Cooking at home is always a good choice. You get nutritious meals, time with family and friends, and it costs less than going out. To prepare those favorite meals, though, you have to be stocked with the right kitchen supplies. Our store is full of a wide variety of Kitchen Tool Sets so you can find the ideal one for your needs. We’ve got it all: pots and pans, knives and cutlery, spatulas and serving spoons. Whatever you need for your kitchen, we’ve got the kitchen tool set for you! Click on over to our store to see all of our quality kitchen items.
Before you set up your kitchen, just imagine how you want it to look. For me, that look is a country kitchen, all the way! Those great country kitchens are full of the delicious foods and fond memories of my youth. It’s the kind of place where no one’s a stranger and everyone is welcome to stop by for some chicken pot pie or have some tasty sweet tea. At our store, we offer the very best Country Kitchen Accessories for our shoppers. We want to help you make your kitchen into that homey, idyllic place that we all know and love. Visit our store to see all of our great kitchen items!
My family has enjoyed this very basic beef stew recipe for years.
2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 cubes beef bouillon
1 small onion, diced 2 cups water
2 pounds cubed beef stew meat 2 teaspoons cornstarch
5 carrots, peeled and diced 2 teaspoons salt, or to taste
8 medium baking potatoes, peeled and cubed 1 teaspoon black pepper, or to taste
- Heat the oil in the bottom of the pressure cooker over medium-high heat. If your cooker has an insert, remove it and cook directly in the bottom of the pot. Add the onion and beef, and cook until browned on the outside.
- Stir in the water, bouillon cubes and carrots, close the lid, and secure the pressure regulator. Heat until you start to hear sizzling, then reduce the heat to medium, and set your timer for 10 minutes. If you have an adjustable pressure regulator, set it for 10 pounds of pressure.
- Meanwhile, peel and cube the potatoes.
- When the 10 minutes are up, release the pressure from the pot according to the manufacturer’s instructions – mine needs to sit under cold running water for 5 minutes until the lid can be released. Remove the lid and place cubed potatoes in the pot.
- Replace the lid and regulator and heat on medium-high until pressure is reached. Cook for 10 minutes and remove from heat. Release the pressure as before.
- Remove the lid, and place the pot over medium heat. Bring to a boil. Stir the cornstarch into a small amount of cold water to make a slurry. Stir this into the stew, and cook for a few minutes.
My husband and I just bought a small condo on the beach near San Diego. It has been a dream of ours for years, so we are both so thrilled. It is going to be our vacation spot, our own little place to getaway. We needed to get a whole set of kitchenware to fill our cabinets and drawers. Since I have shopped here before, I knew that your online store would be the perfect place to get our cookware, Kitchen Tool Set and more. I was able to get all of the things that we needed for such a fantastic price, which we both really appreciate.
Since I am a person that likes everything to be tidy all of the time, I am always looking for attractive ways to keep things looking neat and clean. I have never been a huge fan of the typical large plastic dish racks that you see in most stores. They are a bit to bulky and since I live alone, I don’t need one that takes up so much space. When I saw this cool Country Kitchen Accessory, I just had to have it. Not only is it the perfect size, it looks so great since it is made out of stainless steel.
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For the rest of September, I am running a special on a 12pc 9-ply heavy-gauge stainless steel cookware set from Chef’s Secret. This set features thermo control knobs and phenolic/stainless steel combination handles and includes 1.7qt saucepan with lid, 3.3qt casserole with lid, 6.4qt casserole with lid, 9-1/2″ frypan with lid, 9-1/2″ universal steamer, 7-7/8″ mixing bowl with lid, suction knob, and phenolic trivet. The complete set is now just $66.95 until the end of September.
This cookware would make a great gift for the new bride. It is a perfect starter set that she will be proud to own and display in her new kitchen. Order now while supplies last.
Any utensil used in the preparation of food is a kitchen tool. Buying a country kitchen tool set will surely save you money over buying each piece individually plus some of them come with a really unique tool holder. In addition, all your kitchen tools will match. Individual tool sets will vary as far as pieces included but, some of the more common ones you will find are large spoon, ladle, pasta spoons, slotted spoons, slotted spatulas and meat forks.
Check with us to find a number of cool kitchen tool sets.
Pressure cooker dried beans requires two important steps; soaking and cooking. The beans will absorb water during soaking, which makes them start to dissolve the gaseous starches that can cause bloating and discomfort. Cooking the beans tenderizes them and makes them more digestible. Always rinse the beans after soaking, as this helps to reduce gas-producing starches.
Use one pound of your favorite dried beans. (Note: lentils, split peas and black-eyed peas do not need to be soaked.) Pick through the beans, discarding any discolored or shriveled beans or any foreign matter. Rinse the beans well. In a 5 quart pressure cooker, cover the rinsed beans with 10 cups water. Cover tightly and refrigerate 6-8 hours or overnight (When the weather is not really hot, I let them soak on the counter overnight.). Drain and rinse the beans and the cooker. Place beans back in pressure cooker with 5 cups water and cook according to your manufacturers directions. (Mine calls for 10 minutes at 10 PSI for pintos and black-eyed peas; 25-30 minutes for great northern and lima beans.) Add salt when beans have finished cooking to prevent tough beans. Other seasonings may be added before cooking. Enjoy!
Stainless steel cookware sets have been the cookware choice for great professional cooks for many years. Good stainless cookware will have an inner core in the bottom of copper or aluminum which increases it‘s heat conductivity. This cookware is very durable. The physical properties of stainless steel make it resistant to scratches, dings, and dents. This means that your cookware will last for many years to come. You’ll find stainless steel a great choice, whether for boiling vegetables, browning meats, or making pan sauces or gravies. Other than cast iron, stainless steel is the strongest, most durable cookware on the market. These pots will have a bright, shiny surface (pleasing to the eye) and, with the right care, can last a lifetime. This makes them an economical choice as well.