Get Cooking With the Paderno Cookware Collection

Based in P.E.I., Paderno has been in business for more than 35 years, making quality cookware, In fact, Paderno claims to be the only cookware manufacturer in Canada. 

J.A.Henckels Knife Set Review

I spent some time testing out J.A.Henckels knives and tableware. Take a read for why I think anyone who loves to cook could benefit from these knives.

Cuisinart Classic Collection Stainless Steel Cookware Review

I reviewed the Cuisinart Classic Collection Stainless Steel cookware set and I was impressed with how quick it heats up and how it retained that heat.

Cookware buying guide

Choosing a set of cookware, the perfect skillet, or a beautiful copper pot is easy when know what you're looking for. Check out all of the cookware available on Best Buy.

Review: Turn anything into pearls with the Spherificator

Before I tried the Spherificator I had no idea you could make caviar from any ingredient. This is one kitchen gadget that’s fun, easy, and really adds flavour to every dish.  

Gross Halloween recipes you have to try this year

With Halloween right around the corner, there's never been a better time to plan a party and try out a few of these gross Halloween recipes.

Peugeot mills: Salt and pepper mill review

Peugeot mills are timeless for a reason. Each product is classically-designed and well-thought out, with adjustments for personalization.

Review: clean water is seconds away with the Aquasana Powered Water...

Before the Aquasana Powered Water Filtration System, I had tried a few pitcher water filters. They tend to be on the slow side when they work, and because my well water is yellow and smelly, I don’t think they’d be powerful enough to clean this water. With Aquasana, I had fresh, clean water in seconds, and it really does taste great.

Kitchen Essentials for Every Type of Cook

Come learn the difference between stainless steel and cast iron, or between a chef's knife and a santoku, in this guid

Knives 101 – Different Knives for Different Uses

A few days ago I went grocery shopping, and as I was paying, the cashier asked me if I was collecting stamps. “Stamps for what?” I asked. “Stamps for new knives” she enthusiastically replied. To be honest, I’d never really given much thought to knives before. I mean, I have a set that I got when I first moved out many moons ago, but I took my stamp and went on my merry way. Later, I was flipping through the knife brochure that came with my stamp and after about page 6, I started thinking – why are there so many different types? What knife is for what? Do you really need 18 or will two do? As it turns out, you do! Here’s a breakdown of what makes one knife different from another.

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