Fundamentals of the Kitchen

It’s not as hard as it may sound to grasp the basic fundamentals of the kitchen. Just a few little ingredients…and voila! Kitchen awesomeness.

1) Use the right veggies & spices, and display delicious colorful fruits

(and look cute while doing it in these fruits & veggies themed custom-made aprons!)

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2) Be the QUEEN (or King) of your jungle in the kitchen!

(and do it with our super hot animal print aprons)

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3) Be festive and fun in your kitchen, no matter what day or month it is!

(show off your ability to rock any holiday at any time in these awesome holiday aprons)

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AND THERE YOU HAVE IT ūüôā

Oh, and don’t forget… before you leave the house or head to a baseball game (now that baseball season is here!), don’t forget to put on your Apron Attitudes Welders Cap! Protect your eyes from UV rays and save your complexion – shade your beautiful face under these stylish caps.

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Stay apron awesome, my friends!

xo  ~ApronAttitudes.com

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Branding at its Best

It’s true what they say… “First impression is everything.”

This rings especially true for a business. And even moreso for a business who has the leeway of having its staff wear certain uniforms or add-ons to their clothes, for instance, aprons! People will come to your business, a restaurant, bar, club, event, a boutique or shop… and they will either become repeat customers, or they won’t. But luckily, you have most of the control over whether they come back or not – MAKE A GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION!

ApronAttitudes.com - cheetah waist apronI’ve seen it times before, companies get custom-made unique aprons or even get their own business logos emblazoned on these aprons, and when their staff wears them, the customers are delighted by what they see, entertained by what they see, and they also remember what they see. They’ll see the apron themes, designs, and your logo or biz name on them, and it’ll stick in their minds. They’ll remember you the next time they go to decide where they want to venture to or eat or shop or hang out. Most people are visual people – they love the visual stimulation, and, as a company donning these awesome waist aprons or full length aprons, you’ll be the one who stands out in their mind.

Give it a try if you don’t believe us. You’ll see. We’re right.

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TOP 5 HOLIDAY RECIPES – Delish & Easy

THE HOLIDAYS ARE WELL UNDERWAY and what better time to slip into that awesome apron and cook up something out-of-this-world delicious!

Well, because we ♥ you, we have scoured the internet and collected what (we) believe to be the top 5 holiday recipes.  We hope these recipes make your mouths water and also inspire you to get cooking (in your hot & sexy apron from apronattitudes.com, of course).

 

1.)  CARAMEL CREAM CAKE

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2.)  ROAST PRIME RIB WITH THYME AU JUS

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3.)  CHRISTMAS STUFFING WITH BACON

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4.)  FRIED SWEDISH MEATBALL APPETIZER

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5.)  RUDOLPH CHRISTMAS SUGAR COOKIES

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Apron Attitudes – November 2013 FEATURED APRON & RECIPE!

Enjoy this super simple autumn recipe along with our Apron Attitudes featured apron!

We also included a convenient grocery list for you to use specifically for this recipe ūüôā

ImagePUMPKIN SPICED RISOTTO

Ingredients:
2 lb fresh pumpkin, peeled and diced (4 cups)
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
1 cup Arborio rice
1 (32-oz) box reduced-sodium vegetable broth
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/2 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 400¬įF. Toss pumpkin with oil and allspice; place on baking sheet. Bake 25-30 minutes or until pumpkin is tender.
  2. Prepare rice, while pumpkin bakes, by placing rice, broth, and butter in large microwave-safe bowl and cover; microwave on HIGH 10 minutes.
  3. Stir rice once, then microwave 12-15 more minutes (stirring once halfway) or until rice is softened and broth has been absorbed. Stir pumpkin, cheese, and salt into rice. Serve.

(Nutritional Facts) – CALORIES (per 1/4 recipe) 370kcal; FAT 13g; CHOL 25mg; SODIUM 840mg; CARB 54g; FIBER 1g; PROTEIN 11g; VIT A 200%; VIT C 20%; CALC 15%; IRON 8%

(GROCERY LIST) – Dairy
1/2 cup shredded Parmesan cheese

Dry Grocery
1 cup Arborio rice
1/2 tsp ground allspice
1 (32-oz) box reduced-sodium vegetable broth

Produce
2 lb (4 cups) fresh pumpkin

From Your Pantry
1/2 tsp kosher salt
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp unsalted butter

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Apron Attitudes – November 2013 FEATURED APRON!

Hot in the Kitchen Apron – (hot lime green & pink striped zebra-print apron w/adjustable straps)

click here or on the image to check this apron out on our website