My Favorite Cookware Set – Best Cookware Set Ever!

I am the last born in my family and for as long as I can remember, I have had most things done for me. For instance, when I was moving out, my mother insisted on helping me pack everything I needed. She stayed up for hours helping me pack all my things away and labeled all the boxes so that it would be easy for me to find everything when unpacking.

A few days after I was done unpacking everything, my mother dropped by to take me shopping for a new cookware set. It was the only thing I was missing in my new home. Since she arrived earlier than expected, we decided to check on the top 5 best cookware sets by Cookwithtina in order to have a rough idea of how much we would have to spend. We checked different online stores and we were amazed at all the available options. How on earth would we choose one out of so many options? My mother suggested reading the cookware set reviews to find out what different users thought about the different sets.

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I believe that everyone should make a decision to cook more safely and healthier. Choosing the right cookware set goes a long way to help. Following is best pick for the best cookware set. Since I purchased the Calphalon Classic cookware set, I have really enjoyed my time in the kitchen.

The Calphalon Classic cookware set

I love this 10-piece cookware set very much. The first thing I love about this set is its value for money. It is difficult to find a whole set with such quality, as this set possesses for less than $200. Unlike other sets, this one comes with all the important pieces that you need without the usual useless pieces added by many brands.

I also love this set’s quality material. The pieces in the set are made from solid stainless steel. In addition, the pans, pots and lids are oven-safe up to as much as 450 degrees. This feature allows one to increase versatility of their cooking. The set is particularly excellent for those cooks who like broiling a lot. To make things even better, the set has a whole 10-year warranty.

The set also has nice features including strainers on glass lids and measurement markings to ensure you do not exceed your measurements. The pots also feature two spouts. These features improve one’s convenience.

The pieces of the set are safe to use. What’s more, stainless steel does not feature any lining that can peel or scratch. In addition, stainless steel does not react with food. Even under high temperatures, its handles don’t get too hot for the hand to handle. The strainers ensure nothing leaks from the sides as well as ensure liquids only pour out from the spout.

The last feature though not least I love about this cooking set is how easy it is to clean even if food sticks on or high heat browns the sides. Soaking for a few hours and using a scrubby or even a brush to scrub it is enough to return its shine.

There, I hope you enjoyed my review.

Loccit, a new type of journal

Let’s face it, for many of us, our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram streams are our public diaries or journals. They may not expose much of our dirty laundry, but they represent a lot about who we are. In my ongoing quest to find and use the perfect digital diary or journal, I think the private online and mobile diary and journal site Loccit may be just everything I need in this regard.

Loccit is a UK-based website and iPhone app (both at beta level) that can import your online Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Foursquare, Flickr, and Instagram content into a single place, preserving your memories both online and, if you want, in traditional paper book form. It allows you to integrate both your public and private diary and journal entries in one private place, and that’s what got me hooked.

With Loccit, I can now merge my tweets with my personal diary and journal entries, and not be limited to 140 characters. It means I can publish personal private activities that Twitter followers could care less about. In the Loccit web format, the social network content you allow it to import is displayed in a book-like format, instead of just a linear list of entries. You can also just use Loccit without importing your social network content.


As of now, Loccit exists on only two platforms – as an iPhone app and as a web application. Both platforms sync with each other, but each has a unique orientation for those who like using their mobile device to write diary entries, and for those who may not even have an iPhone.

You can flip through the digital pages and see memories of your life (including photos you post to your timelines) on page after page. In its latest update, you can now import your Instagram photos into your Loccit diary.

Read more about Loccit and how it works here.