The proper cookware delivers better cooking performance and results.
Some tasks, like sautéing, require fast heating, while others, like braising, are better suited to slow heat. Aluminum and Copper heat and cool quickly. Cast Iron takes a while to heat but maintains that heat evenly for a longer time. Stainless steel is usually paired with one of the more conductive metals like aluminum, and should be a part of any good cook’s set. And let’s not forget that having a good durable non-stick frying pan for eggs or bacon will make your life much easier! For a taste of the South, try cooking in a smoker- it’s so easy and the flavors are amazing!
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When shopping for a Cookware set, look at the pots and pans that come with it, and be sure that the majority of them are pieces that you will actually use. The content of sets will vary, but generally you'll find at least one frying pan, a saucepan or two, a saute pan and dutch oven or stock pot.
Use a stovetop smoker when you'd like to get that delicious slow-smoked flavor without firing up the outdoor smoker and waiting all day. In just 20-30 minutes, dinner will be on the table and the flavor will be amazing!
Choose the Mini Smoker if you're cooking for one or two, or the full-size Smoker if you're cooking for a larger group, or like to have leftovers. (Smoked chicken salad, anyone?)
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A good roasting pan will be sturdy, large enough for your Thanksgiving turkey, and more versatile than you'd imagine.
Use it for making gravy, for oven-braising, to roast nice big batches of vegetables, to make a big batch of lasagna or as a water bath for custards or souffles. You'll find yourself using it all year round!
What's the difference between Grill Pans and Griddles? It's simple- griddles are flat, while grill pans have raised ridges that will give sear marks to your food.
Use your griddle for pancakes, eggs, bacon or paninis. Save the grill pan for steaks, fish, vegetables, burgers- any time you'd like to get those fresh-off-the-grill markings without the mess and nuisance of firing up your outdoor grill. Choose single- or double-burner size, depending on the capacity you need.
Nonstick cookware is really the best way to go when cooking delicate items like eggs, or if you're trying to reduce the amount of fat you use when cooking. All of the nonstick cookware we sell is either made without certain potentially dangerous chemicals used in the making of Teflon (known as PFOAs and PTFEs), or has gone through a process during manufacturing which burns off or removes these chemicals. While all nonstick cookware does have a limited life, if you purchase good quality and take care of it, a nonstick pan can last you 5-10 years.
Tip- Don't use olive oil when frying. It can't handle the heat, and can leave a tarry residue on your pan that makes food stick.
Stainless steel cookware is the best choice when it comes to easy-care cookware that will last you for decades. Choose clad stainless for the best performance. It features multiple layers, which include an inner layer of aluminum or copper to conduct the heat quickly and evenly, while having stainless steel on the outside and inside for easy maintenance.
Should your stainless become discolored, a good stainless steel cleaner can bring it back to a like-new finish.
Ah, Cast Iron- the top choice of traditionalists everywhere. If you weren't fortunate enough to inherit your grandma's cast iron skillet, start with your own piece now and develop the next family heirloom.
There are two options when it comes to Cast Iron Cookware- traditional cast iron, which needs to be cared for properly in order to develop a seasoning, and enameled cast iron, which, while more expensive, is more forgiving and does not need to be seasoned. Only you can decide which will better fit your needs.