It’s All in the Cookware?

“Not a Master Chef But Take Delight In Cooking – Unfortunately Have Had Some Not Too Delightful Dishes..”  The Robin’s Nest

I am not nor will I ever claim to be a master chef.  I have served disastrous meals more than once (husband has never complained).  BUT, when the meal is a success – I take joy in watching faces and their reaction to each bite.

I thought it would be fun to feature cookware. My personal favorite is cast iron and stainless steel.

I have all of but the cast iron dutch oven and grill listed below and would like to add them to my collection.

Kitchenware These are the 7 pots and pans you need in your kitchen Kitchenware Guide:

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Now for “Cookware Art and Poetry”

Wishful Thinking..............I love the Mauviel Copper 12-Piece Cookware Set on Williams-Sonoma.com:

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Mauviel professional copper cookware has been used in the world’s great kitchens since 1830—from fine restaurants to Parisian cooking schools. Designed for perfectly uniform heating with unrivaled temperature control, our set includes the ideal pieces for a wide variety of culinary techniques.

Le Creuset® Cream Skillet in Enamel Cookware | Crate and Barrel-Will take all of this please! Whole set is approx. 1309.00:

lecreuset

Revered by both professional chefs and home cooks since its 1925 debut, Le Creuset’s classic French cookware is prized for its utilitarian good looks and unsurpassed heat retention.

America's oldest cookware company—Lodge! Check out their 5-piece cast iron set! #KDfinds:

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Since 1896, Lodge has making the cookware you love.  We don’t just make iron; we make heirlooms that bring people together for generations.

Contemporary Nonstick Calphalon Cookware… Best pots and pans you can buy a very good investment and I love cooking with them everyday!:

calphalon

Our mission at Calphalon is to be the approachable culinary expert in kitchenware, enhancing the home chef’s food experience during planning, prep, cooking and baking.

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In 1956, founder, Chuck Williams, turned a passion for cooking and eating with friends into a small business with a big idea. He opened a store in Sonoma, California, to sell the French cookware that intrigued him while visiting Europe but that could not be found in America. Chuck’s business, which set a standard for customer service, took off and helped fuel a revolution in American cooking and entertaining that continues today.

JUST FOR FUN

Vintage Collection of Red and White Enamelware Complete Set on Etsy, $125.00:

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pioneer woman dinnerware | Have you seen any of the new Pioneer Woman kitchen products at Walmart ...:

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I really don’t need the color enameled cook ware to “coordinate” with my kitchen decor.  I use to have a set and admittedly gave them away.  I not much of a copper fan either….I guess I’m just a simple girl.

Thanks for stopping by –

Robin5

The header image is a Glass Pot – Designer: Massimo Castagna, 2014 Italy

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