Category: My Paleo Kitchen
This week I’ll cover the more expensive items I have in my kitchen. These are the items worth investing in.
There are two tools I have, and I’m very, very happy to have them:
I have an 11-cup Cuisinart food processor, and it’s the perfect size for making a large batch of food for guests. It’s two and a half years old, and it’s never had a problem.
Of course, it more than handles my daily requirements. I use it to make
I store it on the counter top for easy, convenient access. This tool has saved me many hours of chopping, slicing, mashing, and blending.
Le Creuset Dutch Oven
I talked about your options when buying a Dutch Oven in last week's Slow Cooking post.
I personally love having a Le Creuset Dutch Oven. I have the 5.5 quart size, and I use it for
They heat evenly, retain heat well, come in beautiful colors, and they’re built to last a lifetime (or several lifetimes!) without any chipping or cracking. They’re heirloom quality pieces.
They’re simple to care for, dishwasher safe, and come backed by a lifetime warranty.
So these are my Big Ticket items. Think I missed something? Tell me in the comments what else you use often! (Any Vitamix fans out there? I don't have one, so I'd love to hear what you think of them.)
Next week I’ll post about my favorite Time & Food savers.
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