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Traditional Mexican Cooking Utensils, Part I

Mexico in my Kitchen: Traditional Mexican Cooking Utensils, Part I|Authentic Mexican Food Recipes Traditional Blog

(Saucepan) is a modern version of the traditional Indian cooking utensil used for flavorful, less-water cooking. Its lid holds water on the top and, on its underneath surface, condenses steam that rises from the food simering in the Handi. The reverse taper of the sloping sides of the Handi permits water droplets to fall directly on to the food inside the Handi - thus making delicious, tender and moist food.

from One Kings Lane

Silverplated Pot w/ Handles

Beautiful silverplated bowl with handles made in Mexico resembling a traditional Aztec "olla" or cooking pot. The perfect catchall for pens, coins or cooking utensils.

Did you know that cooking in cast iron utensils can help you keep anemia at bay? The tradition of cooking in cast iron has returned, backed by scientific findings. Get the best of traditional cooking combined with the latest scientific knowledge of healthy cooking at http://simplyhealthydiets.com/

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Decadent Chef Hamper - Perfect for the food enthusiast – create a deliciously attractive Decadent Chef Hamper with an assortment of cooking utensils perfect for the aspiring chef. Add anything from cookbooks with traditional African recipes to original ingredients that will captivate any food lover. To view more gifting inspirations go to www.amarula.com/gifts

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The method of steaming food was invented during the Han Dynasty thousands of years ago. Legend has it that General Han Xin made cooking utensils from bamboo and wood to cook food with steam. Through history, steaming has evolved to be one of the most iconic and essential cooking techniques in the Chinese culinary lexicon. The steamer basket replaces the traditional bamboo base with terracotta. This natural material has efficient liquid absorbing characteristics, meaning it can absorb any…