Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, or so I’ve heard, and that meal is made much easier to prepare with a set of nonstick frittata pans. My friends and family members love gathering in the morning (or afternoon) around the Italian interpretation of the traditional omelette. The fluffy, savory dish is a perfect balance of healthy ingredients and delicious flavors.
I read a social media message earlier this week from a friend who wanted to buy a “habachi grill” like the one they had seen in a restaurant. They were confused about why their searches returned small, round bowls that seemed totally unrelated to the flaming device that had been used to prepare food in front of them. While I’d like to think I cleared things up for them, they’re probably not the only person who’s confused by the inconsistent use of this word.
My cousin called me up the other day and asked what he should use for a lasagna tray. He was surprised to learn that there was a bit of nuance to the answer – he had assumed that it was totally fine to use any oven safe baking dish. While this is conceptually somewhat accurate, there are a few minor hang-ups that might prevent your lasagna from being perfect if you’re not aware of how different types of baking trays work.
Having the right pan for steak can be the difference between a lackluster slab of beef and a juicy, flavorful delicacy that’s been seared to perfection. Steaks are definitely one of the few foods where technique can only get you so far. When it comes to putting the finishing touches on a marbled masterpiece, you’ll definitely want to have the right tool for the job.
When people talk about cookware made in USA, they’re often talking about All-Clad. For my money, 360 cookware is the better choice. Instead of offering boring multi-ply pots and pans, 360 Cookware has added an innovative twist (literally) to their product lines. Their lids feature a rotating lock that allows you to literally seal in the moisture that comes naturally in your food.