I having been using a set of WearEver ceramic cookware since December. I wanted to make the switch to ceramic to get away from Teflon and still retain non-stick options in the cabinet. There was also the issue that my old pots were, well, old and did not cook evenly.
I really enjoy using these ceramic pans. They cook much more evenly and clean up easily. If you are looking for the infomercial style non-stick, these are not it. While they do clean easy, they require a few more wipes than the Teflon pans. I also find it necessary, or at the least, very helpful to use a little bit of oil (usually coconut) when cooking items like eggs and salmon.
Care: As per the directions that they came with, I seasoned the pans with oil prior to using the first time. They are dishwasher safe, however, I do hand wash to preserve the finish as much as possible.
Con: The handles are attached by rivets on the inside/cooking surface of the pans. My perfect cookware would not have these as they make it a bit harder to clean and can be an area where germs hideout.
Overall I am so glad that Santa brought these WearEver pans to me and I would recommend these if you are in the market for ceramic cookware.
This post brought to you courtesy of a week’s vacation:
Made new friends this week:
Tried new food:
Best Burgers! Diet blown…
What to try next time I eat on the run.
Tried a new Recipe: thanks to The Savvy Sister
I had to substitute a bit but it still came out fabulous!
A great week to be sure, I must do it again sometime.
Having Wednesday off made Thursday feel like a Monday. It also felt like there were two weeks, not one. Why does a Monday sometimes feel like a Friday? Why do some days go quickly and some seem to drag on forever? Maybe I should stop thinking that I never have enough time, because it is all in my head!
I sometimes pray for even just a small whisper to tell me that I am on the right path. I feel like the universe just yelled at me. I have a vacation week approaching. Last weekend, someone recommended that I take a trip to the Smokey Mountain National Park. It sounded perfect. Fresh air and hiking, but not too rugged. Three times I hit <purchase ticket> and three times the transaction failed for one reason or another. Well, okay then…there are other places to go hiking. I began research for areas in Maine and Vermont. My eyes began to glaze over so I left the finalization till today.
I had been on the internet most of the morning without incident. Five minutes into narrowing down my selection, the smoke alarm gave out a long chirp. The power went out. My laptop, happy with its battery appeared fine. However, the router had lost power so the internet had left me. I think I will be staying close to home.
A great joke about listening and recognizing signs. The man at his house during a great flood.
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