2014 Best Cookware Sets by Chef Dan

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1. By 2. Have you been caught by indecision while shopping for cookware and you find yourself clueless whether to pick a stainless or a cast iron pan? 3. If you did, you…
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  • 2. Have you been caught by indecision while shopping for cookware and you find yourself clueless whether to pick a stainless or a cast iron pan?
  • 3. If you did, you are not alone.
  • 4. Many neophyte cook are as confused as you are! Choosing the best cookware can be confusing and can be a big challenge, not to mention that the one that is best for you may not be the best for another cook.
  • 5. Cooking is more fun when you have the right cookware set. So to pick the best, you need to understand the different types of cookware and their purpose.
  • 6. The Different Types of Cookware
  • 7. STAINLESS STEEL If you want cookware that is easy to maintain and clean, stainless steel is one of the most favored cookware by chefs and home cooks all over the globe. PROS:  Durable.  Flavor preservation.  Rust, corrosion, and stain resistant. CONS:  Poor heat transfer.  Can be expensive.  Can be dull with scrubbing.
  • 8. CAST IRON A classic favorite, cast iron cookware is known for its exceptional cooking prowess. PROS:  Inexpensive  Extremely durable  Great heat retention CONS:  Can react to food  High maintenance cookware  Heavy  Can rust if not seasoned
  • 9. COPPER If you want a cookware that offers excellent heat conduction, choose copper. It is the cookware of chefs for a reason. PROS:  Excellent heat conductor. CONS:  Can react with food.  Requires regular maintenance.
  • 10. NON-STICK If you are very particular with your family’s health lifestyle, a non-stick pan will always be a pleaser. PROS:  Requires little or no oil and fat when cooking.  Easy to use.  Easy to clean. CONS:  Easily scratches.  Less heat transfer.  Cannot caramelize food (not good for cooking sauces).
  • 11. ALUMINUM Aluminum is a common and popularly used cookware. It is also used 50% of all the cookware manufactured today. PROS:  Excellent heat conductor. CONS:  Easily scratches and dents.  Can react with food.  Requires regular maintenance.
  • 12. Looking for a high quality cookware fit for your needs? Visit us at: www.danscookware.com
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