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Non reactive pots?

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by otrphilly 13 years ago

Is Le Creuset non reactive? what about a stainless that is nonstick? what happens if you use the wrong kind- why do certain recipes note to use a non reactive pot?

bbq tool/utensil set

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by sillyann 13 years ago

i'de like to by a bbq tool/utensil set - its a gift for a foodie, so i'de like it to be great quality, but also look elegant. do you know any websites i could find them from? (or shops - i live in...

sous vide

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by Dylan 13 years ago

Does anyone here think it's worth getting equipment to do sous vide at home. It sort of seems like hype to me, but I'm curious if others disagree.

BBQ SMOKER RECOMMENDATION

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by mike 13 years ago

I want to buy a smoker this year and don't know which brand/model to get. I want a good quality, authentic smoker, not a smoker attachment to a grill, etc. If anyone LOVES their smoker and cares ...

sitram question

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by confusedpotter 13 years ago

For those experts out there, I would appreciate some advice on sitram cookware: DOes anyone know the difference between sitram Catering and Magnum lines, both have copper three-ply bottom. Cateri...

blenders

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by scunge 13 years ago

I have two cannisters for my blender one for sweets and one for savory's how do I neutralize the one used(savory) after garlic is introduced so that not all sauces and marrinades are overly infuse...

Rocco DiS' appliances

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by Sarah 13 years ago

His toaster oven and immersion blender looked and sounded so good (and cheap, was on "special") on QVC yesterday. But of course they would. Does anyone have any of his appliances? Are they as fa...

Help me buy a blender

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by rudykins 13 years ago

I'm overwhelmed with the choices! An old thread mentions the Waring Pro. Amazon.com customers either love it--or despise it. What's an easy-to-use, easy-to-clean blender that will handle all my coo...

Emile Henry ceramic cookware---anyone tried it? [Moved from Home Cooking board]

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by moto 13 years ago

Hello, there's been interest in cassoulet on several ch boards, and I remembered a NY Times blurb last year about a higher-test ceramic cookware from the Burgundian French maker Emile Henry, the li...

pizza stone cleaning

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by Anne 13 years ago

Hi, I have a pizza stone that I got a long time ago. It came with a small plastic scraper that I have since lost, but I think my problem goes beyond that: I've been storing it on my oven floor due...

Buying Le Creuset at their outlets - prices not great

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by MMRuth 13 years ago

I visited a Le Creuset outlet store this weekend for the first time, and was surprised that given that on this board people often recommend the outlet for good prices, the prices didn't seem great ...

Spending My Way Out of Toaster/Toaster Oven Hell

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by Jim Leff 13 years ago

Oft have I recounted here my dismal record with toasters and toaster ovens. How does one even know that one loves toast, when one has never truly toasted? Yet I do. I do love toast, the noun. And I...

Blue Star Cooktop--anybody have an opinion?

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by johnb 13 years ago

I am in the process of selecting a cooktop for my new house. The best one I've found appears to be the Blue Star, with its 22k btu burners. Does anyone have one of these?, and do you have any opi...

Dishwasher is ready to give up the ghost--I need advice

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by La Dolce Vita 13 years ago

My dishwasher, a 9-year-old Maytag, is ready to quit. I need advice on a replacement. Here's my situation. I do a lot of cooking. On an average day, I run the dishwasher about 4 times. When I'm ...

Dansk cookware from the 1970s??? and Wilton Armetale??

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by Erica 14 years ago

In preparation for my move, I am cleaning out my closets. In doing so, I found lots of unused cookware and serving prices from the mid-1970s, including lots of Magnalite, Wilton Armetale, and two...

Swiss Diamond Cookware

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by MMRuth 13 years ago

First, I hope that everyone has had a wonderful holiday! I was in charge of cooking Christmas Eve dinner for 8 at my mother's. When confronted with the size of her pans, I decided that I needed ...

factory-reconditioned appliances/cookware from Amazon[Moved from Home Cooking]

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by tobes 14 years ago

Just curious if anyone has had any experience with the factory-reconditioned kitchen appliances. Amazon has some great deals for mixers, blenders, le creuset, etc. Are they really as good as new?

excalibur non-stick cookware [Moved from Home Cooking Board]

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by ctmom 14 years ago

a friend of mine, who doesn't do much cooking, was bragging about her pots and pans with the excalibur non-stick coating. Does anyone here use them and are they any good? She bought them off hsn ...

My 2 month old KitchenAid mixer broke, how's their cust. service?

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by Gemma 15 years ago

I have used my nre KitchenAid stand mixer about 10 times total. I tried to grind meat in it for the first time last night when the motor just completely crapped out. I plan on calling them later to...

Best Kitchen-Aid Mixer?

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by lb 15 years ago

I am going to get one and I heard there are lots of kinds. Someone told me the best one is the one that lifts back so you can move the bowl in and out easily. Is there any other aspects I should lo...

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