My Glorious Glass Stove Top

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A glass top stove is exceptional. At the first time I bought it, I couldn’t help myself in telling everyone I know that I could afford it. While possessing this elegant appliance is very prideful, I have to consider using appropriate cookware sets for it. It will be impossible to use my old saucepans because they can scratch my glass top stove. Checking best glass top cookware set reviews 2016 is somewhat helpful, though I couldn’t have enough reviews to make comparisons between those elegant sets of cookware.

I believe that buyers’ reviews on popular online stores aren’t enough for us to compare the features of cookware sets. Most glass top cookware sets are made of a combination of aluminum and stainless steel. The handles of these cookware sets are also stay cool throughout the cooking process which is a nifty feature. But, if you own one of these sets, you’re sure to obtain perfect cooking results with the proper heat distribution from an aluminum core.

I was very delightful to find a huge array of glass top cookware sets in various elegant colors. I chose an orange cookware set which contained fry pan, sauce pans, casserole and Dutch ovens. All of them with glass lids, as well as spatula and spoons. The orange cookware sets, from Rachel Ray really suited my modern, yet small kitchen with red ambiance. You know that Rachael Ray cookware sets are always available in various colors.

Well, of course, I didn’t choose this brand because of its massive color options. This amazing brand offers more features than anyone has paid for. Pricier glass top cookware sets usually contain skillets, sauté pans, saucepans and stockpots that come with glass lids. I like this because the glass lids help me monitor my cooking without loosing heat by lifting the lid.

If you are ready to have an expensive glass top stove you should pay attention to keep its function and durability at its best. Do your research and pick the best cookware sets for your cook top. You’ll face dire consequences if you don’t.

When a foodie friend comes to NYC…

…exciting things happen. Such as weight gain. But some other exciting things happen first, such as looking up trendy, new places with a great deal of hype on the food, and listing them down on our To-Try list.

When Meg and Tony told us they were coming for the weekend, we knew we had to bring them to the Mad. Sq. Eats. The bi-annual event is not a gathering of some random street hawkers but one worthy of going to in your loosest pants because good stuff like gourmet burgers, pig’s head sandwiches and authentic Spanish paella would be present.

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Don’t those look tempting…

Frankly, a weekend wouldn’t be enough! But we’d have to make do with the time we had for this event. The last time we went by ourselves was in spring last year. It was our first time and boy, did we stuff our faces.

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In 2015, it was crowded but fun anyway.

This time around, with Meg and Tony to share food, we ended up eating even more types of food than we thought possible, and we didn’t bother to take any more photos except for il trapizzino (see photo) which won all our votes for being the most memorable item of the day.

Oxtail pizza, sort of.
Oxtail pizza, sort of.

It was certain that Meg and Tony are coming back next year, from their expressions of satisfaction after the festival. Till then, we’ll continue to look for more news-buzzed eats to add to the list.