Category Archives: Bakeware
What It Is: This set of glass baking dishes plus insulated carrier by kitchenware experts Anchor Hocking solves two problems: what to bake your casserole in and how to transport it safely to an away-from-home party, bbq, or picnic. Why … Continue reading
What It Is: Celebrated chef Curtis Stone has come up with a unique loaf-shaped pan (along with a muffin pan and several other baking pans) that takes baking to a new easier-than-ever–and even fun–level. With steel sides and bottom, the … Continue reading
The arrival of fall means it’s time to visit your local apple orchard. Nan honed her apple pie-making skills during the many years that her family owned an Iowa orchard. She likes to use two or three different cooking apple … Continue reading
What It Is: A variety of styles ,shapes, designs, and colors of oven-safe paper and plastic bakeware made by Welcome Home Brands, an extensive paper bakeware company.
Do you or don’t you need a loaf pan in your cookware pantry? Yes, for sure, if you like to bake. Many quick bread recipes call for this pan as do traditional loaf-shaped yeast breads. You’ll also find it handy … Continue reading
What It Is: A nonstick baking pan by Norpro with donut-shaped impressions for making baked cake-style donuts.
What It Is: Plan on cooking large pieces of meat for the holiday table be it a bird or a roast? The KitchenAid Stainless Steel Roaster with Rack is large enough, sturdy enough, and roasts to perfection.
What It Is: This Burgundian clay-glazed, flameproof ceramic baking stone from Emile Henry bakes brick-oven style pizza in the oven or on the barbecue grill, either gas or charcoal.
1. Pantone, recognized as the authority on color theory and trends, took a bold step by naming Honeysuckle, an eye-popping pink hue, the color of the year for 2011. “Honeysuckle is a captivating, stimulating color that gets the adrenaline going–perfect … Continue reading