Using Stoneware for Baking

Stoneware is a type of clay that has been fired at a very high temperature to produce sturdy, safe, and chip-resistant materials. The approximate temperature used for firing stoneware is 2,185° F with the process taking approximately 12 hours to complete. Stoneware is known for its strength and durability. It is safe to use at … Read more

Safety and Benefits of Using Enamel Coated Cast Iron Cookware

While traditional cast iron cookware is still an essential part of any kitchen the majority of cooks and chefs prefer the enameled version. Enamel-coated cast iron is much easier to clean and there are no seasoning issues. The inner coating provides non-stick properties and prevents iron leaching into your food. These cookware pieces come in … Read more

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