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How to Make the Perfect Gravy

How to Make the Perfect Gravy

November 06, 2020

Before you reach for a package of instant gravy from your pantry, consider whipping up a hearty gravy from scratch.   A rich and flavorful gravy completes any dish and this post will give you all the tips on how to make the perfect gravy. 

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How to Make Crepes with the Ergo Spout®

How to Make Crepes with the Ergo Spout®

June 14, 2020

Crepes are light and thin pancakes that can be used for both sweet and savory dishes. Though commonly associated with Belgium, the crepe actually originates from France. It is said that when serving porridge, some would spill out and sizzle on the hot skillet, the result was a thin but tasty crepe! It is such a special food that France even has ‘The Day of Crepes’ on February 2nd, often celebrated by having crepes for dinner.

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3 Easy Homemade Salad Dressings with Alli Kelly of Longbourn Farm

3 Easy Homemade Salad Dressings with Alli Kelly of Longbourn Farm

September 21, 2019

On Friday, September 13, 2019, we had the opportunity to sponsor a cooking demonstration at the Utah State Fair with Alli Kelley of Longbourn Farm.  Alli is a food blogger that also shares information about her hobby farm and animal care.  She has a masters degree in animal nutrition and is a great source for caring for your homestead animals.  She also makes delicious recipes–including these 3 easy salad dressings in a mason jar!

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10 Recipes to Drip, Drizzle and Pour from a Mason Jar with the Ergo Spout®

10 Recipes to Drip, Drizzle and Pour from a Mason Jar with the Ergo Spout®

September 05, 2019

The Ergo Spout® is likely the most versatile serving piece in your kitchen. With a spout that allows contents to flow with ease, there is no limit to what you can make and pour out of a mason jar. Some of our favorite food bloggers have developed creative and delicious recipes all made especially for your Ergo Spout®. These recipes prove that the Ergo Spout® can be used at every meal from breakfast to evening dessert!

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How To Transform Vintage Mason Jars with the Ergo Spout®

August 22, 2019

In a world filled with memories of canning days past, Culinesco’s Ergo Spout® brings vintage mason jars back to life! Made to endure the test of time with century proof soda-lime glass construction, the mason jar was first patented in 1858 by a man named John Landis Mason

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Ergo Spout® and Mason Jars Make Your Summer BBQ Easy

Ergo Spout® and Mason Jars Make Your Summer BBQ Easy

August 12, 2019

As summer blazes on, you’re likely looking for a fun way to take your mind off the blistering heat. The kids are soon to be back in school, and the winter months always seem to set in sooner than expected. If you’re like us, then you’re thinking about having a summer BBQ to take your mind off things. There’s nothing like good conversation with friends and family to enjoy your summer weekends.

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Getting Started with Your Ergo Spout®

Getting Started with Your Ergo Spout®

August 05, 2019

From dressings, to syrups, to beverages and more, the Ergo Spout® has so many uses.  It's soon to be your favorite piece of multipurpose kitchenware!  Follow these simple guidelines to bring your mason jar collection to life, impress your guests, and keep your Ergo Spout® in tip-top shape for years to come.

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How to Trap Fruit Flies in a Mason Jar

How to Trap Fruit Flies in a Mason Jar

December 15, 2018

Fruit flies are pesky when they fly around the kitchen, but they are an inevitable part of life around fruit.  You can easily get rid of them with a few simple items and our innovative product the Culinesco® Fruit Fly Funnel.  Here’s how to trap fruit flies in a mason jar.

 

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How to Sprout in a Mason Jar

How to Sprout in a Mason Jar

November 30, 2018

Sprouts are the little shoots produced just after germination of grains, legumes, nuts or seeds.  Vegetable sprouts are sometimes referred to as microgreens and many of us recognize the small alfalfa spouts on sandwiches or the bean sprouts used in Asian stir fries, known as mung bean sprouts. 

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