Another chapter in the epic saga of chest freezers vs. upright freezers. Based on the 23 comments left by readers of the Kitchn, I’d say upright won this battle. I agree. I like seeing all my frozen food at the same time, plus defrosting is a pain.
We don’t really carry Samsung on our floor, though we can order nearly anything a customer requests, but this is important info to pass along. Hat tip goes to appliance blogger and kitchen designer Peggy Deras.
I have to say, I prefer the slightly irreverent take of Appliance Advisor.
Certified Kitchen Designer Ann Porter’s cracks a subtle funny in her latest blog at KitchAnn Style (“While the choices were once slim, today there are many to choose from”) and cooks up a smorgasbord of small space stoves.
Even if your “outdoor kitchen” consists only of a grill and a cooler, you’ll find some helpful, checklist-type tips (like removing the grates for cleaning and reseasoning the cooking surface) in this guest article by Kalamazoo Kitchens found in Kitchen & Bath Business.
Have you ever rearranged the dishes in a dishwasher because someone else loaded them “the wrong way”? Rejoice! There’s anal-retentive company; Real Simple created a reference exactly for that misguided someone (re: my boyfriend).
Practical tips on how to arrange casseroles and pots to maintain the stream of water beg to printed out and taped where
he that someone will see them.
Did I miss anything?