What is the difference between a Dutch Oven and a French oven?

dutch oven copyThe Dutch tradition

Our research tells us that the Dutch oven was originally created by the Pennsylvania Dutch in the 1700s. The Dutch oven is a large pot with a tight-fighting lid. The pot is usually made of raw cast iron.  The cast iron pot develops a non-stick surface if seasoned (coating the pot with cooking oil and baking it in a 350°F oven for an hour).

The Dutch oven is heavy in weight and can be used both on the stovetop and in the oven. Generally used for braising or making soups and stews, the versatile Dutch oven can also be used for baking bread and deep frying.

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Forget pizza wheels, go for scissors!

 

pizzascissorsTired of rolling that pizza wheel over and over again to cut through pizza? Tired of that wheel scratching your pizza pan?

Ditch that pizza wheel!

These pizza scissors make light work of cutting out pizza slices. With great features like non-scratching nylon construction and a spatula-style tip that slides easily under pizza, the pizza scissors will become a favourite tool in your kitchen. Works for left- or right- handed users whether you are cutting the thinnest of crusts or deep dish pizza.

Cut into that cheesy goodness!