Thursday, April 15, 2010

Spring / Summer Tools For The Kitchen & BBQ

As we grow and mature, our methods of making these delicious meals we love to consume must grow as well. Of course we love to cook over fire, but who wants to chance losing some of our delicious faire to the  hands of fire down below just because we didn't take a few minutes to properly equip ourselves? Even worse is when you have taken time to nurture what you are cooking, locking in its moisture and maintaining every bit of seasoning, only to have it mishandled when being transfered to plates by some unsuspecting helper in the kitchen. Well have no fear, a few of these tools will help even the most novice of cooks get through the roughest of days and the others will help you keep your goods safe to be eaten another day (sometimes the tin foil covered plate just doesn't do your food justice the following morning.)

In most spanish countries grilling food over an open fire is the only way its done.
This pan is great for those seafood meals you want to have some true smokey flavors but don't want to over cook and dry out on the grill.
Made of heavy-gauge stainless-steel wire that safely contains even the smallest ingredients.
Ideal for browning and searing sliced vegetables, cherry tomatoes, shrimp and more on all sides without losing them to the fire.
The round grill pan has a wide shallow base and curved sides that facilitate stirring.
Great for closed-grill cooking, the pan features a detachable stainless-steel handles.
The great thing is, the pan is dishwasher safe.
A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

This Pepper Rack is the perfect tool for creating the crowd-pleasing appetizer, Stuffed jalapeƱo peppers with cheese (or other savory ingredients.)
It doesn’t skimp on the amount of goods it holds, with space for up to 18 stuffed or whole peppers upright.
Made of heavy-duty stainless steel.
Dishwasher safe.
Another Williams-Sonomaexclusive.

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