Baked Chicken Roulade – Prepare to Rol...

Baked Chicken Roulade
Get your Kyocera Ceramic knives ready for some crafty prep work with this great recipe for Baked Chicken Roulade from Southern Living Magazine, courtesy of our friends at MyRecipes.com. The word roulade originates from the French word “rouler” meaning “to roll.”  Typically, a roulade is a European dish consisting of a slice of meat rolled around a filling, such...

How To: Fillet a Fish...

Mackerel-Fillet
If you can’t start with pre-filleted fish parts and will be using a whole fish, remember that preparing a fish for cooking can be a challenging task, even with the sharpest of knives.  Attempting to fillet fish with a dull knife can be very dangerous. First, take your Kyocera Ceramic knife and cut behind the head while angling the knife toward the front of the fish. There is a...

Is October the Sweetest Month?...

brandied fruit
October is U.S. National Dessert Month and the calendar is full of sweet dates. Did you miss celebrating National Caramel Custard Day (Oct. 3), National Apple Betty Day (Oct. 5), National Frappe Day (Oct. 7), National Fluffernutter (a sandwich made with peanut butter and marshmallow cream) Day (Oct. 8), National Angel Food Cake Day (Oct. 10), National Dessert Day (Oct. 14) and National...

Have You Seen Kyocera’s Kitchen Tools?...

MEGA-Peeler
You might already know about Kyocera’s revolutionary advanced ceramic cutlery, and how it can help pros and home chefs slice, dice, and mince their way to culinary perfection. But did you know about our complementary line of advanced ceramic kitchen tools? Like their cutlery counterparts, each Kyocera kitchen tool features the strength and durability of advanced ceramic. Advanced...

Stop Wasting Food—Freeze It!...

It’s a shame to throw hard-grown food—and hard-earned cash—in the trash, but even the most frugal home has food waste.  Studies have shown that 12 percent of food bought for the home is thrown out, and up to 25 percent of all edible food in the United States eventually goes to waste.  If each home did its part to reduce food waste, the food supply and those hard-earned dollars...

Bye Bye Bland Breakfast, Hello Healthy...

Did you resolve to eat healthier in the new year?  If you did, you might be interested to know that January is National Oatmeal Month.  Hold on—before you have flashbacks to that tasteless bowl of goo your mom used to serve, you should know oatmeal has come a long way!  Oatmeal offers a number of powerful health benefits and can be prepared in exciting and flavorful ways.  It’s...

Get Ready to Carve the Turkey...

Save your fingers- Put down the electric knife! As your family gets closer to carving the bird this Thanksgiving, have you considered which knife is best for the job? The turkey is the cornerstone of any Thanksgiving feast, so you’ll want to use the right tool to create beautifully carved slices. Many families faithfully turn to an electric knife to carve their holiday turkey. ...

Sink Your Teeth Into Kyocera’s Vam...

Kyocera Helps You Say "Boo!" With the recent success of Twilight and True Blood, it’s no surprise many people will have vampires on the brain this Halloween.  Though pop culture is currently eating up vampire tales, such myths date back thousands of years.  From China to Greece, Japan to Malaysia, nearly every culture in the world has stories of vampire-like creatures. ...

How to Care for Your Kyocera Ceramic Kni...

Kyocera Ceramic Knife Care
Ceramic knives that are not properly maintained can become dull and ineffective tools for your kitchen. No chef wants cutlery that under-performs. Following these three basic steps to care for your ceramic knives will ensure your tools longer, cut smoothly and remain effective tools in your kitchen. Sharpening Your Kyocera Ceramic Knives The most important aspect of any knife is how...

The Fine Art of Slicing a Strawberry...

Beautifully-sliced Strawberries
With all of the fabulous deals on strawberries this season, it is hard to resist picking up these luscious little berries and enjoying them in homemade pies, cheesecakes, jams, summertime smoothies—or simply dipped in freshly whipped cream and dusted with light brown sugar. There are an endless number of tempting choices to pick from when preparing the tart-yet-sweet bounty of Mother...