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A Well-Stocked Kitchen for Arthritic Cooks

A Well-Stocked Kitchen for Arthritic Cooks

Most kitchens are packed with implements as big and weighty as cast-iron Dutch ovens and small appliances…to tiny items like measuring spoons and grapefruit forks. Yet out of all of those hundreds of items, consider how few are appropriate for the
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Maintaining a Safe Kitchen With Arthritis

Maintaining a Safe Kitchen With Arthritis

Conditions like Arthritis can make accomplishing regular household tasks more difficult than ever before, but that’s why practicing safe and adaptive kitchen etiquette can help.

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Arthritis and Food: What to Eat and Avoid

Arthritis and Food: What to Eat and Avoid

March is Nutrition Month. The focus of Nutrition Month is to encourage people to make positive food choices and to aid them in developing good eating habits. While arthritis is not categorized as a food-related condition, what you eat can impact it either positively or negatively. We are going to provide you with information on foods that benefit those with arthritis and foods that should be avoided as well.
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International Bacon Day: handy bacon tricks

International Bacon Day: handy bacon tricks

Bacon has only increased with fame over the years, and with fame comes a variety of ways to enjoy this tasty treat.

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Compare eating utensils for arthritis

Compare eating utensils for arthritis

Eating with regular utensils can make arthritis pain worse. These lightweight, big handled spoons, forks and knives greatly improve dinnertime.

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Like catfish? Check out these dining aids

Like catfish? Check out these dining aids

In recognition of National Catfish Day, we feature our utensils and plates that are especially useful for a typical catfish dinner.

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