Looking For A Certain Brand Of Waterless Cookware?
Q: Several years ago some salesman came to our home and did some waterless cooking demo. I can't remember the name of the company but I do remember that he had some kind of electric skillet that had some type of oil sandwitched inside the layers of steel. It made it cook in some special way that I thought was pretty neat. Anyone know what cookware set I may be thinking of?
A: It seems to me that the same effect can be obtained simply by using a flame arrester on a conventional range with conventional cookware for much less money. No, I'm serious. Why would I lie? I specificaly remember that this guy had some kind of stainless steel electric skillet that was very heavy. There was some type of oil sealed in between the layers of the pan. You could hear it when you shook it back and forth. It had some type of lid with vent too from what I remember. It was probably like 7 years ago. He cooked up some hashbrowns without any oil and they were very brown and crispy. Thats all I remember..... As you can see, I didn't state YOU lied. And, being one to admit my mistakes, I concede you remembered your experience correctly. Here is the "oil-core" pan to which you refer: http://www.wecook.com/cookware.htm I still don't believe there is oil sandwiched between two layers of steel. I'll have to do some more research on this one.
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