Selasa, 30 April 2013

Why All-Clad Master Chef 2 5-Quart Casserole Pan (Kitchen) is a Best Bakeware Product ?

Okay so im looking for a best Bakeware that can be used for Kitchen. There are soo many brands and shapes i just dont know what to do. I want one that willlast, clean up messes and counters. The product only use it in my Kitchen so any suggestions would be great!

All-Clad Master Chef 2 5-Quart Casserole Pan (Kitchen)

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2 komentar:

  1. This pot has been a welcome addition to my kitchen for serveral reasons.

    It's a great size for making soups. The tall sides and relatively narrow width assure minimal evaporation; the heavy All-Clad bottom means that there are no hot spots. Some of the recipes I use begin with "blooming" spices in a bit of oil and softening onions and/or garlic, too. There's no worry about scorching.

    For our empty nest, it's just the right size for preparing pasta, too. Smaller pots don't hold enough water to cook the pasta without it sticking or becoming gummy; larger pots -- well, who wants to boil eight to twelves quarts of water just to cook less than a half pound of spaghetti? This pot is the perfect "between" size.

    I'm not sure why All-Clad calls it a casserole pan. Casseroles are one thing I don't imagine cooking in this pot. But I'm glad I ignored the name and decided to give it a try for the tasks I've described. It's perfect.

    One other thing. Finally I've begun acquiring heavy, GOOD pots and pans. What a difference these make. It's wonderful to be able simply to cook without having to fight one's equipment. I never realized how much difference it would make, not only in the quality of the results, but also in my enjoyment of the process of cooking. Buying a cheaply made pan or pot is a false economy, one that will never again tempt me.

  2. Thsi pot is the ideal size for boiling up to a pound of pasta, making soups, casseroles, or anything that needs to start on the stove and go into the oven. I use it at least once a week. It only measures 8" wide so it takes up very little shelf space. A great piece of equipment, in my opinion.