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  • iRobot Roomba 4210 Discovery Review

    The Product: Small Robotic Vacuum iRobot has unleashed a whole new category of home vacuums based on technology used in the military for unmanned robots. Using sophisticated sensors, these robots vacuums will work around furniture, stairs and other objects, all without any effort from their owners. Recommendation: iRobot Roomba 4210 Discovery I...

  • Wüsthof Santoku Knife

    The Product: Japaneese Santoku Knife The traditional Japanese Santoku knife is slowly making its way into the American kitchen. A Santoku knife is excellent for all of your chopping needs, particularly vegetables. What makes the knife unique is the alternating hollow pockets on each side of the blade, creating air pockets which...

  • George Foreman G Grill Review

    The Product: Indoor Grill An indoor grill great for items that you would normally cook outside on your barbecue as well as for hot sandwiches (i.e. grilled cheese) as it cooks both sides of the food at once. Recommendation: George Foreman NG Grill The Forman grill has been a staple appliance in...

  • Metrokane Rabbit Wine Opener Review

    The Product: Best Wine Opener It’s nice to have a good wine opener around the house, especially if you drink nicer wine and/or don’t want to see cork floating around in your wine glass. Wine bottle openers are also good to have to leave out for parties if you are serving wine...

  • All-Clad LTD Nonstick Grande Griddle

    The Product: Griddle Review A griddle pan is a great option for the big family breakfast or to use for items you would normally grill outside such as burgers, hot dogs, etc. Recommendation: All-Clad LTD Nonstick Grande Griddle Unlike many griddle pans which are designed to use a single burner, the All...

  • Capresso 560 Infinity Conical Burr Coffee Grinder Review

    The Product: Coffee Grinder A good coffee grinder is probably the best way for you to recreate that “coffee house” taste in your own kitchen. Experts will tell you that a burr grinder is preferable to a blade grinder becuase it crushes the beans between two metal wheels as oppose to chopping...

  • Hoover U5786900 Windtunnel Anniversary Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner Review

    Buying vacuums is a pain in the butt. There I said it.  The problem (in a nutshell) is suction.  ALL vacuums have terrific suction when you first get them.  Which is why you read articles about how wonderful most vacuums are, when in fact, they kind of suck. (Pun Intended). The issue...

  • Singer 1748 32-Stitch Sewing Machine with 4-Step Buttonhole Review

    The Singer 1748 32-Stitch Sewing Machine with 4-Step Buttonhole is a beginner’s device. But there’s no better way to delve into home sewing projects than with this Singer unit. Unparalleled in design, functionality, and ease-of-use, the 1748 is a great learner’s machine for a number of reasons. The unit is a multifunctional...

  • Cutting-edge design–literally

    Kitchens are home to some of the most engaging technology anywhere. Design comes right along with, as both a tool to improve usability and as an aesthetic factor. However, cutting-edge design is usually reserved for big-ticket items or elaborate contrivances. But sometimes, even the more utilitarian appliances get a design makeover. In...

  • Dual thermometer covers both inside and out

    A simple fact of life in the kitchen is that some accessories are more valuable than others. Though the fun ones–such as cookware that mimics beer-can chicken, or toasters that demand to be used for making breakfast sandwiches–get all the attention, sometimes it is the little gadgets and accessories that come most...

  • Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen Review

    When you’re decorating cupcakes, cookies or other baked goods, it can seem like you need a whole box full of decorating supplies, which is more work than anyone who isn’t a master baker wants to take on. The Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen has simplified the whole process, even eliminating the need...

  • Jet Stream oven keeps Gulf Stream homes cool

    Here in Houston, summer lasts 10 months–and then there’s July and August. In other words, it’s hot here most of the time, and the thought of heating up the house does not exactly, shall we say, warm my heart. But I do want to serve dinner each night, so I need some...

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