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  Ah, cooking! Is there anyone in this world that doesn’t like the smell of fresh baked meat or freshly fried potatoes, mushrooms or tomatoes. Doesn’t matter if you are a vegetarian, vegan or a meat-eater, the smell of freshly cooked food will always make your day, or your night depends when you are cooking […] >-Click to Read Full Review

We already wrote a post about caring for copper items a few months ago, which you can see here if you missed it, but we felt like there was some more to add on this topic. Some people actually like the "aged look" that copper gets when it develops a patina, but if you're like  […] >-Click to Read Full Review

Best Places to Purchase Copper Cookware in Europe If you are a copper cookware love and happens to have an opportunity to get a trip or a short visit to Europe, It is  a valuable chance to research and buy some copper cookware while in France, Germany and Italy. In case you are not so […] >-Click to Read Full Review

Taking the plunge to put money into a pricy set of high quality cookware, ( above that affordable supper market Chinese made set), can be a serious undertaking, particularly if you are an over-thinker like me. While planning my remolding of kitchen, I fell upon never-ending choices: teflon, nonstick, stainless steel, ceramic, and lots of […] >-Click to Read Full Review

Expert chefs have known it for a long time - by using copper cookware, any meal can be prepared in a perfect and gentle way. They are the best pots and pans for cooking and roasting. This is particularly due to the fact that copper has excellent material properties. Copper is a perfect heat conductor […] >-Click to Read Full Review

The next most asked question is the way to keep your copper pots clean. In all honesty, I sort such as the patina view my pots will keep them shine at Christmas by utilizing my Bar Keepers Friend. You can even clean the copper by rubbing it in with the copper, dunking in rough salt […] >-Click to Read Full Review

Like any other nonrenewable resources, copper’s value increases continually. Its rarity, combined with rising labor costs, makes pure copper cookware something more expensive and also limits the spread of itself. In order to facilitate more people and to let them enjoy the convenience of copper cookware manufacturers has developed some new method named cladding to […] >-Click to Read Full Review

Copper cookware has a long history being proud of by chefs. Copper pots can be discovered in every renowned expert chef’s kitchens all over the world.  Cooking with copper cookware is much easier because the heat distributes quickly and evenly without any hot spots, that is common for a stainless steel one. Copper reacts quickly […] >-Click to Read Full Review


Copper Cookware items can be categorized on characteristics and functionality. As the old traditional cooking device source copper cookware covers the whole product line of this category. From the basic daily skillet to specialize fish poacher. In fact, that range is more diverse than imagination for copper cookware has a long history worldwide.  Skillet – […] >-Click to Read Full Review

Solid Copper cookware is valuable yet vulnerable especially those tin lined solid copper ones. They might get scratched easily, the tin lining layer may wear out or be damaged by improper operation. Modern copper pans or pots require less maintenance after stainless steel lining era. But compared with other cooking stuffs they have to be […] >-Click to Read Full Review