Appetizer plates are a staple in kitchen cabinets alongside standard dinner plates, for serving salads, fruit, cheeses, desserts and much more. Smaller appetizer plates mean better aesthetics and overall functionality for the times when you don't need the excess size of a dinner plate.
The sugar spoon is actually a versatile utensil that frequently comes in handy. Much smaller than the average spoon, sugar spoons were originally designed for scooping dollops of sugar out of designated bowls for adding to coffee, tea, baking mixes, etc. But sugar spoons are equally great for spice boxes, adding salt to recipes, serving garnishes, and a variety of other recipe additions where a little bit goes a long way. There are lots of unique designs available. Check out some of these great sugar spoon options we found to help shape up your utensil drawer.
Popcorn has been enjoyed for ages, both as an at-home snack and a movie theatre staple. Microwavable packets have made it more convenient for home popcorn making and industrial machines allow theaters and large venues to produce popcorn in large quantities, but nothing beats making popcorn the old-fashioned way.
Cacao nibs are an increasingly popular "superfood" that consist of pieces of the cacao bean that have been fermented, dried, and roasted. cacao nibs aren't exactly sweet, as no sugar has been added, but they are packed with natural chocolatey flavor and are full of antioxidants and high in vitamins.
Whether you're making homemade from pizza from scratch, pulling your favorite frozen pizza out of the oven, or your recent pizza delivery wasn't cut properly, having a quality pizza cutter is a nice thing to have in your kitchen drawer. Designed to create clean slices and cut through even the thickest of crusts, pizza cutters come in all shapes, sizes and designs.
Though enjoyed in cultures around the world, there's no food more distinctly American than the hot dog. A staple at backyard cookouts, birthday parties, and holiday celebrations, hot dogs are easy to prepare and can be topped with a variety of condiments to turn a relatively basic food product into delicious, customizable cuisine. Since the meat product in hot dogs is already pre-cooked, "cooking" a hotdog doesn't take much.
In the past few years, homebrewing as a hobby has steadily grown in popularity. Whether creating non-alcoholic kombucha or a diverse selection of beers, with the right kit and ingredients you can make and enjoy your very own beverages in the comfort of your own home, garage, or backyard.
For spicy food lovers, it's a condiment for just about anything. Whether on top of your eggs in the morning, on a sandwich for lunch, or steak, chicken, and veggies at dinner, hot sauce has a place in the fridge and is a complement to any meal. The only downside is that there are hundreds (if not thousands) of varieties to choose from. There are the grocery store staples you can find just about everywhere, while an increasing number of restaurants and independent companies are bottling their own unique mixtures. Whatever your preference, we've narrowed down some of the best hot sauces for you to try on your next meal. Read further to discover our favorites!