Among the variety of cookware from domestic and foreign firms, Staub cookware has an amazing design. Manufacturers have perfected the process of manufacturing cast-iron pans, pots, sauté pans, roasters and duck pans. Presented a wide range of cocottes – the traditional French utensils for cooking first and second courses.Continue reading…
When it comes to cast iron cookware, it’s all about Staub and Le Creuset. These two are certified high-quality brands but they also come with a hefty price tag. Over the last few years, many economical cookware have cropped up and one of them is Lodge.
Lodge is the only full line of American-made cast iron cookware. With over 120 years of experience, every Lodge cookware is made for durability, versatility and easy release finish. To top it all, Lodge offers its products at a fraction of the cost. Here let’s look at the comparison of Lodge vs. Le Creuset Skillet.Continue reading…
In short, of course you should. Nowadays, the range of cookware you can find in the market is as high as ever and some of us might get confused when making a choice.
Let’s discuss it in detail, shall we? Obviously, any cookware has its advantages and disadvantages. When choosing cookware for your kitchen, you should consider what types of food you cook, the cooking methods you are going to apply, and temperature you are going to use. Versatility and durability of cookware are other things to keep in mind.
One of the indisputable advantages of stainless steel cookware is its durability. Other advantages are that it doesn’t react with food, it doesn’t absorb any smells, it won’t rust and is resistant to corrosion. A bonus is that you can wash it in the dishwasher. One more thing lots of people admire about it is that this cookware looks great: silvery cookware will make your kitchen look bright and professional.
The only things to be aware of here are that, to keep it looking bright and new, you should take good care of the cookware and that stainless steel may contain nickel and chromium, which can leak into food when your cookware is scratched or worn, which again brings us to the same question, i.e. taking proper care of your cookware.
Using aluminum cookware, you may risk having trace amounts of aluminum in your food, which is, of course, not a good idea. However, nowadays cookware manufacturers use hard-anodized aluminum which is a good alternative to stainless steel as hard anodized cookware is usually very durable and quite inexpensive. Moreover, hard-anodized aluminum is a good heat conductor. This cookware is very easy to take care of and can be cleaned in the dishwasher.Continue reading…