Kitchenability Blog - Cooking Tips

07.10.2015

How to Grill Corn, Asparagus, Peppers and More

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Grilling season is in full swing, so I wanted to share this helpful infographic from Fix.com, which is all about the how-to behind grilling veggies. Get the low-down on the most suitable veggies for the grill, as well as the best grilling techniques for cooking everything from asparagus to artichokes!

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03.23.2015

The Complete Kitchen Knife Guide [Infographic]

Today, I’d like to share this complete kitchen knife guide infographic from Fix.com, which features everything from cleavers to bread knives, listing the best uses for each knife. It also discusses knife storage and maintenance — an important part of knife ownership, especially if you start investing in a quality (read: expensive) knife collection.

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04.25.2014

Kitchenability Videos: How to Cut an Onion

When you’re new to cooking, one of the most daunting aspects can be all of the slicing and dicing. One of the vegetables that can be really easy to cut and chop, if done properly, is the onion. Watch the Kitchenability video below to learn an easy, simple way to dice an onion in no time.

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04.18.2014

Kitchenability 101: How to Roast Garlic

April is National Garlic Month and April 19 specifically is National Garlic Day. That means it’s time to roast some garlic! If you’re not entirely sure how to roast garlic, then you’re in the right place. I recently stumbled upon a recipe that called for roasted garlic, and it got me thinking … When it comes to garlic, new cooks tend to dive into how […]

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11.08.2013

Healthy Cooking Oil: Are You Using Avocado Oil Yet?

I have been using avocado oil lately and I absolutely love it! Refined avocado oil can be heated up to 500 degrees, which is awesome for high-heat searing or frying. Also, it is high in monounsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E, has a balanced proportion of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and is low in saturated fat. So, it’s good for you (similar to olive […]

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