Friday, November 16, 2012

Quality Home Cookware – How Do You Choose?

The wide array of cookware options available makes it confusing when trying to decide how to outfit your kitchen with high-quality essentials. Your cookware choices depend on your individual needs, but there are a few essentials that every home chef needs. A small, well-seasoned cast iron pan is indispensable for frying up omelets, hamburger patties and more. If you are looking for a quality brand to stock your kitchen with, you can't go wrong with KitchenAid® cookware. Check out their options in stainless steel or anodized aluminum for simple, non-toxic and long lasting kitchen essentials.
When choosing cookware, material is your number one consideration. Cast iron is the best material for a bachelor chef. A cast iron frying pan serves up everything from fried chicken to French toast. A seasoned cast iron pan is the most non-stick pan you can find without the toxic flakes that come off Teflon-coated pans. Cast iron also cleans up very easily and stands up to harsh scrubbing. If you are a more serious chef, consider a set of anodized aluminum. KitchenAid anodized cookware is a long time favorite of home cooks and professional chefs alike. Stainless steel is another non-toxic and durable option for a serious chef. 

Knowing more about cookware materials and what each material is best suited for helps you sort through the maze of options on the store shelves and choose the right set for your cooking needs. When you have a great set of cookware that you love to use, cooking is more fun.

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