Ricers assist with making fluffy mashed potatoes and other pressed vegetables. They have the ability to make a creamier product than an ordinary masher without all of the drama, mess, or clean up of dragging out a food mill or a mixer. They also excel at removing water from product that you really don’t want it in such as hash browns and spinach for frittatas and quiches. Read more about this marvelous device now.
Are you ready to dip your toes in the age-old art of bread making? Not sure how to begin, or what to buy? Our guide to the top tools will provide everything you need, to ensure that you’re prepped and ready to go. From those staple necessities to the finer luxuries, we’ve got it covered. Read more on Foodal now!
Are you looking for the best pineapple corer? One that is easy to use and leaves no mess? Look no further, as Foodal has the perfect option for you. Not all tools are created equal. In this article we share some of the things to look for before purchasing, as well as the top contenders. Learn more now.
Regardless of your cooking ability, each and every kitchen must have a veggie peeler. However, not all of these are created equal and there are only a few on the market that are worth purchasing. A cheap one will do nothing beside frustrate you. Read our guide to assist you in selecting a quality model for your home or restaurant.
Are you looking for the best whisk for your kitchen? It’s a tool that no kitchen should be without, but there are so many options available. Which one should you buy? Look no further than Foodal’s list of the top models on the market, and discover the very best kitchen whisk for all of your cooking needs. Read more now.
Tired of wasting all that parchment paper when you bake? Frustrated by cookies that stick to the pan? Consider switching to a silicone mat. Not only is it reusable, it’s also a the preferred nonstick surface option in many professional and home kitchens. Read Foodal’s thorough review of the top choices, and get all the info you need!
Need some cheese, chocolate, vegetables, or even potatoes grated, sliced or julienned? Don’t feel like digging out the clunky mandoline or the even more chunkier food processor? And even worse… go the rigmarole of cleaning all of the nooks and crannies out of the device just for a few shavings of mozzarella? You need a box grater. A good one. Not a flimsy model from the ubiquitous purveyor of cheaply made goods that haunts most neighborhoods or towns (you know who I mean). Read on for more info.