- The better board. // Body Bulletin;Jan1994, p1
States that, according a recent research, wooden cutting boards may be better than plastic. Reducing the risk of food-borne disease; Work of researchers at the University of Wisconsin Food Research Institute; Recommendations.
- Basic cooking tools. Grant, Holly // Diabetes in the News;May/Jun93, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p16
Lists basic mechanical cooking and baking tools to be stocked in the kitchen before starting to prepare recipes. Small utensils and the health benefits they obtain; Cookware and bakeware materials, with their attributes and limitations; Selecting knives; Mixers, blenders and food processors.
- Housewares: A gourmet niche. // Gifts & Decorative Accessories;Oct96, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p92
Presents some gift kitchen and houseware suggestions for male buyers. Includes thermal carafe from Dextelle International; Dolly mechanical kitchen scale from Global Guzini; Handcrafted pepper mills from Lewis Dolin Inc.
- How many pickles can a pickle-picker pick? M.J. // Louisville Magazine;Oct97 Supplement Eats, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p7
Features a kitchen utensil called the pickle-picker. Description of the tool; Difference with a kitchen fork; Functions and applications.
- Tech line. // Restaurant Business;2/15/97, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p120
Presents kitchen utensils, products and apparatus. Includes Arcoroc glassware; Wilbur Curtis Airpot Coffee Brewing System; Carlisle Storplus Food Storage.
- Tech line. // Restaurant Business;08/15/97, Vol. 96 Issue 16, p124
Presents several cooking equipment. Includes Hickory Rotisserie; Hatco Rotiserrie-Style Cabinet; Broadcaster V4 Rotiserri Unit; BKI Rotisserie-Combi Oven; Vulcan-Hart Flashbake Oven.
- Old black magic. Kellogg, K. // Country Journal;Jul88, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p49
Describes the use of cast iron cookware. Virtues; Disadvantages; Buying new or used cookware; Seasoning cooking tips; Maintenance.
- Tooling your kitchen for lower-fat eating. // Tufts University Diet & Nutrition Letter;Jul92, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p3
Offers advice on how to choose kitchen tools that will help you to improve your diet. The importance of a sharp knife; Grills for cooking fish, vegetables and fruits; Skewers; Nonstick skillets; Blenders; Using food scales; Cheese graters; Brands and price information.
- On the cutting edge. // Tufts University Diet & Nutrition Letter;May93, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p2
Reports on findings by microbiologists at the University of Wisconsin that, contrary to popular belief, plastic chopping blocks are more able to support growth of bacterial contamination than wooden ones. Types of wood studied; Types of plastic studied; Contaminating bacteria used; Cleaning...
- Drain catch. // Restaurant Hospitality;Jan96, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p110
Features the Stops All Drain Catch kitchen utensil from Allen Reed.