chocolate Cake in a Skillet, cupcakes or eat it straight out of the bowl 😉 This Nutella Buttercream Frosting is not for the faint of heart! Seriously, this stuff is so addictive on it’s own that it may never make it onto anything once you taste test it, as it takes someone with strong willpower to not just eat through the bowl. Or a family with spoons in hand just scooping through it. Do yourself a favor, don’t count calories on this little endeavor. As far

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A Zesty TexMex Chicken Skillet Dinner

Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 15 minutes Ready In: 30 minutes Servings: 6 Zesty TexMex Chicken is great on it’s own or used as a filling! I love spicy food and especially TexMex (if you couldn’t already tell from our chicken chimichangas), and this recipe is no exception. It’s so delicious on it’s own, rolled into burrito’s or dropped in a taco shell. This one’s always a hit around my house. Does is have to be chicken!? Of course not! Swap it out for ground meat, cut up steak, shredded pork, ground turkey or just extra vegetables for those of you who just want to

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Berries and Dumplings – An Old Fashioned Dessert

Prep: 5 minutes Cook: 35 minutes Ready In: 40 minutes Servings: 4 Berries and Dumplings is an old fashioned dessert that needs to make a comeback! Do you remember when you were a kid and after a family meal mom or dad would throw together a quick and delicious dessert that just locked that memory in place? Or a special meal with your grandparents and them sneaking you that delicious treat before sending you back to your parents? Make it again with your kids or with your friends, make some new old fashioned memories. I promise it’ll make you a hit and will be asked for

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Monday, 13 March 2017

What are the Best Induction Cooktops?

You have to be very careful when you think of questions to ask when you go out shopping. Depending on the question you ask, you might end up with the wrong products. One of the worst ways to shop for anything is simply to look for “the best.” That is like trying to write on water. I hope you can see how frustrating that would be. You see, when you say that you are looking for “the best” product you are basically looking for something that is very subjective. What is the best for somebody else might not make a

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What should You Consider in Finding the Best Induction Cookware?

Looking for a high-quality induction cookware is not as easy as you think. You have to understand that a lot of salespeople would say that you have found “the best” package on the market. Well, they are more than entitled to puff up their offerings. That is, after all, the job of a salesperson. Their job is to sell. Your job, however, is to make sure you make an informed decision. The needs of the salesperson might be very different from your needs. That person is just trying to make a sale. Your need is to maximize the amount of

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