Ah, the classic Bundt pan. Ever wonder where it came from? It was created by NordicWare, a company that has provided long-lasting, quality kitchenware products since 1947. NordicWare also provides superior products and services for commercial bakeries, restaurants, food service suppliers, hotel chains, industrial coating application, and consumer houseware products. A lot of progress in nearly sixty years, and luckily much of it has trickled down to consumers who crave quality cookware.
I like the concept on non-stick but I keep having to buy a new pan every year or two because the coating wears off. Are there any non-stick pans out there that actually work well, are eas and are durable?
It's not always easy or convenient for me to cook outdoors, but sometimes I really crave a grilled steak. I'm thinking of buying a grill pan for indoors. Is there any one in particular you'd recommend?
I want one of those shiny black cast-iron pans without having to wait for years to achieve the finish, or for my grandmother to hand-down hers. Are there any cast-iron pans out there that have that finish already?
I'd like to cook more, but I am often just too tired and time-constrained when I return home. Do you have any suggestions for streamlining dinner preparation so I can put together a healthy, good tasting meal fast?