Christmas Desserts

It's the Holiday Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The Christmas season has begun! A lot of Christmas memories are made in the kitchen where everyone gathers together. I love to make cookies and tasty holiday treats this time of year. It’s the perfect time to add a festive twist to classic recipes that we all know and love. I’ve found a few Christmas inspired snacks to share such as snowball cookies, hot chocolate brownie cups, melted snowman cookies and more. Flip through the slideshow below to find a recipe to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Countertop Cleanup

In conclusion, after making Christmas inspired sweets all day, the kitchen can end up pretty messy. Spills and food residue are likely to show up throughout the cooking process. If you own quartz countertops, we have a few tips for you when it’s time for cleanup. Thankfully with quartz tops, cleanup is pretty quick and doesn’t require too much effort. There’s also a few ways to go about using your tops to prevent any damage for future Christmas bakes. Take a look at the slides below to learn about how to take care of your stone countertops.

Countertop Cleanup
Horray! Your new Cambria quartz countertops are installed! Quartz countertops have many nice qualities. They are durable, non-porous, chemical, heat and scratch resistant. It is one of the most easily maintained countertop materials. Cambria countertop cleanup is quick and hassle free. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to clean, care for and prevent damages to your new countertops.
Daily Cleaning & Care
The best way to clean your countertops is with a washcloth, mild soap & warm water. A damp cloth or paper towel may also be used for routine daily cleaning of dirt and residue.
Preventing Damage
We recommend using heat trivets when placing hot objects on any surface. We Do Not recommend cutting directly on your countertop. We suggest using a cutting board. Avoid exposing your countertop to strong chemicals and solvents. Avoid prolonged exposure to highly alkaline (high-pH) cleaners.
Removing Difficult Spills
For materials that harden as they dry (such as gum, food, grease, nail polish or paint), remove by gently scraping away the excess with a plastic putty knife. If stain persists, moisten a cloth with Saniten 313, Greased Lightning, or a comparable product and rub it into the stain. Let the cleaning agent sit for 15 minutes and wipe the surface clean with a cotton cloth. Rinse thoroughly to remove any cleaner residue.
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