There is a very wide variety of these items on the market, and kitchen shopping for them is so much fun.
I find that over the summer, many of my baking sheets have been scorched by people using them on the BBQ outside, and not bothering to properly clean them. Let’s face it, you don’t want to use burnt baking sheets for cookies or dinner rolls.
In the Fall, I generally replace a few cookware items with nicer or newer ones.
This year, I find my ovenproof, glass casserole dishes have suffered some nicks and I definitely need replacements.
My roasting pan could do with a new and larger addition.
Some of the new roasters on the market come in fabulous colors, great handles & various sizes — it makes cooking so much fun.
I have my eye on a new & better way to save & store my seasonings, and bigger & better cutting boards or surfaces.
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