Looking for the best thermometer for summer grilling? Simply Recipes named our Instant-Read Food Thermometer as a must-have for perfectly cooked grilled meats every time! "This water-resistant tool unfolds, so that the probe can monitor the meat inside your grill."
Real Simple recently included our Cherry & Olive Pitter in it's round up for items that will make preparing your favorite foods easier and more sustainable! "Pit cherries in a flash with this handy little kitchen tool, sans the mess. This pitter can do four cherries at once—perfect for making pies—has a tray to catch the pits and juice below, and is dishwasher safe. Use it to prep olives for a charcuterie board too."
Searching for the right gift for the person who has everything? Taste of Home suggests our Ceramic Egg Cooker! "Give the gift of a fast, cheap, healthy breakfast every day with this ceramic egg cooker. Simply crack four eggs, shake them up, and microwave them to get perfect scrambled eggs with none of the mess, prep or cleanup. Bonus: It works with instant oatmeal, too."
Our Stainless Steel Fish Spatula was recently included in a roundup of best spatulas. "This "fish spatula" works for so much more than fish. It was our favorite pick for both the grill and any cast iron cookware or stainless steel pans. The long handle keeps our hands far enough from the heat." Editors note that our metal spatula is delicate enough for fish but can also stand up to something heartier. Did we mention it's dishwasher safe, too?
"Sixty-five percent of Americans say they are spending more time in their kitchens than in years past, according to new research. The findings are part of a new nationwide Kitchen Confidence study from Pampered Chef and demonstrates how Americans are seeking better mealtime solutions and cooking alternatives when they are in a pinch." Read more here.
"A recent Pampered Chef Kitchen Confidence Index looked at Americans’ habits in the kitchen, how much time they invested in the cooking process and their feelings toward meal preparation and cleanup. While the study revealed that 65% of Americans report spending more time in the kitchen than in previous years, it also showed that their feelings of overwhelm increase at least once or twice a week because of their responsibilities and burdens."