Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 21:49:01 PM by Hector Bethune. Cookware. Different varieties of cookware are available today to match various types of functional applications. The cost and the performance of any cookware product vary according to its material. If the thermal conductivity of the material is high, the food will cook faster. Hence, the price of such cookware is higher.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:55:14 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Hector Bethune. We went back to the knife shop and started our collection of Global knives. They are made of molybdenum/vanadium stainless steel and razor sharp (and I mean sharp!). On top of that, the knives are both ice-tempered and resistant to rust or staining. That silly (at first glance) dimpled handle is much more slip resistant than our more traditional knives. One of the advantages of the all in one piece construction is that there is no place for bacteria to hide in the handle or the space between the blade and handle as there is in the traditional construction. Now add a limited lifetime warranty and you have a set of knives which will last for many generations. You will want to hand wash these knives just as you do any other good cutlery. Again, be careful, they are very sharp. They maintain that edge through a lot of use and don't require frequent sharpening.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:55:00 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Hector Bethune. Whether you purchase the best kitchen knives money can buy or the cheapest knife set you can find, you have to consider how you are going to store your knives. Storing your knives properly is important for safety and for preventing dulling and damage to your knives. This article contains information and tips on how to store kitchen knives.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:54:54 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Mathieu Auger. Of all of the types of steel being used for kitchen knives none is more common than Stainless Steel. A word of caution not all stainless are created equal. A better understanding of them is important when considering buying kitchen knives.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:54:46 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Nathan Tremblay. Knives used for softer foods do not necessarily need a full width and length tang. High carbon stainless steel is the top choice material for use in making cutlery knife blades. This top grade material keeps its color and is not damaged by acid foods like onions, lemons or tomatoes. Although it is much harder to craft a good cutting edge initially, it lasts much longer on a high carbon stainless steel blade. Materials that have less carbon content, like carbon steel and stainless steel, are also used for good kitchen knives. However, those knives do not last as well as those of high carbon stainless steel.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:42:45 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Nicolas Gallois. Generally steel is considered stainless if it contains at least 12% Chromium. The amount of Chromium is a debatable point some say 10.5% is enough for a steel to be stainless but when looking at most better quality stainless steels 12% - 14% seems to be the norm. That said Chromium is not the only element crucial to here. The quality of a kitchen knife varies considerably with the type of steel that the knife is made from. Many knives that are simply called stainless contain virtually no Carbon. Carbon is the element that allows steel to be hardened, hard steel will hold an edge better than soft steel thus providing better edge holding. Low Carbon Stainless typically has less than 0.03% Carbon, these tends to be used on inexpensive kitchen knives and other kitchen cutlery. They do not hold a very good edge and require frequent sharpening. Some telltale signs are highly shinny blades, often they are very thin and flexible knives, and commonly have serrated blades such as those seen on a bread knife.
Published at Saturday, October 27th 2018, 02:03:18 AM. Tableware By Fanny Jauffret. Reuse Clear Tableware - A simple way to reduce your carbon footprint when it comes to disposable tableware is to simply reuse it! Most clear tableware products can be thoroughly sanitized by putting it in the dishwasher (just don't use the hottest cycle) or hand washing using soap and water. While its final destination may inevitably be a landfill, clear tableware can have multiple life cycles instead of just one. This can also save you a significant amount of money since you won't have to purchase new disposable tableware every time you throw a party or have an event.
Published at Saturday, October 27th 2018, 02:02:48 AM. Cutlery & Kitchen Knives By Mathieu Auger. Kyocera knives were launched in Japan in 1984. Despite their highly technical production, Kyocera believe nothing can replace skilled craftsmanship and many years experience, therefore all Kyocera ceramic knives are individually ground by hand.