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Storage in the kitchen is no small matter. Kitchen appliances may come in all shapes and sizes, but most of them have odd angles and weird protuberances. Rarely does something come along that fits nicely in the cupboard, allowing for easy storage and quick accessibility. The option of leaving it out on the countertop may at first seem appealing, but after so many coffeemakers, food processors, and clamshell specialty appliances, the reality is sometimes storage considerations have to take front and center.
Electric skillets are surprisingly handy; you never know you need one until you need one. It may be needed due to a full cooktop or perhaps it would be used as a portable cooking device, but when the time comes it can be painfully obvious that having a skillet on hand would be quite beneficial. While being faced with a want for just one more burner may be the impetus to explore electric skillets, having one that can do a little more makes it all the more valuable.
Having an extra helping hand in the kitchen can be a valuable resource. Cooking a meal is streamlined from start to finish, and the whole process has increased potential to go off without a hitch. The same could be said for cookware. Having the right equipment for the job is of course always a benefit, but having an extra piece of equipment ready to be pressed into duty is a benefit like no other.
Some kitchen appliances are easily overlooked. Sometimes it is because of a particular appliance being used primarily for seasonal use. The electric knife would be a good example of one of these. For carving a turkey it really does come in handy, but during the rest of the year it lies dormant, stuck in the back of a kitchen cupboard. Another example of an oft-overlooked kitchen appliance would be the electric skillet. Most households probably only ever see theirs when guests are coming over; for that function they are extremely useful, especially when all the burners on the stovetop are … Read more
Cooking no longer has to solely involve the stovetop. In fact, it is completely possible to survive by exclusively using the microwave oven. (Please don't try this at home every day.) Luckily, there are plenty of other quality appliances vying for your attention, so meal management can expand to all areas of the kitchen--namely, the countertop.
The Wolfgang Puck Electric Combination Skillet, Roaster, and Fryer marries the familiarity of a small countertop appliance with the versatility of the stovetop. Perfect as an alternative to using the stove, the appliance is convenient for everything from cooking meals for a large … Read more
The Fissler Pressure Skillet is a particularly versatile pan. With a 10.2-inch diameter and a 4.2-quart capacity, this skillet can be used to cook anything from an entire meal for two to a dish for a big dinner. It has a Novogrill surface, allowing you to grill and fry without adding oil. The surface also has a nonstick coating. The skillet comes with a pressure lid that allows you an alternative way to cook. The pan can saute, steam, and braise. The pan has all the safety features expected from a modern pressure cooker, such as an automatic … Read more
When I'm cooking, I'll wind up with a pan on each burner, even if I only need to heat up something small. The 12-inch Divided Skillet from Circulon minimizes the number of pans a cook really needs: You can cook two dishes in one pan, which is perfect if you're making a smaller meal. You can cook up two versions of the same dish, which is ideal if you've got a family of picky eaters. You can save space on your stove top, which may be necessary with the holiday season rolling around. The uses for … Read more