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    Cooking Equipment Necessities

    What do you use in the kitchen or grilling that you can't live without?

    My wife had a Pampered Chef party 2 weeks ago so we got a lot of cool things 1/2 off. (Which works out well because everything is 2x overpriced.)
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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    a blackening skillet, (heavy cast iron)

    food processor

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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    Are there any benefits over stainless or the non-stick skillets and pans? We had a cheap set of non-stick and just got a 7 pc set of stainless. Mainly so we could put them in the dishwasher.
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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyAntoine View Post
    Are there any benefits over stainless or the non-stick skillets and pans? We had a cheap set of non-stick and just got a 7 pc set of stainless. Mainly so we could put them in the dishwasher.
    We have this set Calphalon One Infused Anodized & love it.


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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyAntoine View Post
    Are there any benefits over stainless or the non-stick skillets and pans? We had a cheap set of non-stick and just got a 7 pc set of stainless. Mainly so we could put them in the dishwasher.
    stainless are going to be more durable, but you cannot wash them in the dishwasher. you have to wash them all by hand with a nonabbrasive scrubber.

    I just use teflon and replace them every other year. Stainless is better quality, but lets face it, how many times are you making lemon buerre blanc, or Tarragon infused demi glace at home where you need anything as fancy as a stainless steel pot.

    that being said though, if you make your own bbq sauce, i'd invest in at least one stainless steel pot with a heavy bottom.

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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    Quote Originally Posted by Storm View Post
    stainless are going to be more durable, but you cannot wash them in the dishwasher. you have to wash them all by hand with a nonabbrasive scrubber.

    I just use teflon and replace them every other year. Stainless is better quality, but lets face it, how many times are you making lemon buerre blanc, or Tarragon infused demi glace at home where you need anything as fancy as a stainless steel pot.

    that being said though, if you make your own bbq sauce, i'd invest in at least one stainless steel pot with a heavy bottom.
    We used the SS pot for the first time last weekend. After 30 minutes, we still couldn't get water to a rapid boil on our electric cooktop. I think it's the bottom of the pot. The thing weighs 20 lbs.
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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    First and foremost is my New Braunfels BBQ pit. That thing has literally been around the world with me.

    Second, an old cast iron 7 qt dutch oven.
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    Re: Cooking Equipment Necessities

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyAntoine View Post
    We used the SS pot for the first time last weekend. After 30 minutes, we still couldn't get water to a rapid boil on our electric cooktop. I think it's the bottom of the pot. The thing weighs 20 lbs.
    heavy bottome stainless are going to be best used for long slow cooking...........without an industrial strength stove, you'll have that kind of trouble.

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