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  1. Cool Tools

  2. Fox Run Brands Corn Crib

    Fox Run Brands Corn Crib

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    $14.99

    Ah summer, and with it the glory of fresh corn! And if you’re eating it on the cob, you want corn holders to protect your fingers!

    These essential “handles” have been around forever, and we’ve all had various types in our drawers. The single-prong models gradually evolved to double prongs, but both of those designs had the same issues: they were sharp, they stored loose and therefore unsafely, they didn’t always stay inserted into the ends of the cob, and because of the metal, you couldn't use them in the microwave.

    That was the state of the art until recently. Now we’ve found a design that addresses all those issues, and more: a very Cool Tool!

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  3. Fox Run Brands Swift Sift

    Fox Run Brands Swift Sift

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    $16.90

    So we don’t bake that often, but when we do, we want it to be easy, neat and with great results! One of the processes that is often called for in baking recipes is to “sift the dry ingredients”. And you may have wondered, as I did, what is it, and why do you need to do it?

    The “what” is simply passing your dry ingredients through a fine sieve, often with the help of a paddle or other pusher to make it go through faster and more thoroughly. The “why” is a little more complex and interesting. Originally, one of the reasons for sifting was to remove foreign matter: husks, bugs, stones, etc. Most flour today is very clean, so this isn’t much of an issue, but there are some other very important reasons for doing it. First, when you sift dry ingredients, you aerate them, which makes them easier to mix with your wet ingredients (think way fewer lumps to have to press out!) The other advantage of sifting is that it mixes your dry ingredients better, before you combine them with the wet ingredients. This means your flavors are more evenly distributed.

    OK, so now we have the “what” and “why”; let’s talk about the “how”. Most sifters we’ve used have been reasonably efficient, but often messy, spreading the flour or other dry ingredients over a wide space. That’s mostly because once the dry ingredients are sifted, they are pretty light, and it’s darn hard to keep them contained. But one of our favorite vendors, Fox Run Brands, thought of a better way…

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  4. Fox Run French Fry Pan

    Fox Run French Fry Pan

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    $11.99

    We all love French Fries … even in the bad ole days of “Freedom Fries”, nobody in the world didn’t want some Frites with some meal … right? Fish & Chips, Steak Frites, Friet Speciaal, Moules Frites - does this sound like a World Cup bracket? You bet! Whatever you call them, everybody, everywhere, wants some.

    But almost everyone also wants less fat in their fries … McDonald’s and Burger King have been engaged in a “mine are lower fat than yours” war for almost a year and even processed food makers are offering low fat/no-trans-fat “French Fries” for home consumption. The best food is unprocessed food - in our opinion! SO, what to do, when you crave what Potato Business calls that  “restaurant fry experience without the guilt” …? Deep fat fryers at home present the same issues as restaurant fries: they cook evenly all around, but you’re still left with a slightly greasy dish that has too much fat. What to do?

    Do Oven Fries! But do them in a new way to do them better...

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  7. Cool Tip: What to Drink while watching the Olympics

    With the Olympics in Rio just around the corner, a lot of our drinking attention will be focused on Caipirinha (pronounced kie-purr-REEN-yah), the national drink of Brazil.

  8. Cool Tip: Placement Matters

    Know how to read a recipe--this Cool Tip provides some good advice on interpreting reciipes.

  9. Cool Tip: Romance & Food

    There is a definite connection between romance & food, here's some information to help understand it...

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