What is KitchenBoy.net about? Our goal is to provide useful reviews and informative commentary about new or existing kitchen products.
Where Do I Find The Information? The Product Discussions category houses news, reviews and information about the tools and equipment you use in the kitchen. A summary of the most recent posts are found below with links to the full length articles.
Following the “Latest Product Articles” section, “Kitchen News & Other Fun Stuff” provides miscellaneous culinary news and kitchen product give-away offers. These offers are typically links to manufacturer or other culinary websites, ones that I will enter myself.
Favorite Kitchen Shops is a list of fun and exciting kitchen shops from around the world. We started the list and it has been expanded by submissions from readers like you. I love a good kitchen shop and am always interested in learning about new places to haunt when I travel.
Questions? If you have a question about a culinary product or need an answer to a kitchenware concern, drop us an email. Many of the posts on this site were inspired by reader questions.
Latest Product Articles
Venerable Retailer Hammacher Schlemmer Introduces Selfie Toaster – Hammacher Schlemmer is now selling the Selfie Toaster through their catalog and online. Good for Burnt Impressions continuing to expand their retail presence with the increasingly popular Selfie custom toaster. Learn about it here – Hammacher Schlemmer Introduces A Selfie Toaster
Kitchen Tools For Spring’s Bounty – It’s Spring – time once again for fresh fruits and vegetables. Check out my list of useful tools for prepping and preparing all of the new season’s harvest. How did you ever do without these kitchen tools? Spring Fever Kitchen Tools
Famous French Chefs Launch Kitchenware At Bloomingdale’s – Well respected French chefs Michel Richard, Dominique Crenn and Daniel Boulud have launched their kitchenware products at Bloomingdale’s. There are elements of each personality represented throughout the diverse line. Will people seeking to emulate the cuisine of these great chefs bring the cookware, bakeware and serveware into their homes? Is this simply another endorsement only product offering? – The French Chefs Launch Kitchen Products At Bloomingdale’s
A Noticeable Trend In 2015 Involves Multi-Cookers – Multi-Cookers are not new, but most are a simple take on the traditional slow cooker. Fagor and KitchenAid introduced models that up the bar for the competition. Learn how they are changing this highly popular segment – Kitchenware Trends 2015 – Multi-Cooker
Kitchen News & Other Fun Stuff
Great American Cookout Hits The Road – For the 9th year, Kansas City Barbeque Society’s Great American Cookout (GAC) is loaded up and ready to head out on a tour across the United States. With seventy stops planned there is bound to be an event near you and trust me, you want to attend these bashes. Also, the GAC is giving one lucky fan the chance to win a huge celebrity grillmaster hosted blowout for 20 of your friends. Details about both at – 2015 Great American Cookout Hits the Road with Seventy Stops
KitchenAid’s Cook For The Cure Reaches Milestone – The 14 year partnership between KitchenAid and Susan G. Komen has passed a wonderful milestone. The companies announced that Cook For The Cure has raised more than $10 million in the battle against breast cancer. Like them, I won’t stop fighting until we find a cure. Find out how you can help KitchenAid’s Cook For The Cure press on – Cook for the Cure Reaches $10 Million Milestone
A New Report Outlines Pesticide Risk On Produce – Consumer Reports published a detailed examination of pesticide residue on commonly purchased produce and outlined which foods should be purchased organic and which are safe grown conventionally. The study indicates organic has the lowest risk, but with high prices and lower universal availability organic isn’t for everyone. Understanding the risks can help us be healthier and save money where we can – Report On Produce Pesticide Use Outlines Risks
Groups Sue USDA In Federal Court Over Major Organic Rule Change – I am not a fan of the U.S. Department of Agriculture because deep rooted corruption from giant agribusiness undermines their responsibility to the citizens they are meant to protect. Now a coalition of 15 concerned groups have sued the USDA over a major change to the organic rules. Let’s hope the courts can maintain integrity of what is supposed to be a better process for growing and producing food – Concerned Groups Sue USDA Over Change to Organic Rule