Here’s a hot air fryer recipe from our friend Becky at Bite of Delight – coconut lime chicken. Serve it up with a helping of Becky’s coconut rice and you’ve got a unique and exotic recipe everyone will love.
Ever tried lumpia Shanghai? We never had until our friend Aileen Van Pelt with Newsy Parents showed us how to make them in our Avalon Bay Air Fryer. Now we can’t believe we survived so long without them. They’re mini egg rolls made with beef, pork, shrimp, and vegetables. They’re normally deep fried, but with the Avalon Bay Air Fryer, you can get the same crispy taste without any of the unhealthy calories.
We can’t get enough French fries. We eat them for lunch, for dinner, as a meal, as a snack, whenever and wherever we can. You can imagine our reaction then, when our friend Larisha at We’re Parents Blog figured out how to make them in the Avalon Bay Air Fryer. She used a unique blend of spices and seasoning that was unlike any French fry we’d ever tasted. It was like discovering French fries all over again.
First invented in 1679 by the French physicist Denis Papin and patented for home use in 1938, pressure cookers are some of the most efficient cooking appliances you can own. Utilizing a powerful combination of heat, steam, and pressure, they cook food in a fraction of the time it would take ordinary boiling.
The Fairwind FWPC6L 6 Liter Digital Pressure Cooker improves on this basic technology with multifunctional digital controls and programmable cook settings that give you full control over the entire process. The solid construction, large cooking pot, and rust resistant features make it the perfect addition to your kitchen.
What’s the right cigar humidifier for your cigar humidor? It’s an important question for cigar owners. Cigars need humidity, but humidors don’t provide it. They’re just boxes. They preserve humidity. Humidifiers provide it. They’re what make it a humidor.
There are five types of cigar humidifiers: floral foam, crystal gel, silica beads, humidipaks, and electronic cigar humidifiers. Each has their own strengths and weaknesses in terms of price, precision, effectiveness, and durability.
Ever had really good calamari? We thought you had to go out to get some, but that was before our friend Colleen has shown up how to make it in our Avalon Bay Air Fryer. Her hot air fryer recipe for sriracha and honey tossed calamari isn’t just delicious, it’s easy to make, and takes only minutes. It’s great as an appetizer or a snack!
Shrimp makes our mouth water, which is why we couldn’t wait to try this new hot air fryer recipe from our friend Kellie at Suburban Soapbox. Avalon Bay Air Fryers do a great job cooking shrimp. They come out crispy, crunchy, and perfectly cooked. A dab of spicy marmalade sauce and they’re the perfect snack.
Last week, we looked at how to winterize portable air conditioners. This week we’ll look at how to winterize window air conditioners.
One of the things we love best about hot air fryers is the way they let us enjoy our favorite snacks without they unwanted calories. That’s why we were so excited when our friend Noelle at Opera Singer in the Kitchen created a new recipe for air fried chick chilaquiles for the Avalon Bay Air Fryer. Chicken chilaquiles is a Mexican dish made with cheese, shredded chicken, and sour cream. Normally the oil in the chips makes it hard to eat without feeling guilty, but an Avalon Bay Air Fryer cuts the calories in half so we can eat as much as we want.
Winter can be hard on your portable air conditioners. Because portable air conditioners are self-contained and primarily used indoors, they’re not in danger of ice and snow damage like other units, but they can become corroded and discolored if they’re not properly winterized, which shortens their durability and lifespan. Here are the steps to winterize your portable air conditioner.