When you think of slicing up a pizza for your family for dinner, you usually reach for the pizza cutter right? Well today calls for an extra tool- it’s Deep Dish Pizza Day, so you will need a mini pizza server as well!
Bet you didn’t know this about #DeepDishPizza:
Invented in the mid-20th century in Chicago
Resembles a pie, with its high edges
Since it’s thicker, it takes twice as long to bake
Due to the longer bake time, the toppings are layered on opposite to a normal pizza- first cheese (so it won’t burn!), then meat and veggies, then sauce.
When you think of the word art, you usually think of a painting, sculpture, or photograph, right? Well July is the month where you need to change your idea of that word: it’s National Culinary Arts Month.
Cooking and baking are their own form of artwork: creativity is endless in this field. Even if you are not a person who is thinking of taking it to the professional level, you can still be creative with your recipes at home.
What tools will you need to help develop your cuisine creativity? Just check out all of the knives and tools American-made Cutlery has to offer- they will certainly spark your creative juices.
We’ve all become accustomed to cooking for ourselves during the COVID-19 quarantine. But wouldn’t it be so nice to relax and have a personal chef come by and do it all for you? Today is Personal Chef’s Day, a day where all of us can dream about having a personal chef!
What would you ask your personal chef to make for you first?
-fillet mignon with an array of roasted veggies
-a flavorful Indian curry
-a seafood platter
-the options are endless!
I bet your chef would also bring along their American-Made Cutlery knives to make sure everything is sliced and chopped to perfection.
How often are you able to corral your entire family together for dinner? Just one or two days a week? Everyday? It’s not a competition- do whatever is reasonable for your family to handle. Today is National Sunday Supper Day, a day that revolves around the idea to help bring families together around the dinner table. In decades past, it was a common tradition for families to gather in the kitchen, help prepare a large Sunday dinner, and then sit down to enjoy it together. Nowadays with work schedules, homework, after-school activities, and the like, it can be hard to get everyone together, no matter the size of your family. It starts with just one day a week, and can quickly become a weekly or daily tradition.
Here are some easy tips to help bring #SundaySupper back:
Plan the menu with your family- you’ll have something everyone will look forward to
Keep it simple- choose no-fuss recipes
Prep your meal with American Made Cutlery– it’ll speed things up so you spend more time bonding, and less time cooking
And don’t stress about it! Do what works for your family. Just cook, sit, eat, and communicate, and it will quickly set a positive vibe throughout your household.
The manufacturing trend in the last 40 years has been to move USA production to Mexico and China, where the labor rates are lower. This means a manufacturer can be more competitive and stay in business. But the pendulum swings both ways. Americans want to buy items made in USA.
Fortunately, American Made Cutlery is available at reasonable prices. You can get your corporate logo electro etched on the blades at next to no cost. (Just the cost of the setup)
Gift sets are designed to fit into fashionable 2 piece gift boxes. There’s no need to look for an appropriate container to present your gifts to your customers and employees.