Month: August 2020

2020 Global Kitchen Appliance Manufacturers Industry Analysis with Coverage of Top 170 Companies

DUBLIN, Aug. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Kitchen Appliance Manufacturers (GLOBAL) – Industry Report” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Global Kitchen Appliance Manufacturers Analysis provides a detailed overview of the Kitchen Appliance Manufacturers market and delivers a comprehensive individual analysis on the top 170 companies, including LG Electronics, Zhejian Shaoxing Supor Domestic Electrical Appliance Co. Ltd. and Guangdong Midea Consumer Electric Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years.

The Global Kitchen Appliance Manufacturers analysis is ideal for anyone wanting to:

  • See the market leaders
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An Ode to Dill, the Perfect Summer Seasoning

This story is part of our Dog Days Survival Guide, a collection of essays, recommendations and how-tos to help you get through the hottest days of the year. 

Out of all the seasons, summer undeniably has the best smells. Even though we admittedly have to spend the dog days dealing with some rough ones, like the sweat of a stranger standing too close on the subway or the scent of hot garbage radiating from the sidewalk, the sheer volume of pleasant summer aromas is unparalleled. Besides the obvious ones like bonfires and flowers and barbecues, there’s sunscreen, hot asphalt,

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Behind the Cancellation of James Beard Awards, Worries About Chefs’ Behavior and No Black Winners

In July, Jessica Koslow, a Los Angeles chef, sent a letter to the foundation withdrawing as a candidate for Best Chef California. Her reputation had been bruised by allegations that she had taken credit for others’ recipes, misled city health inspectors and allowed furry lids of mold to grow on pots of jam.

“Right now, my presence on the slate will only serve as a distraction,” she wrote.

On social media and in news articles, other nominees were accused of abusing, underpaying or mistreating workers. Additional accusations were made privately to the foundation staff.

Several restaurant committee members, speaking on

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Lockdown, Leftovers and How Food Frugality Is a Climate Boon | World News

By Christopher Walljasper and Nigel Hunt

CHICAGO/LONDON (Reuters) – Clint Parry ransacked every kitchen cupboard and scoured all corners of his fridge during lockdown in Detroit, hunting for lost ingredients and leftovers to whip up meals.

The 33-year-old is one of many people across the world to have embraced thriftiness and cut down on food waste during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to experts. They say the new habits, if maintained, will provide a major boost in tackling another global crisis: climate change.

“We are using virtually all of our leftovers, where we used to waste food because we would forget

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Best chef’s knives of 2020

Best heavy knife

Wusthof Classic

Wusthof’s 8-inch classic chef’s knife is a workhorse in the kitchen. It’s one of the weightiest knives we tested, which helps it slice more delicate foods such as tomatoes as effortlessly as warm butter and cut through more robust foods like butternut squash without exertion. The weight helps guide the blade in consistent movements as you use it, but the Wusthof isn’t so heavy that you ever feel controlled by the blade. The Wusthof, which you can find for about $120 was our initial pick for best overall knife, until we had a chance to

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