Favorite line of Cookware & Cutlery
OK, in addition to collecting other really expensive things in my life like horses, firearms, watches, liquor, pipe tobacco, cigars, and @ 3000 science fiction and fantasy books, I like to cook. No, really, I cook and I even do the dishes after I cook. This way my wife and daughter don't have an excuse of getting out of eating my cooking. All they have to do is sit there and eat it. They don't even have to pretend they like it. As for all the other things I've collected, I still have horses and some books and the rest pretty much is collecting dust stored away someplace. Occasionally, I'll come across something and go "I still have that?" I am however very much active in getting my cookware and cutlery collection in order for the long term. I intend to keep and use this stuff till the day they pry the spatula from my cold dead hands. With that said, I have a nice collection of assorted Calphalon One and Contemporary Stainless Cookware and some Henckles Cermax and 4 and 5 Star knives. I have been very pleased with these lines and consider them a great value compared to something more expensive like All Clad. I am a firm believer in the right tool for the job and these have done it for me. I'm new at the "shave the right way thing" but it's the same thing. Does it do the job that it's supposed to do? Does it appeal to me personally? And finally, is it at a price I can live with without making my wallet cry uncle or my wife saying something like "you bought what?" and "why are you spending money on something like that?" So, tell me oh masters of the range, what is your cookware and cutlery preferences?
qhsdoitall (Quarter Horses do it all)
[URL="http://www.theshaveden.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1628"]GOTO[/URL]: Merkur 34C HD Classic Chrome Double Edged Razor, Feather Razor Blade, Custom Shavemac 23mm Silver Tip Badger Shaving Brush, any Crabtree & Evelyn Shave Cream.