Don’t Burn Your Hands While Baking

Silicone Gloves for Baking and BBQing.If you bake, or BBQ, these Silicone Gloves are handy for picking up hot cookware, or even food.  They are easier to use than oven mits, because they have the fingers.

Gloves allow the use of all the fingers, which means you can hold stuff more securely. I have a tendency to drop things, especially when I’m in a hurry, so gloves are much better for me.

These heat resistant gloves can take temperatures up to 425 degrees. They can be used to pick food up off the BBQ, turning meats, taking pans out of the oven, moving iron skillets on the stove, picking potatoes (eggs) out of boiling water, and whatever else you might want to use them on.

They are thick enough you can use them to pick up stuff that you just don’t want to touch too. You know things like really greasy BBQ grill, or frogs that managed to hop in the house, or that thing one of the dogs brought in (you have no clue what it is, but it sure looks gross).

They have a pebbled surface that helps grip and hold whatever you are picking up.

Best of all they are easy to clean, and sanitize (after picking up that whatsit, sanitizing is called for). You can put them in the dishwasher or just use soap and water.

They also come with a lifetime hassle-free warranty.

I was sent the green ones, and I love the color, but the orange ones are pretty too.

I received a free product to review.

Barbecue Grill Light From Kuisiware

Kuisiware Grill Light I was going to put this Barbecue Grill Light from Kuisiware on our grill and actually use it out there. I was thinking about doing some BBQ burgers and chicken even.

The thing is, when my hubby put the grill up he also shoved some stuff in under it and over it. So I would have to move all that stuff.

Normally that would not be a problem, but when I started moving things I got swarmed by mosquitoes. And then I saw the condition of the grill, so I decided to wait and let the hubby deal with that. It looks like it got rained on (I think he actually forgot to put it up immediately last time it was used) and it was muddy.

It doesn’t really matter. This is a Grill Light that is heat resistant and intended to be used on a Grill, but you can use it wherever you need a light.

My mom saw it and said it would be great to put over the stove. I couldn’t find a spot in there to attach it to, and I also need a light for my desk, so I put it there.

Kuisiware Grill Light lights up my desk.


I don’t really have room for a desk lamp. Not without getting rid of somthing and I don’t want to get rid of anything. This little Grill Light puts out a lot of light. It lights up my planner really nice.

It should. It has 10 super bright LED lights.

Kuisiware Grill Light is bright.

One really neat thing about it is that it swivels. That is great no matter where you put it. You can point it down at the food on the grill (or your desk) or up at the ceiling (or out at the yard).Kuisiware Grill Light swivels.

The adjustable screw handle lets you attach it to just about anything. So you can move it around and it use wherever you need a light. You could use it inside during the winter and outside during the summer.

It uses 3 AA batteries(included in the package!) for power, and you get about 12 hours of use before you have to change the batteries.

Kuisiware has a 30 days money back guarantee + 12 months of Free Replacement Warranty.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Cleaning An Old BBQ Grill

Cleaning An Old BBQ Grill

My mother-in-law is getting ready for spring. One of the things she has done is get a new BBQ Grill.

Her old grill was on her back porch. It has gotten quite a bit of use. It doesn’t look like anyone cleaned it after using it either.

In order to make room for the new one she gave us the old one.An old bbq grill.

It needs to be cleaned before we do anything with it. My hubby sprayed it with all purpose cleaner but that is all so far.

I think we will have to use oven cleaner on the inside bits. I haven’t ever had to clean a bbq that had cooked on food on it before.

The old charcoal one we had only the one grill area to be cleaned and that got cleaned every time it was used. It doesn’t look like ANY part of this one has been cleaned since it was bought.

I’m thinking an hour or two with oven cleaner and then wipe it off good…and maybe paint the front of it.

What do you think?

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