This might be the best baked potato ever. A hassleback or fan potato delivers on fun and flavor and is easy to make.
Potato toppings can be as personal as pizza toppings. Traditionalists might go for butter, salt and pepper, but if you live life on the wild side you might grab some hot siracha sauce, shreds of chicken and blue cheese.
The kids are heading back to school just in time for National Sandwich Month. With so many breads, spreads and stackable ingredients to choose from, there’s nothing quite as versatile as the sandwich. Plus, you can eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
In honor of the sandwich, we’re giving away a Cutco Spatula Spreader in August. See contest rules for details.
All month, the Cutco Kitchen is celebrating cooking out on the grill – and we are definitely grilling more than just meat. And while we enjoy grilled vegetables like corn, asparagus, and zucchini, we are adding some fruit to the fire. Below, we offer seven tips for successfully grilling fruit!
It’s the never-ending battle – the flame war between charcoal connoisseurs and propane purists. But is there one heat source that trumps the other? We ignited our own investigation to finally get to the bottom of this charred feud.
Hear Cutco’s Executive Vice President, Brent Driscoll, speak about Cutco’s American Made Story.
When executed perfectly, grill marks are a thing of beauty. Who doesn’t take a second to revel in a perfectly marked steak, burger, or fish before consuming? But getting those perfect marks can be tricky. We offer five tips to help make your next grilled meal a work of art.
Did you know that the major ingredient in ice cream is air? Or that 9% of all milk produced by U.S. dairy farmers goes toward making ice cream? In honor of National Ice Cream Month we found ten additional cold hard facts on everyone’s favorite frozen treat!
Grilling is one of the greatest summer past-times, but alas, too often summer cookouts are ruined by scorched chicken, burnt hands, and frizzled nerves. While anyone can grill, sometimes you have to learn from the mistakes of others to become a true grill master. We present 11 of the most common grilling mistakes and how to avoid them.
We love a good grilled corn on the cob (and we serve it in everything from as side to a nice grilled steak to our Grilled Corn Salad). But we are often asked what is the correct way to grill corn on the cob. Below we offer six tips for grilling the perfect corn on the cob (and how to add a little kick too)!
We chose Cutco for several reasons. Growing up, I remember the Cutco representative coming to our house. My parents bought a few knives over the years and they are still the best knives they have. I love the look of the knives, the comfortable handle, and of course the quality of the blade. The lifetime guarantee is great. I always knew that I’d register for Cutco knives when I was got married.
We also love the fact that Cutco is an American-owned and American-made product. In addition, we live in New York City so it’s local to our state too. We think it is important to support American business and moderate-small businesses.
We completed our Cutco register and could not be happier!
After having Cutco Knives in both of our household’s growing up there was no question what type of knives we trusted and wanted in our home as we begin our life together.
Seth & Noelle G.