Month: July 2013

Kitchen Gadgets and Tools

Your first step is to look at the type of cooking that you do on a regular basis. For everyday cooking you will want to have some basic essential kitchen tools. These types of tools often come in sets in a handy holder that sits on your kitchen counter.

You’ll notice there’s a difference in the actual tools that you get, as well as the price. Think about who you’re buying this for yourself or is it a gift for someone?

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Norpro Stainless Steel Wide Mouth Funnel with Silicone Strainer Review

This funnel is particularly useful for canning and for straining liquids into wide rim jars. You can easily filter the liquid with the silicone strainer. The benefits of using a quality funnel/strainer are that you can transfer hot liquids and solids between containers easily and safely. Who wants to deal with a nasty burn? Plus you won’t end up with messy and sticky hands.

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Cook N Home 15 Piece Nonstick Cookware Set Review

This 15 piece Cook N Home Nonstick Cookware Set is the perfect starter set of pots, pans and skillets for the newly married couple, the college student leaving home or anyone who’s just starting out. It comes complete with nylon utensils to protect the non-stick coating so you can be assured it will last a long time.

It’s affordably priced, so it makes a great gift if you know someone who is just getting their own place. It’s also small enough that it’s perfect for small kitchens like you find in apartment buildings or even college dorms.

The Cook N Home set includes a covered 6-quart Dutch oven, a covered 3-quart casserole, a covered 1-quart sauce pan, a covered 2-quart sauce pan, an 8″ frying pan, a 10″ frying pan, and a 5-piece set of nylon tools.

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About Cookware and Pots and Pans

Stainless steel is made from iron and other metals, which is strong and resists against wear and tear. It’s inexpensive, long lasting and is most popular in North America.

Stainless steel cookware should be washed in hot, soapy water or a warm ammonia and water solution, thoroughly rinsed and immediately dried to avoid water spots. Use mild, stainless steel cleaners or light scouring with a plastic or stainless steel scouring pad to remove most stains; don’t use steel wool, chlorine bleach or alcohol

Ceramic pottery, enamel or glass cookware is easily cleaned and can be heated to fairly high temperatures.

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