Beka's Clean Cooking frying pan is a good choice for giving "a better frying pan" as a Mother's Day gift, according to Super Chef. The pan features a see-through glass lid with vents that let steam out along with a curved rim to help minimize splatters, as well as a detachable handle.
City officials in Merriam, Kansas have given their unanimous approval to a plan by international retailing giant Ikea to build a store in the Kansas City suburb. Construction on the 350,000-square-foot outlet is slated to begin during the summer 2013.
Culinary tools that can be put to use in the kitchen for years make good holiday gift giving choices. Chef knives, cutting boards, steel pans and immersion blenders are gift choices that recipients can put to frequent use.
At a time when consumers are faced with the choice of a dizzying array of kitchen gadgets for everything from slicing green beans to making ice cream, chefs and other foodies name the tools they can't live without. A spatula, whisk, set of knives, kitchen radio and a good non-stick frying pan make the cut.
With the holidays over and many kitchen gadgets on sale, chefs and restaurants owners in Maine suggest what to buy. Paul Landry, head chef and co-owner of Fish Bones American Grill, likes a 6-quart mixer, while Lisa Chouinard, who owns The Italian Bakery with her husband, Tim, says a sharp bread knife is indispensable.