Lots of Holiday Cooking + A Cookware Review

December 14, 2012

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Homemade Marshmallows | @Susan Salzman | www.theurbanbaker.comI have been making a lot of candy this holiday season. Marshmallows, carmel corn, brittle, and others as well, applesauce, stocks and soups, hash, and grains. My cookware get’s a lot of use. Daily.

Receiving an email to test a set of BlueStar Cookware could not have come at a better time. Right before Thanksgiving the box arrived at my door and I immediately put them to good use. I am somewhat of a snob when it comes to not only food, but what equipment graces my counter tops and cupboards, thus I was a bit hesitant when BlueStar reached out to me. But me, being me, I was open to trying something new.

BlueStar | @Susan Salzman | www.theurbanbaker.comMy kids commented on how shinny and clean they were (I took that as a hint). It was at that moment that I realized that I had been using the same pots and pans for 15 years. I was pregnant with Eli (almost 15) when I got them and it never occurred to me to add to what I currently had. Before receiving this set of cookware, a small saucepan (with a lid) was on my wish list. When I saw that it was included in this set, the first thing I made was gravy. I know. Gravy?

BlueStar pots and pans | @Susan Salzman | www.theurbanbaker.comI kept cooking (as I always do), but what amazed me the most was how easy they clean up. I know they are new and novel, but I do not remember my other pots cleaning up this easily. So after a few meals, I read up on the product. And, they are made in America!! So love that.

I was curious so I started looking through the website, and I had serious kitchen envy. Check out these ranges¬†tops, stovetops, and ¬†ranges. The colors are crazy good and I could so picture one of these in my kitchen one day. I must say, I love these pots and pans. I find myself using these over my “vintage” ones.

I wish I could invite you all over to cook with me so you see exactly what I am talking about. But that isn’t realistic now, is it. What you could do is check out their site and try a pot or two out for yourself. You can thank me later!

 

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