Rule 071 | Fancy Knives Make Happy Wives
The Peppers are spicing things up in the kitchen while also trying to save up for some serious upgrades. Jessie insists that cooking shows are what keep her feeling inspired and Gerard admits their new diet is improving his cooking and his confidence!
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Gerard wants Jessie to be a contestant on Masterchef, but Jessie fears that her baking insufficiencies (among other things) will prevent her from making it to the first cut.
Jessie shamelessly admits to her plan for trying to befriend Joe Bastianich as a way to get to his mother.
Gerard is proud that his wife is doing her research before making a big purchase. Time to bust out the Consumer Reports in order to get the best deals on a new appliance!
We learn that Amazon is the best place to buy a new appliance… Who knew?!
Jessie shares three tips for stove shopping: Try before you buy, always ask for a price cut (obv), and avoid the warranty by purchasing a nicer model to begin with.
Here is the fancy SMEG oven that is worth daydreaming about.
Jessie is an aggressive saver if she has a goal to aim for, while Gerard likes to gradually set money aside so that he can shop whenever he feels like it.
We’re obsessed with our new Misen cooking knives.
Gerard shows off his proficiency for imitating The Swedish Chef.
It’s true that switching things up in the kitchen is a great way to increase your creativity throughout the day!
We couldn’t live without our bulletproof coffee in the morning… Gerard uses grass-fed ghee + Jessie blends hers with MCT oil. The help of a new immersion blender has drastically changed the deliciousness of both!
We are bringing back the MIF Mailbag segment so send in your questions if you want us to answer them on the air! This week, we chat about keeping “the cushion” healthy and also share some thoughts about welcoming a new child into the home.
1.) Who is your all-time favorite person to cook with in the kitchen?
2.) Are you more likely to splurge for an appliance warranty OR spend more upfront on a more reliable option?
3.) What is the one kitchen gadget that you would not be able to live without?