– Now here’s the thing, I can get this video done. It’s gonna be in a dirty kitchen. Maybe you won’t be able to tell that my kitchen’s dirty. You’ll probably be able to. I’ve got stuff sitting around, but it’s a kitchen video. Yeah, we’ll deal with it, right? Anyway, today’s video is my favorite, large family mom kitchen things, and you know I’ve got favorite things all up in this kitchen, that helps me feed all my people. This video is a collab video with two of my favorite ladies. On Instagram, her main account
is Life of a Homemaker, and her channel on YouTube now is called, The Life of a Homeschool Mom. Love it, love it, love it, lots of good homeschool mom stuff. Then, we have Miss Nicci Lynn’s channel. I feel like we go way
back in YouTube history. So, my first videos are
me barefoot and pregnant in my farmhouse kitchen, making homemade laundry soap, and back then Nicci is who I was watching. I didn’t know any other
large family homeschool moms on YouTube, and that is where I met Nicci. I almost said Mickie. Nicci, yay! And I just love her, so if you have not found her channel yet, it is called AFarmhouseFull. If you have not found her Instagram yet, go over and do that,
because she is a super cool and creative mom of many, as well. So, go over and watch her video now, and well, you gotta stay
around here long enough to look at my tools in my
dirty kitchen, okay, okay. Must have kitchen tools. Now, I’m gonna have all
of these linked down in the description below. My eight quart Instant Pot,
love it, love it, love it. I have chicken bone broth in it now. I’m going to do some chicken and quinoa soup here this evening, but that’s what’s happening in here now. Love it so much. I was lovin’ it so much, where
I thought because, of course, I love my slow cookers, we’ll see a lot of talking hand here. I love my slow cookers,
and it got to the point with my slow cookers, years ago, where I just had to get a second one. And so, same thing with my Instant Pot. I love it so much, I
started using it so much, was talking to other
mommas, and they’re like, yeah, you just need to get a second one, because that way you could
have, let’s say chicken in one, and you could have quinoa
or rice or corn on the cob or something in a second one. So, when I went to get my second one, I thought, you know what? Now I do use this eight quart a lot. It is adequate for a lot of what I need. But when I went to get
a second one, I thought, let’s see if I could get something bigger. So then, we have my GoWISE 14-quart
electric pressure cooker. It’s very intuitive as far
as how it works and such. If you have an Instant Pot,
there’s no major rocket science between the two. This one just holds more. So, this one, whenever
my bone broth is done and I go to add the quinoa,
and I’m gonna continue on to my soup, I’m honestly
probably going to put it in this pressure cooker and
do everything a little longer, let the quinoa get done in there. I do my big batch
spaghetti sauces in here, if I’m doing like 10 pounds of
potatoes for baked potatoes. If I’m doing 10 or so
pounds of corn on the cob, a lot of my steamed vegetables
that I want to do a lot of, ’cause we’re gonna eat a lot of ’em, I wouldn’t be able to
do enough baked potatoes in advance for us in this pressure cooker, but in this one, yes. Sometimes, now this makes me
sound like we have potatoes all the time and honestly
we haven’t had ’em lately, but sometimes especially
if I’m doing a bunch of freezer meals and I need to
make homemade mashed potatoes maybe for shepherd’s pie,
we’re all gettin’ hungry now, I have done my potatoes,
filled both of these. I’ve also bulk cooked
meat in both of these. And speaking of bulk cook meat, I will now get out my next favorite item. Now, we have my roaster oven. I’m pretty sure that this is a 22 quart. I, honestly the other day,
I thought, you know what? I wanna cook up like four or
five of my pasture-raised 10’s that way I have that
chicken meat ready to go, and we just got busy
doing some other things. We had to go rollerskating,
and other things needed done, but I looked at the size
in here, and I thought, I could do four hens at one time. That would be great. ‘Cause like you know you
don’t really get a ton of meat from each bird. So, what I have done in
here, I know I’ve done at least 20 pounds of
ground beef at a time. I’ve batch cooked spaghetti sauce. We’ve had some events
where I’ve done a bunch of meatballs, filled the
whole thing with meatballs, barbecue meatballs. So many things can be
done in this roaster oven. And they’re more expensive
online this time of year. I got this around Thanksgiving
time maybe two years ago, and it was under $30. So, the Amazon link I’m gonna have below, I think it’s more expensive,
but you can keep your eye out. Okay, the electric griddle is next. Actually I have a second one up here. I have a third one somewhere, but I get that second one out often. And anyway, this is just one
we’ve used more recently, easily accessible, and I have
to go pick up a freezer meal, a Walmart grocery order for a
whole bunch of freezer meals. But I love getting two griddles going, for doing eggs, of course we
love to bake eggs in the oven, but I can get both of these going, and we do eggs or grilled
cheese and just pancakes, anything I need to make, I don’t know, 10 to 16 of at a time. These electric griddles are my friend. Also, my two different
waffle makers from Aldi. This one is a Belgian waffle maker, and this one does four slices at one time. Both of these were like
in the 20 to $15 range. I think this one got marked down at Aldi. Love ’em both. Again, my disclaimer, tomorrow is gonna be our big cleaning day. So, I feel like, super cruddy kitchen, but oh well. Yes, Jamerrill made bacon again. Yes, I forgot to line the pans. It happens. Anyway, these bacon pans. Why am I showing you this? Because, these are two
more of my favorite. I will even pull dirty
dishes for you from my sink. Look at this YouTube dedication. Okay, so it shows these work. I have baked bacon in the oven for years. You don’t need these fancy pans, but then again, if you can get ’em, they’re just super cool. These were, I wanna say $15
each, maybe less at Walmart. I will try to find them and
link them for you below. Perfect world, you line the
bottom with parchment paper or foil, and then, I twist my bacon a lot. I learned that from you guys. Then, we get these nice,
little, twisted bacon eats. You can also, of course, spread ’em out. But whenever I twist them,
I can get a pound per rack, and there’s no large family
cookin’ bacon without doing at least two pounds at a time. One of my friends asked me
about cleaning these racks. So, here’s what the racks look like. I mean, we just scrub it
with that metal scrub brush, put it in the dishwasher. So, that’s my only rocket science there. Now these pans, since
I forgot to line them, I will put some hot, soapy water in there for when we get to scrubbin’. Now, I’m showing you
my knife set over here, because this is one of Travis
and I’s adult purchases. I wanna say within the last year. Finally, we were like, you know what? Let’s get a decent set of knives that’s better than a $40 set. So for many years, I think a few of these
are from our old set. These are from like a Paula Deen set, and they’re still holding up. We have a few of those left, and we saved ’em, ’cause this knife block had a few open slots. Now, several of these knives
are in the dishwasher. I don’t even know, how do you say that? Zwilling J A Henckels something, but anyway, this set
was supposed to be made in Germany, I believe. It is a very nice set. Travis loves to sharpen these knives, and any who, that’s another
kitchen tool that we love. Also, back here, get out here. Not really any great place to keep this. I still wanna get the pineapple slicer that my friend Sarah on
Our Tribe of Many has, but don’t have that, but I do
have this cantaloupe slicer. And so, this is super convenient,
and I love to use this. And then, of course, way
back here in the depths of my kitchen, we have
a handy dandy blender. Can’t go too many days without using it. It’s super for smoothies
and other cookin’, so we love this. And this was an upgrade for me. It’s a Black & Decker. I wanna say this one was
closer to the $40 range. Before that, my blenders
were like the Walmart, maybe the Mainstays brand
that were around 20. And so, this one was
just a little step up. One day, maybe I’ll have a
Vitamix or a nicer blender. Let me know in the comments below what your favorite blender models are. And then update on our water bottle saga, we still have our water bottles intact. I’m not super thrilled. I thought when I bought them, and you can see, someone
has put the wrong lids on the wrong bottles. I thought they were all this
type of spill-proof lid, and when we opened ’em, they were not. So, we were the family at
several sporting events that we would have kids just spill these. Yeah, yeah great, thanks Stewart family. Anyway, the miracle of miracles that I’m reporting to you, is all the water bottles are
still here and mismatched, but they’re here and that’s amazing. Many of you ask me where I store
all my glass baking dishes. Here’s where they go when
they’re not being used for freezer meals. I have a smaller one down here, but these are, I wanna say,
these are like a 10 by 13 or 14, and then I have nine by 13’s. So, these are great for
when I do my freezer meals. Now, this is where you’re
gonna see some clean dishes and some dirty dishes. So, this is a colander than I picked up at the restaurant supply store, when my friend Ashley and I went, and it’s just a nice big. This is the size I need. This is the size colander, and
you can see the comparison, that I’ve had more often than not. And you can see, we peeled
eggs in it this morning. So, this one is great just for
washing fruits and vegetables for noodles for so many, many things. And this one I’m always
bustin’ out the sides of. So, it was a nice upgrade
to get a bigger colander. Maybe there you can see
some of the size difference, but this one has been great. So, put that back in its washing station. And then, mixing bowls. Okay, so it is hard to
see how big this bowl is unless you see me cooking in it. This bowl is the love of my life. (laughs) It is a 30-quart stainless
steel mixin’ bowl. I got this on Amazon, but these are also at
the Restaurant Depot, so you can get it through my link below or go to Restaurant Depot and get it. But for many years, let’s see here, for many years I can probably find it, I had this one bowl, and I
thought it was oh so big. I think this might be
my original mixing bowl, and so I would do oatmeal in it, and I just would mix all the things, and that was so precious. (coughs) Because, I went from this
bowl to now this one, and I also have a collection
of other size bowls. This one’s nice and deep. I think this is like maybe
the second one I got, when I was trying to move up. And these can be hard to find at Walmart. I mean, Walmart is where I
get a lot of in person things that I buy, and so, this
one I just have used it for many, many years. But then, these bigger
ones I’ve had to order. This one, also, is from our washing stack. This is one, let’s see, I
think when I got my 30 quart, and I do use this often, I thought, okay, I need something in between the 30 quart and all of these. And so, this is another
one that I ordered. I will have to look
back at my Amazon orders and see, I mean, what do you think? Maybe it’s about 20 quarts
or so, maybe it was 18, but it was a step down from this. If you read the reviews on Amazon, people use it as like
a shower base. (laughs) I mean, it’s just massive, but whenever I’m doin’
my big, bulk cookin’, making a bunch of cookies, trying to make four to
seven meals at one time, so I have a bunch to freeze later. Batch cookin’ ground beef,
cookin’ chicken in bulk, so many things I mix in this bowl. It’s just what I need. Okay, and here are some more
of my favorite kitchen things. These little stands, I
use these all the time for slow cooker freezer meals,
Instant Pot freezer meals. They hold the baggies. Now, I do, because I
weigh my baggies down. Let’s shove in as much as possible. So, I will put extra
little clips on the end, but these are fantastic. And so, I might even have six of ’em. They came in a multipack. They weren’t that much. They’re super helpful. This precious measuring cup, I think this is something
my grandchildren will say, this is grandma’s old cup. But anyway, I’ve had this
at least 15 years or so. I mean, I’ve had that for a long time. This mixer, I’ve had for
a few years, as well. It’s a KitchenAid. It’s a hand mixer. I haven’t blown it up yet. You know, all my little cheap hand mixers, the whatever the lower-end
Walmart brand would be, I would blow up their
little motors so quickly. I have not killed this one yet. I haven’t smelled plastic yet. I mean, it’s been super reliable. I do have a six-quart
KitchenAid stand mixer, but more often than not, I will choose to just put these paddles in
and get out my big mixing bowl and hand mix something. I love it. It has not done me wrong. As far as cooking utensils, a few of mine also
still in the dishwasher, but some of my favorite things. Now this is another, I probably got this little soup ladle the same day I got this. I’ve had this spoon for at least 15 years. It has done served its purpose. I also like to use wooden
spoons when I’m cooking. We got a potato masher,
a decent set of tongs, and then these I also got at
the restaurant supply store. I had another nice soup spoon
that was even a thicker metal, and I don’t know where that one has gone. Now, another tool, and I can
see how dusty it is right now, although, Travis uses the air
fryer a couple times a week for different things. He will do things for the kids in there. He also does steaks in there. He does all kinds of interesting
things with the air fryer. Maybe one day we’ll have him do some air fryer videos for us, but we are enjoying this air fryer. I think it’s a five quart, which was the biggest I could find, but for quick dad things, it works. Okay then, so in my stock pot collection, I was gonna show you my favorite. So this is my beast of a stock pot. It is a 22 quart. Travis got this for me at
Walmart several years ago. I wanna say, it was almost $70. It’s a good quality pot, and you’ll see it linked down in the description below. Sometimes you can get it for
69 but sometimes it’s 79 or 80. So it, again, good good pot. This pot, I think, is an 18 quart. I think I got this at Walmart, as well. I forget now, but it
was the same situation where I got the big pot, but I didn’t always need the big pot. I wanted a step down. So, that’s when I got this one. And this one, I just got
because it looked pretty, and it was at Ikea. And this is a 16 quart, and there are times when this
one comes in handy, as well. And then, believe it or
not, these muffin tins, whenever I bought ’em, a
couple of my friends said that they may not heat well, but somehow in my crazy oven, they work. So, this way, I can do
48 muffins at a time. You know, if I’m having
a big, batch cooking day, which those happen, I very well, I might make 200 or
more muffins, cupcakes. They’re just, again,
great for batch cooking. They totally fill up
my oven, both of them, usually at a slight little
angle, but they work. They get the job done,
and I use ’em a lot. And as always, continue to keep
watching videos right here, because it just helps the
YouTube world go round, and YouTube is only gonna put up what they think is the best
video for you right here. I’ll see you real soon, bye-bye.

100 comments on “😍Jamerrill’s FAV LARGE FAMILY COOKING Kitchen TOOLS!😍”

  1. Jamerrill Stewart, Large Family Table says:

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  2. Pam Hall says:

    Loved your video, as always. I feel A”dirty” kitchen is a happy, used kitchen. One that is a showplace, is not used. 😉 your kitchen was not dirty!!! It is a used kitchen. You simply amaze me with all you have on your plate. ❤️

  3. Lilly andrews says:

    Happy Tuesday everyone from Trinidad and Tobago,I love watching you cooking large meals even though we are a family of four

  4. Amber Feist says:

    I have a vitamix and it is something I cannot live without. It is an investment but I use it for so many things. I make homemade applesauce in about 30 seconds. I can a lot as well so making tomato sauce and fruit purees for jams is just awesome!

  5. Amber Sifford says:

    Love your channel!

  6. Fields Full House says:

    I was so excited I got an instant pot for Christmas, then I almost caught it on fire! 🤦‍♀️😳 yeah… I def need to get a bigger mixing bowl! We have out grown our biggest one. Thanks for sharing! You gave me some great ideas on what will help make my cooking time more efficient for our family.

  7. Dee Bee says:

    Something I use in recipes is a starter mix of pulverized vegetables (celery, onion, garlic, 1/2 a carrot, parsely) then pulverize it in a food processor. Add it to recipes as they cook in the pressure cooker. You will be amazed at the flavor plus it adds good nutrition. Try it you will like it!

  8. Midge Silvers says:

    Would love to see the steak Travis does in airfryer, tell him he doesn't have to be on camera lol the talking hand will do just fine!

  9. Jules Cannon says:

    thanks for showing your kitchen gadgetry. 🙂 If or when you're ready to buy new knives again, have a look at Cutco. they're made in Olean NY. They don't really advertise, and they aren't sold in stores. They are excellent knives! They come with a forever guarantee and lifetime sharpening. 🙂

  10. Linda Warzala says:

    Love your video! Especially your cooking ones. Just a tip, don't put your knives in your dishwasher. The knives get dull if put in the dishwasher.

  11. April Hutchens says:

    I had that exact blender! I just replaced it with a Ninja because I make smoothies twice a day. The Ninja is AWESOME. I got a set from Walmart that had a big blender, a NutriNinja, and a food processor all together for $149.

    Ninja Supra Kitchen Blender System with Food Processor


  12. Amber Reitz says:

    New subscriber from Cooperstown Pennsylvania! love your channel I'm enjoying my day off watching.Thanks for sharing.

  13. Annette M says:

    "Zwilling" is German and means twin 👍
    I have those knives too , they are awesome.

  14. Typhanie Blake says:

    your eyelashes in the beginning are gorgeous!! you dont wear falsies do you?…

  15. Debra canham frugal life says:

    Great video as always hun ❤️

  16. Annette Rose says:

    I'm shocked you didn't show your slow cookers

  17. Donna Symoniak says:

    Love my air fryer….does more than I ever imagined♥️

  18. Armors&Arrows says:

    OK, I’m going to be honest. I think it was two years ago around Thanksgiving that you show that roaster pan so I went out and got one the same day. They are definitely more expensive on Amazon, definitely check Walmart if anyone is interested in getting one.As my family is growing, I need to put mine to use more. How long do you cook the ground beef in it?

  19. Mary Reynolds says:

    You’ve got a nice bunch of kitchen tools, Jamerrill! Hey, you might know where to get this…I have an electric skillet, somehow though the cord has turned up missing 🙁 Do you have any idea where to get another? I sure miss using it!

  20. Kerry Verity says:

    Jamerrill, please don't put your knives in the dishwasher. Those knives will last forever if you hand wash them!! Thanks for the video !

  21. Michelle Barham says:

    Did you see the Instant Pot blender? You can cook your soup and then puree it all in the blender😱

  22. Momma Hen says:

    Jamerill, Niki, and Andrea (Mills) are my favorite large family Youtube Momma’s! I learn so much from each of you! Meal time is my biggest struggle with my large family so I really enjoy watching to see how you pull it off and have it organized.

  23. Melanie Boettner says:

    Thanks for the tour! I have baked my bacon for years, too. One thing I have found to help cleaning the pans (because I never remember to line them) is a bench scraper. Mine has a beveled edge (as they all do, I think), and will just get all that baked on stuff right up. I don't even have to soak them. I also use the scraper to get the gunk off my counter tops before I properly clean them. It's a great multi-purpose thing to have around.

  24. Sara Perts says:

    Do you mean that you freeze meals in glass baking dishes? Does it weaken the glass? Ever have one break in the oven? (I recall a friend saying she freezes with Mason jars but then they sometimes break if she tries to can with them later afterward)

  25. Randi says:

    Your knives will last a lot longer if you wash them by hand!

  26. Yvonne Styhr says:

    Henkel knives are good quality, but you should hand wash them, not the dishwasher. Thank you for sharing all of your kitchen tools.

  27. Sophie Farrington says:

    Tell us what eye shadow you're wearing! The sparkly stuff above your eyeliner, it's GORGEOUS!

  28. Lisa Walker says:

    Hi. Jamerill from Lisa in Cincinnati OH. I love your nail color in this video.

  29. Eileen Killen says:

    Love you Jamerril 😘😃😆🌴☘

  30. BustlingHome says:

    Is your sink big enough to wash the 30 qt bowl? We might have to use the laundry room sink instead of the standard double-bowl kitchen sink.

    You didn't mention griddles here. Do you favor griddles for anything?

  31. Ma of Six says:

    I love your videos. I am a bit jealous of that mixing bowl. I just look at it and think I could give my babies a bath in that and prep up food. Double uses. 👍

  32. The Life of a Homeschool Mom says:

    You have all the great tips!! Thank you for making this video & sharing all of these large family cooking tools. Your bowls are bowl goals 😂 that will be my next purchase

  33. Nuttall Vlogs says:

    Jamerrill, I use my apple slicer (a mini version of your cantaloup slicer) to slice my pineapples. I just cut the bumpy skin off and then line the central circle bit with the woody core of the pineapple and it cuts the pineapple perfectly into batons. You could even do skin on slices and then the kids could eat them like watermelon slices. xx

  34. Saylor Party Of 5 says:

    Love all three of you ladies! Y’all are my favorite YouTube gals!

  35. Andrea Dawson says:

    Jamerrill, I have a question about your gowise pressure cooker. I have heard that the ceramic lining in the cooking pot chips off after a couple of years. Have you had any trouble with this? I want to invest in that 14-quart pressure cooker for many reasons, including canning. Have you used your gowise for any canning? Thanks for your channel. I love your smiles and uplifting spirit! Your testimony is so beautiful! God bless!

  36. Stephanie Leigh says:

    I purchased the large GoWise pressure cooker solely based on your YouTube video. I am extremely happy with it so thank you for your recommendation! I am NOT a large family, but I do bulk cook and freeze meals for 5.

  37. Rebekah Spears says:

    Would you recommend an eight quart instant pot for someone that loves alone? I already have a crock pot, but thinking about getting an instant pot more for its ability to can things.

  38. Ann Beekeners says:

    I love my vitamix. I know someone who has 5 children and the vitamix has lasted 25 years and still going strong.

  39. M R says:

    Great video idea!

  40. Enneki says:

    real life is the only life! yay for it <3

  41. Enneki says:

    wooow your nails look superduper in this video. the red is shining

  42. Taming the Frizz says:

    Wow, that giant bowl could be an indoor pool for Benjamin. 😂💕 Loved watching each of your videos. Great tips for families of all sizes.

  43. Christina In Michigan says:

    Since I moved in with my son and his family we now have 2 18 quart roasters, a 22 quart roaster, 3 crockpots an 6,8 and 10 quart, a kitchen aid stand mixer, a ninja, a food processor and a Belgium waffle maker. I think that is besides cookware and pots and pans. Oops forgot 1 IP and a 3 and 8 quart air fryer. I could use a bigger air fryer lol. Love the video.

  44. Danielle Crain says:

    We love our Ninja blender. I've had it for 3 years – its a workhorse.

  45. paperandblackroses says:

    Love my Vitamix!

  46. Crystal Swan says:

    I only have 3 kids but I learn so much from you n other large family n it saves money thank luv your video's

  47. Peggyann Smith says:

    Your knives are the best quality, in my opinion of course. Please reconsider putting them in the dish washer. They will
    last longer with hand washing.

  48. Tamson Darland says:

    I bought a large roll of silicone reusable sheeting that you can cut to size. I bought the roll from QVC. I love my silicone sheeting. Just cut to size for baking sheet you use alot of. Don't have to buy aluminum foil or parchment paper anymore. Saves me expenses on buying foil and parchment paper. I just rinse off silicone and throw in dishwasher. Do not have to use oil or grease silicone either. Works great from baking anything to broiling anything. Love love ❤️ Tamson

  49. Tamson Darland says:

    I think you need more kitchen sinks…..😁 Love Tamson 😇 💖

  50. Kimberly Snyder says:

    Sprinkle a greasy pan with salt before you soak in hot soapy water and you will have zero greasy residue. I used to do this to the bacon pans in the restaurant I managed. Works great!

  51. Nan Nan says:

    I would love to know how you do steak in the Air fryer

  52. Ash says:

    I would love to see some Travis air fryer videos ❤️

  53. Francoise Vlogs says:

    I have a cuisinart blender

  54. Melody Spicer says:

    I’d love to see some videos on the air fryer I’ve been contemplating buying one.

  55. Ana Lemus says:

    Hi friend how are you?? ❤️ love your channel…I have the ninja blender. I love it , it’s my second one..! I know you will love it too. God bless.

  56. Rachel says:

    Oh Mrs Stewart.. you look amazing with those lashes on!!!

  57. Rachel says:

    I LOVE afarmhousefull!!!!! Love love love my Nicci!!

  58. Tamalam9 says:

    Have you thought about putting a shelf around the top of the kitchen, about 2 feet from the ceiling, on the wall edge? I did that, and I put my bowl collections, lots of my bigger pots, etc up there. I had it built like 72 inches long, 2 feet out & had metal pipe used for a bar that runs the length. I use S hooks on that for more pot hanging. Gets things up, out of the way & easy to spot. I do have to use a kitchen step ladder to retrieve items, but I desperately needed the space and the only place to go in my kitchen was UP!

  59. Camille Coopersmith says:

    Love your mega meal videos

  60. Anne-Marie says:

    My mom used to burn up a hand mixer every year making divinity at Christmas.

  61. apfelprincess45 says:

    I'm sure you also know large families A Country Life (Catholic family homeschooling 7 kids on a WI cranberry farm) and also Amy Maryon and her large brood. Both are terrific!

  62. apfelprincess45 says:

    Another great kitchen tool that I've seen some of the large family channels talk about are the star shaped meat choppers (either Oxo, Hamburger helper brand or others) You can buy them on Amazon or at Walmart for about $6-8 and they just break down minced meat and chicken breasts etc. Useful I would think for hug quantities of meat!

  63. loreanne caruana says:

    Love, 'dedication to Youtube, take dirty dishes out of the sink.' You are so real! Lol

  64. Sarah Cox says:

    I love how you stored your water bottles. My husband really likes the idea too. We have the same water bottles. We went to 6 flags theme park last weekend and I did not realize my little guy hadn't closed his water bottle and I put it in his sisters back pack. It got VERY wet, lol.

  65. Extremely Frugal Tiny House Living says:


  66. bellavita904 says:

    I love my Nutribullet blender. It blends things so smoothly like a vitamix. I had a ninja blender and smoothies were still so grainy so I returned it. I got my nutribullet at Kohl’s and used one of their coupons so you don’t have to pay full price. So easy to wash too!

  67. Meet The McDaniel's says:

    I love all your videos so much! My 4yr old has enrollment to start school tomorrow but I'm still considering homeschooling as I'm a stay at home mom with a 4 year old & 2 year old. How would I get started on homeschooling????

  68. Nancy Juliano says:

    I love watching ur videos all that cooking u do and u still look beautiful I have the same brand of knives as u and u have to hand wash them or the handles will get ruined in the dishwasher love ur videos love u and ur family❤️

  69. mrTabascohot says:

    Nails on point.

  70. Everyday I'm BRUSSELIN' says:

    You need to get a farm house sink. I do Catering from my home and those bowls are hard to clean in a standard sink. As you know 🙂 great video

  71. Sea Breeze Cottage says:

    Hi Jamerrill, Love this Vlog!!♥️♥️ Give precious Benjamin 1 or 2 plastic/wooden spoons….. he could enjoy playing drums on your metal bowl collection! 😉 Well, I do batch muffins a lot. 🎉🎉 Do you have a link available to purchase your 24 count muffin pans??? Thank you so much.♥️♥️😄👍

  72. Nan Silas says:

    I found a good way now to scrub baking pans soak in hot water and a dryer sheet next morning no scrubbing it's magic

  73. Imallama Too says:

    Love watching your videos! It shames me into getting off my keister and cooking. 😂 I only have one 22 yr old, but I cook for up to 75 people at our church on Wednesday nights. Your big batch cooking inspires me! I can't afford the Vitamix either, but the Ninja is FABULOUS! Great affordable option for those of us on a budget. God bless you and your beautiful family!

  74. preppingmama says:

    Here are mine: Instant Pot, Bosch Universal Mixer, Vitamix, Stainless Steel Bowls, Good Knives

  75. Donna Terry says:

    I have had my blender for 48 years. It is an Oster blender. I believe top of the line at the time. I call it my Faith blender because I bought it shortly after my daughter Faith was born because when I was in the hospital having her we lost everything to a hurricane.

  76. Petra Blum says:

    Zwilling = Twin (knifes)

  77. Life With Mrs B says:

    So many good pieces 😀 i love my pressure cooker! I feel like my kitchen is always dirty haha

  78. amanda harland says:

    are your nails naturally thick and healthy like that? or are those gels or acrylic?

  79. sherrijohnsongray says:

    My family has used a Vitamix for about 5 years. It was pricey but I think it's worth the investment as the less expensive blenders seem to wear out after a period of time. The Vitamix is heavy duty and we wouldn't use any other blender.

  80. Homeschool life with Shabby Chick says:

    I have that blender. It has been great for daily use. I also have a ninja and I like it better unless all my kids want smoothies 😂

  81. Homeschool life with Shabby Chick says:

    What hair color do you use and what is your natural color? Wondering if it would work for me.

  82. Emmmyy says:

    I don’t even need large kitchen things I just love how humble and calm you always are I just have to watch all your videos ❤️

  83. Amber Murray says:

    I have had a vitamix for about 8 years now. I bought a refurbished one in a sale. Its been worth every penny. My favorite thing to do is grind my own flours. The blender can literally grind anything up. I accidentally blended up a plastic blender bottle ball in my smoothie one time. Oops fine chopped red plastic through my smoothie 😆 #momlife

  84. carrie edmonson says:

    I had the vitamin and honestly I returned back to Costco an went and bought the ninja blender that comes with the shake cups and the food processor. I am loving it and it was only $140 at bed bath and beyond with my 20% coupon. They ship for free

  85. Dody dody says:


  86. shemom4 says:

    I love seeing your dirty dishes! It just means you live a real life. Thanks for the tips.

  87. Geneva Brown says:

    Surprised to not see an electric kettle.. I never believed in them until I got one.. Mom of many here- game changer! Love mine..

  88. lemoncrinckles says:

    You're such a sweetie. It's always a pleasure to watch you. (:

  89. Katie Trapnell says:

    Future video featuring talking travis hands featuring air fryer 😉

  90. Victoria Henshaw says:

    If you spray your bacon racks with non stick spray you can skip the scrubbing stage, it come right off in the dishwasher ! Win win 😊

  91. Angela Allen says:

    I love my ninja blender. It’s really powerful and is on sale at Costco or Sams often.

  92. Kristin kalesse says:

    Love your make up!! Though I will say you dont need it!!!! We love your videos, keep them coming!! I cook, clean & eat watching new & old 😊😊

  93. Eileen Killen says:

    We eat loads of potatoes here in this Irish household!!! Have them everyday if I can!!!! 🌼💐🌻

  94. Mike Mershon says:

    Love your videos! I am a 79 year young great grandma to 5 with more on the way. Since it is just my husband & me, I don't need huge cooking days but you have inspired ~e to do smaller batch cooking to fit us. Love having those meals in the freezer! Many, many thanks for the recipes & the inspiration. You are an amazing woman,wife & mother. God Bless You!

  95. duhonmomma says:

    Have you cooked a turkey or ham in your roaster? How big was it? My oven isn't working right now and I'm making due with two toaster oven. But I have a few turkeys and hams from Thanksgiving and Christmas that I'd like to cook up. Suggestions?

  96. Bonita Jukes says:

    What is keenwa. Sorry not sure of the spelling.

  97. theresa lynes says:

    Your knives are Henkle. We have had ours for years.

  98. tasha mason says:

    I have been watching you for a while now… I love that you keep it real… But what I admire the most is your standards and morals you pass onto your kids… You have a wonderful husband that supports you all… You inspire so many people with your honesty and life… Keep up the great work and take care of your large crew lol xx

  99. Kathy Courington says:

    We have a Ninja blender. Love it

  100. Kathy Courington says:

    Kitchen aid is the best!

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