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Cookware Reviews
Following are some reviews of various cookware and cookware related products.   




All Clad Cookware Review
I purchased a set of  All-Clad cookware 6 months ago and the stainless line performs very well. However, the weight of the cookware and relative high cost should be considered when purchasing cookware for your own use or giving cookware as a gift....
Created By: mark Created On: 3/15/2007 Last Modified: 3/15/2007
All Clad Stainless 12-inch frying pan Review
I'm a big fan of the All-Clad lines for looks, performance, and utility.  There's no denying that they are on the pricey side, but the overall quality, I think, justifies the cost.  This pan is no exception.  It's on the large side--perfect for a family size saute when you don't want...
Created By: jabrams Created On: 6/24/2007 Last Modified: 6/24/2007
Anolon 52616 Advanced Collection 8-Piece Knife Set Review
"Great Knives!" many expressed tha "take and hold an edge well". Many like the "santoprene (silicon) handles" that "are very comfortable and slip-resistant". A few had a problem with the knife block labels that were "corroded" and others complained that the knife were a little cheap and...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/20/2007 Last Modified: 3/20/2007
Calphalon Cookware Review
Overview: Calphalon Cookware claims it is "...built to withstand high temperatures without warping. It's the one cookware you need for stovetop, oven and broiler cooking". We agree and so do several leading reviewer.   Calphalon Cookware Reviewers Say:   Reviewers thought the...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/13/2007 Last Modified: 3/13/2007
Calphalon Knives Review
Calphalon makes a number of inexpensive lines of knives including the Calphalon Comtemporary and Calphalon Katana.   Calphalon Kantana Knives are new on the scene. They have great styling and are super sharp out of the box. The knives are made with a damascus pattern on the blade that is very...
Created By: Administrator Created On: 3/10/2007 Last Modified: 4/6/2007
Ceramic Knives Review
Over the past 5 years ceramic knives, led by Kyocera have become increasingly popular so we wanted to try out a few and see how they perform. Ceramic knives have some distinct advantages over traditional knives as well as some disadvantages. Here is what we found. On the positive side, ceramic...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/17/2007 Last Modified: 4/17/2007
Chef's Choice 130 Sharpener Review
This review focuses on the Chefs Choice 130 .  Electric sharpeners have come a long way from the days when they were on the back side of electric can openers. Those old sharpeners destroyed knives by using aggressive grinding wheels that took off too much material and detempered the edge. This...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/13/2007 Last Modified: 3/13/2007
Chroma Knives Review
I recently purchased a set of Chroma Knives . The knives are very attractive and the design is innovative and are very artistic. However, I get the sense that the design was heavily skewed towards aesthetics and less concern was given to the ergonomics and helping cooks cut and slice. The handles...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/2/2007 Last Modified: 4/2/2007
Cuisinox Review
I just bought this incredible cookware on best-cookware-set.com and i just have to tell everyone about it. It cooks so amazingly and fast i love it! This websites has such cute gadgets i want to buy everything but i am very happy with the cookware I bought. I love to cook so its perfect. I recommend...
Created By: Jenn Created On: 4/10/2010 Last Modified: 4/10/2010
Damascus Knives Yaxell Japan Review
Using good kitchen knife is mandatory, and from my experience, buying the best knife you can effort, is the best strategy rather then buying an knives set on sale. I use a Damascus steel knife from one of the leading knife suppliers in Japan - Yaxell. I use the Ran 8" chef knife – the most amazing...
Created By: MYSYMON Created On: 10/7/2010 Last Modified: 10/7/2010
Forschner Victorinox Fibrox Chef's Knife Review
I am always looking for a good knife (I collect them). So, after reading reviews of the forschner victorinox fibrox chef's knife in 2 different magazines so I decided to try it out. The knife is light compared to my other forged knives and this takes a bit of getting used to. The blade...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/23/2007 Last Modified: 3/23/2007
Global Knife Set Review
The Global Knife Set in this review is a 2 piece set that features the 8" Chef Knife and a small paring knife. The G-2 Chef Knife is outstanding. Super sharp out of the box and very light in my hand. This knife was featured in the book "Kitchen Confidential" and I can see why Anthony...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/14/2007
Henckels Twin Select Review
Henckels Twin Select Knives are just one line out of 8 in the Henckels line of knives. The knives are destinctive because they have stainless steel handles and are the most expensive knives Henckels offers.  I purchased the Twin Select Henckels Chef Knife . The knife works great for...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/8/2007 Last Modified: 4/8/2007
Hiromoto Knives Review
Hiromoto Knives are made in Seki City, Japan. The knife that I own are the Aogami Super line and are forged from carbon steel. These knives are made of high Carbon steel with Chromium and Tungsten for added edge retention and durability. The hardness of the steel...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/14/2007
Ken Onion Chef's Knife Review
I recently purchased the  Ken Onion Chef's Knife which overall is a super knife. The knife is unusual in that the handle is on top of the knife and the edge is curved so it takes a bit getting used to. You tend to rock the knife more on the cutting board and once used to it...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/18/2007 Last Modified: 3/18/2007
Knife Case Review
We have used many kitchen knife cases over the years and would like to give a comparison of the 2 Wusthof cases we have used.  Wusthof Knife Roll 8pc: The material used holds up well and the pockets inside are adequate. The smaller one fills up fast and since it is a...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/14/2007
Krups 6 Slice Digital Converction Toaster Oven FBC412 Review
This toaster overn got top marks in a revent cooking magazine so I decided to try it. The toaster oven is super easy to use and has easy to understand and well laid out controls. The toaster oven made even and perfect toast and was fast. I found it much faster than my old Toastmaster Toaster oven....
Created By: mark Created On: 3/31/2007 Last Modified: 3/31/2007
Mac Knives Review
Mac Knives Review   Overview:   Mac knives are increasingly popular with home cooks and professionals alike. Manufactured in Japan, Mac knives feature thin, flexible blades which glide effortlessly through fruits, vegetables, meats and fish. Their knives are hardened to 57-61...
Created By: Susan Created On: 3/31/2007 Last Modified: 3/31/2007
Masahiro Knives Review
Masahiro knives are made in Japan and are almost unheard of with American cook's other than professionals. That is a shame. These high quality Japanese knives offer a great style and performance at a reasonable price.  What makes the special are a combination of design factors....
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/30/2007
Masamoto Knives Review
I recently purchased a Masamoto 240mm gyuto or western chef's knife. The knife is one of my favorites and really performs well. Here are the specs: Weight = 5.75oz Blade Length = 9.78" Overall Length = 16" Balance: 1" in front of bolster Blade Material/Construction VG 10 Steel Handle Material:...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/20/2007 Last Modified: 4/20/2007
Panini Grill Review
I recently purchased a Commercial Panini Grill manufactured by  Sirman who is a leading manufacturer of panini grills located in Italy. These grills are popular in coffee shops like the one I own and don't typically require expensive ventilation hoods. The grill I purchased is the large...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/7/2007 Last Modified: 4/7/2007
Shun Elite Knives Review
I just bought the all new Shun Elite knives and feel they are the better than the shun classic. The blades offer an attractive design and excellent performance. They are made out of powdered steel which is more evenly blended, eliminating weak spots and other imperfections. The...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/27/2007 Last Modified: 3/27/2007
Shun Knives Review
Shun Knives have a growing reputation as the best Japanese knives on the market today so I figured I would try one. The first thing I noticed when I took the knife out of the box was the d shaped handle. They designed this to fit in your hand and it was a little akward at first but after a while I...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/14/2007
Shun Pro Knives Review
I recently purchased a set of Shun Pro knives and would like to share my conclusions about the knives. The Pro series features edges that are beveled on one side with a hollow groung back side. This is traditional Japanese beveling which makes the knives razor sharp right out of the...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/26/2007 Last Modified: 3/26/2007
Specialized Knives Review
Here are some suggestions on good 1 purpose knives to have around the house. These knives do a great job at 1 or 2 tasks in the kitchen and should be considered only after purchasing more functional knives. Oyster Knife This knife does a great job shucking oysters but can't be used for much...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/8/2007 Last Modified: 4/8/2007
Steak Knives Review
Here are my top steak knives by category. Best bang for the buck: Forschner Rosewood Steak Knives These knives are an excellent value at alomost 1/4 the price of the other knives we tried yet they perform very well. Best set to give for a gift when you want to impress: Shun Steak Knives :...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/15/2007 Last Modified: 3/15/2007
Viking Cookware Review
If you're are looking for a great set of cookware that performs well, Viking is your choice. Viking is known for quality ranges with the destinctive stainless steel look that customers enjoy and they have developed a cookware line where quality is the outstanding feature. Viking...
Created By: Administrator Created On: 3/10/2007 Last Modified: 3/12/2007
Viking Toaster Review
I recently purchased a  Viking Toaster . There were a number of colors to choose from and I thought stainless grey was the best choice for my kitchen. The toaster has room for 4 slices of toast and the unit is sturdy and is beefy and well constructed. The toaster is insulated...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/6/2007 Last Modified: 4/6/2007
Woll Cookware Logic Titanium Review
Instead of "sticking" to teflon (or any standard non-stick coating) pan, you can try the German brand Woll Cookware, and forget whatever you experience with non-stick. Cast iron pans are too heavy for the common home user. It takes longer to heat Cast iron pans, it's difficult to maneuver, their is...
Created By: MYSYMON Created On: 5/15/2008 Last Modified: 5/15/2008
Woll Cookware nowo Titanium Review
Cassic pan design features approximately 8-mm-thick pan bottom made of stress-relieved chill-cast aluminium and our ever reliable and cut-resistant non-stick coating made of hi-tech titanium make for perfectly cooked food.  WOLL has been making cookware of outstanding quality, piece by...
Created By: MYSYMON Created On: 5/15/2008 Last Modified: 5/15/2008
Wusthof Bread Knife Review
There is nothing better than a good bread knife. They work great when slicing crusty breads and soft fruits and vegetables. I recently purchased a Wusthof bread knife and found the knife to be very good at the tasks it is designed for. The knife handle is easy to hold and fits in my hand very well...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/3/2007 Last Modified: 4/3/2007
Wusthof Cheese Knife Review
A cheese knife is a special tool. They are designed to cut through soft cheeses by opening the blade so there is less friction and less for the cheese to "grab". I recently purchased a Wusthof Cheese Knife and found that it works quite well for soft cheese. This knife is an extravagance since it...
Created By: mark Created On: 4/3/2007 Last Modified: 4/3/2007
Wusthof Classic Review
Wusthof Classic knives are the best selling knives of all Wusthof lines. They are drop forged and have the classic three rivet handle that so many people are familiar with. I own a Wusthof Classic 8" Chef's knife and have used it for several years. The knife is super tough and has...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/15/2007 Last Modified: 3/15/2007
Wusthof Culinar Review
I purchased a Wusthof Culinar Chef Knife last year. The blade on the knife is identicle to Wusthof's top selling Classic line. The edge was sharp out of the box but could be sharper. This is common with German knives that tend to sharpend their knives more for longevity than peak sharpness. After...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/14/2007
Wusthof Fillet Knife Review
I recently purchased a Wusthof fillet knife . The knife is used when I go fishing so I can process my catch on the spot instead of ldoing it at home. The knife works great! I love the flexible blade and the fact that it comes with a sharpener and holster so I can have it on my belt for easy...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/14/2007
Wusthof Ikon Knives Review
Wusthof Ikon knives are a brand new design series from Wusthof and  offers a modern design with completely forged blades from one piece of X50CrMoV15 stainless steel. I found that blades were balanced well and are very attractive in appearance. Overall the knives are...
Created By: mark Created On: 6/27/2007 Last Modified: 6/27/2007
Wusthof Le Cordon Bleu Review
Wusthof Le Cordon Bleu knives are high performance culinary knives. They combine the best of both German and Japanese knife making traditions to produce what I feel is an exceptional knife. In fact, having tried all of Wusthof's lines I think it is the best overall knife they...
Created By: mark Created On: 3/14/2007 Last Modified: 3/15/2007
Wusthof Tomato Knife Review
I purchased a Wusthof Tomato knife about a year ago. The knife works well and the serrated edge has maintained its edge so it still slices easily. The for tip is nice for stabbing slices and the knife also works well for slicing rolls....
Created By: mark Created On: 3/15/2007 Last Modified: 3/15/2007
Kitchen Knives Reviews
Do you sell knives?  Review the knives you sell, putting up to 2 links to your store in each page.  Please be as objective as possible to help people get a sense of the quality fo the product/products that you are reviewing.... 
Created By: Administrator Created On: 3/10/2007 Last Modified: 3/13/2007
Storage Containers Review
Tupperware and other plastic containers.    ... 
Created By: ej Created On: 3/12/2007 Last Modified: 3/12/2007
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