How to Choose Space-Saving Cookware

One of the most common problems of a small kitchen is limited storage space for your cookware. Pots and pans can be difficult to store as they require a lot of space in a kitchen cabinet — but it is possible with some creative design ideas. These can resolve the storage problem and make your … Read more

Storing Your Bread for Maximum Freshness

The shelf life of most loaves of bread is rather short. Upon storage, bread loses desirable texture and taste and get moldy within a couple of days. Bread tends to mold at room temperature, especially in a warm and high humidity environment.  A loaf of bread purchased at a supermarket is saturated with preservatives, which serve … Read more

Safe Storage for Your Kitchen Knives

To keep you knifes handy and in good condition, you need to organize and store them properly. Having your knives thrown into a drawer with other metallic items can dull and damage the blades over time. It is also not easy to find the knife you want and you are at the risk of cutting … Read more

Convenient Storage of Your Cooking Utensils

A cooking utensil holder is an essential piece for any kitchen. It adds functionality to your kitchen more than any other tool or gadget. Kitchen with unorganized cooking utensils can look messy and you may spend a lot of your precious time trying to find the tool you need. Using utensil holders helps organize and … Read more

Choosing the Best Glass Food Storage Container

As a food packaging material, glass offers many benefits; The glass is rated “GRAS ”by FDA, meaning that it is “generally recognized as safe” substance when used as a packaging material for holding food and drinks. Glass containers are a safe and healthy choice for food storage because glass is a chemically inert material, so … Read more

Glass vs. Plastic Food Storage Containers

Storing your food properly is one of the best ways to protect yourselves and your family from food poisoning. If food is not properly stored and chilled, the harmful bacteria in it can grow rapidly leading to food spoilage and possible illness. To help stop bacteria from growing, refrigerate or freeze leftovers as quickly as … Read more