Food Prep

What to Consider when Buying a Cooktop

What to Consider when Buying a Cooktop

Whether you are replacing a cooktop or adding one to your next kitchen design, there are a lot of things to consider when looking for the perfect fit for your kitchen. Dimensions Kitchen cooktops come in three standard sizes - 24, 30, and 36 inches - and you have to...

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Our 10 Best Cooking Tips

Our 10 Best Cooking Tips

We know there are a lot of tips out there for being a better cook. You have a few that you live by, that perhaps were passed down from your mother or grandmother. We asked around our team to collect some favorite cooking tips and wanted to share them with you. 1. Take...

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Getting the Most Out of Your Air Fryer

Getting the Most Out of Your Air Fryer

The air fry feature in your Frigidaire range is a great way to make a healthier version of the foods you would normally deep fry. Here’s what you need to know to get the most out of your air fryer.

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The Holidays Are Coming…Are Your Appliances Ready?

The Holidays Are Coming…Are Your Appliances Ready?

The weather is soon changing, and you are making plans. You know who’s invited, and you know the date. But do you know if your appliances are ready? Before your guests arrive, we have a simple checklist for your kitchen appliances. Now is a great time to go through it...

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Prolong the Life of Your Appliances

Prolong the Life of Your Appliances

It’s no secret that maintaining your appliances is necessary to prolong their life and keep them in good working condition. The start of a new year is a great time to take care of some of these maintenance needs. After all, your appliances have recently been through...

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Three Tips to Get the Most from your Cookware

Three Tips to Get the Most from your Cookware

Purchasing the right cookware, and caring for it properly, is often not as top of mind as grocery shopping or updating your kitchen décor. While plates, bowls, and mugs often double as décor or statement pieces, cookware is often much more utilitarian, and pots and...

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Know Before You Upgrade

Know Before You Upgrade

Knowledge is everything when making major purchases. Conscientious homeowners want value and performance plus the extras that turn chores in the kitchen into enjoyable experiences. To help you get the jump on your research before your kitchen upgrade, here are a few...

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Getting Ready for the Holidays Before They “Get” You

Getting Ready for the Holidays Before They “Get” You

The holidays are right around the corner and chances are that you are already starting to think ahead. If you are hosting people at your home, we have some tips that will help make sure that your time is just as enjoyable for you, the host, as it is for your guests....

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Set Your Cooking on Fire…In a Good Way

Set Your Cooking on Fire…In a Good Way

If you are looking to take your cooking to the next level by adding some new techniques to your repertoire, consider adding some fire by purchasing a blowtorch to add a heat element to your menu. It’s guaranteed to impress your guests and add a special flare to your...

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The Simplest Home Maintenance Checklist Ever

The Simplest Home Maintenance Checklist Ever

Taking care of a home feels like a big job. But we have broken down the list into small segments so that you can know what to do each season. Once a year Flush hot water heaterReview renters or homeowner's insurance and photograph any new items before it's time to...

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Cleaning Tips for Your Stovetop and Oven

Cleaning Tips for Your Stovetop and Oven

It’s important to clean your stovetop and oven to keep them looking beautiful. Messy spills should be cleaned quickly, so they don’t dry and stain finishes like stainless steel. A gas cooktop won’t perform as well if it has caked on grime on it. The same is true for...

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Get Your Oven Cooking Evenly Again

Get Your Oven Cooking Evenly Again

Have you noticed that your convection oven doesn’t cook foods as evenly as it once did? This can be frustrating when you pull out a loaf of freshly baked sourdough bread or some blueberry muffins and they look perfectly cooked on the outside but are still doughy on...

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