Let the cinema inspire your new cookware
The new film Julie and Julia follows the career of Julia Child
, world famous chef and a modern New Yorker who wanted to try and cook all of her recipes while documenting her efforts in a blog.
Since this film has been released, some people have been inspired to cook, or at the very least pick up a copy of Child's book, My Life In France
For the more adventurous, however, a new cookware
set may also be calling and some companies have employed new technologies to make their pans more functional under high temperatures.
An article in the Toronto Sun discusses one line of pots and pans
that are oven-safe up to 260 C (500F) and are lined with a patented, stick-resistant material to help evenly cook.
In addition, a Vancouver cooking school is about to open its doors and those who attend classes may also want to bring flashier pots and pans to their home kitchen.
Aspiring chefs or those who want to learn how to best use that new cookware set should look to The Dirty Apron, Scout Magazine reveals, that features hands-on and demonstration classes taught by Chambar's ex-chef de cuisine, David Robertson.