If you're still using that cookie sheet to roast your veggies or that roasting dish to bake your cookies, we have the bakeware essentials to fill in your kitchen's missing gaps! Having the proper bakeware can really make a difference, affecting the end result of your cooking and baking recipes . . . separating the burnt cookies from the gooey ones. Going back to basics, we gathered up the essentials — pieces that are multipurpose and can be used in a variety of recipes. From the cookie sheet to the casserole dish, here are the 11 bakeware essentials no kitchen should be without.
If you're hoping to kick off the London Summer Games with a bang, then might we suggest baking something full of Olympic-themed festivity? From flag-shaped lollipops to Olympic ring cookies, get ready to dazzle your dining companions with patriotic desserts, thanks to these 10 awesome bakeware pieces.
We've covered all the items you should register for in order to create the perfect tablescape. And today we're talking about everything you need in order to create the food for the table! That's right, today it's all about cookware and bakeware.
If you're a big baking fan, then take the opportunity to register for all the things you've been wanting to splurge on. However, if you don't bake, don't bother with every kind of cake pan, just stick with a few basics. Don't worry about sticking to sets either. Get the pieces you want in order to create the best set for you and your sweetie.
The first time I set foot in a Simon Pearce store here in San Francisco, all I could think was, Why didn't anyone tell me about this before? I immediately fell in love with the sophisticated but just slightly surprising glass and pottery designs, including curvy lamps, bakeware in earthy pastel tones, and sleek tabletop accessories.
A glassblower by trade, Pearce opened his first workshop in Ireland in 1971 and soon expanded into pottery and eventually a myriad of other kitchenwares and home accents like pillows and throws. For more on Pearce and to see some of my favorite products, read more
With Valentine's Day narrowing quickly in, it's time to start thinking about what sort of baked goods you're going to make for your loved ones. I'll be making heart shaped chocolate cookie and strawberry ice cream sandwiches for my dad and shortbread hearts dipped in chocolate for my mom. Of course I'll need some specialized Valentine's Day bakeware to make these delicious dream desserts reality. I'm the eternal single girl and know that the only way I'll get a gift on Valentine's Day is if I buy it for myself. I'll splurge for fabulous moi (hey, if you can't love yourself you'll never be capable of loving that special someone) on love themed bakeware. Buy these items as gifts for yourself so you can make tasty love treats for those you love.
There is no better way to show someone how much you care for them than with a sweet edible homemade heart. A heart shaped cookie cutter is a must for making ice cream sandwiches and shortbread hearts. You can purchase a copper heart cookie cutter set for $24.95.
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