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Saturday, January 28, 2012
Calphalon - It's All That and Made in the USA.
For the holiday season of 2011, Roy received a very nice bonus from the new company he was now working for. While he went off to purchase new video games for his PC, I decided to finally buy new cookware that I have wanted for a long time...Calphalon.
The Calphalon company was founded in 1963 by Ronald Kasperzak in Perrysburg, Ohio. He wanted to make a cookware product that was heavy duty, easy to handle and clean, up to the standards of any professional chef, but affordable by the public. Calphalon is lightweight, nonstick and the handles stay cool to the touch; how many of us have burned ourselves on pot handles or needed a forklift to take a overly heavy skillet off the stovetop? Recipes can be cooked at lower temperature settings as the heavy gauge metals used in the cookware distributes heat evenly and more quickly. Not only does this save gas or electric, depending on your stove type, but it saves on cooking time.
No more using nonstick cooking sprays as they have a chemical within them that makes the cookware remain sticky and discolor. Basically you do not need to use any oils or butter to keep food from sticking; they can be primarily used for flavor enhancement if needed. Cleanup is hot, soapy water and a simple sponge; no scratchy pads, harsh cleansers or most certainly do NOT put the cookware into the dish washer.
Is Calphalon expensive? Yes and no. Most definitely yes if you're on a very tight budget, but sales and clearance sales can be found just about anywhere nowadays, especially online. No if you want a product that will last for years and you're tired of throwing out pans that only last 6 months to a year because they were cheap to buy and made even more cheaply. If you have a passion for cooking and want cookware that expresses that passion, choose Calphalon.
Above is a photo of my kitchen hanging rack with my new pans, and yes, I have a wishlist for further purchases.
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