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Chef’n Wash + Toss Colander

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Wash + Toss Colander
Berries are actually difficult fruits to wash because they are so delicate. I can’t count the times when I have been trying to rinse off fresh raspberries and lost a few as I tried to gently toss them in a colander or squished them under the weight of more berries. Ripe strawberries and …

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Elevate Spatulas

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Elevate Spatula Set

When I’m mixing up a recipe in my kitchen, one of the tools that I use the most is a spatula. I use it to scrape the sides of bowls, fold together ingredients and scrape batters into waiting pans. Since I also use a whisk or a mixer, I often need to …

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Recipe Rock

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Recipe Rock

How many food magazines do you subscribe to? How often do you tear out one of those magazine pages, clip a recipe out of a newspaper, or print one from your favorite blog? Even if you have a tablet or other portable device, there are plenty of occasions when you have a …

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Celebration Cake Pans

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Celebration Cake Pans
Layer cakes are usually made with layers of plain, round cakes, stacked up to turn a simple dessert into a dramatic centerpiece. Occasionally, you will see a layer cake that uses square cakes for a slightly unusual look, but round is the standard for layer cakes. Williams Sonoma recently introduced layer cake pans …

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Duo Icing Set

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Duo Icing Set
Most of the time, cupcakes are frosted with just one color of frosting. You can make two tone frosting by mixing up two different colors of frosting and putting them both into the same piping bag, allowing you to squeeze out a marbled frosting with both colors. This latter method definitely works, but …

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