Thursday, March 22, 2012

Niecy's Flaming Kitchen Continued

No, I have not yet given up!  I just intend my niece have some quality cookware if it kills her.  Along this line of thought I bought this orange Le Creuset chicken fryer on Ebay.  A little bit skillet, a little bit dutch oven, it can substitute for both.

While going through my enormous cookware inventory, I found an enameled cast iron orange Le Creuset open roasting pan can substitute for a baking pan, and will bake a mean cake!

Also found in my cabinets is the most versatile of all -- a nice large oval orange Le Creuset dutch oven.  It will make your soups, stews, and spaghetti, and it will roast your chicken or pot roast.  I had several extras.

I plan on getting Niecy a Corning Spice of Life teakettle, which will come in handy for making tea, coffee, or hot chocolate or whatever.

And a Corning Spice of Life counter saver will do just that -- save her counter from burns.

My main goal though is to get Niecy to accept a set of Corning Spice of Life bake ware.  I love Corning for many reasons: dishwasher safe, oven safe, and microwave safe -- I love this stuff!  I took some items from my personal collection, including a round cake pan.  I even included a white Corning pie pan. A Corning Spice of Life loaf pan will bake crusty bread and make juicy meatloaves.

I found a mini Bundt muffin pan in my cabinets, along with a larger Bundtlette pan. 

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