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Farberware Classic Stainless Steel 2-Quart Covered Saucepan

by Meyer Corporation
List price: $50.00 Price: $13.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Comfortable handle with iconic styling provides a confident grasp; stainless steel, snug-fitting lid boasts bell shape, rolled rim and stylish knob
  • The 2-quart saucepan's full cap base boasts stainless steel layered over a thick aluminum core for rapid, even heating; pan exterior is mirror-finished

Product description

Ideal for simmering alfredo-mushroom sauce or reheating homemade minestrone soup, this stylish Farberware Classic Series Stainless Steel 2-Quart Covered Saucepan is a helpful addition in the kitchen. Farberware has been trusted by families for over 100 years, and this saucepan continues that tradition for a new generation. The saucepan’s full cap base features stainless steel layered over a thick aluminum core to provide rapid, even heating. Heavy-duty construction is finished with a mirror-polished exterior for a classic touch. And the comfortable handle offers iconic styling and a confident grasp when transferring creamy mac and cheese into a serving dish. Boasting an attractive bell shape, the stainless steel, snug-fitting lid features an eye-catching knob and a rolled rim for added durability. Oven safe to 350°F, the pan is conveniently dishwasher safe. And this saucepan coordinates perfectly with frypans, stockpots and other items from the Farberware Classic Series collection.

Whether preparing sauces, soups or other family favorites, the Farberware Classic Series Stainless Steel 2-Quart Covered Saucepan looks and performs great on the stovetop.

Functional as well as beautiful, this 2-quart saucepan is made of heavy 18/10 stainless steel polished to a mirror finish. The pan has an aluminum core in its base to spread heat quickly and evenly. The core is completely clad in stainless steel so, like the rest of the pan, the bottom resists corrosion and discoloring and cleans up easily. Thick rolled rims add durability and make it possible to pour from the pan without dripping. Because the pan comes with a domed lid that self-bastes foods it can be used for reheating a portion or two of cassoulet or macaroni and cheese on the stovetop or in the oven without drying it out. (The handles are oven-safe to 350 degrees F and stay cool on the stovetop.) The pan is dishwasher-safe and comes with a lifetime warranty against defects. --Fred Brack



T-fal Cookware Set, Pots and Pans Set, 13 Piece, Stainless Steel with Copper Bottom, Silver

by Groupe SEB
Price: $149.91 Buy Now

Features:
  • Riveted stainless-steel handles ergonomically designed for comfort
  • 13-piece cookware set includes 8- and 10.5-inch fry pans; 12-inch covered fry pan; 1-, 2-, and 3-quart sauce pans; 5-quart covered stew pot
  • Oven safe up to 500 degrees F; induction compatible; limited lifetime warranty; dishwasher-safe

Product description

T-fal Stainless Steel Cookware Set, Pots and Pans with Copper-Bottom, 13-Piece, Silver, Model C836SD. A nice alternative to nonstick and lighter in weight than cast iron, T-fal Ultimate Stainless-Steel Copper-Bottom cookware delivers optimal cooking results and long-lasting performance—all in a sleek, modern design that looks beautiful in any kitchen. The durable stainless-steel cookware features a multi-layer base, which includes a thick-gauge aluminum core bonded between two layers of stainless steel, along with copper heat channels on the bottom. The result: enhanced overall strength, supreme warp-resistance, and ultra-fast, even heat distribution throughout. The cookware can be used on any stovetop, including induction, and it’s oven safe up to 500 degrees F for added versatility. Even more, the cookware’s ergonomically designed stainless-steel handles offer a secure, comfortable grip and are riveted for strength, while vented glass lids trap in heat and moisture and make it easy to check on food at a glance. Other highlights include interior measuring marks, gently flared rims, easy dishwasher-safe cleaning, and a polished stainless-steel exterior for a gleaming sense of sophistication. As part of the T-fal Ultimate line of cookware, this 13-piece set includes 8- and 10.5-inch fry pans; 12-inch covered fry pan; 1-, 2-, and 3-quart sauce pans; 5-quart covered stew pot









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Mother's Best

Mother's Best

Published by Taunton Press 2015

ISBN 9781600850172,1600850170
394 pages

The owner of Mother's Bistro and Bar collects her own recipes, as well as those of mothers from around the world, into an array of 175 tasty comfort-food dishes that include appetizers, coups, salads, main courses, sides, breakfast foods, sandwiches and desserts, all illustrated with 60 full-color photos.

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Gluten-Free Quinoa Fig “Newton” and Whole Wheat Fig “Newton” Bars

I’ve been waiting for these fig bars to make it to the Ancient Harvest recipe pages so I could share. I love them, and they’re refined sugar free (nothing but figs, dates, and a little pure orange sweetening these), and most importantly, Little Monkey loves them, too. Or should I say, alas, Not-So-Little Monkey, *sniff*. My “Fitty Big Boy”, as he’s called himself these past few months, is turning TWO. I’m trying to remember to keep mourning the baby times at bay. This last year as our family has flown faster than the first, but with delightful go, go GO. What’s not to love about Toddlerhood. Fitty Big Boy is bold–but careful in the best way–thinking deliberately, taking chances, and making gigantic strides in every way. He works hard and is courageous and joyful in that hard work. He can run like the wind, with a forward lean that tugs at my heart, seeing him so fleet, so small, moving away. He can lift gallon-jugs filled with orange juice, cool, proud little helper. He can hike almost 2 miles UPHILL IN THE MOUNTAINS, the whole time observing, noticing all the birds, wildlife, rocks, and flowers. He has big, brilliant energy, but he likes quiet times, too. He gives monster hugs and sweet kisses with gentle, loving pats. I’m consumed with nostalgia and a little dread that sits on my back like the proverbial monkey…aching, wishing, hoping to learn to trust that as things evolve, so will we be ready to face new challenges and joys. I’m fearful, what if I can’t handle myself anymore, as he learns to need me less and less. Moms who have been there, or are here with me, I love your thoughts. ) I created the Gluten-Free version for Ancient Harvest, and decided why not make some whole wheat ones, too. The latter felt much easier…which is a bit ridiculous, because the difference is really just a case of opening a couple fewer bags (no almond meal or coconut flour). It reminds me of a Brian Regan sketch that cracked me up about those stripey peanut butter-jelly products (“I don’t want to open TWO jars. Seriously, both versions are simple to make, and the making of can be achieved in steps that are as drawn-out as you like. The dough needs to chill for an hour or more, but doesn’t hurt from even days of sitting in the fridge. The paste can be made well in advance, too. Then it’s just a question of finding 10 minutes to roll out your dough into a long rectangle, spread the paste onto half, fold over and bake. The gluten-free dough can be crumbly, so be sure to use parchment paper or a silicone baking mat (love these. Little Monkey doesn’t have much yet in the way of snack products. I’m sure there’s a good bit of naivete on my part in attempting to keep it that way, but that’s OK. He’s tried store-bought fig bars and loved them, and I love that I can make him a batch of fairly good lookalikes free from chemicals and... And that creating like this is one thing I can do that looks set to grow, as he grows, at least for awhile.

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