There’s a reason copper cookware is used in restaurant kitchens. The cookware boasts unparalleled heat conductivity, and it’s possible to reach very specific heats and altogether avoid hot spots when you cook with copper. You can control the temperature very precisely, so the temperature of the pan changes as soon as you change the temperature of your stove. This enables you to make perfect sauces and cook meat to exact temperatures that you would have little control over otherwise. It’s also elegant to look at. You know those kitchens in home and garden magazines?
Yea, that’s copper hanging from the ceiling hooks. It also has a great weight – it’s heavy enough to mean business without being too hard to maneuver through your kitchen when hot.
There are some disadvantages of copper cookware, however. First, copper tends to react with food, and that’s why some copper pans are made with other metals that protect your dishes while you cook them. You cannot ever wash copper cookware in the dishwasher – you’ll ruin your set. Instead, carefully hand-wash each piece immediately after using it with mild dish soap and water. Make sure to dry it thoroughly to prevent spotting.
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