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Best Dishwasher-Safe Knife Set: Easy-To-Clean Knife Blocks With Great Quality

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in Cutlery

All of us have a bit of a lazy streak. There’s no getting around that. When it comes to cookware and kitchen tools, however, this can be a bad thing. Most high-quality pots, pans, and knives don’t go in the dishwasher. This means if you’re feeling lazy after making dinner and don’t want to clean things up immediately, you’re out of luck.

The Best Japanese Cast Iron Teapot: Fine Nanbu Tetsubins For Your Tea

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in Bar Tools & Glasses, drink

Tea is different all around the world. The plant is the same, of course: all tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, but the method of preparation and the equipment used varies by quite a bit. The strong black tea with milk that the English drink is incredibly different from the sweet iced tea of the southern United States or the delicate green tea that’s enjoyed in Japan.

How to season a pizza stone like a pro

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Are you a “pizzaholic” who loves a homemade, perfectly-baked pizza? Then it is time to go to the next level and start preparing it yourself. Apart from best quality ingredients, you will also need a pizza stone which will help you obtain the crunchy crust you absolutely love. It is not enough to just buy it if you do not know how to use it properly.

Best BBQ Pellets – The Best Pellets For Making Your Meat Taste Better

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in BBQ & Outdoor

 
You’ve taken the dive and picked up a smoker. Whether you’ve got a standalone smoker, a grill with a smoker attachment, or a contraption you’ve built for yourself in your own backyard, you’ll need plenty of wood to use your smoker. These days, wood is added to smokers in the form of pellets. These small chips increase the surface area of the wood to facilitate better burning while also making transport easy.