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mDesign Non Slip Cutlery Tray with Six Compartments - Expandable Cutlery Holder Suitable for Various Accessories - Kitchen Utensil Holder for Drawers - Black by MetroDecor

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The Geek's Guide to Rebooting Your Kitchen - Lifehacker

Making your kitchen more efficient isn't that different from hacking your workday—decide what you actually do , and trim the resistance to doing it. Here's how you can upgrade your kitchen with a pen, a few hours, and fairly cheap upgrades. To be honest, the heart of my own kitchen's recent reboot was not cheap—it was a total gut and remodel, with contractors and drywall and all that fun stuff. Putting the root-level changes aside, it was also a chance to empty out our cabinets and drawers, pack up all the dry goods and spices, and rethink where we wanted everything to go. You can do this, too: piece by piece, or, you know, you can jam... Armed with a copy of Cooking for Geeks (specifically its chapter on "Organize Your Kitchen Like a Programmer" ) and a bunch of advice from foodie friends and design blogs, here's how I was able to improve by moving things around, buying cheap... Start with a list—a really simple list. Walk through a week of cooking and living in your kitchen in your head. What do you actually cook. What gear do you cook it with. What spices and ingredients typically go into your meals. Don't go through your ideal week, where you're making interesting magazine recipes and eating healthy whole grains every morning. Go through your actual week, with leftovers, takeout surrenders, and lazy weekend mornings included. Walking through my own week, I realized that my wife and I have a stock American view of weekday meals: protein, starch vegetable. Most of those meals are made on the stovetop or with minimal ovenware. Wilted greens or steamed vegetables, rice or baked potatoes, broiled fish or stir-fried chicken. Some weeks we eat healthier, some weeks we indulge in 14-ingredient roasts, but pans and boiling water are the mainstays. Our recipes generally use olive oil, salt, pepper, maybe some vinegar, and occasionally some fresh or dried spices, but we save the allspice and 18-year balsamic vinegar for the meals where we're impressing guests, and have lots more time to dig... When we're not making dinners or basic breakfasts, we're making coffee or tea. Lots of it. Beyond that, we're occasionally baking food, or baking cookies or other goods, and occasionally using gadgets like a food processor or mandoline slicer. Source: lifehacker.com

International Home + Housewares Show 2012: Carbonation Nation - Core77.com (blog)

Coverage sponsored by the IHA. Sparkling or tap. Gas or no gas. Fizzy or flat. It's one of those broadly European trends that ’muricans might regard as a bit too, well, posh for their tastes: the option of sparkling water at just about every Trattoria and Rathskeller on a certain side of the Chunnel. (Which is not to say that it hasn't caught on here in New York City. all else equal, a friend once picked a restaurant because it served free sparkling water. Meanwhile, sugary-sweet sodas are a uniquely American phenomenon, and if I come from the last generation of kids whose parents condoned the occasional jolt of HFCS—even my most health-conscious friends admit to craving a can of Coke every now and... Whatever your taste, those of you who can't get enough of that tingly sensation have several new options to choose from. SodaStream 's household carbonators date back to the turn of the century, but they've experienced a recent resurgence as of the late aughts with their tap-like, non-electrical countertop appliance that carbonates run-of-the-mill tap water with the... It's another take on the Gillette model: the CO2 cartridges can be refilled at various locations, but the money is in their flavor offerings. Indeed, the past few years have seen strong growth in the home carbonation market: the company had one of the more elaborate booths in the show, featuring a 3D in a custom viewing station, as well as a 're-cyclist' circling McCormick place in a... SodaStream's latest offering is their first fully automated (electric) soda machine, boasting three levels of carbonation. OBH Nordica has entered the carbonation game with a pair of curvier home soda makers, boasting "elegant Scandinavian design. " For now, the devices are expressly meant to make soda water—no flavor syrup to speak of—but given its European appeal, the lack of extraneous offerings is entirely in keeping with OBH Nordica's roots. The SodaMaster Freestyle (above right) joins the Gazelle (above left) in their 2012 product lineup. If the tap-like form factor of Sodastream and OBH Nordica's offerings doesn't float your boat (or root beer), ISI's wand-like carbonator is a worthy new contendor. Source: www.core77.com

International Home + Housewares 2012: Marna and OIGEN, Japanese Heritage Brands - Core77.com (blog)

Marna products are ubiquitous in Japan. Founded in 1872 with the manufacturing and distribution of the first Western-style brushes in Japan, in 1950 the company began expanding into products beyond household and industrial brushes. Today, this fourth-generation family-run company produces delightfully designed, award-winning products for kitchen, bath and home. We loved their display of silicone pig steamers and hanging collapsible cups. The newest addition to the International Home + Housewares Show, 2012 saw the launch of country pavillions providing a snapshot of trends and homewares from around the world. In its debut year, there were 8 country pavilions on show: France, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Brazil, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan. The Japan Pavilion featured ten manufacturers from the Tohoku region in Northeastern Japan—the area hardest hit by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. On the one-year anniversary of the disaster, these exhibitors presented their wares as a testament to the resiliency and perserverance of the Japanese people and the area. As we wrote earlier, cast iron cookware has a long history as a kitchen staple around the world. Known for its heat retention and distribution properties, as well as its versatility, we were impressed by OIGEN Foundry , stewards of a highly revered craft process, Nambu Tekki. The handmade cast iron cookware from the Nambu region is this area's most famous export. Cast ironware of this quality can take up to 60 steps to process and it takes over a decade to earn the title of ironmaker, and 40 years to be considered a Master Craftsman. OIGEN has been making cast iron cookware since 1852. Combining traditional techniques with modern innovations, they have a beautiful line of traditional Nabe pots, grills, skillets, dutch ovens and "snack makers" for Japanese snacks like takoyaki,... We were excited to learn from CEO Kuniko Oikawa about OIGEN's forthcoming collaboration with British designer Jasper Morrison. Stay tuned for more details. International Home and Housewares Show 2011: Loveramics, a Design-Focused Ceramics Manufacturer from Hong Kong This year, we were so pleased to discover Loveramics, a design-focused ceramics manufacturer based in Hong Kong, named for their love of... They work with designers like Simon Stevens, on camera above, to produce innovative and delightful tableware, like his. Source: www.core77.com

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  • Coin Banks: Organizing the Spare Change

    03/19/15 ,via Core77.com

    Not all coin banks are piggy banks intended to encourage children to save. As a professional organizer, I became interested in these products when I saw clients with coins spilling all over the nightstand or dresser top. Sure, they could just put those

  • The Geek's Guide to Rebooting Your Kitchen

    02/01/11 ,via Lifehacker

    Making your kitchen more efficient isn't that different from hacking your workday—decide what you actually do, and trim the resistance to doing it. Here's how you can upgrade your kitchen with a pen, a few hours, and fairly cheap upgrades. To be

  • International Home + Housewares Show 2012: Carbonation Nation

    03/13/12 ,via Core77.com (blog)

    Sparkling or tap? Gas or no gas? Fizzy or flat? It's one of those broadly European trends that 'muricans might regard as a bit too, well, posh for their tastes: the option of sparkling water at just about every Trattoria and Rathskeller on a certain

  • International Home + Housewares 2012: Marna and OIGEN, Japanese Heritage Brands

    03/30/12 ,via Core77.com (blog)

    At this year's Home and Housewares show, we were impressed with the number of brands that had over a 100 years of manufacturing experience—Eva Solo, Lodge and SodaStream to name a few. Design leads the way for each of these companies as they 

  • Katie Lee's Kitchen Spring Awakening

    03/22/10 ,via CBS News

    Expandable Drawer organizer - Kitchen drawers come in all different shapes and sizes. Luckily this drawer organizer expands to valuable real estate on your counter. This wall mounted magnetic knife strip keeps all your cutlery securely attached to

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