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Cookie scoop?

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by bxgirl 4 years ago

Two questions about a cookie scoop... Does a not-so-frequent baker need one? Which would you recommend? I have heard some good things about the Williams-Sonoma cookie scoop. Thoughts? Thanks

High temperature oven gloves

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by HabaneroLady 4 years ago

I'm not sure if this is the right forum or not, but I am looking for a pair of high temperature oven mitts. The ones I have now are increasingly melted as I cook at high temperatures. My oven goe...

NJ canning supply source

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by johnlockedema 10 years ago

I'd like to can some jars of vegetables and fruits (never have done so) is there a NJ location to buy the jars, lids, pot, and other tools needed? I tried WalMart but they just had jars, lids, and...

Montreal kitchen supply store in Little Italy | Quincaillerie Dante

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by tchiort 4 years ago

Do you guys know Quincaillerie Dante? I went there and I am surprised not to hear more of that store, they have a lot of cool things, even guns! I bought a pizza pan, ravioli molds and a sausage st...

Spray bottles

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by John Francis 7 years ago

Visiting a kitchen supplies store, I noticed some "misters" - bottles that can be used to spray whatever, wherever. It occurred to me that I could sauté veg etc. with much less oil or whatever than...

Now I'm Cooking with Gas--and I need a flame tamer

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by nofunlatte 5 years ago

I recently got my kitchen remodeled (a gut job) and am now able to cook again. After many, many years (decades!) with cheap electric coil stoves, I now have a gas range again. Looks like I needs so...

Seeking durable kitchen pot holders, the kind you can use for really hot pots and pans

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by Sherri 5 years ago

I will start by admitting that I rarely use pot holders, preferring towels, a holdover from restaurant days. But I have lots of friends and family who cook in my kitchen and expect pot holders. My ...

tell me about your *dream* kitchen

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by snacktime 11 years ago

Whether you are already enjoying your dream kitchen, or still just dreaming, I'd love to hear about it! My partner and I will be gutting our little kitchen and starting from scratch (except we a...

Cake decorations and supplies

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by Curry Cook 10 years ago

Looking for retail places that sell cake decorations and supplies . Preferably in the West of the Island or Laval West of the 15 and open on weekends.

Do I really need a chimney starter?

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by stratford 11 years ago

I just bought a Weber outdoor charcoal kettle grill thinking I would try my hand at grilling on very rare occasions. It's a very basic and small sized model with just the bowl and dome. Question ...

Best Utensil Set Brand and Material

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by roycey 10 years ago

I am looking to pick up a new set or individual kitchen tools, such as spatula, ladle, spoon, etc. and I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a brand and the material that would be most du...

Cast Iron and Carbon Steel - what utensils do I use?

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by kimcantcook 7 years ago

Hello everyone - newbie here. I'm T-R-Y-I-N-G to learn how to cook at age 40 (yeah, I know lol). I mean, I can cook - just limited skills I guess. I've been trolling these discussion boards and...

Alternative to gravy seperator?

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by Produce Addict 12 years ago

In making braises in our new dutch oven we find that the sauces are sometimes rather greasy and I thought a gravy seperator might be nice to skim some of the fat. Instead we've been putting the sa...

Pie weights--beans or rice?

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by blaireso 7 years ago

I've been making pies for 40 years, and have never had a set of pie weights or used beans or rice for blind baking, I've always just docked the crusts to prevent bubbles. I have another use for th...

Unmarked salt and pepper shakers

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by raj1 13 years ago

When you have unmarked salt and pepper shakers--one with one hole on the top, the other with two or three--how do you fill them? I put the salt in the single-hole shaker because it flows more freel...

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