Improving In The Kitchen: Useful Hacks
The tricks of the trade save us time and effort. They also provide u with great results! Some ideas might cost some cash up front, but in the long run, prove profitable for years to come. Using the same tool for multiple tasks is the way to go in saving money, space, and time. With such an incredible sale, here are a few tips, tricks, and ideas we love to practice in our kitchens with some of these great sale items.
Starting out with at an unreal savings of under $200, the Chef’s Choice Meat Slicer WILL pay for itself! That boring Football game is complete, but sandwiches never stop! This is like having your own sandwich shop seriously. And these savings over time is incredible. A 7 inch stainless steel blade cuts deli thin to ¾ inch slices absolutely perfectly. Easy to clean and use, the Chef’s Choice Meat Slicer creates perfect cuts of any meat for any occasion.
This is more a long term, cost-cutting tip regarding the Chef’s Choice Meat Slicer. So, a good sandwich is $10 or over now-a-days at a deli or restaurant. Purchasing bulk meat, breads, and produce for just a few parties, and you are close to even. Having a family and making the kids beautiful, healthy sandwiches will save you in the end. Slightly freezing a huge piece of bulk, on sale, ribeye, then slicing it razor thin with the Chef’s Choice Meat Slicer will provide a multitude of Philly Cheese sandwiches for friends and family for many a lunch and party.
And when you slice up all that ribeye at once, place all the extra in a Weston Harvest Guard Vacuum Sealer. For less than $100, this piece of equipment is vital to many hacks in the house. Protecting that super inexpensive ribeye for future use is easy with the Weston Harvest Guard Vacuum Sealer. You can make bags up to 11 inches long. Vacuum sealing your meats, (even leftover pizza slices or Chinese leftovers work!), ensures no freezer burn for a long, long while. Simply place a frozen pack in the fridge a day or so prior to use, and heat or re-heat as desired. Sealing clothes, valuables, and little stuff that can get loose and lost is a great hack benefiting from purchasing a vacuum sealer also!
One of the greatest tools in any kitchen is the Immersion blender. These helpful and handy tools blend up sauces and soups right in the pot. And, for the All-Clad Stainless Steel Immersion Hand Blender, who can live with out it at the on sale price of $100! An immersion blender itself is a wonderful hack. Milkshakes, purees for baby food, dips, and of course, you will never buy a vinaigrette or mayo again since the immersion blender technique saves time, cash, and tastes better than store-bought.
These less expensive, yet most valuable tools in the kitchen aid the home chef to bring their cooking to the next level. Using equipment like the ones mentioned really are multi-taskers that in the long run, save cash and provide quality results. Cooking at home is also fun that involves the kids. Cooking is a great, healthy outlet for children to learn at an early age.