posted on Oct, 7 2015 @ 02:22 AM
I love my German Woll pots/pans. I have a full stainless set made by All-Clad, but I'm lazy a lot of the time and enjoy nonstick. I won't be dead
using teflon or any kind of teflon-like nonstick pan, so I went with Wool. They use a diamond coating, and it's free of all the nasty chemicals. Its
tough enough you can use metal in it.
I have other specialty pots/pans too...like my French De Buyer iron pan. It looks like stainless steel but is iron, the more you use it the more
patina it picks up and the more non-stick it gets. It's oven safe, great for searing meats on an induction cooktop.
Actually, that is probably the coolest kitchen gizmo I have...induction cook top. This is the one I have, it's not super fancy but it's pretty
You can boil water in half the time as gas or electric. You can set the specific temp for things too. If I want to cook something at 265F, I can. It
uses magnetic fields to instantly heat the metal evenly. The only catch is you need magnetic cookware. The pots/pans don't stick to it like a magnet
though. Very, very cool piece of kit. Since it's portable I can set it up as an additional cooking surface when I have a lot of stuff to cook. It
works well with enameled cast iron dutch ovens. I'm partial to my blue Staubs:
But Lodge (American brand) also makes a surprisingly good one for really, really cheap. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for an enameled dutch
oven due to the cost/quality. If you think you might like cooking in one, get the Lodge first, try it out and then if you like it, invest in a Le
Cruset or Staub. I like Staub better...Le Cruset makes some of their stuff in China now
edit on 7-10-2015 by MystikMushroom because: (no reason given)