So I recently purchased a huge 23 qt pressure cooker to make bone broth and it's amazing. Now it's time to purchase a basic 6-8 qt crock pot to make some simple meals. I've noticed that many are lined with non-stick coating, etc and am looking for... (more)
So I'm switching out my teflon pans to stainless steel ones, for a variety of reason. BUT, after almost ruining the first pan, I went online to learn how to use them....an educational experience, I had no idea it was different. So, I've mastered... (more)
Since going paleo and using copious amounts of lard to cook with, I suddenly realized I do not need to fry with a teflon pan any more. I want to try something else and indeed have tried out a couple of sad looking affairs which left me scrubbing... (more)
What kind of baking sheet do you use? I had a moderately priced one I got from a local mega-mart, but whatever the coating on it was started to chip off. I'm not worried about price, but everything I'm seeing on Amazon I can't tell what kind of... (more)
My toddler drinks about a quart of bone broth throughout the day. I usually warm it up in a stainless steel saucepan and give it to him in his sippy cup. We're visiting family out of state right now and while I brought plenty of broth, I didn't... (more)
alright, i know that cast-iron frying pans are a much-much more better choice health-wise but, here is what i have: two teflon frypans: an old one which has been used almost daily for almost half a year, has no visible scratches, and, although... (more)
I avoid teflon and use stainless. I just picked up one for 10 dollars at Macy's sale. However my other ones were lots of money. I would take the new one and clean it and use it. I would not use the old one...
Fat rules. Most of my cooking operations involves boiling/steaming veges in one saucepan, and cooking meat in the other frypan - then combining them both in the larger at the end and emptying into my eating bowl. The only thing that distresses... (more)
Use a silicone spatula, they get every delicious drop out of the pan, and it makes washing the pan so much easier! You can pick one up for a few dollars and they hold up to really high heat as well.