Comment on Anchovies in Italian Food by Jason Stanhouse (Jason@stanhouse . com) “J+H ….

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5.0 out of 5 stars
Better then i thought possible, March 21, 2014
This review is from: Duxtop Professional Stainless-steel 17-piece Induction Ready Cookware Set Impact-bonded Technology
Let me start by saying I have worked in more then one professional kitchen and these pans are without a doubt better then anything used in those kitchens. Seriously I am shocked not only at how good they look but at the pure quality of the workmanship. I can tell with these pans I wont ever need to replace them.

Why buy them:
They are attractive. (They look beautiful in any light)
They are functional. (Very even cooking)
They have measures on the side. ( they have marks inside of them listing how much water or sauce you have added)
The skillets have more depth then most other cookware sets. (it makes harder to spill…)
The handles are curved in a way that makes them feel more comfortable in your hands.
The pans are evenly balanced.
There is a lid for everything and the lids are attractive also.

Why not buy them:
None so far will update if I come across anything.

Stainless steel tips:

1)Don’t use High temperatures unless boiling water, stainless steel heats very evenly and cooks well at medium – medium high
2)Do not boil dry!!! (this means boil till you run out of water)
3)Try and use plastic / rubber spatulas etc. when cooking as you can scratch your stainless steel with other hard metals and while this will not effect the usefulness it will make it slightly less attractive.
4)Allow your food to warm before cooking. IE take them out of the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes as overly chilled food tends to stick when introduced to heat.
5)Don’t use cooking sprays. Sprays contain a chemical propellant that is difficult to remove. Instead dab a bit of oil on a paper towel and carefully wipe the interior of the pan.
6)Add your oil to the pan after it has had a chance to heat up and before you add food. It takes less oil with a stainless steel set then most and make sure to coat evenly.

Just so you know:
I received this set free in return for an honest review. (I know this can look bad but I will call out a bad product even if given to me thankfully in this case I didn’t have to!)

Overall the best cooking set I have worked with I highly recommend it. And hope you enjoy your new set.

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