Kathie Lee & Hoda: Sissy Biggers Interview
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb were joined in the studio by Sissy Biggers, Food and Lifestyle Expert, as she shared some essentials for a functioning kitchen for a college student on a budget, including Keurig Mini Coffee Brewer, Sunbeam Hot Pot, Norpro Flexible Cutting Mats and more.
College on a Budget: Keurig Mini Coffee Brewer Review
Sissy Biggers suggested a Mini Coffee Brewer for $99 from Keurig. She said it has three different ways to measure and really simple and it brews over ice too, so it will make an iced coffee. Sissy said that will keep the barista bill down.
Sissy Biggesr: Sunbeam Hot Pot Review
Sissy Biggers suggested a Sunbeam Hot Pot for $12.99 from Target. Sissy said the Hot Pot boils waters in two minutes.
College on a Budget: Tupperware Microwave Pasta Maker Review
Sissy Biggers suggested a Microwave Pasta Maker for $29.99 from Tupperware. She said you can cook, drain, serve and store in one container.
Sissy Biggers: Bialetti Shop Non-Stick Fry Pan Review
Sissy Biggers suggested a Non-Stick Fry Pan for $39.99 from Bialett Shop. She said they are ceramic-coated, aluminum bottom pan. This is for the apartment dweller, because you usually can’t have them in the dorm.
String Net Shopping Bags & Copper Wire Three Tier Kitchen Hanging Basket Review
Sissy Biggers suggested String Net Shopping Bags. She said they are a great way to bring home your groceries and they fold up for easy storage. She also suggested Copper Wire Three Tier Kitchen Hanging Basket. Sissy said they are easy to hang in any part of the apartment to save some space.
Sissy Biggers: Oxo Review
Sissy Biggers said to invest in a can opener, colander, kitchen scissors and tongs from $9.99-19.99 from Oxo. They are great things to have for an apartment.
College on a Budget: Norpro Flexible Cutting Mat Review
Sissy Biggers suggested a Flexible Cutting Mat for $9.99 from Norpro. Sissy said these are simple rather than having a heavy cutting board. If they get worn out, you can toss them out and they are not expensive.
College on a Budget: Tundra Fire Extinguisher In A Can Review
Sissy Biggers suggested Tundra Fire Extinguisher In A Can for $19.99 from First Alert and a Jar Safe Ball Candle Can Safe, so you can secretly hide your money and no one knows.