Kitchen

Take an extra 20% off kitchen essentials for Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day!

If your mom loves cooking up a storm, what better gift to get her for Mother’s Day than a new kitchen gadget (or two)?

The big day for moms is coming up on Sunday, May 9, so get prepared with 20% off, sitewide, when you use the coupon code WELOVEMOM at checkout.

Instant pot

Cook a whole range of meals in half the usual time using pressure-cooking technology. The Yedi pressure cooker made Oprah’s list of favorite things in 2019.

dish

Cook a range of your favorite dishes even easier with this induction cooking tool. It has settings for easy

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10 best sustainable kitchen products for a more eco-friendly home

<p>We recommend plant-based pans, silicone serving cases and more simple switches</p> (iStock/The Independent)

We recommend plant-based pans, silicone serving cases and more simple switches

(iStock/The Independent)

After spending more than a year indoors, it’s only natural that many of us would reassess our living situation. For some people that’s meant buying new digs altogether, while for others it’s been more about smaller, but no less significant, changes.

We’re of course referring to those switches we can all make to be more friendly to the environment. We’ve all witnessed our energy, electricity and heating bills go sky high as a result of being stuck inside. Now we want to know what we

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This Maligned ’90s Kitchen Tool Deserves a Second Chance

Does an olive oil spray mister bring to mind images of dry, under-seasoned food for you? Boneless, skinless chicken breasts, without that luscious and much-needed slick of oil, or eggs cooked in a pan only just touched by flavor-building fat?

The olive oil mister has a terrible reputation, and that makes sense. Long marketed as a tool of the low fat diet movement to get the puniest bit of oil onto your cooking, it’s been more or less shunned in recent years. But don’t totally discount the mister: That fine spray it emits has a place in cooking (just not

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Chicken wing truck Randle’s Kitchen returns to Sioux Fall after hiatus

It’s been three years since Randle’s Kitchen was serving up food streetside in Sioux Falls.

But the Sioux Falls food truck best known for its chicken wings is returning this summer, with a mother-daughter duo leading the charge.

“I’m super excited to return,” said Shona Randle, co-founder of Randle’s Kitchen. “We’re going to have the same great food.”

Shona is joined this year by her 19-year-old daughter Jordan Randle.

Randle’s Kitchen opened in 2013 and served “home cooking on the go.” The truck was well known for its patty melts, walking tacos and their fan favorite “Big Dave’s Wings,” which

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Best kitchen scale of 2021

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Cooking and baking has become something of a comfort over the past year. As you look for solace in the kitchen, one thing that can cut down on frustration: a good, quality kitchen scale.

Whether helping you better portion out meals during your weekly food prep (you may be surprised as we were by how much a chicken breast weighs) or attempting to perfect your dough bake after bake, a kitchen scale is essential. Sure, you can measure out cups of flour and sugar, but measuring to the exact gram with a scale ensures you’re not

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Cooking With Clara’s Cookbook Brings Italy to Your Kitchen

Cooking with Clara

Mangia! Cooking With Clara: Recipes of a Lifetime brings Italy to your kitchen — no passport required.

The cookbook, which comes from Chicago restaurateur Clara Lizio Melchiorre, gives every food lover the chance to be transported to the heart of Italy, through its traditional recipes.

“I really want this collection to be more of a storybook with recipes,” Melchiorre said in the book via Closer. “A blend of the values my brothers and I grew up with, a special heritage instilled in us by our parents.”

Melchiorre opened her namesake restaurant in Chicago more than 30 years ago

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