Convection technology has been with us for a very long time. The Maxson Corporation used it to market frozen dinners in 1945. Professional chefs started using it shortly after, but it but it’s only recently begun to make its way into our homes. Now that it’s here, though, people can’t get enough of it. We wanted to know how come? Why are air fryers and convection ovens the new best way to cook? To understand the answer, you need to know a little something about the conventional ovens they’re replacing.
Our friend Jenna at Momma Told Me loves her Avalon Bay Air Fyer. In fact, a couple of months ago, she figured out how to use it to bake molten lava cake. If you’ve never had it, it’s chocolate cake with melted chocolate baked inside. Once we learned about it, we couldn’t get enough. Then we realize the only people we know who love dessert more than us are our readers, so we asked Jenna to share her recipe and she was nice enough to agree. Bon appetit!
If you’ve got kids, you know what a challenge healthy eating can be. I faced that challenge just last night and found something that might help you. I was cooking salmon and needed a side. Knowing my kids were picky eaters, I thought I could trick them into eating healthy if I gave them something they already knew. That’s when I remembered my Avalon Bay Air Fryer and the sweet potatoes in the fridge and I knew I was saved.
This in-depth Napoleon gas grill review all started because I love to grill: steak, potatoes, corn-on-the-cob, you name it. I’ve been using a Viking grill for the past few years, but when it finally died on me at the start of grilling season this year I had to stop around for a new one fast. I needed a built-in gas grill, something with a lot of BTU’s and a great deal of reliability. Something I could use for years to come. That’s when I found the Napoleon Prestige PRO 500RISB. It’s got 80,000 BTU’s, sixburners, 900 square inches of cooking area, and it’s made from stainless steel with a polished chrome finish.
Here it is, a great new way to escape the heat: the NewAir AC-12200E 12,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner. It not only cools, ventilates, and dehumidifies, it’s also efficient, reliable, and state-of-the-art. You won’t find a better way to cool your home this summer.
We're giving away a thermoelectric humidor to some lucky person this Father’s Day: a NewAir CC-100.
The NewAir CC-100 can store up to 250 cigars and has state-of-the-art temperature controls. Its drawers are made from Spanish cedar, which help control dampness, and give your cigars a wonderfully earthy aroma. Made from stainless steel, with a tempered glass door, it has everything you need to maintain the perfect smoke.
Evaporative cooling has become a common feature in barns and livestock facilities. It’s often incorporated into tunnel ventilation systems or used as part of a freestanding systems of misters and fans. Few farmers are aware of the benefits of a freestanding, portable evaporative cooler can provide, both in terms of costs and cooling. High-powered coolers such as the Portacool PAC2K482S, the Aercool MB36, or the Luma Comfort EC220W, are capable of moving large amounts of cold air through a naturally ventilated structure. They enhance all of the benefits inherent in a natural ventilation system, producing a healthy, productive environment for livestock.
If you’ve ever cooked anything during summertime, you know kitchens can get extremely uncomfortable when it’s hot out. Ovens emit a lot of heat and it can rarely be vented fast enough to stop everything from heating up. Even air conditioners can’t keep up, not without sky high electric bills. It gets so bad, some people give up baking and broiling altogether and switch to cold meals instead. Others stay up late and only bake when temperatures drop, but there’s a better solution: use an air fryer.
Juicing has a lot of health benefits. By stripping the fiber and pulp away from fruits and vegetables, they let you absorb vitamins, minerals, and nutrients faster and easier than you would be eating whole fruit or vegetables. For kids, juicers are a great way for to get all the fruits and vegetables they need to stay healthy as they grow, and children need a lot of them: five to nine daily servings when they’re young; seven to thirteen when they’re teenagers. Juicing for kids means knowing what vitamins and minerals work best to spur growth and protect them against disease. Here’s a few you should be focused on.