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Sources for Cookie Tins and Such

by sivyaleah 14 years ago

The thread about baking for the holidays got me thinking - where does everyone get their supplies for packaging and shipping their cookies from? Specifically, I'm looking for a source for attracti...

bundt pans

by hana 14 years ago

if a recipe calls for a "fluted" pan (and the picture shows a bundt type cake) and you don't have one, what could you use instead? and i thank you all.

Food Processor/Blender Combo

by Problem Child 14 years ago

I'm looking for a food processor/Blender combo for occassional (not heavy) use. The only one I've seen is the Cuisine Art duet. Does anyone have any experience with this appliance and if you woul...

Looking to buy a kadai?

by meathad 14 years ago

Any suggestions of companies that sell kadais? Websites?

Alton Brown Shun Knives by Kershaw

by The_Bayou 14 years ago

I am curious to hear people's thoughts on these knives. I have not tried them but would like to.

Shopping for pots & pans

by MrsT 14 years ago

Any suggestions on what brands to buy under $200?

How do I clean my cookware?

by sasha1 14 years ago

Almost each pot, pan, and cookie sheet I have - certainly the stainless steel ones, have lots of brown, greasy, sticky muck on the sides and in the corners. It has built up over a period of time, ...

Critical Kitchen Gadgets

by lemonfaire 14 years ago

Do you have a kitchen gadget that you can't do without?

knife sharpening

by mpollmann 14 years ago

this is a bit indirectly related to what it usually talked about here, but i'm looking for a good knife sharpener. we have a set of hinckels knives and i haven't sharpened them for quite awhile. ...

Vintage bakeware

by mookster 14 years ago

Has anyone had any experience using vintage bakeware? I've recently realized that a bulk of my bakeware is quite old & bought on the fly (right before I needed it, too little time to do any resea...

Cast iron grill for use with charcoal or gas grills?

by EclecticEater 14 years ago

Lodge Cast Iron has a Logic Barbecue Grill Grat, Part#: LBBG3, for $39.00. It is cast iron, with slots in it, to be placed over a charcoal or gas grill, and it can be used for grilling fish or mea...

Cast Iron KOs Calaphon 1

by Da_Cook 14 years ago

I am a trained chef, caterer and hardcore chowhound. I own 4 cast iron skillets, a bean pot, a chicken fryer and 2 dutch ovens. Some of them are over 50 years old. I learned how to use them and th...

kneading bread dough in KA Mixer

by raj1 14 years ago

I can't find my owner's manual for my KA mixer. What speed does the manufacturer recommend for kneading dough? What speed do you use? Thanks. I get such great advice here.

The Ultimate Gadget for Me --- A Chinese Cooking Robot

Gary Soup
by Gary Soup 14 years ago

But don't let my wife know about this one.... http://tinyurl.com/larjz CCTV has a news video in Chinese about it. View it with IE, as it doesn't seem to be Firefox friendly: http://www.cctv.co...

Digital Scale in SF Bay Area?

by oakjoan 14 years ago

Anybody have recs on the best brand to buy and where to get it? I live in Oakland, CA.

Rusty regrigerator door

by MakingSense 14 years ago

I have an old farmhouse - second home - on an island in the Chesapeake that I close up for a couple of months each winter. For years, I had no problems until about three years ago, the fridge doo...

Kitchen Cabinets

by Fuffy 14 years ago

Hope this is the right place and that kitchen cabinets count as cookware. I have plain cheap white metal kitchen cabinets installed in 1970. I need to replace one but can't for the life of me find/...

Le Creuset Dutch Oven...How to boil water

by The_Bayou 14 years ago

This may be an odd question, but how do you boil water with a Le Creuset Dutch Oven. I bought a 5.5 quart dutch oven yesterday, and although I own a few other Le Creuset products (wok, baking pan,...

removing burnt sugar from a coated cookie sheet

by Zengarden 14 years ago

How does one do this without removing the finish? I was making a pie this afternoon and some of the filling spilled onto the sheet. Is there any way I can this off without causing further damag...

ice cream scoops for cookie dough

by jmax 14 years ago

What is the standard or most common size scoop to buy for portioning out cookie dough?

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