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Dining What's the deal with waiters grinding pepper onto your food?...Anderson Slate Black pepper isn't a rare or expensive ingredient, and it's not so perishable that it needs to be ground seconds before consumption. Plus, unlike salt, it is not a
How about tongs that grab with humanoid teeth, or a pepper mill that sniffs your food and dispenses just the right amount of seasoning? Christine Chin's Sentient Kitchen imagines cooking utensils with both the form and function of human body parts.
Food Stuff A Twist or Two for Finely Ground Chile Flakes Published: October 2, 2012 Tony Cenicola/The New York Times A sleek pepper grinder boldly banded in red is able to crush red chile flakes at the table or in the kitchen, dispensing them easily
At the recent New York International Gift Fair , buyers were keenly checking out coffee grinders, pots and brewing equipment, which means coffee-related gifts will be as hot as a frothy latte this holiday season. Here's what up in the cup: It all
Commercial Coffee Grinders are being used at home. Customers say that the Grindmaster 835 offers the best grinding of coffee to fit their taste for coffee they brew at home.
Marks & Spencer pinch pots Don't grind it, pinch it with these solid oak trays from trusty M&S. They are made in a dovetail joint design with the bottom tray sliding beneath the top one, cutting down by, well, about a half, the mess as you move it
00 am I'm often asked what gadget one should buy to make better coffee at home, and I always give the same answer: get a good grinder ...A good grinder is an expensive, bulky appliance with less sex appeal than a blender praising one is like bringing
At least that's what Michael Hoffman says. "You probably pick up a pepper mill from every hotel where you've worked," said Mr. Hoffman, 53, who has spent nearly three decades in the business and is the managing director of the Boulders Resort and
Updated One of my resolutions this year has been to spend less on specialty drinks. I bought a new coffee maker with a burr grinder that I love, and I ordered a stash of coffee pods for my old espresso machine...I started by brewing tea with whole
Start fresh Beans are at their prime between two days to a week after roasting. (They start to taste stale by about 10 days.) Start at a local coffee shop that does its own roasting or brings in beans overnight...Start grinding More related to this