cookware

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cookware a kitchen utensil made of material that does not melt easily; used for cooking
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Usage


In news:

CourtesyAntique cast iron cookware can be found at the Folsom Antique Peddler 's Fair on Sept 16.
Sur La Table Tri- Ply Stainless Cookware.
COMMERCE, CALIF.–Gibson Overseas has partnered up with two established kitchen brands— Sunbeam and Oster—to develop and launch lines to include cookware, cutlery and other kitchenware categories.
Contributed photo Xtrema ceramic cookware is naturally nonstick and won't leach metals into food.
I recently came across Xtrema, a durable, ceramic cookware that makes healthy cooking simple.
17.99, Sparrow Hawk Gourmet Cookware.
All- Clad Stainless Steel Cookware with d5 Technologyÿ.
Nonstick cookware outsells uncoated pans by about three to one.
Consumer Reports tested the T-fal, along with more than a dozen other kinds of nonstick cookware.
Its new owner, Zwilling J A. Henckels, is making sure more Americans know about the cookware.
Nydia Rojas takes inventory at a stack of cookware she got a great deal on at J.C. Penny in Mission Valley soon after the doors opened about 6 am on Black Friday.
Why do some kinds of cookware get very hot in the microwave.
There are two reasons why cookware may heat up excessively in a microwave oven, said Dr Louis A Bloomfield, professor of physics at the University of Virginia.
NOVATO, Calif.– Kuhn Rikon is expanding its team as it continues to grow its kitchen tools, pressure cookers and specialty cookware business.
More Great Cookware & Gadgets.
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