Monday, January 29, 2018

A Visit to the All-Clad Cookware Factory


A Visit to the All-Clad Cookware Factory
David, 29 Jan

There’s nothing I love more than a factory tour, especially when it has something to do with food, or cooking. So I jumped at the chance to visit the All-Clad factory while on book tour. Pittsburgh is a city known for its metal industry – most notably, steel, and while much of the metalworking factories have wound down, or closed, All-Clad is still going strong.

I was first introduced to All-Clad cookware when I started working in restaurants. The pots and pans were rugged, easy to manoeuver, and not too heavy, so as a line cook, you could lift a whole stack of skillets when setting up your station, but they were strong enough to stand up to restaurant cooking, which involves a lot of unpredictable heat, and banging around. I threw a sauté pan against a wall during a particularly stressful service, which fortunately missed a lot of people in its trajectory. The pan also survived my tantrum, unscathed.


Saturday, January 27, 2018

Eat Your Books

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Best selling cookbooks of 2017


Best selling cookbooks 2017
Last month our friends at cookbook stores around the world gave us their picks for favorite books of 2017. Now we asked them for their top sellers. We have lists for cookbook stores in the USA, Canada, Australia, and Europe.

Some of the top books are Salt Fat Acid Heat by Samin Nosrat, Six Seasons by Joshua McFadden,
Sheet Pan Magic by Sue Quinn, two books by Ree Drummond (aka The Pioneer Woman), plus an eclectic assortment of other volumes like Just Cook It by Sergio Herman. See the complete list of bestsellers on the EYB website.