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Plates, pots, three good knives – what you’ll need for holiday cooking

If you enjoy cooking, having time on your hands is one of the key ingredients.

That is why holidays are the perfect time to try out new recipes, hone old ones and while away the afternoon preparing a delicious meal for your friends or family.

Cooking on holidays is great for so many reasons. As we all know, eating out night after night can get tedious … and expensive! Cooking with new ingredients, local to the area, picked up from food markets or from producers is what gets cooks excited. Holidays are also a time to be extravagant, to splash out on food such as shellfish, charcuterie, cheese, wine, all the good stuff. When we’re away from home for that week or two, we can forget the diets, sit up late around the dinner table and indulge ourselves.

Anyone who is lucky enough to own a holiday home will know all about the art of decking it out: filling it with all the bare essentials, without breaking the bank or worrying too much about things getting broken. It is, after all, a space where people come to relax and forget their worries. The very same goes for anyone putting a property on Airbnb for holiday rentals.

So with the holiday season upon us, here’s my handy guide to kitting out a holiday home kitchen. It will see you through most cooking tasks and allow you to wow your guests with simple but effective presentation ideas for around the table.

Three good knives

Every kitchen needs one good chef’s knife. This will do your dicing, slicing, chopping, mincing, the all-rounder. Also essential is one smaller knife, such as a paring or a utility knife, for the smaller jobs and one bread knife. There is something wholesome and rewarding about getting fresh bread from the local bakery when you’re on holidays. It’s often a good reason to get away for an hour on your own. You will need a bread knife on hand to slice up that loaf with ease for all to enjoy.

Your essential cook’s tools

That second drawer or utensil holder needs a whisk, a grater (go with microplane every time) a soup ladle, silicone tongs, a spatula, a pastry brush, a good large all-purpose spoon, a potato masher, a skimmer, a sieve, a lemon press and of course, no kitchen would be complete without a wooden spoon. The versatile peeler is also an often overlooked tool for spuds, carrots, cucumbers, asparagus or the rind of lemons for predinner gin and tonics.

A set of serving bowls and large platters

The holiday table is all about indulgence and having lots of food placed out in the middle of the table for all to enjoy. Wooden boards have a natural style and also warm up a home when hanging from or leaning up against a wall. The bigger the better. The very same goes for bowls. Summer salads, risottos, pasta and curries are all great summer dishes and ideal for sharing. Get a mix of ceramic, enamel, terracotta, melamine and wooden bowls for indoor and outdoor use. They will not go unused, especially with big numbers around.

One nonstick and one iron frying pan

These two pans will see you through all your frying jobs. The nonstick pan is for eggs, omelettes, fish and vegetables. It is for lower heats and reheating food. An iron or cast-iron pan is for raising the temperature, for sealing, browning or grilling meats and fish. A seasoned iron pan will give your steaks added flavour. They are also tough as nails and will last you a lifetime as long as you treat them well and don’t let them rust.

A set of saucepans

A set of saucepans is essential for any kitchen. Most sets of three will contain pans of 14cm-20cm in diameter. The smaller, 12cm saucepan is a great size for sauces. Your holiday kitchen will also need a large stockpot for boiling pasta, potatoes and soups. It is also a great container pot if you are cooking for a crowd. When it comes to stockpots, how big do you go? Think about the kind of adventurous cooking you might only do on holidays, such as boiling a live lobster. Give it a go this summer.

A large sautépan

This has to be my favourite pan in the kitchen. It does everything: sauces, risottos, stews, dahls, curries, poaching eggs, frying fish or even sautéing potatoes. The trusted sautépan pops in the oven, acts as a roasting tray, holds plenty of food and can be presented at the table for all to share. I use a copper one, which looks fantastic and is a joy to cook with. I think if you are going to own one piece of copper cookware, a sautépan is the one to go for. It brings old world warmth to any kitchen.

Linenware

There are times when it’s nice to push the boat out and make an effort. Holidays afford us the time to do that. So, if you’re going to spend an afternoon preparing a tasty meal, why not match the effort with a well-laid table. Linen placemats and napkins will add a splash of summery colour to proceedings and are the perfect way to liven up a dining table. Candles are also a great fixture for the summer table, especially if there are mosquitoes about.

Enamel and melamine plates

The holiday home is an informal, loungey, carefree space, so having many plates that are not going to get broken is the way to go. Both enamel and melamine are two great materials that can be used indoors and outdoors and can be loaded seamlessly into a dishwasher or into the sink if you’re keeping it old school. Go for colour and funky designs.

Bob Toal runs The Triggerfish Cookshop in Blackrock, Co. Dublin

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2018 Senior PGA Championship FAQs and prize money

Here are some key things to know about the 2018 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship this week.

How much will the winner make and what is the total purse size?

The title sponsorship agreement between the PGA of America and KitchenAid will yield an enhanced purse. The purse for the 2018 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship will increase to $3,250,000 and the Champion will be awarded $585,000. Here is the full list of prize money.

Who is participating?

The full list of players can be found here.

What is the method of play?

Seventy-two holes of stroke play, four rounds of 18 holes. Following the first 36 holes of play, the field of 156 players will be reduced to the low 70 scorers and ties. Those players will advance to complete the final two rounds. In the event of a tie for first place after 72 holes, there will be a hole-by-hole playoff beginning on the 18th hole. If a tie remains, the rotation of holes is Nos. 16, 17 and 18 repeated, if necessary.

What benefits will the 2018 champion receive?

  • A lifetime exemption into the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship
  • An exemption into the 2018 PGA Championship
  • An exemption into the 2018 Senior British Open
  • An exemption into the 2018 Senior U.S. Open

Where will the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship be held in future years?

2019: Oak Hill Country Club in Pittsford, New York
2020: Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor, Michigan
2021: Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma
2022: Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor, Michigan

 

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Expanded home décor offerings on tap in Las Vegas

Ten new, expanding and relocating vendors are among home décor highlights for the July 29-Aug. 2 Las Vegas Market.

In addition, several exhibitors will set up shop in temporary booths in Pavilion 2 on the World Market Center campus.

Las Vegas Market is continuing to experience growth in the better home décor category, and we are delighted to welcome a total of 22 new, expanding and relocating showrooms to Market this summer,” said Julie Messner, senior vice of furniture and home décor leasing for International Market Centers. “Las Vegas Market is the fastest-growing home décor and gift market in the United States, with 1,036,000-plus square feet home décor resources presented on 11 showroom floors in Buildings A, B and C, along with temporary exhibitors in The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market, making it a one-stop shopping and sourcing destination for retailers and designers alike.”

New, Expanding, Relocating Home Décor Showrooms

Six new showrooms will open in Buildings B and C for summer market. Newcomers are: B S Trading Company Inc., suppliers of accent furniture, throws, rugs, accessories, hides and horns, in 2,867 square feet on B3; County Road, providers of votives, candle holders, candlesticks, decorative cushions, storage boxes, baskets, throws, picture frames and vases, in 607 square feet on C5; LoLo Rugs and Lights, importers of fine home décor, lighting, handmade rugs, jewelry, natural soap and textiles, in 1,678 square feet on C4; Red Horse Arts, manufacturers of vintage and modern wall décor, in 1,883 square feet on A4; and Stark Carpet Stark Studio Rugs, manufacturers of luxurious carpets and area rugs, in 1,980 square feet on C1. In addition to these first-time LVMKT exhibitors, Saddlemans, suppliers of luxury leather Brazilian cowhides and hide rugs, returns to Las Vegas Market in a new 1,668 square foot showroom on C4.

Four current tenants are expanding or relocating their showroom presentations including: Couristan, manufacturers of fine carpets and area rugs, expanding to 4,530 square feet on B3; etuHOME by Europe2You, providers of kitchen accessories and home accents, relocating to 1,701 square feet on C5; Sugarboo Co., suppliers of uplifting art prints, charming home goods and whimsical paper products, relocating to 1,710 square feet in Salon West on C5. Additionally, Mitchell Black, suppliers of designer wallcoverings, wallpaper, wall art, designer flooring, decorative pillows, scented soy candles and outdoor fabric, will make its summer market debut in in Salon West on C5.

New Home Décor Temporary Exhibitors

The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market also welcome a number of new home décor suppliers to temporary exhibits in Pavilion Two. First-time exhibitors in Home, Design Home and Discoveries include: Blue Orange Pottery (home and garden décor); Boyu Exhibition (Dalian) Co., Ltd. (garden accents and accessories); Taylor Linens (bedding and accessories); Twelve Timbers (wall art and accessories. Additionally, Antiques and Interiors (European antiques, accessories and pine reproductions) returns following a hiatus from Las Vegas Market.

These newcomers join notable returning home décor exhibitors in Pavilion 2: Age of Industry (vintage home accents); Beyond Cushions Corporation (decorative pillows and cushions); Brayden Brooks (wall art and accessories); Contrast, Inc. (mixed media décor); D Home (accessories); Djem (furniture and accessories); Forever Green Art (botanicals); Go Home (vintage inspired home furnishings, giftware and accessories); Golden Oldies (furniture and accessories); Homestead Textiles, Inc. (luxury bath towels); House of Cindy (decorative pillows, rugs and accessories); Indus Design Imports (furniture and accessories); Modelli Creations (bohemian chic home decor, gifts, and accessories); Shiv Shakti Exports (carpets, rugs and cushions); Uber Chic Home (upcycled, reclaimed and vintage accents); and Vintage Addiction (costume jewelry, ladies’ handbags, furniture, and home accessories).

Best of the West Program Features Top Tastemakers

Beyond showrooms, Las Vegas Market is spotlighting better home décor with the return of its popular and proprietary “Best of the West in Life Style” trend report, co-sponsored by REstyleSOURCE, on Monday, July 30, from 3 to 4 p.m. in WorldView on B16. In this year’s “Best of the West,” six top tastemakers will reveal their take on what’s hot in West Coast lifestyle and design. The session, moderated by Jesse Bodine president and co-founder of Scout Nimble, an online home furnishings e-commerce site where designers across the country build shoppable designer rooms, is worth 0.1 CEU. A meet and greet cocktail reception with the panelists will take place in Salon West from 4 to 5 p.m. following the presentation.

Panelists include taste-making influencers and designers Kristen Forgione of The LifeStyled Company, a full-service design and retail studio; Ryan Garvin of Ryan Garvin Photography, specializing in interior design photography; Jenny Komenda, creator of the award-winning blog Little Green Notebook and the design business Juniper Studio, as well as a contributing editor for Domino; Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker, co-founders of Sugar Paper LA, renowned for its chic design aesthetic, unparalleled taste, perfectionism and celebrity clientele; and internationally known designer Caitlin Wilson of Caitlin Wilson Design.

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LAS VEGAS MARKET CONTINUES HOME DÉCOR SURGE

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LAS VEGAS, NV – (June 14, 2018) – Las Vegas Market announced today another wave of home décor resource expansion, with an additional 10 new, expanding and relocating vendors confirmed in permanent showrooms and temporary exhibits for the Summer 2018 Las Vegas Market, running July 29 to August 2, 2018.

Las Vegas Market is continuing to experience growth in the better home décor category, and we are delighted to welcome a total of 22 new, expanding and relocating showrooms to Market this summer,” said Julie Messner, Senior Vice of Furniture Home Décor Leasing for International Market Centers. “Las Vegas Market is the fastest-growing home décor and gift market in the United States, with 1,036,000+ square feet home décor resources presented on 11 showroom floors in Buildings A, B and C, along with temporary exhibitors in The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market, making it a one-stop shopping and sourcing destination for retailers and designers alike.”

New, Expanding, Relocating Home Décor Showrooms

Six new showrooms will open in Buildings B and C for Summer Market. Newcomers are: B S Trading Company Inc., suppliers of accent furniture, throws, rugs, accessories, hides and horns, in 2,867 square feet on B3; County Road, providers of votives, candle holders, candlesticks, decorative cushions, storage boxes, baskets, throws, picture frames and vases, in 607 square feet on C5; LoLo Rugs and Lights, importers of fine home décor, lighting, handmade rugs, jewelry, natural soap and textiles, in 1,678 square feet on C4; Red Horse Arts, manufacturers of vintage and modern wall décor, in 1,883 square feet on A4; and Stark Carpet Stark Studio Rugs, manufacturers of luxurious carpets and area rugs, in 1,980 square feet on C1. In addition to these first-time LVMKT exhibitors, Saddlemans, suppliers of luxury leather Brazilian cowhides and hide rugs, returns to Las Vegas Market in a new 1,668 square foot showroom on C4.

Four current tenants are expanding or relocating their showroom presentations for the Summer Market, including: Couristan, manufacturers of fine carpets and area rugs, expanding to 4,530 square feet on B3; etuHOME by Europe2You, providers of kitchen accessories and home accents, relocating to 1,701 square feet on C5; Sugarboo Co., suppliers of uplifting art prints, charming home goods and whimsical paper products, relocating to 1,710 square feet in Salon West on C5. Additionally, Mitchell Black, suppliers of designer wallcoverings, wallpaper, wall art, designer flooring, decorative pillows, scented soy candles and outdoor fabric, will make its Summer Market debut in in Salon West on C5.

New Home Décor Temporary Exhibitors

The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market also welcome a number of new home décor suppliers to temporary exhibits in Pavilion Two. First-time exhibitors in HOME, DESIGN HOME and DISCOVERIES include: Blue Orange Pottery (home and garden décor); Boyu Exhibition (Dalian) Co., Ltd. (garden accents and accessories); Taylor Linens (bedding and accessories); Twelve Timbers (wall art and accessories. Additionally, Antiques and Interiors (European antiques, accessories and pine reproductions) returns following a hiatus from Las Vegas Market.

These newcomers join notable returning home décor exhibitors in Pavilion 2: Age of Industry (vintage home accents); Beyond Cushions Corporation (decorative pillows and cushions); Brayden Brooks (wall art and accessories); Contrast, Inc. (mixed media décor); D Home (accessories); Djem (furniture and accessories); Forever Green Art (botanicals); Go Home (vintage inspired home furnishings, giftware and accessories); Golden Oldies (furniture and accessories); Homestead Textiles, Inc. (luxury bath towels); House of Cindy (decorative pillows, rugs and accessories); Indus Design Imports (furniture and accessories); Modelli Creations (bohemian chic home decor, gifts, and accessories); Shiv Shakti Exports (carpets, rugs and cushions); Uber Chic Home (upcycled, reclaimed and vintage accents); and Vintage Addiction (costume jewelry, ladies’ handbags, furniture, and home accessories).

Best of the West Program Features Top Tastemakers

Beyond showrooms, Las Vegas Market is spotlighting better home décor with the return of its popular and proprietary “Best of the West in Life Style” trend report, co-sponsored by REstyleSOURCE, on Monday, July 30, from 3pm to 4pm, in WorldView on B16. In this year’s “Best of the West,” six top tastemakers will reveal their take on what’s hot in West Coast lifestyle and design. The session, moderated by Jesse Bodine president and co-founder of Scout Nimble, an online home furnishings e-commerce site where designers across the country build shoppable designer rooms, is worth 0.1 CEU. A meet and greet cocktail reception with the panelists will take place in Salon West from 4pm to 5pm following the presentation.

Panelists include taste-making influencers and designers Kristen Forgione of The LifeStyled Company, a full-service design and retail studio; Ryan Garvin of Ryan Garvin Photography, specializing in interior design photography; Jenny Komenda, creator of the award-winning blog Little Green Notebook and the design business Juniper Studio, as well as a contributing editor for Domino ; Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker, co-founders of Sugar Paper LA, renowned for its chic design aesthetic, unparalleled taste, perfectionism and celebrity clientele; and internationally-known designer Caitlin Wilson of Caitlin Wilson Design.

Las Vegas Market is the nation’s fastest growing gift and home décor market and the leading furniture marketplace in the western U.S., presenting 4,000+ gift, home décor and furniture resources in an unrivaled market destination. Las Vegas Market features thousands of gift, furniture and home décor lines, allowing for cross-category commerce among these industries. The Summer 2018 Las Vegas Market runs July 29 to August 2, 2018. For more information, visit www.lasvegasmarket.com .

About International Market Centers, L.P.

Las Vegas Market is produced by International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC), the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. International Market Centers owns and operates 12.2 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C. and Las Vegas. IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. For more information on IMC, visit http://imcenters.com/ .

 

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Vegas market continues to expand home décor lineup

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Market continues to expand its home décor resources, with additional new, expanding and relocating vendors confirmed in permanent showrooms and temporary exhibits for the summer event, July 29-Aug. 2.

Las Vegas Market is continuing to experience growth in the better home décor category, and we are delighted to welcome a total of 22 new, expanding and relocating showrooms to market this summer,” said Julie Messner, senior vice of furniture and home décor leasing for International Market Centers.

Six new showrooms will open in Buildings B and C for summer market, including:

  • BS Trading Company Inc., suppliers of accent furniture, throws, rugs, accessories, hides and horns, space B3
  • LoLo Rugs and Lights, importers of fine home décor, lighting, handmade rugs, jewelry, natural soap and textiles, space C4
  • Stark Carpet Stark Studio Rugs, manufacturers of luxurious carpets and area rugs, space C1
  • County Road, providers of votives, candle holders, candlesticks, decorative cushions, storage boxes, baskets, throws, picture frames and vases, space C5
  • Red Horse Arts, manufacturers of vintage and modern wall décor, space A4
  • In addition, Saddlemans, supplier of luxury leather Brazilian cowhides and hide rugs, returns to Las Vegas in a new 1,668-square-foot showroom in space C4.

Four current tenants are expanding or relocating their showrooms, including Couristan, manufacturers of carpets and area rugs, space B3; etuHOME by Europe2You, providers of kitchen accessories and home accents, space C5; Sugarboo Co., suppliers of art prints, home goods and paper products, space C5. Also, Mitchell Black, supplier of wallcoverings, wallpaper, wall art, flooring, decorative pillows, scented soy candles and outdoor fabric, will make its Las Vegas Market debut in Salon West, space C5.

First-time temporary exhibitors in H ome, D esign Home and D iscoveries in Pavilion 2 include: Blue Orange Pottery (home and garden décor), Boyu Exhibition (garden accents and accessories), Taylor Linens (bedding and accessories), and Twelve Timbers (wall art and accessories).

Additionally, Antiques and Interiors (European antiques, accessories and pine reproductions) returns following a hiatus from Las Vegas Market.

Las Vegas Market also is spotlighting better home décor with the return of its “Best of the West in Life Style” trend report, co-sponsored by REstyleSOURCE, on July 30, featuring six top tastemakers on what’s hot in West Coast lifestyle and design. The session offers 0.1 CEU and will be followed by a meet-and-greet cocktail reception with the panelists.

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8 Genius Egg Shortcuts To Make Any Meal Easier And More Delicious

Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, if you have a carton of eggs in the fridge then you have a meal. And it’s a healthy one to boot! You might think you know everything there is to know about the various ways to cook eggs, but we found eight genius ways to make eggs even easier and more delicious. From proper preparation to time-saving tricks and make-ahead recipes, these ideas will take your eggs from ordinary to eggs-traordinary.

1. Crack eggs on a flat surface.

Instead of cracking an egg on the edge of a bowl, crack on the counter or other flat surface. “This will prevent eggshells from landing in your food,” Claudia Sidoti, Head Chef and Recipe Developer at HelloFresh, told Simplemost.

Additionally, crack eggs into a small bowl before adding them to whatever you’re cooking in order to more easily scoop out any misplaced shell.

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2. Whip eggs with water.

To make sure your omelet is as light and fluffy as possible, Sidoti recommended adding a bit of water as you beat the eggs. And while you’re at it, don’t overbeat them, either!

Hello Fresh

3. Cook with nonstick pans.

“Nonstick pans are the ultimate cooking tool when making eggs in order to avoid the egg sticking to the pan,” said Sidoti. If you use other cookware, the eggs are more likely to burn or brown too quickly.

Hello Fresh

4. Warm up your eggs to room temperature.

Yes, eggs need to be refrigerated long-term. But if you let eggs sit at room temperature before adding them to recipes, they will disperse more evenly into the batter. According to Sidoti, the batter will also cook more evenly, which leads to a lighter texture in cakes.

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5. Bake your hard-boiled eggs instead of boiling them.

If you’re feeding a crowd, or planning ahead for the week, it’s easier to prep hard-boiled eggs by baking them in the oven. Zested Lemon shared her fool-proof technique for making batches of hard-boiled eggs in a cupcake or individual brownie pan.

Zested Lemon

6. Great creative with your omelets by cooking them in bread.

Why make toast and eggs separately when you can bake them together in one delicious dish? This recipe for Baked Egg Boats from Spoon Fork Bacon is a perfect way to switch up how you usually eat eggs. The finished product is like an omelet tucked into crunchy bread.

Spoon Fork Bacon

7. Or use veggies as your vessel!

This quick recipe from Brooklyn Supper packs a balanced meal into an adorable fresh tomato. It’s equally delicious as an afternoon snack or a breakfast side dish.

For another tasty recipe, try baking your eggs in acorn squash.

Brooklyn Supper

8. Make the world’s easiest pancake recipe.

If you have one egg and one banana, then you have a recipe for pancakes. Yes, seriously. There are many variations on this simple theme — some add a little flour, protein powder, or other ingredients — but this basic recipe from Gimme Delicious is hard to beat.

Gimme Delicious

Time to get cracking!

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How to clean and maintain your new cookware

Cookware is as varied as the foods cooks can prepare. Running the gamut from ceramic to cast iron to stainless steel, cookware is available in various styles that fit cooks’ lifestyles and budgets.

Home cooks have more options than ever before when outfitting their kitchen equipment, and different cooking materials may raise questions about how to clean and maintain new items.

Here’s a look at some popular cookware materials and how to care for those pots and pans.

Ceramic: Ceramic coatings are made from inorganic, nonmetallic film layers on hard materials to create nonstick surfaces that are generally resistant to scratching. Because they can be safer than some other nonstick alternatives, some consumers may prefer ceramic to other materials.

Even though ceramic is durable, it is not impervious to damage. Use wooden, silicone, plastic or nylon utensils when cooking with ceramic.

Metal utensils may mar the surface. Even though the cookware is nonstick, using a small bit of oil or butter can help prolong this feature. Cooking sprays are not recommended.

Ceramic should be hand-washed with soap and water to keep it pristine. Some people recommended periodic deep cleanings with baking soda and water to remove any residue.

Cast iron:Cast iron cookware has been around for generations. One of the key things to remember about cast iron is that a proper seasoning of the material will help cooking and cleanup. General instructions for seasoning a cast iron skillet involve heating it up on the stovetop until it’s smoking hot, then rubbing a little oil into it and allowing it to cool.

According to cast iron cookware manufacturer Lodge, each time you cook, you will help maintain this seasoning.

Cast iron can rust so it should be hand-washed with a stiff scrubber (no soap) and dried immediately. Rub on a thin coating of vegetable oil to protect it from moisture.

Stainless steel: Stainless steel materials are versatile in the kitchen because they do not rust. Plus, pots and pans can move easily between the stovetop and oven. Because stainless steel is not nonstick, heating up the cookware first before adding oil and food can prevent items from sticking to the surface.

Cleaning may require soaking in warm, soapy water and then scrubbing with non-abrasive sponges. Specialty non-abrasive cleaners designed to restore stainless steel from discolouration also can be used periodically.

Copper: Copper cookware is quick to warm and distributes heat very evenly. They are often a tool of the trade when heat-sensitive recipes call for careful temperature control.

Copper is highly reactive and isn’t food-safe on its own. Copper usually features a protective layer of nickel or stainless steel to make it food-safe. That means avoiding abrasive cleansers or sponges.

Another rule of thumb is to reduce the heat under copper pans and pots because they are such good conductors of heat. This will prevent stuck-on foods, making for easier cleanup.

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