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Cookware Accessories

I Tried the Popular Pan That Claims It Can Replace 8 Kitchen Tools

The Always Pan has gained a cult following, promising to take the place of eight other kitchen tools. The popular pan is finally back in stock after a long stint on backorder so we put it through its...

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Heat Diffusers for Induction?

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by hmbress 5 years ago

I have an All Clad Stainless Roasting pan that doesn't work on my new induction range. I specifically chose a range with bridged elements just so I could deglaze this particular pan after roasting!...

Timbale Molds for Bouchons

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by ciaogina 16 years ago

I'm determined to bake Thomas Kelleher's bouchon's from the new 'Bouchon' cookbook. I need round timbale molds that produce a somehwat tall so ah, they look like corks. He mentions that you can g...

Unknown gadget

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by chilibeanpaste 5 years ago

Wonder if anyone can identify this gadget I inherited? I have no idea what it is or for what it is used. Thanks

What are your most-used and/or most-loved kitchen gadgets?

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by lizmari 7 years ago

A mostly "just curious" question... What are your most-used and/or most-loved kitchen gadgets? Why do you love them?

Stainless Steel (?) Cook's Tools Recommendations

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by Ason12 5 years ago

So I finally purchased my first set of stainless steel cookware (yay!) and am looking to get a new set of stainless steel cook's tools (spatulas, spoons, etc) to go along with it. First of all, is ...

Espresso Paraphenalia in Boston/Cambridge?

chefMolnar
by chefMolnar 6 years ago

I will be in Boston this weekend and I'd like to pick a few accessories for my espresso machine (tamper, milk thermometer, etc.). Any independent stores or cafes that have a good selection of thes...

Hamburger patty presses/molds recommendations

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by E_M 6 years ago

His Highness wants to "standardize" his hamburger patties. I have seen presses or molds for sale, but I really wanted one that doesn't require wax paper. Does anyone have any recommendations?

China cap or chinoise. If you have one, do you use it and for what?

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by c oliver 11 years ago

In cleaning out late MIL's basement,I came across this. I'm aware that they're for pureeing which isn't something I do a lot of and usually use FP or immersion blender. I can see that this would ...

Shelling pine nuts

JerryMe
by JerryMe 11 years ago

I got a bag of fairly inexpensive whole pine nuts (pinon nuts) off the Indian reservation. They were not shelled and I thot no big deal. I can shell them when I get home. Well, I've tried a regu...

Recommendations for sink accessories?

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by arielleeve 6 years ago

We are getting closer to being done with our kitchen reno, which will include a big white farmhouse sink from Ikea. I've never had a ceramic sink before and have heard some unfortunate stories abou...

flint for kitchen stove lighting

jen kalb
by jen kalb 9 years ago

For reasons too boring to explain we have been lighting our gas Chambers cooktop with matches for years. Just returned from a visit to italy where the rather antiquated kitchen of our host inclu...

Need Help with Strange Oven Racks & Broiler Pans

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by DBennun 6 years ago

I found these strange oven racks with another small rack + 2 oven pans. Can anyone tell me how to use them? I have a Russell Range with a Steam Convection oven and have never used these. I think...

Looking for a single cup coffee machine for an office.

sherrib
by sherrib 6 years ago

Hi Everyone, I am looking for a machine that makes one cup of coffee at a time. I want to be able to buy all sorts of different flavored pods (for the boss and for important customers) but I al...

Weird stuff in your kitchen

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by HabaneroLady 6 years ago

Just curious what kinds of weird or unusual kitchen gadgets, cookware, and other such stuff people have in their kitchen. I figure that if it can be imagined, it probably exists and it's always in...

Stainless steel cooling/baking grid?

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by mateo21 11 years ago

Hello all! I am in search of something that, in my opinion, should be VERY easy to find; it is however, proving to be exceptionally difficult. I am looking for a cooling grid (I mean grid, no...

A Potholder That Really Works and Doesn't Fall Apart

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by MissDior 6 years ago

I've bought a million (well, a dozen) potholders from 99 cent stores and (a) they work better than a folded up towel, but not brilliantly and (b) they fall apart pretty quickly. Should I keep wi...

!980's Amway waterless cookware

Sissy07
by Sissy07 8 years ago

Been looking for knobs & handles to my Amway cookware for years.Love the cookware,but some knobs are gone & metal attachments to handles..

A pan-lids question that has been bugging me; anyone know the answer?

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by dessert_diva 10 years ago

I bet someone here knows the logical reason (assuming there is one) for this. :-) Okay: I love having a clear (tempered glass) lid on my pots and pan. I like to be able to monitor what's going on ...

Lee Corn Cutter

kaleokahu
by kaleokahu 6 years ago

I've been freezing batches of roasted cut corn every summer for a few years now, and have been researching dedicated corn cutters that will speed the process and improve consistency. While OXO and...