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    Product Review: Waring Electric Tomato Press

    Interested in making your own pasta sauces, ketchup, barbecue sauce, and tomato soups? Try this Waring Electric Tomato Press that we reviewed.

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  • Different pasta types a suited for different pasta sauces and dishes. See details on CHEFS Mix Blog at CHEFScatalog.com

    Pasta sauces, pasta shapes, pasta-licious!

    There’s actually a method behind the madness of the different pasta shapes. The variety you choose will have an impact on the texture and flavor of your dish. With that in mind, here are a few pasta favorites and how to use them.

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  • What's a Pasta Pentola? Find out on CHEFS Mix Blog at CHEFScatalog.com

    What is a Pasta Pentola?

    A pasta pentola is a stock pot with three parts: the pot, a colander insert, and a lid. With one, the step of pouring your noodles into a strainer and dealing with hot liquids gone. But they can be used for so much more than pasta.

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  • Philips Pasta Maker at CHEFScatalog.com

    Product Review: Philips Pasta Maker

    Last month when CHEFS got the new Philips Pasta Machine and it advertised, “Perfect pasta in 15 minutes,” I wondered. But, I also decided I must try it. Wow, am I glad I did!

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  • What kind of bowl should you use? See more on CHEFS Mix Blog at CHEFScatalog.com

    Bowls: Shapes and purposes

    Bowls are bowls, right? I’m sure you have a set in your kitchen cabinets that you use for cereal, soup, stir fry, etc. Chances are you never think twice about

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  • Cookware Guru: Nonstick Cookware at CHEFScatalog.com

    Cookware Guru: Nonstick Pans

    Amy, CHEFS’ Cookware Guru, shares some nonstick cookware highlights as well as information on how to care for, clean, and choose nonstick cookware. Have a question for the guru? Ask on this blog or through the Contact Us box to the right.

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Eating Healthy!

Make Your Own Oven Potato Chips at CHEFScatalog.com

Healthy Favorites: Oven Chips

Here’s an idea that allows you to get your crisp on and eat healthier chips: Instead of buying your chips at the supermarket, make your own. You’ll still get the crispy texture you’re after, but with far less fat, calories, and sodium.

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