Definitely not a brand-name cook here, I buy cheap because that's what I can afford. My frying pans are all from iKea. And I love them. They have a nice weight and have lasted for several years and still going strong. I've also got a HUGE pasta pot that I found in a speckled blue pattern, very cowboy-esque, at a yard sale and again I love it. Super cheap but I've used it since college. Price isn't everything.
My Uncool Kitchen Tool: A Not-As-Good-As-Le-Creuset Dutch Oven
|3/3/13 8:01 PM|
I'm with Ozzy Osbourne on this one... what's a Bieber?
Beauty And A Beat - Justin Bieber, ft. Nicki Minaj
|1/1/13 11:17 AM|
I agree with Hanhosh... you should keep the eggs in the same condition you bought them in. If they were in the refrigerated section then I'd suggest keeping them refrigerated but if you got them off a shelf, whether at a shop in the UK or at a farmer's market, then they are fine on the shelf. I used to live on a farm and we kept our eggs in a big old glass jar on the counter after a quick rinse to get the ickies off.
Is Refrigerating Eggs Necessary?
|9/7/12 5:50 PM|
Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup. The one in that white and red can. Usually I make my own or stick to the healthier, less salty, Progressive version. But whenever I'm down or not feeling well, that's what I want. Glad I'm not the only one with the kiddy-cravings every once in a while.
The Allure and Comfort of Tastes from Childhood: What Do You Still Crave?
|8/6/12 5:46 PM|