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Mindful Meal Prep

Within our busy lives, it seems like there’s never enough time to cook. Our solution to you is meal prep! You can save time and money, while still eating good, healthy meals.

 

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Stainless Steel and The Three Eggs

I have a secret to confess. I am ashamed to admit it—and, really, it is completely inexcusable in 2015. It hides out of sight, tucked in the back corner of my lowest cupboard, never to be seen or mentioned, and only to be used under the most clandestine of weekend breakfast preparations…

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Seasoned Cast Iron vs. Enameled Cast Iron

There is no greater workhorse or more versatile cookware out there than Cast Iron. It is ideal for slow-cooking, moving seamlessly between stovetop and oven. It shines at searing, braising, and caramelizing - and it's so durable, you can pass along your beloved cast iron pieces to your grandkids.

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5 Steps to Successful Stainless Steel Fry Pan Cooking, or... How to Fry an Egg!

  1. Choose a good quality pan for the job - One of our most frequent requests is for a reliable breakfast pan, preferably non-stick. Turns out that “non-stick” usually means easy to clean, not fat free cooking. Almost everyone has a stainless steel pan horror story to relate. Sure, some flimsy pans will never be your go-to pan, but our quality Zwilling and All Clad lines each offer excellent fry pans.So many choices... three ply, five ply, copper, what the heck to choose? We recommend the best quality that you can afford – you are cooking for yourself and your family’s health and enjoyment! To help you choose the stainless steel pan that will do the job and start the day on the right note, our chefs take our brands on in a head-to-head comparison.

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What’s a Smoke Point?

Smoke point is the temperature at which an oil will start to emit a bluish smoke, depending on its composition, including moisture content and free fatty acids. For the best performance of your cookware, oil needs to be heated to below that temperature. So it makes sense to choose an oil that won’t burn at optimum cooking temperatures.

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