With the price of bread steadily rising, a good bread maker will pay for itself quite quickly. And there's the added bonus of knowing exactly what ingredients are used.
30 Jun 2010 |
We test 10 breadmakers priced from $100-$290.
The latest kettle that also brews the perfect cup of tea.
4 Jun 2010 |
If you enjoy a good cup of tea, you're sure to find your perfect brew with this tea maker and kettle.
The latest kettle has a glassy design, but at a cost.
7 Mar 2010 |
Is it worth sacrificing ease of use for style when buying your next kettle?
These chocolate fountains are better in theory than in practice.
18 Nov 2009 |
Given the mess it creates, a chocolate fountain isn't something you'll be bringing out for every occasion.
They may not be enough to keep your children interested in cooking once the novelty has worn off.
4 Nov 2009 |
These gadgets can be a good way to get children into the kitchen, but be prepared to compromise on taste.
Electric food steamers do what they claim, but which do it best?
7 Sep 2009 |
Are steamers any healthier than other ways to steam food? CHOICE tested 15, looking at their ease of use and performace.
Pressure cookers are a fast means of cooking and a range of safety features ensure they won't explode.
19 Mar 2009 |
Pressure cooking is often used to braise, stew and simmer as you would in a slow cooker but in a shorter period of time.
Energy-efficient and portable, this slow cooker is handy at home and outdoors.
12 Feb 2009 |
The Thermos Shuttle Chef consists of a steel cooking pot that fits inside an insulated outer pot.
We put electronic and mechanical kitchen scales to the test.
5 Oct 2008 |
If you’re the kind of cook who likes to work from a recipe then a good set of kitchen scales can be a real asset.
They’re marketed as a healthy way to cook, but do you really need one?
17 Sep 2008 |
Health grills, which started to appear on the kitchen scene in the '90s, generally make claims to reduce both cooking time and the amount of fat and oil in your food.