Stylish Cookware

I am of a mind to revamp my entire kitchen, and in for the kind of cookware that looks good and is pleasure to cook with. I did a post about this a long time ago and the subject can do with some updating I think. I think it is a good idea to go in for a cookware set, for several reasons; it is a matched set so it looks really good, the set usually comprises graded sizes so that you have a appropriate vessel for any kind of requirement and also since you are buying a set it will probably entitle you to a discount too!

This 10 piece non stick cookware set is available from Amazon for $74.12 which is down from $99.99; pretty good deal I thought. Six pans of different sizes and four of them have lids.

I found this omelet pan cum egg poacher really interesting, mostly because of its novelty value rather than because of any particular liking for poached eggs and for $14.99, not too expensive I thought.

I am a big fan of non stick cookware, however Teflon has got a bad rap recently, so many people prefer other alternatives to Teflon such as hard anodized, cast iron, stainless steel etc. so if I had to pick non-non-stick, I would pick this 12 anodized cook set which I saw on Target, and which is available for 79.99, down from 99.99. Just a word though, about it being a 12 piece set: 12 piece includes 6 pans, 4 lids and two serving spoons.

Now who doesn’t like the smell of fresh baked cakes in the house? Part of the reason I like to do my own baking is so that the lovely smell of baking lingers in my kitchen most of the day. So I liked this five piece baking set in different sizes and shapes, for just $15.99!

A must have for any kitchen is one of those bake and serve sets: check out this 17 piece bake and store set for just $49,99. These things are really useful when you want to cook up a storm when you have the time and then freeze portions for later.

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7 Responses to “Stylish Cookware”

  1. Thanks for this. I have just come accross this blog and as I am always on the lookout for cheap things then this is a great site.

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  2. Great post Nicole. I sent this site to my wife, she’ll love it. We are cookaholics. lol.

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  3. I completely agree with you Nicole!

    I prefer the anodized pots and pans…They are heavy and heat evenly…I love Calphalon, for example…

    Also, the cook and serve sets (Pyrex-type) with the lids to go with it are so awesome! I love that they are coming with lids for both transport, if you’re bringing it to a shin-dig, or storing it in the fridge or freezer!

    Great post!

    Kimberly :)

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    Nicole Price reply on December 5th, 2008 11:41 am:

    Thanks Kimberly. Glad you liked it. Will surely pay your blog a visit.

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  4. Thanks fro visiting. Hope to see you around regualarly.

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  5. I remember my grandmother having cast iron cook ing pots. They literally lasted a lifetime.!
    Modern goods are too disposable

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