We're warming up to the idea of replacing all of our pans with enameled cast iron like this Le Creuset skillet. We really want to get rid of any pans with non-stick coating, and these pans made of enameled cast iron excell in heat distribution, retention and have a satin coated finish without non-stick stuff. They are also compatible with gas, electric, induction, and ceramic top ranges for all types of cooking.
We really need a new fry pan, but we're not sure we're ready to go stainless. If we do this 12-Inch stainless steel fry pan with stainless steel lid included looks like it might fit the bill. It features a 3-Ply bonded construction with aluminum core that distributes heat evenly, and cast Stainless steel rivets keep stainless handles permanently secured. It says the pan is easy to clean with the 18/10 stainless steel interior that will not react with food.
This skillet does it all: grills, sears, fries, sautes, steams, braises, and pressure cooks. The pan as a unique honeycomb texture for nonstick grilling and frying without oils. It comes with safety features including, a safety valve, interlocking lids, automatic steam release, and easy-grip handles.
We've been on the look out for a top rated pressure cooker, and this heavy-duty 8-quart stainless steel pressure cooker from Presto gets raves reviews. It features stay-cool black plastic handles, and a strong-lock lid with steam vent, pressure indicator, and overpressure plug. It even comes with a rack for steaming food inside.
Called "Coral," this concept pot is coated in thermochromic spots, highlighting sectors in the pale blue design with fiery orange and red as the pot heats. I'm not sure I even need to know when pot gets hot, but I think the transformation of the pot would make cooking more fun and maybe a little different each time you used the pot. I do like the latch on handle design so you can position it on the pot anywhere you want to. I wonder what these babies would do in the dishwasher? Maybe that's the best use - telling you when the pots were cool enough to move with your hands or remove from the dishwasher.
It is time to begin thinking turkey. A roasting pan is essential for Thanksgiving or any other roasting event. This pan encloses a thick aluminum core between layers of stainless steel to make the pan heat up quickly and evenly. It can hold up to a 25 lb turkey and is dishwasher safe!
It's totally time to bake the donuts or cakes as some folks call them. The pan comes coated with a high quality nonstick surface for easy release and cleaning. We're thinking the best way to get started is with some straight up apple cinnamon donuts, and then a nice glaze.
We've been searching for a replacement pressure cooker here at Kitchen Contraptions, and this top rated pressure cooker looks like it might fit the bill. This 3-quart pressure cooker/canner holds 20 pint jars or 7 quart jars, and is constructed of extra-strong, warp-resistant aluminum; suitable for use on regular and smooth-top ranges. It has an air vent/cover lock that allows pressure to build up only when the cover is closed properly. We also like the easy-to-read gauge that automatically registers a complete range of processing pressures
There is nothing better than roasted chicken and this roasting pan looks amazing. It includes a detachable suspension arm that will hold the chicken above the pan's surface. The chicken will roast evenly and the juices will drip into the vegetables at the bottom of the pan. The arm also has a reservoir at the tip that can be filled with beer or other flavor infusers.
Make 3 dinners from one batch--tonight's dinner and two others for future nights. Or, you can make 3 kinds of lasagna to please the crowd--all veggies, meat, or cheese. The 3 separate non-stick channels allow the cook to be creative and a custom-fit, exclusive spatula is deep enough to get that great first piece with no mess. The width and length of each channel is the same as standard lasagna noodles to make lasagna building fast and easy.