April 12, 2007
Same french oven, but new summer color. Pretend you are on a beach while you cook.
At Creuset Caribbean Blue Enameled Cast Iron Oval French Ovens
April 11, 2007
I didn't know Le Creuset made woks, but here one is.
This wok combines the genius of the original Chinese design with the beauty and performance of French enameled cast iron. The shallow sloping shape features a matte interior that allows cooked food to cling to the sides while you finish cooking in the hot center. You can fry, saute, boil, steam, or braise in it, then bring it to the table for serving.
The tight-fitting lid forms the perfect seal for gentle cooking and optimum flavor. Use Le Creuset on gas, electric, induction, and ceramic-top ranges and in the oven (the phenolic knobs and handles are oven-safe to 450 degrees F.).
At Kitchen Universe
April 4, 2007
It is black bakeware day at Kitchen Contraptions. I love the black. These porcelain baking pans come in three sizes -- 20 oz, 48 oz, or 70 oz. They are dishwasher safe.
At Revol 'Eclipse' Graphite Bakers
A broiler pan is an essential in our household. The rack holds food above the pan so fat can drip away. This pan has a stick-free porcelain enamel-on-steel to make it easy to get the food off and to clean up.
March 27, 2007
I'm intrigued by the spikes on the lid for self-basting:
Staub’s signature piece La Cocotte (French oven) is used by chefs around the world for its superior heat distribution and retention, durability and beauty. Tight-fitting lids have spikes inside to ensure continuous self-basting. Doesn’t need to be seasoned.
At Staub Enameled Cast Iron La Cocottes
March 21, 2007
This stainless steel saucepan can be used on its own or with the included egg poaching cups. Each cup has a nonstick coating and a handle, so you can remove each egg individually when it is perfectly poached. It comes in four cup or six cup sets
March 12, 2007
Everyone needs a good saucepan. This stainless steel pot has flat sides and a flat bottom, and comes with a steamer insert.
March 9, 2007
The benefit of this griddle is that you don't need to use a lot of oil to cook with it. It is nonstick and compact--just 11 inches. Just looking at it makes me want pancakes. . .
At Calphalon One Nonstick 11" Square Griddle
February 28, 2007
Does your kitchen need more diamonds? This casserole dish has a non-stick surface made by combining nano-composite technology with diamond crystals. Huh? Well, whatever. Supposedly it makes an indestructible non-stick cooking surface that won't crack, blister, or peel. This extra deep 8" x 13" size roaster can be used in oven, broiler, or stovetop.
At Kitchen Universe
January 10, 2007
Cooking with a clay pot supposedly allows you to cook without any liquids. You soak the pot in water before cooking and the water is released while the pot is cooking. It can be used in the oven and the microwave.