Articles tagged with: Stainless Steel
Pan-seared New Zealand Lamb Racks
I’m still working on that learning curve of transitioning from non-stick cookware to stainless steel. I had a small lamb rack in the freezer for the past few months and I finally decided to put it to the test. I kept it simple this time around, no fancy ingredients, just lamb, garlic, onions, salt, pepper, dried thyme, and olive oil.
Preheat the pan at medium-low heat. Slice two garlic cloves into chips and dice half of a yellow onion. Sweat them out in a pan with …
I’ve officially entered the realm of stainless steel cooking. Using stainless steel pans for the first couple of days has proved to be a small challenge. And yet, the transition from non-stick cookware to the new set wasn’t as difficult as I initially thought. The stainless steel heats up faster and I had to adjust the heat to a lower setting from what I normally use.
I was searing a test piece of flank steak and it charred up rather quickly. Too quickly as a matter of fact. I seared in …
I remember the feeling when I took out my very first Nintendo Entertainment System out of its box, the excitement and anticipation was a full body experience. Even though the feeling didn’t exactly come close to that when I took out the Calphalon Contemporary Stainless Steel pots and pans out of the box, it certainly was exciting.
It’s like Christmas all over again!
In all, I spent a little over $425.00 after tax for a 19 piece set. The Calphalon Contemporary Stainless Steel 10-Piece Set was $399, and it came …
When I moved out to live on my own, I bought a budget Teflon-coated pots and pans set. After the constant cooking and dish washing abuse, the set has seen better days. In fact, the erosion of the Teflon-coated surface is pretty obvious. Now I’m trying to figure out where the Teflon went. Did it transfer to the food I was cooking with? Did it dissipate into the air? Whatever the case, I’m sure a good amount of the chemical made its …