I had this odd space in my kitchen that I didn't know how to handle. Apparently, it was some kind of pantry at one point — but now it was just a strange, shallow area covered with cork. I'd seen a few projects around Pinterest and other places where people used metal and chalkboard paint to create a magnetic spice rack and since I had a) no place for spices, and b) no better ideas for the weird space, I decided to go for it.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of kitchens posts.
I'm visually impaired, and teaching myself how to cook has been one of the things I have decided to do this year to make myself a better person. I've done a few things to make my kitchen more blind-friendly than it was to begin with, and as a result I've managed to do things like roast a chicken for the first time, have it turn out perfectly, and only have one minor panic attack about it. Here's four tips for making cooking easier while blind.
I'm in the market for a new toaster and I'm happy and sad to report that I've found the toaster of my dreams! But, it's over $300. So my search continues. But in the meantime, I've been discovering all these brightly colored toasters in a full rainbow of colors. Wanna come colorful toaster shopping with me?
My deep fat fryer is one of my most beloved possessions. It has graced me many a time with the comfort of egg rolls, fritters, and other foods I probably shouldn't like so much.
Sadly, my little friend is a royal pain to clean up…