kitchen 

Zyliss Dial-n-Slice Cheese Slicer

Create the perfect cheese slice every time. Credit: Amazon
Sure, it may look like a plain old cheese slicer, but it's really an innovative precision instrument that lets you slice your cheese just the way you like it. Simply rot...
If you're going to cut the cheese, you might as well do it in style.

M-Cups Measuring Cups

Bring a little Moscow into your kitchen with these cute measuring cups. Credit: Fred & Friends
Brighten up your kitchen with these adorable and clever measuring cups that look and stack just like traditional Russian matryoshka ...
Bring a little Moscow into your kitchen with these cute measuring cups

High-Tech Aprons Keep You Super Clean

Cute and strong, these aprons would be a welcome addition to any chef's arsenal. Credit: Crypton
We're sure the cook will kiss you back when you gift one of these super cute Doodle Dog or Dog Eared aprons this holiday season. Made from Crypt...
We're sure the cook will kiss you back when you gift one of these super cute Doodle Dog or Dog Eared aprons this holiday season.

Keep it Neat with PB&J Spreader

Peanut, peanut butter. Jelly! Credit: Cuisipro
Cuisipro's Peanut Butter & Jelly Spreader really is the best thing to happen to PB&J since sliced bread. Designed to keep the peanut butter out of the jelly jar and vice versa, this doub...

Expert Tips for Getting Kids Involved in the Kitchen

"You don't need to be an expert to cook," Elisabeth de Mariaffi tells Cabin Fever. Elisabeth is the author of Eat It Up!, a colourful and practical new cookbook for children, and she's just the person to reassure a harried and hopeful parent that c...

DailyDish - Never Walk Away From the Stove

On a normal day, you can usually cook and multi-task at the same time. Not so on a holiday....

DailyDish - mixing it up in the kitchen

Get your kids interested in cooking by ditching the rules and the recipes....

DailyDish - English muffin mini-pizzas

Cooking with kids can be fun, easy and nutritious! Start with mini-pizzas....

Top food "mistakes" parents make

Getting your child to eat healthfully can be harder than a 48-hour labor. Much of the time, where picky eaters come from is unknown, although it seems able to start at an early age and set in for the duration of childhood if we're not careful. For m...

Is your house a mess?

Well, whether you care to admit it or not, mine is. It seems that no matter what I--or my fabulous husband, who picks up a good 50% of the household duties--do the place is still a total disaster. And I live in a one-bedroom apartment; it's not lik...

What's for dinner?

It's Friday, so it must be turkey chili night. I have about 5 dishes that I can whip up easily with few ingredients and it is those five I find myself preparing over and over. I like these dishes because they are easy and don't require a lot of plann...

Pets and your new baby

Sigh. I woke up this morning to a barfing wiener dog who then later pooped in the living room and the kitchen. I caught the one in the living room but somehow missed the one in the kitchen. I suppose it was because, as usual, I was holding and atten...

Things you can do with one hand

Now, come on--get your mind out of the gutter! Yes, you can do THAT with one hand (or so I am told), but what I was referring to was things you can do with one hand when you have a little one in the other. I was joking to my colleagues at ParentDis...

Color your water

I came across a gadget that might just seem like chindogu if you're not a parent. For $20, you can get an attachment for your faucet that will turn your water blue. What makes it of special interest to parents is that when the water temperature reach...

The Lego Dishwasher

Children are, by nature, filthy, dirty creatures. They just can't help it. Everywhere they go, everything they do, seems designed to coat them and their toys with as much dirt as possible. Well, if you've got the cash, and a case of filthi-phobia, ou...

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