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Gifts Galore!

Been scratching your head and wondering how to solve all your gift dilemmas? Ho, Ho Houseware Warehouse is the perfect solution! When it comes to household supplies and kitchen items, Houseware Warehouse has something for everyone. That’s why it is such a great place for holiday (or any kind of) gifts! Want to make things more convenient? Visit the “Household” …

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Who’s Ready to Party?

Tis the season…that time of year when festive holiday parties ensue. From Thanksgiving, throughout Hanukkah and Christmas, straight through to New Year’s Eve, we can expect everything from intimate gatherings of close friends to raucous celebrations overflowing with luscious libations amidst the boisterous banging of pots and pans.  So, aside from those pots and pans, did you know that Houseware …

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Satisfy Your Cookie Cravings!

Houseware Warehouse has all the baking tools necessary to create perfectly crafted cookies to satisfy even the most malevolent cookie monster cookie cravings…and just in time for the holidays! There are cookie cutters, of course, which come in all of the favorite holiday shapes including snowmen, gingerbread men, Christmas trees, bells, ornaments, wreaths, candy canes, stars and angels. There are …

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Houseware Warehouse Makes Christmas Breakfast a Breeze!

Fluffy pancakes topped with melted butter and drizzled with warm syrup; cranberry muffins fresh from the oven, omelets full of crumbled sausage and cheesy goodness; crisp bacon just begging to be eaten…and visions of sugarplums dancing in your head (not really that last part)…That’s how I picture a Christmas breakfast of grand proportions. You can make all that and more …

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The Perfect Stay at Home Job

Need to be home to school your kids or maybe you even lost your job because of all the work you missed because you HAD to stay home with your kids? Worried that you might bring COVID home to an older or compromised loved one? Tried to go back to your food server or bartending job only to find that …

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Everything You Need for Halloween at Houseware Warehouse

With COVID and its Delta Variant, we may not be headed out with our brooms and candy bags in tow to visit a bunch of houses owned by people we may not even know. Instead, we might decide that it is the perfect bloody evening to spend at home with our kids or for an intimate gathering with your best …

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A New Spin on Charcuterie Boards

Like cold cooked, cured or smoked meats and various cheeses adorned with a beautiful assortment of crackers, olives, mustards, nuts and dips? Then you are like the rest of us, but the ultimate charcuterie platter is whatever you dream it to be. Consider opening up your charcuterie board to a world of options. For instance, how about a charcuterie board …

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How to Cook and Serve Corn on the Cob

Summer may be drawing to a close, but don’t throw in the towel yet. Labor Day is still on the September horizon and sweet corn is still plentiful. All you need to be sure of is a sure-fire way to cook your corn on the cob to perfection! There is nothing better than augmenting your burgers or a big, fat, …

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Ice Cube Trays: So Many Choices!

Ice cubes trays are definitely useful for freezing more than just water and they can yield festive, flavorful results! That’s why we have so many types of ice cube trays. Want to try a cool cooking hack? Freeze little cubes of herbed butter and pop one in your saute pan whenever you need it…easy peasy! Or mix up your chicken …

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Basics You Should Have in Your Kitchen

When it comes to your kitchen, there are certain items you just can’t do without. Here is a list of the basics you need in your kitchen… Let’s start with a chef’s knife, which is always essential. You will also need a cutting board, of course. When it comes to pans, your kitchen should be stocked with a non-stick pan …

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Party Dips and How to Serve Them

Since things are starting to get back on track, it may just be time to celebrate! Here’s an idea…Invite all your favorite people and ratchet up the fun with an assortment of great party foods including delicious dips. Plus, you can find all your serving and preparation items at Houseware Warehouse! Houseware Warehouse has everything you need for your kitchen. …

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Let Us Help You Grow Your Business!

The proper tools make every project easier, and this applies to cooking. Plus, people will always crave kitchen comforts and the cooking tools and decorative items that provide them. These things, my friend, are our wheelhouse, so Houseware Warehouse can definitely help! Of course we carry tons of cookware and bakeware items which come in every material and type; but …

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Get Cost-effective Inventory at Houseware Warehouse!

After the year or so business owners have had, we’re all looking for more ways to cut costs and increase our profits. One sure-fire way is by purchasing cost-effective products for resale through Houseware Warehouse – your online wholesaler for everything in the kitchen and more. There’s a reason (actually more than one) that Houseware Warehouse is America’s favorite kitchen …

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No Drip Counter Strips, a Must-have!

Drip (noun) 1. A weak or ineffectual individual 2. A small drop of liquid Let’s face it. Nobody likes a drip, no matter what kind it is. However, the drips that fall between your counter and appliances can be particularly annoying! There’s just no easy way to reach them so that you can clean them; and from spaghetti sauce to …

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New Products at Houseware Warehouse

Yes, you’re right…Houseware Warehouse has everything, but the kitchen sink. So you may find this hard to believe; but we’ve just expanded our family of innovative kitchen products! Want to organize your refrigerator or maybe you just want to store your bacon the best possible way? Try the Bacon Fresh Pod – an airtight container with a one-pound capacity. And …

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Dishwasher Pros and Cons

Let “he” among us who doesn’t create dirty dishes cast the first stone; because basically, it boils down to this. We all eat; we all dirty our plates; and we all have to clean them….unless you’re Genghis Khan or a frat boy. So, what’s the best way to do it…with a dishwasher or washing your dishes by hand? Here are …

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How to Properly Make Southern Sweet Tea

If you ask me, there is nothing better on a hot, steamy day than homemade southern sweet tea to quench your thirst and cool things off! From barbeques to baby showers and everything in between, southern sweet tea has been a kitchen staple for centuries.  Now, when it comes to properly preparing the perfect southern sweet tea, you may discover …

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Stainless vs Plastic vs Glass Mixing Bowls: Which Is Best?

Mixing bowls are a basic staple in every kitchen, so which type should you use? That depends a little on how you’re planning on using them and a little on each type of material’s pros and cons… The very best thing about stainless steel mixing bowls is the fact that they are so lightweight. This makes them easy to wash, …

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Chicken Enchilada Recipe That Will Even Make Tough Guys Say Yum!

Every enchilada lover has his or her favorite chicken enchilada recipe, but this one – which gets five stars on Skinnytaste – is easy-peasy, rich and cheesy. Just sayin’! Enchilada sauce ingredients: 2 garlic cloves, minced 1-2 tbsp chipotle chilis in adobo sauce 1-1/2 cups tomato sauce 1/2 tsp chipotle chili powder 1/2 tsp ground cumin 3/4 cup reduced sodium chicken broth kosher salt and fresh pepper to taste Ingredients for your …

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Why Hang Fruit?

Brown spots on our bananas and crisp apples gone soft…yuck; but what’s a person to do? Stop throwing away a good percentage of your fruit purchases because they go bad before you can eat them all. A hanging fruit basket from Houseware Warehouse is an excellent solution! Do you keep your fruit in a regular bowl on the kitchen counter? …

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Dos and Don’ts for Cleaning Your Grill

We clean our houses, we clean our cars and our kids clean their rooms. Don’t forget to clean your barbeque grill. Cleaning your grill can have an impact on the outcome of your food, and nobody wants their food tasting like last week’s dinner! Cleaning your grill can also keep your grill working optimally and even extend its longevity, so… …

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Griddles – the Best Way to Make Breakfast!

Ever cooked on a griddle? With its expansive flat surface, it’s so easy and clean-up is a snap too! Plus, if you’re a breakfast lover, you’re in luck because griddles are one of the best ways to make breakfast!  You can go traditional old school with eggs any way you like, all your favorite breakfast meats beautifully browning and even …

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Chicken and Dumplings for Chilly Nights (and maybe not so chilly nights!)

According to TastyCo and a bunch of peeps who gave this recipe five stars, the following is a very tasty treat! You will need: 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 pounds boneless, skinless, cubed chicken breast 1 cup diced yellow onion 1 cup sliced carrot 1 teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons butter 6 tablespoons flour 6 cups chicken broth ½ cup heavy cream ½ teaspoon thyme 1 ½ cups frozen peas A liberal …

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Check Out Our Cast Iron Selection

Cast iron is an amazing kitchen tool, and we promise that once you try it, you’ll be hooked! Made from solid construction, your cast iron cookware can last a lifetime. Cast iron also provides incredible heat retention so that foods cook evenly and it is versatile, switching from stovetop to oven in a snap. Unlike some of the newer cookware, …

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Different Cake Pans and Their Uses

We all like cake (most of the sane folks out there, anyway) and may even consider ourselves well-versed in the art of cake baking, but when it comes right down to it, you may be surprised at how many different cake pans there actually are! Of course there is the sheet cake pan, which is perfect for traditional birthday cakes …

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Spices Galore!

Looking for ways to spice things up? Here’s a solution. Just visit housewarewarehouse.net for a varied selection of affordable spices and flavorings! All of your usual spice suspects, such as salt, pure ground pepper (and salt and pepper sets), salt-free seasoning, garlic salt, seasoned salt, crushed red pepper, cayenne pepper and sea salt (and even fine sea salt), are available …

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Simple Wine Go-to List

We have our go-to retorts we use for the times our little brothers annoy us. We have our go-to gear for impromptu dates – like that sassy sundress that fits just right. Then, when we just happen to crave a glass of wine as big as our heads, we have our simple wine go-to list… First up on the list …

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Meat Marbling

Everyone loves marbles! There is the marble from which we construct gorgeous countertops and coliseum columns. There are also the marbles we make by crushing and feeding them into a furnace, then molding and cooling them so that we may play an age-old and much loved game. Distinct in appearance, they can be sparkly, swirly, steely, translucent, cracked or they …

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Daytona Events

One of the most popular vacation destinations boasting 23 miles of sugary sand beaches, unsurpassed weather forecasts and exhilarating nightlife, Daytona is a place where fun never ends.  “The World’s Most Famous Beach,” serving up a ton of incredible events every year is also aptly named “The Festival Capital of Florida.” Speaking of annual Daytona area festivals, you can kick …

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Chocolate Fondue – A Must!

Think about combining your all-time favorite foods and savoring them after stuffing huge wads (or regular bites for the more moderate in the bunch) in your mouth. We’re talking about chocolate fondue. Yes, please! Melt your milk chocolate, dark chocolate or white chocolate and then set up a buffet for a kids’ party, a parents’ party or a party of …

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Child Snap and Go Pods

Everyone is always looking for ways to make their life easier and if you happen to have a baby at home, you, in particular, would certainly benefit from any innovation that might make life just a little more effort-free. Take Child Snap and Go Pods, which you can find at Houseware Warehouse, for instance. These come as six detachable, multicolored, …

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Put a Cork in It…Or Don’t, with Our Wine Pump!

Ever been over a friend’s house and when they offer you wine, you just say, “whatever is open is fine,” instead of drinking the wine you really want? Or maybe you’ve come home after a hard day of work and you would like just one glass of wine to wind down while you make dinner for the masses, but you …

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Wine Fanatic? Get All Your Wine Accessories Here!

Attention all wine fans! Don’t miss out! You can get a bunch of great wine accessories at Houseware Warehouse at amazing prices! Houseware Warehouse offers a 40-display box of wine pourer stoppers as well as sets of four silicone wine bottle stoppers. Houseware Warehouse also provides an entire array of adorable, individually handcrafted, cold cast resin wine holders. These wildly …

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The Mortar and Pestle History

Throughout the centuries, we have always found the need to grind foods and medicines into fine pastes and powders for preparation; and since ancient times, the mortar and pestle has been crushing it! The history of the mortar and pestle takes us back even farther than you may think. In Mexico, research indicates that the mortar and pestle appeared as …

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Freshen Up Your Refrigerator

Fresh is always best. Fresh ideas can get you promoted; fresh diapers are always preferred to the somewhat less than fresh variety; freshly showered is better way better than sweaty and fresh off the soccer field; freshly laundered beats socks that smell like cheese; a fresh dress may catch the eye of your next husband; and a freshly prepared salad …

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Different Types of Cutting Boards!

We use cutting boards for a variety of things. There are gorgeous, marble cutting boards and charcuterie boards that we use to serve our tasty treats. We even use our cutting boards to decorate our kitchens when they are not in use…like those cutting boards adorned with wines of the world, panoramic countryside vistas and adorable, funny chefs. There are …

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The Most Irritating Thing about Making Coffee

Hands down, the most irritating thing about making coffee is separating those dad-gummed coffee filters! When you wander down the stairs and into the kitchen, bleary eyed and barely conscious, simply hoping to fill your senses and your gullet with a well-deserved cup of Joe, the last thing you need is that whole ever so annoying coffee filter fumbling process! …

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Salt…Different Kinds…Why?

Remember that “sugar and spice and everything nice” thing? I think salt may be the nice part to which they were referring. Salt can showcase and squelch certain flavors within food, such as curbing bitterness and reducing sweetness. It can also make dishes multi-dimension in flavor. There are many types of salt. So which do we choose? Kosher salt is …

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The Perfect Grilled Cheese

Cheese…the sustenance of life. Well, maybe not quite, but for many of us it comes close! It oozes from our macaroni; our shells are stuffed with it, we sprinkle it liberally on our pasta; and it is often the show- stopper on our charcuterie boards. As Rudolph is the most famous reindeer of all, grilled cheese may very well be …

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Cookware That Is Microwave Safe

It’s always good to play it safe…microwave safe! You have to be careful with the cookware you use in the microwave. Pottery items, unglazed earthenware, cut glass, soft polythene plastics, disposable aluminum pans, stainless steel, other metals and even dishes with metal trim are all a big “NO” for microwave oven use. Additionally, all dishes and cookware that are microwave-safe …

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Buying a Good Frying Pan, It’s Worth the Money

Have you ever seen those ancient black and white comedies where the old lady in a kerchief chased away the crooks with a frying pan and that same lady armed with the same frying pan threatened her husband who had spent too much time at the pub? Apparently, back in the day, a frying pan was an excellent tool to …

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Butter on the Counter – Is It Safe?

I think we can all – or at least most of us – agree that everything is better with butter. If you are in the “yay for butter” camp, listen up buttercup because this butter blog was written just for you! We all like spreadable butter, right? I mean, who doesn’t prefer soft, creamy butter to a hard pat of …

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Shaken or Stirred Cocktails: What Is the Difference?

Let’s start with the iconic James Bond, shall we? “Shaken, not stirred” is, of course, the iconic phrase used by James Bond when ordering his favorite beverage. It may be because research indicates that shaking a martini breaks down the ingredients better, leaving it with more antioxidants. Antioxidants can help reduce the risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease, cataracts and more; …

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Out With the Bad, In With the New…Kitchen Supplies, That Is!

Do you have a can opener that is so old that it can barely stab through can lids? How about knives as dull as watching Aunt Beatrice play pinochle with her pals and gadgets so past their prime that they have slipped from innovation to antique status? You’re not the only one! However, no matter the kitchen dilemma or how …

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Food to Bring You Luck in the New Year…Some Say

Pretty girls and handsome boys have been known to provide a kiss for good luck. Some professional baseball players wear their lucky socks every game without a wash (yuck) in hopes that good luck will be bestowed upon them (more likely wrinkled noses). Lottery players often play their lucky numbers time and time again with the end-goal being a mansion …

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Why Use Shelf Liners in Your Fridge

I think we’ve all used shelf liners a time or two, but have you ever used shelf liners in your refrigerator? Maybe you should!  Ever have those little (or big) spills or leaky meats or packages in your fridge that are a mess to clean up, not to mention gross and a possible health hazard? Yeah, I think we all …

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Different Knives for Different Occasions

Each knife has a different purpose, and a properly stocked kitchen contains each of those knives. Houseware Warehouse is pretty sharp when it comes to knives, so here are a few tips from the folks at Houseware Warehouse on which knives to use for each occasion… One of the most important things a well-stocked kitchen can have in its food …

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How to Care for Your Cast Iron Skillet

Seasoning your cast iron skillet is the key to its preservation and the creation of a natural, non-stick finish. It’s really easy too! Just coat your skillet with cooking oil. Then bake it in a 300-degree oven for an hour. You may want to place foil under your pan to avoid any mess. Wipe away any excess shortening. That is …

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Why You Should Tenderize Meat

Taking the time to tenderize meat can change even the toughest cuts into juicy, succulent dishes that will leave them begging for more! Tenderizing is a process which breaks down the muscle fibers in meat to soften it so that it cuts more easily, is easier to chew and even tastes better. The good news is that tenderizing meat is …

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What to Do with Your Leftovers

Well, the holidays are here, with all of the over-the-top food they bring. If you’re wondering what to prepare with all of the excess, don’t worry. There are plenty of yummy things you can do to convert those leftovers into lusciousness! Many of us cook a huge turkey for Christmas, so let’s talk turkey! If you have a fresh loaf …