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The first step is making the decision to buy new cookware and choosing a brand that delivers excellent performance, like All-Clad, Swiss Diamond, or Woll. You've made that decision and now you're on our website looking at all the choices you still have to make - which styles of pan are best for you? [...]
**For full disclosure, much of this blog entry is directly from Swiss Diamond's comprehensive website. I am just compiling the information in one easy-to-read spot to allow you to learn more about Swiss Diamond Cookware without visiting other webpages; I linked the information that I used if you would like to go directly to [...]
..Wusthof was established in 1814, and has been family owned and operated ever since! Made in Solingen, Germany, the knife capital of the world. Throughout history, Wusthof has focused almost solely on the manufacturing of knives for professional chefs and home cooking enthusiasts. Many steps are required to complete each precision forged knife. Each step [...]
As I am bringing back our blog, I would like to revisit some of the most informative past posts.... .One of the questions that we hear most often at Cookware & More is "what does 'irregular' mean?" A common misconception is that our "irregular" products are made differently, but that is just not true. [...]
First, I would like to apologize that our blog has been practically non-existent this past year or so. I, the primary writer, started working at a special needs school during the week and have been very busy, but I am going to attempt to post more regularly again. Hopefully, none of my readers have given [...]
It's that time of the week again--Taco Tuesday. We have a favorite shredded beef taco recipe from Cook's Illustrated that is a must try!Shredded Beef TacosServes 6-8-1.5 cups beer (suggested Dos Equis or Sierra Nevada)-4 dried ancho chiles, stemmed, seeded, and torn into 1/2-inch pieces (~1cup)-1/2 cup cider vinegar-2 T. tomato paste-6 garlic cloves, lightly [...]
As 2017 comes to a close, with 2018 on the horizon, I'm sure many of you have some type of resolution in mind. They can vary greatly across people, but if you're like me it usually has to do with eating healthier, losing weight, or just having more meals prepared to avoid eating out. Here [...]
Thanksgiving is getting close and I am sure you are thinking about all the delicious food you are going to make, but have you thought about your kitchen products that will make your life easier this holiday? From prep to cooking to cleanup, here are just some of the amazing products you need in your [...]
With the cold weather finally here, I think it's time for one of my favorite soup recipes--Corn Chowder. A Pennsylvania Dutch classic, this hearty dish is very popular in our area. I've tried many variations of this recipe, and I know there are a ton out there. Below is my favorite. It comes from America's [...]
Having a Labor Day party this weekend and need an easy and delicious recipe to make? Try these Grilled Margarita Chicken Kabobs from the blog The Cards We Drew. ..Grilled Margarita Chicken Kabobs..Ingredients 1 teaspoon black pepper1 cup lime margarita mix from a bottle (non-alcoholic)1 teaspoon onion powder1 tablespoon cumin1 tablespoon garlic salt2 lbs chicken cut into [...]