It’s easy to get swept away by the first-class marketing of kitchen appliance vendors. You can spend a lot of money trying out all the various brands. We have only two basic rules for successful gadgets and appliances. First, everything you buy needs to solve a minimum of two jobs, needs or kitchen dilemna. Most importantly, the tool needs to function as promised while being easy to accommodate into your world. Learn from our mistakes and use our reviews and insights to avoid costly purchasing errors. If you come across a kitchen item you want us to review, tell us about it! We’re always looking for breakthrough items!
Welcome to My Kitchen
I’m Mary Sage, home cook, budding author, untrained but enthusiastic chef. I started blogging about food almost five years ago when I started taking cooking classes. I took cooking classes everywhere — the Le Cordon Bleu College, Chateau Elan, our local high schools, a couple of stores. If they held a class within driving distance, I took it.
What I learned was that great chef’s have good technique, good tools, and they know how to use spices and seasoning.
Come join me on a cooking adventure. Some things work out great; some not so much. But we can learn and explore together.
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