|Chip Fisher's Newsletter
Chip Fisher formerly of Lamalle Kitchenware
grade cookware, once found only in restaurants and hotels, has become a
retailer's dream in the past ten years. It is not uncommon to hear of people
spending thousands of dollars to equip and decorate their kitchens with
gleaming copper pots and useful, if not eccentric, gadgets.
As of late,
home cooks have begun to dabble in garde manger, food molding and even
plating their foods like a restaurant. This craze is due, in part, to the
emergence of products in the retail market that make these tasks so much
easier. While I believe that consumers will continue to stock their kitchens
with quality cookware, it is, as always, clear that every dollar counts.
It is far wiser to take care of the basics before collecting an array of
products that are used once or twice a year.
pages are what I consider to be the backbone of the kitchen.
certainly be able to identify what is essential to your way of cooking.
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