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If you have a smaller kitchen or fewer cabinets in which you can store your tools, one space-saving option you can employ is simply to purchase pans you don’t mind looking at! This can help you use every inch of your home efficiently—and make you happier. Surrounding yourself with beauty is one sure-fire way to boost your appreciation of your home.
Copper kitchen pieces are investments, including copper pans. This means you’ll want to clean them properly each time you use them, to ensure their burnished glow is around for years to come. Here’s a quick guide:
Use Salt and Vinegar: Place your pan in a sink, and sprinkle a generous handful of salt over it. Rub it in so the surface is covered.
Pour a glug of white wine vinegar over your pan. Wait about fifteen seconds—and then you should see foaming action, meaning your pan is getting cleaner!
Take a clean sponge and pour some white wine vinegar on it, then begin to scrub your copper pan.
Any stains or tough spots should come off immediately!
Did you know that cooking with copper is just better? Chefs the world round have been using copper for centuries to cook their food with gentle yet effective heat. Copper conducts heat incredibly efficiently, meaning that the heat radiating through your oven will be spread evenly over the roasting pan—not centered in one hot-spot, as is the case in some ovens.
If you want your food to cook evenly and thoroughly, leaving nothing burnt or raw, copper is the way to go. However—this amazing property has benefits for more than just your food.
Because the heat energy in your oven will be spread out more efficiently, your food will cook more evenly—and more quickly. This means you won’t have to use your oven for as long, which in turn means that you won’t have to spend as much money on heating! With quality tools, your energy bills may even go down. There’s no reason not to invest in great copper pans!
Are you all in on the rose gold trend? The original rose gold is copper, and its pleasant, shimmery, warm tone goes with any kind of kitchen aesthetic. Its benefits go beyond its beauty, however. Copper was one of the first materials that humans learned how to mold and work, so the very first kitchen pots and pans were likely made of copper.
While we’ve dabbled in cast iron and stainless steel over the years, copper’s unique heat-conducting properties make it still a wonderful go-to choice for roasting.
At CopperSmith, we know how challenging it can be to settle on the cookware pieces that you want to bring home. Not only does our extensive collection make your choice harder, but our high-quality products make it difficult to eliminate lower-tier products. We recognize your hard choice — and we want to help make it easier.
Chat online with one of our experts or give us a call to have all your questions answered. Not to mention, when you do finally choose the right pieces, you can take them home with free shipping on orders over $200. Shop today!