1. CAST IRON SKILLET
Cast iron skillets are not only incredibly resilient but also versatile. Cast iron cookware, an excellent heat conductor, distributes heat evenly and is perfect for a variety of techniques, including the broiler, which is essential for recipes that call for baking food to completion.
2. ENAMELLED CAST IRON POT
Consider an enamelled cast iron pot: not only is it heavy enough for even heating, but the enamel provides a non-stick surface and non-reactivity to acidic or alkaline foods, making it a low-maintenance and durable addition to any kitchen.
Stainless steel saucepans are tried-and-true. They look elegant, they’re durable and they distribute heat evenly and efficiently, which is a must to ensure your sauce reduces and simmers at the right speed and temperature.
4. LARGE STOCKPOT
While the soup season may be fleeting, a reliable stockpot is a year-round necessity in the kitchen. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself using this kitchen workhorse frequently due to its durable finish and huge size.
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