August 14, 2009, Newsletter Issue #179: Every Pot In Its Place

Tip of the Week

When it comes to storing your favorite new cookware, you need to decide if you want to hide it away or show it off! The newest cookware lines from all the best brands now look so stylish itís almost a shame to stick them in a cabinet.

∑ Gorgeous colored cookware, like enamel on cast-iron Le Creuset in Carribean blue, French blue and classic red, are so stylish and colorful they beg to be seen. Copper cookware by All-Clad, Ruffoni and Mauviel also add shine to your decor when brought out of the pantry. Try a black iron cookware stand meant for an open corner to keep surfaces safe from chipping and show off your cooking style.

∑ Whether your cookware collection is gleaming stainless steel, soft polish aluminum or stylish black hard-anodized aluminum, they all look modern when hanging from a fabulous pot rack because the newest cookware finishes match appliance finishes. Shapes are oval or square and fit perfectly over a kitchen island.

∑ If you really want to store your cookware out of sight, invest in a lid organizer to keep lids from getting scratched and chipped. Storage tip: Line each pot nested in a cabinet with a paper towel to avoid chipping or scratching of any surfaces.

∑ The newest cooking utensil sets usually come in a show-off canister to display counter top for easy access. Choose curved, white ceramic in a country kitchen, brushed aluminum or stainless to match your cookware and appliance finishes. Choose colorful if your cookware and kitchen is decorated that way!

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