October Newsletter: How to Braise & Roast

Posted on October 20, 2017 by Adriana Nelson | 0 comments

 IN THIS ISSUE, we breakdown the essential cooking techniques for cool weather comfort food - braising and roasting. Following some simple hands-on steps, most of the flavor layers develop during some serious hands-off time in the oven. The three recipes below range from classic to unique. Give braising a try -- you'll love the results.

 
Norpro Glass Gravy Separator

Pan sauces are easy with this unique design. Fat floats to the top, while the spout pours juices from the bottom. Super easy!

Le Creuset Buffet Casserole

This pan's shape offers lower sides for easier access during braising steps. Makes a great serving piece, too!

Cuisipro Stainless Tongs

The perfect tool to use when searing foods prior to braising. Easily turn foods, transfer them, and even use them to serve great food to ready plates! Locks for storing.

Staub 4 Qt. Cocotte

An elegant glaze graces this pot that's comfortable on the stove, in the oven, or on the table.

Le Creuset 5.5 Qt. Round Oven

A classic pot that's a kitchen classic for roasting, braising, soup-making, and more. Every kitchen needs one!

Fagor Lux Multi-Cooker

This is the perfect season for using a slow cooker to make delicious meals. This multi-cooker is a slow cooker, rice cooker, pressure cooker, and yogurt maker!

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