A berry filled Ninja food processor with accessories, including a blending cup filled with a green beverage.

What Are the Differences Between a Blender and a Food Processor?

Ever wondered about the real differences between a blender and a food processor? We know that we have; we usually tend to file that question under “things we probably should know about our kitchen appliances but now feel like it’s too late to ask.” But now summer is here, with its endless possibilities for fresh […]

A green bowl filled with a salad of chunks and spirals of mixed raw vegetables, including zucchini and turnips.

So What Vegetables Can You Freeze?

When it comes to freezing food, we’re as guilty as anyone of not taking advantage of the time-stopping powers of vacuum sealing and icy air. Sure, we’ll cut a big piece of ground beef into more manageable pieces and freeze it for a few months, but we often fail to get creative with fruits and […]

A Supreme pizza on a round cutting board, with a pizza cutter cutting a slice.

11 New Uses for a Pizza Cutter

A pizza cutter can be one of the most versatile tools in your kitchen. Even though we usually only bring it out when we’re serving pizza, there are many incredible uses for a tool that’s built for clean and easy slicing. We’ve come up with 11 new uses for a pizza cutter that will make […]

A large red Nesco brand electric roaster/slow cooker, filled with a whole turkey and bread stuffing.

Three Ways to Cook a Turkey

Why come up with three different ways to cook a turkey? After all, we all have our tried-and-true family recipes and secrets handed down over the years. But while we would never mess with Grandma Jean’s famous cranberry sauce, finding different ways to cook a turkey can have a big impact on your Thanksgiving feast. […]

How to Vacuum Seal Food

Learning how to vacuum seal food is a handy trick with a lot of benefits for your kitchen. There’s really no better way to store food safely and for the long term. Vacuum sealing food is a process in which all the air is removed from a bag or package before the bag is sealed. […]

Chicken noodle soup place into individual sections of a muffin tin, then frozen.

The Easiest Way to Freeze Soup

Want to freeze soup without any hassle? After all, it can be a pain to pour it into a plastic bag. The soup can spill all over, and it can be difficult to get it out of the bag when it’s time to eat. With fall just around the corner, we wanted to know: what’s […]

How do you want your eggs?

Eggs are a staple in most kitchens, egg-specially at breakfast time. But do you know all of the ways they can be prepared? We thought we would take a “crack” at putting together a little cheat-sheet to help! We’re not yolk-in’. Over Hard: Fry in a pan on both sides until the white and yolk […]

A red apple next to a clear bowl of slender apple slices and a red-handled knife.

Easily Cut an Apple into Slices

One of the most popular ways to slice an apple is to cut it right down the middle, cutting the apple in four or eight equal slices, then cutting the core of out of each slice. Great news – We have found an easier and quicker way! Why spend extra time cutting the core out […]

A dozen white eggs in shells placed in a muffin pan that is on a rack in an oven.

Hard Bake Eggs in 30 Minutes

By: Cailey P., Ginny’s Marketing Manager Do you ever wonder “How to make the perfect hard-boiled egg” without babysitting a boiling pot of water for what seems like forever? The answer is – you don’t. Most things you read about making the perfect hard-boiled egg say something like “When the egg filled water starts to […]

Close-up of a chunk of raw potato in a pot of Brunswick stew.

Fix Salty Soup with One Easy Step

Too much salt is never a good thing. But, sometimes we flinch, use the wrong measuring spoon, or just get a little carried away. Great news – there is an easy fix for salty soup!   Add a peeled potato to the pot and let it simmer. The potato will absorb the extra salt, and you’ll […]