In a world of electric gadgets, can a manual Victorinox can opener still make the cut? We put it to the test to find out.
IKEA isn’t just for furniture — they’ve got kitchen gadgets too. We put the Skärande knife sharpener to the test, and here’s our verdict.
Thinking about trying Barilla’s Al Bronzo pasta? We gave it a test, and here’s what we think.
We took IKEA’s Sensuell frying pan for a spin in our test kitchen. Here’s what you need to know before you add it to your cart.
The IDENTISK wok is exactly what you’d expect from IKEA—simple, modern, and practical design. Only minor areas could be improved.
Should you get these IKEA knives for your kitchen? We think we’ve finally found a cheap knife set you won’t be frustrated with.
Has IKEA truly managed to make an affordable frying pan for everyday use in the home kitchen? We tested the IKEA 365+ pan, and here’s our opinion.
The IKEA Vardagen pan is high-quality carbon steel cookware that will serve you well for a lifetime… as long as you’re willing to give it the care and attention it deserves.
This affordable, well-built five-ply stainless steel skillet will quickly earn its place among the most used tools in your kitchen.
This salsa is a staple on the shelves of grocery stores. But is it tasty enough to also become a staple in your pantry?
Go-Tan sriracha is a mild red chili sauce. Though not deemed too strong, a teaspoon can be added to any dish you want to add a spicy kick to.
We review this Italian pantry staple, produced by De Cecco from 100% South Italian plum tomatoes canned in tomato juice.
I’ve been cooking with a 9.4-inch (24-centimeter) Beka Chef stainless steel frying pan for about an year, and, in this post, I’d like to share my experiences with and impression of it with you.
I recently found a jar of at my local grocery store, and I was excited to try it. After cooking egg tagliatelle in a pot of generously salted water and saucing them with it that night, I tasted the pasta dish. Here’s how I found it (along with a few other things you need to…
Ponti’s Aceto Balsamico di Modena P.G.I. comes in a beautiful bottle. But is it worth the money when it comes to aroma, flavor, and quality?
De Cecco makes great pasta. But how do they score when it comes to olive oil? I tried their Classico extra virgin olive oil to find out.
I came across Maple Joe’s Canadian Grade A maple syrup at the supermarket. So I decided to try it out and do a review. Here’s my take on it.
This supermarket olive oil is made from 100% Italian olives. But is it worth the price? Here’s everything you need to know before buying it.
Filippo Berio is an aromatic, flavorful, and viscous extra virgin olive oil at a reasonable price. Here’s what else you need to know.
Basso’s classic extra virgin olive oil is a balanced blend of high-quality oils from Italy, Spain, and Greece. My score is 7.5/10. Here’s why.