Enamel Coated Cookware

Enamel Coated Cookware

If I had to choose to have just one type of cookware in my kitchen, I would opt for enamel coated cookware. The enamel coating is made of glass which is an inert material that offers a completely safe cooking surface. As long as there are no chips in an email coating, chemicals from metal base won’t leach into your food. The inner core of enameled cookware can be made of cast iron, stainless still, or aluminum, giving the cookware desired features to perform different cooking and baking tasks. To find out more, keep reading…

Stainless-Steel Cookware

Stainless-Steel Cookware Set

The features that make stainless steel cookware so attractive to users are its durability, elegant look, and easy maintenance. Most stainless- steel cookware is dishwasher safe. The tame saving aspect is important to users on a tight schedule who are not ready to go through the time-consuming seasoning process. This metal alloy doesn’t react with foods, and, except for acidic food, you can use it to cook delicious meals without fear of chemicals dissolved into your food. To become more familiar with stainless-steel cookware, its varieties, and proper maintenance look here…  

Ceramic Coated Cookware

Fried egg in ceramic coated pan

This type of cookware has become popular during the last decade after customers started to look for a safer non-stick alternative to Teflon. The non-stick feature and variety of colors were two main advantages of newly launched cookware lines, while the short longevity of non-stick functionality soon become a concern. Manufacturers are investing in new technologies to make ceramic coating stronger and capable to provide superior food release features for many years. Did the investments fulfill their purpose? Find the answer here…

Cutting Boards

Wood Cutting Board

It is difficult to imagine a kitchen without a cutting board. This essential kitchen accessory can be made of different materials. Each material has its pros and cons. Some attractive cutting boards are not knife friendly, while some of the most knife friendly cutting boards miss sturdiness and durability. Most kitchens have at least a few cutting boards. It is recommended to use a different board for different types of foods. Some board sets are color-coded to avoid using the same board for raw meat and cutting vegetables. Find out more…

Kitchen Utensils

Cooking Utensils

Kitchen utensils are multitasking tools used for preparing, cooking, and serving meals. You need to make sure that your cooking tools are compatible with the cookware you use. Most non-stick cooking surfaces are fragile and cannot handle metal spatulas, spoons, or ladles. You need to use wooden, bamboo, or silicone utensils to ensure that you won’t scratch your precious cookware. Wooden kitchen tools look elegant, fit perfectly to the hand, and are pleasantly quiet. Silicone utensils with stainless steel core offer the optimal combination of sturdiness, flexibility, and smooth design.

Eco-Friendly Disposable Tableware

Organic bamboo disposable cutlery vs plastic ones

Due to the increasing problem with plastic waste, the production of plastic tableware has significantly dropped in recent years. There is also an increasing customer demand for biodegradable and reusable tableware that can be used for weddings, parties, and special occasions. Eco-friendly tableware is produced from sustainable materials for minimal environmental impact. There are also green alternatives for single-use plastic packagings and food covers. Find some eco-friendly products to make your kitchen greener.

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