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Sunday, February 14, 2010

Copper Cookware

I have attended a lot of cookware demonstrations and I almost purchased a set! But in the end, we settled for the time-tested styles and materials that we have grown up with.  Recently, a friend of mine mentioned Ruffoni copper cookware.  Yes, it is made of copper. This type of metal is malleable and ductile, which makes it a good conductor of heat. Most high-end cookware manufacturers prefer copper  to any other materials. Copper cookware can distribute heat ten times better than stainless steel or even glass.  

Doods is fond of stainless steel, but am thinking of giving  ruffoni cookware a go. My friend who recently bought a copper cookware, is very convincing. She has been enjoying hers and she said, the fast conducting characteristics evenly distributes heat and cuts down her cooking time short. Other than the features mentioned, she also likes ruffoni because it's easy to clean. With today's hectic lifestyle, anything low maintenance is always the commodity to settle for.


Ann said...

I couldn't even tell you what brand my cookware is, all I know is it's cheap stuff :)

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Most of my cookware is stainless steel with copper bottoms.

Tekkaus said...

Copper? Must be expensive. :p

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