It's January, and that means that for most of the country it is cold and wet. This is the perfect time for some good cooking. Time to perfect your favorite recipes and show them off to your friends and family. Right now there is a generation that is lost in the kitchen. If it doesn't go into the
microwave then they don't know what to do with it. And that is a shame. While there is a movement to eat fresher, get rid of GMO's, and push companies to have more organics, there is one problem with that. People have to buy fresh, raw ingredients. That means that more people need to learn to cook. If the majority of people either eat out or eat out of
out there that you want to make, you won't. Well I mean there is a chance you might but probably not. I have seen them and read some of the comments. Most are like "YUM" and "I need to make this!". Even though I don't have any hard facts, I bet that barely 10% of the people that watch those videos actually make them. Many of the videos are not realistic, and the ones that are
length teaching instructions. Hoping to inspire a generation to figure out what a kitchen is really for. I try to keep them fun, while teaching someone how to cook. So here is hope to bring the younger generations back into the kitchen.
These child safety latches are a necessary evil. Why do I say they are evil? Have you ever installed them? Followed the crappy installation manual? Then you know exactly what I am talking about. It is important to keep toddlers out of your cabinets and away from danger. You won't see me argue that. And these latches actually do a good job in doing that. It has been
durring a moment of near complete breakdown don't worry. I have scanned in the template which helps line up the spring latch. And the other side of the instructions, well that was trash anyways. So, if you are trying to install these latches, or are needing to soon, then watch my video. And you can download a copy of the template side of the instructions below. Good luck.....
Author - Nathan Cox
I'm just a guy in his late 30's, well 40's now, living in the Mid-West. Just an average family guy hoping to share my knowledge and entertain a little along the way.