11 Cookware Accessories You Won't Know How You Lived Without

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Best chinois, mesh strainers?

by bloodboy 11 months ago

My niece told me she just broke her old mesh strainer (making tomato paste). This is a great opportunity for me to add more things to her collection that I've been working on over the years. I've a...

Chef Christopher Lee's kitchen equipt for sale (Richmond Annex)

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

"Selling my restaurant equipment this Saturday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Good prices, large stock. Txt or DM for Richmond Annex street address. No shenanigans. CASH ONLY Hotel pans & perfs, lids; ...

Best way to clean colanders and graters?

by momnivore 11 years ago

I have such a hard time cleaning my fine colander and my graters (especially my microplane). If I use a sponge it just tears the sponge up. If I don't use a sponge I get little pieces of whatever...

New Gadget for Fall- Modern Compact Colander

by ReeseLee 3 years ago

Isn't this fun!!! Click on the pictures within the site for a demonstration of how it works

Experience w/ Jacob Bromwell brand?

by bloodboy 3 years ago

In my continual search for Made in USA kitchenware, I stumbled upon Jacob Bromwell. I have had a look at his website and the brand itself and it looks great. It is quite expensive but it seems ...

Steamer & Insert for Fissler/Atlantis Stockpot Owners

by bloodboy 3 years ago

In my thread below: https://www.chowhound.com/post/set-niece-home-1074060 I mention getting these pieces: Fissler 10.9 stockpot Demeyere Industry 5-Ply 8-qt Stainless Steel Stock Pot 2 De...

Massive colander uses

by JohnLearnsToCook 3 years ago

Damiano recently referred me to an advert for a large set of Paderno 1100 cookware. What struct me about it is that besides most of the pieces being fairly small, the set included a massive 32cm c...

2 Copper Colander questions

by harrism 4 years ago

I've got two questions about a copper colander I just picked up. First of all, does copper actually bring any benefit to a colander's work? There were three pieces on the thrift shelf. The other t...

Does this colander seem practical to anyone?

by stratford 4 years ago

I've always found the short TV ad for this in-sink colander (see picture), I believe made by Kohler, shown before some episodes of America's Test Kitchen, to be rather awkward. It shows a woman pu...

Favorite space-saving colanders?

by BonnieMac 7 years ago

Hi friends! In the market for a new colander, would like one that can fold down to save space. Which is your favorite?

Colanders vs. strainers

by Ucdavis 9 years ago

Although I have a nice set of fine mesh colanders, I'm wondering if I need the All Clad 3 piece strainer set. In what instances does a strainer do a better job than a colander?

Is there...... [microwave safe colander question]

by mrbigshotno.1 9 years ago

About a quart size microwave safe colander available?

Which colander do you prefer?

by snax 11 years ago

I’m looking to buy both a colander and a strainer (or several) and not sure which will suit my needs. Do you prefer a colander that has three individual feet or the ring pedestal? Handles verse...

anyone have the colander/sieve attachment for their Viking stand mixer?

by skyline 10 years ago

I just noticed this while checking to see if perchance Viking offers an ice cream maker "kit" for their stand mixers (they don't). http://www.chefsresource.com/viking-mixer-food-mill.html Has...

Colander with a divider in the middle?

by Maple 14 years ago

I swear I have seen once a colander that has a divider in the middle, so that you can put it in a big pot of water, and cook two different kinds of pasta at the same time, one in each side of the c...

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