Part 1 of this blog series began some discussion of factors to consider when buying a dishwasher, zeroing in on noise or sound level as measured in a logarithmic decibel (dB) acoustic scale for sound or dB level. Now we’d like to focus on other considerations including cycle and option choices. Inside of stainless steel interior dishwasher image used with permission ©KB/Quirky KimUS10
Anyone who cooks and/or bakes at home from scratch winds up having a lot of preparation equipment, etc. to deal with when it comes to washing and sanitizing those items. Since this blog site encourages home food preparation, we thought we would share some points to ponder when it comes to home model dishwashers. Few folks can have anything professional when it comes to major appliances in their kitchen, so we’ll stick to home retail models only. Hidden dishwasher control image used with permission ©KB/Quirky KimUS10 If you have been thinking about possibly buying/replacing a dishwasher, a useful kitchen major
Since it is springtime, we thought it would be a good time to share some infotainment relative to various sensory elements that can set the tone for mealtimes. Those sensory elements can include, but are not limited to, ones which are visual in nature, or are from sound, are aromatic, pertain to taste, or are textural, all of which can influence the tone at mealtimes. Sensory elements may interplay in multiple ways in terms of mealtime atmosphere as well, but that’s a topic for another time. These principles can be especially beneficial to keep in mind if you have any
Although researchers have studied locations around the world described for their “Blue Zone” longevity status, some researchers ultimately went elsewhere in the world to seek out information about characteristics of “happiness” per se. They were seeking to find individuals, some of whom are more affected by the modern day world and industrialized society, who expressed being happier in their lives.