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Rada Mfg. Co. manufactures kitchen knives and utensils in Waverly, Iowa. Rada Cutlery is 100% Made in the USA and is sold by Fundraising Groups (churches, schools, teams and clubs) and by Independent Sellers (typically owner operated stores, home party consultants and event sellers). We have been helping cooks since 1948.

Cooking Together | Reasons to Cook at Home
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Cooking Together | Reasons to Cook at Home

Do you know about the importance of cooking and eating with your family? In this day and age, it can be tough especially with a wild family schedule and jobs. But it’s important to take that time to do so, because the benefits are lasting. Eating & Cooking with Family Children benefit greatly from the […]

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Rada Grapefruit Knife | Replace Your Grapefruit Spoon
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Rada Grapefruit Knife | Replace Your Grapefruit Spoon

Do you ever find the job of cutting a grapefruit a daunting task? Now with the Rada Cutlery Grapefruit Knife, eating a grapefruit is much easier and less messy than using a grapefruit spoon. The Best Grapefruit Knife   The Rada Grapefruit Knife has a 3 3/8 inch blade. This special knife has a blade that has […]

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Ingredient Substitutions | Creative Ideas for Missing Ingredients
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Ingredient Substitutions | Creative Ideas for Missing Ingredients

Are you out of an ingredient you need to fulfill a recipe yet have no time or desire to run to the store? Try these easy substitutions for any of the following ingredients. You’re sure to have some of these basic items in your kitchen or pantry to fulfill that one missing ingredient. Half & Half: For […]

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The Knife that Grandma Used | Keeping Rada Cutlery in the Family
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The Knife that Grandma Used | Keeping Rada Cutlery in the Family

When one sees a Rada knife being used, the first thought that often comes to mind is That’s the knife my grandmother used (YouTube video)! Since 1948, Rada Cutlery has held a place in family tradition all over the United States. Many will remember going to their grandmother’s house and watching her slice up fruits […]

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Kitchen Knives | Battle of Rada Cutlery: Which Do You Prefer?
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Kitchen Knives | Battle of Rada Cutlery: Which Do You Prefer?

Among the many difficult decisions we make, we have cutlery dilemmas too! Which should you use: serrated or straight-edge knives? Paring or steak? Check out our analyses on some of our favorite knives. Straight-Edge vs. Serrated Knives We make several knives with the utility or serrated option. One is our Paring Knife. The Granny Paring, Peeling […]

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Cooking with Rada Knives is Economical | Supporting American Business
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Cooking with Rada Knives is Economical | Supporting American Business

Are you one of the many Americans that come home from work and slide some leftovers in the microwave? Do you even bother to make a meal to get leftovers from? While many of us may feel we lack the time and energy to cook, it is in fact very important that we do so. […]

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Petite Bacon & Egg Quiches | Bacon Cooking Tip
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Petite Bacon & Egg Quiches | Bacon Cooking Tip

Interested in a quick and easy breakfast treat? Try these Mini Bacon & Egg Quiches. This recipe comes from our cookbook Party Snacks to Share. This book is chock-full of tasty little appetizers for any office, classroom, or family party. Try these at a breakfast party some time! How to Make Mini Bacon & Egg […]

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Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole Recipe | Tator Tot Hot Dish with a Twist
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Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole Recipe | Tator Tot Hot Dish with a Twist

Looking for a new dish to spice up your family suppertime? Or wouldn’t you love to impress friends and family with a tasty dish at a potluck or family reunion? Try this recipe for Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole! It’s a breeze to make and delicious to eat. Recipe for Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole Here is what you will […]

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Twenty-Two Tips for Cooking and Baking | Simple Tricks You Should Know
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Twenty-Two Tips for Cooking and Baking | Simple Tricks You Should Know

Stubby Butcher – cut up cooked & raw meats or other prep tasks We bet that you’ve been around the block with cooking, but there might be some things you don’t know that would make the job a lot easier on you. Check out these 22 tips about everything from herbs and broths to cookies […]

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Children's Theatre Fundraising | Community Playhouse Fundraiser
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Children’s Theatre Fundraising | Community Playhouse Fundraiser

What a great time to bring your kids to the local Children’s Theatre and enjoy a show! Many cities have a community theater program that also includes a children’s theatre. These programs put on multiple performances each year by actors and performers from the local area. Why Children’s Theatres Need Fundraising Expenses that go into […]

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