Chicago Cutlery

10 Dec 18
Catch the Hot Deals

TODAY IS GREEN MONDAY! (Green Monday is  the best sales day in December, usually online only.) Check out Hot Deals on Walmart.  Nutri Ninja 2-in-1 Blender, Qb3000 $39.99 $89.99 Nostalgia Electrics APH200RED 16-Cup Air-Pop Popcorn Maker $10.99 $19.99 BELLA Cotton Candy Maker, Red & White $16.99 $39.99 Chicago Cutlery 600 Series Beechwood 12-piece Block Set $30.00 $99.99 Farberware Classic 17-Piece Kitchen […]

07 Dec 18
The Camping Nerd

Cooking in the RV can be just as fun as in a regular kitchen. All you need are the right tools. This is The Ultimate List to RV Kitchen Accessories!

05 Dec 18
How's Everything Tasting Over Here?

Jake Potashnick is taller than I last remember. This is a relief, because the last time I saw him, we were both thirteen years old and much shorter. I have clumped five layers of lip gloss on so that I a) resemble the idea of myself over a decade later more than what really stands […]

02 Dec 18
Accounting For Taste

Like many people in the restaurant industry I have a penchant for knives. I truly love a good blade, and for good reason. A good knife makes the difference in both how well you can perform your skills as well as your safety level. Lets go over some basic knife information. (The whole blog won’t […]

02 Dec 18
Red Tricycle

Whether you want to focus on food, help four-legged friends or channel your inner artist, you’ll find there’s no excuse not to help someone in need.

01 Dec 18
Plains Trader Chronicle

Born on October 28, 1836 in Three Rivers, Michigan, Joseph Gerald Armitage grew up on the family farm in Lockport Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan.  His parents, William and Lydia Armitage, were natives of England.  Joseph grew up working on the farm and married Mary Elizabeth Clark in Nottawa, Michigan on February 5, 1861.  The […]

30 Nov 18
Food by the Bite

Before you walk into the kitchen and cook for the first time, do you have everything you’ll need to effectively cook? Are you sure you won’t burn your kitchen down? You may roll your eyes and say, “yes, I have everything I need,” but a little more than 10 years ago, I didn’t think I […]

30 Nov 18
The Brit Lit Blog

Note: Patreon subscribers get access to these monthly posts at the beginning rather than the end of the month. To join them, click here! I take the titles for these monthly posts from a number of sources, including the highlighted books on The Bookseller, my own knowledge of authors to watch, and various lists around the […]

01 Dec 18
From Scratch

I’m so excited to share some of my favorite holiday gift ideas with you this week! All of these items I either own, have tested (because someone I know owns them), have gifted, or they are on my own personal wish list! These descriptions and opinions are 100% my own and I share them with […]

28 Nov 18
Mastering Cooking With MasterClass

Remember back in the beginning posts, I mentioned how I have a list of kitchen items I long for and my husband checks off one or two at Christmas? He just checked off a BIG one. One that I’ve drooled after for 2-3 years now. Knives. I’m that person who will rewind any cooking or […]

26 Nov 18
Catch the Hot Deals

Macy’s has Cyber Week Specials going on till 11/28. There’s Online-Only Daily Flash Deals! Don’t forget to check them out Daily. Use promo code: CYBER to get 10%~20% Off Cyber Monday Sale! Extra 20% or 10% off! Promo code: CYBER Ends: 11/28 Applies to select merchandise. FREE SHIPPING AT $25 Shoes Buy 1 Get 1 Free Select styles. Discount […]

26 Nov 18

Grace was their miracle baby. Susan had picked Grace’s name because she felt sure, one-hundred percent, bone-deep sure, that she was a miracle. After four miscarriages in five years, Pete had wanted them to stop. The toll it was taking on them was too much, he’d said. The elation they’d felt the first time Susan […]

19 Nov 18

Halifax, NS Go east for good wine, great food and generous hospitality. [accordion] [accordions title=”View Itinerary” state=”opened”] ARRIVE DAY ONE Morning A mere hour’s drive from Halifax is the UNESCO town of Lunenberg. Home of the Blue Nose II, this small community delivers more than one would expect given its population of less than 2,500. […]

18 Nov 18

This weekend came with a bit of anxiety. I was unaware’s that there was a music festival, and so, unfortunately I was harangued at my apartment with a bunch of 18-25 year olds, doing drugs, squealing like banshees and listening to really bad music. I don’t like noise. Noisy places, noisy people, noisy children, noisy […]

17 Nov 18
Energy in Demand - Sustainable Energy - Rod Janssen

Plastic trash increasingly pollutes rivers and fills landfills. In Jakarta, two men are on a mission to offer alternatives that could have an impact on the environment and the economy, not just in Indonesia. Manuela Kasper-Claridge explains in an article on the Deutsche Welle website.   Manioc to the rescue in the fight against plastic […]