This Pizza Cutter Isn’t Nearly As Picky As I Am

Pizza Cutter for #CheesePizzaDay
Pizza Cutter for #CheesePizzaDay

Listen, for the most part I prefer to eat low-carb on a daily basis. But when my family finally convinces me to order pizza for dinner, I like the specialty recipes—Mediterranean Chicken with feta and sundried tomatoes, or prosciutto with fig and arugula. Today just isn’t my day- it’s Cheese Pizza Day.

Cheese pizza is just a bit too plain for my liking. But it doesn’t matter: this American-made Cutlery pizza cutter doesn’t care what toppings it’s slicing through, as long as it’s a warm pizza.

What kind of pizza will you order this weekend?

American-made Cutlery Pizza Cutter
American-made Cutlery Pizza Cutter

This American-Made Cutlery Cheese Knife Will Get You Out of Your Cooking Rut

Cheese Knife for National Cheese Day
Cheese Knife for National Cheese Day

After months of being forced to stay at home during this quarantine, I bet you’re pretty sick of cooking everyday, right?
A simple go-to meal that anyone with zero cooking ability can make: a cheese platter.
It’s as simple as:
-finding a few of your favorite cheeses at the store (soft, hard, stinky, creamy- whatever you like!)
-crackers, focaccia, baguette, etc
-nuts, olives, dried fruits
-cured meats
Plus anything else you want to add! Make it your own, and don’t forget to get out your American-Made Cutlery cheese knife to serve it!

American-Made Cutlery Cheese Knife
American-Made Cutlery Cheese Knife

Add This American-Made Cutlery Pie Server To Your Quarantine Team

Use This Pie Server on #ApplePieDay
Use This Pie Server on #ApplePieDay

During the COVID-19 quarantine many people have turned to cooking and baking as new hobbies. So much so, that I’ve even heard that there is a shortage on flour!

If you’re one of the lucky ones who still has a bag of flour at home, try your hand at a good ol’ traditional apple pie. It doesn’t require any fancy tricks or too much skill. You can even just skip the homemade crust altogether and buy a frozen crust! All you need are some apples, sugar, and perhaps cinnamon and nutmeg. There are countless recipes online- go find one that sparks your interest on #ApplePieDay.

Once your pie is fresh out of the oven, slice it up with this American-made Cutlery pie server and share it with your quarantine team! Yum!

American-made Cutlery Pie Server
American-made Cutlery Pie Server

 

A Unofficial Guide To The Best American-Made Cutlery Needed for Prime Rib Day

American-Made Cutlery for #PrimeRibDay
American-Made Cutlery for #PrimeRibDay

Even though many of the major holidays have passed, we can still find any day to celebrate with a prime rib dinner. Today is National Prime Rib Day, the best reason to make a yummy flavorful dinner tonight. What exactly is prime rib?

  • It’s also called a “standing rib roast”
  • Plan on ¾ lb per person
  • Cook for 15-20 minutes per pound
  • Temps for cooking: Medium-rare= 110, Medium= 120, Medium-well=130, Well=140

Now that you know the basics of prime rib, you will also need the proper American-made Cutlery knives in which to cut and serve this yummy cut of beef:

American-Made Cutlery Carving Gift Set
American-Made Cutlery Carving Gift Set
American-Made Cutlery Serrated Steak Knives Gift Set
American-Made Cutlery Serrated Steak Knives Gift Set
American-Made Cutlery Knife Sharpener
American-Made Cutlery Knife Sharpener

Does American Made Cutlery Have What It Takes to Bring Families Back Together?

American Made Cutlery For National Sunday Supper Day
American Made Cutlery For National Sunday Supper Day

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.