April 26, 2006
How do you like your eggs? Poached or in omelete form? With this pan, you can choose either. The hinged omelete pan lets you cook both sides and then fold over to combine. There is also a three cup insert for poaching eggs. Breakfast for everyone!
At The Home Marketplace
March 27, 2006
I have so many pots that don't have lids. This claims to be the answer. The lid is offered in two sizes and should fit virtually any round pot or pan. Made with stainless steel and glass, it has concentric tiered rings to provide a secure fit on a variety of pan sizes.
March 24, 2006
If you really want a baked potato, but your microwave and oven are occupied, what can you do? Well, if you have this pan, you can bake a potato on the stove.
At The Home Marketplace
March 1, 2006
The product desciption is making my mouth water:
This Asian-style cast-iron pan is designed for grilling strips of meat and poultry as savory additions to Thai-style salads, Vietnamese noodle dishes and Korean barbecue. The unique dome-shaped interior not only provides a large surface for cooking long strips of meat but also allows juices to drip down for easy pour-off from a spout. Preseasoned and ready to use, the cast-iron pan heats up quickly and retains sizzling-hot temperatures well; ridges produce attractive grill marks on food. 12" diam.
February 15, 2006
Who doesn't want to cook in a pig baking dish? This 3-quart casserole is safe for the microwave and the oven up to 450 F. Plus, it is made with clay from the Andes Mountains. Now that is some serious clay.
At Pig Baking Dish
February 10, 2006
Toasted sesame seeds are a nice touch on many dishes. This sesame toasting pan has a wire mesh cover to prevent seeds from popping out as you toast them. Also available is a sesame grinder, which allows you to easily sprinkle ground sesame on your dish. Hmmmm . . . I wonder if it works for other seeds too.
At the wok shop
February 9, 2006
Ok, one more tabletop cooking device ( pan?? pot?? appliance?? what do you call these things?)--It is time for dessert. S'mores are so good; it is a shame to relegate them to campfires only. Here you can make s'mores (and candy apples and fondue) without a fireplace (though in a pinch, as my friend, Jess, has demonstrated, you can also make s'mores in a frying pan). This s'more maker includes: grill, snuffer, burner handle, burner holder, tea light, fondue and caramel container, 4-ramekin holders, lazy susan base, 4-roasting forks, and 4-apple sticks.
At S'mores Maker 3 in 1 Dessert Center
I've got a tabletop cooking theme going on today. First raclette and now shabu-shabu. Shabu-shabu is a Japanese dish in which you cook very thin slices of meat and vegetables in a broth at your table. Then when you are done cooking, you can drink the broth. Delicious. Anyway, here you can enjoy shabu-shabu in your own home. This looks like it comes with a grill pan, so you can grill your meat as well as cooking it in the broth.
At Sunpentown Shabu-Shabu and B.B.Q Pan
I love fondue, so this looks right up my alley. Raclette is apparently a tradtional Swiss meal. You heat cheese and as it begins to bubble you pour over potatoes and pickles. This raclette grill heats cheese in eight non-stick dishes. In addition it has a reversable grill top: you can grill meat on one side and make crepes on the other side. The possibilites seem endless.
At Swissmar Classic Raclette
February 6, 2006
I'm not sure if anyone really needs a separate pan to make nachos in. But maybe if you get one and you are lucky, Jesus will appear in your nacho pan. Though he probably wouldn't appear in this pan because it is non-stick and dishwasher safe.
At Nacho Pan by Chicago Metallic