The KitchenAid KHM920A 9-Speed Hand-Mixer: Power in Your Palm

KitchenAid 9 Speed 920 Blender Review | Foodal.com

Need powerful mixer but aren’t ready for a bigger version to take up counter space? Consider this awesome model from KitchenAid. Nine speeds allow you to fine tune your mixing to whip up butter at a faster RPM while dialing down for cookie batter and even a loaf sized batch of bread dough. This is one of the few models that includes a dough hook and has the power to back it up. Read more…

Tips for Cooking in a Crockpot

vegetable stew in a crock pot

Receive a crock pot or a slow cooker and unsure on how to use the dang thing? Read Foodal’s tips on how to use a slow cooker for simple & easy meals.

How to Choose A Better Blender

Mother and daughter pour a smoothie from a blender; they are behind a kitchen counter that includes oranges, kiwi,bananas and other fruit on its surface

A blender is one of the most versatile and time saving items in the kitchen. Every home cook should have a GOOD model on their counters. But what constitutes good? Read Foodal’s guide where we discuss the features that you need and then review the top-rated models to help you to choose the best product for your home.

Preserve Summer’s Freshness With a Nesco Gardenmaster FD-1040

Nesco FD-1040 1000-watt Gardenmaster Food Dehydrator Review | Foodal

The Nesco FD-1040 Gardenmaster pack some serious drying power for a budget machine. Although only four are included, optional trays allow it to scale up to 20 trays in one batch! With 1000 watts of power this appliance with dehydrate a season’s worth of jerky or apples in short order. Read more about it now…

Book Review: The Third Plate by Dan Barber

What Dan Barber brings to the table, both in his book and at his restaurant, is food that has a story, food that is more than just what sits on your plate. His food brings with it the farm and its livestock and its weeds and its labor. Dan Barber’s food is so much more than farm-to-table and so much more than “green.” Dan digs deep into the roots of food to find out what it really means to be a farmer or a fisherman or a rancher – and what impact their actions have on what ends up on your plate. Read our full review of this unique book now!