We all need at least one basic cookware in our kitchen. Before you head out and buy any cookware sets, read these 4 questions to save you time, money and for having a great cooking experience. Cookware Ratings and choosing top rated cookware for your home
1. Type of Cooking
Ask yourself if it is a set for your own kitchen or a friend? If it is for yourself, you already have general idea of your cooking and cleaning style is. You may want to ask your friend about his or her style so you know what type of cookware… Continue reading
Summer is the perfect time for going camping. I love cooking and supposed to be expert at buying and cooking in great cookware set. However, when it comes to camping I have a long ways to go and learn. Although I have gone camping before, but not in traditional sense like in outdoor camping gears with tents and no electricity.
We have done it recently with kids and back to report that it had been quite an experience. Our little one did not sleep well at the night. Our air mattress were wobbly and the camping stove we took with… Continue reading
Cookware runs the gamut — from stainless steel to cast iron to anodized aluminum, copper and coated cast iron — and many more. Rita’s got some favorite cookware that she recommends. Her enamel coated cookware, the 100 year old cast iron skillet handed down from her mother and the new anodized aluminum pans. Cookware sets will be big gifts this Christmas and all year long for birthdays and other occasions. What’s the difference between professional sets and affordable discount sets? In this video Rita tells you what to look for when shopping for pots and pans.