Join Barb as she demonstrates the Cuisinart PrepExpress™ Slicer, Shredder and Spiralizer. This handy electric kitchen tool will perform 8 different cuts from making zucchini noodles, slicing veggies for prep work or even shredding cheese!
Cuisinart continues to simplify food prep with the new PrepExpress Slicer/Shredder/Spiralizer. Now it’s easier than ever to make fresh fruits and vegetables part of everyday meals that even kids will love. This 3-in-1 kitchen helper lets you effortlessly create wide ribbons or crinkle-cut spirals of fresh zucchini and apples, and thin or wide butternut squash or beet “spaghetti.” Slice cucumbers for salads, waffle cut potatoes for chips, and create thick or thin shreds of veggies for fajitas.
Ready to elevate your summer drinks game? Chris will be demonstrating (and sampling!) some delicious cold concoctions that you can recreate yourself at home using loose tea and some basic tools. Cheers!
Don’t sweat the salad stuff!
We’ll be showing off the tools that will help you create the perfect salad. Join us to see ceramic knives, salad spinners and more in action and find out why these tools make the perfect salad easy to execute!
Do you have an abundance of herbs from this summer’s garden? Learn about tricks and tools to pick, chop and store them as well as how to preserve them for year-round use using the Nesco Digital Top Mounted Dehydrator, as well as a variety of other handy tools for keeping herbs fresh!
You’ll no longer need to buy expensive dried herbs at the store, because with the easy to use Nesco Dehydrator, you can dry your own fresh herbs, straight from the garden.
It’s patented Coverga-Flow drying system forces air down the exterior pressurized chamber, not through the trays, providing even heat. Hot air is forced horizontally across each individual tray, converging on the core for fast, even and nutritious drying. It even has an adjustable digital thermostat that allows you precise control over the temperature for best drying results.
Come see the Nesco dehydrator and other fun herb tools in action, and learn how you can save money while enjoying the fruits of your garden – all year long!
Growing up, Sundays were days of Church, homemade pasta and fresh gravy (pasta sauce) with Nonna. The gravy would be bubbling on the stove from early in the morning, and you couldn’t help but drool a little in anticipation of Sunday dinner (at 3 PM with the entire family).
Every family has its own recipe for gravy, and there is always futile debate as to which version is better. Note: your mother’s or grandmother’s is always the best. We are often asked how we make ours, and this Saturday we will be sharing it with you! Come join us and learn our recipe and what tools we use to make our family’s delicious Sunday Gravy.