Definition of cookware
: utensils used in cooking
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These lavish second homes are intended not just for changing clothes or naps between trips to the beach, but for an altogether more expansive vision of the good life, with floor-to-ceiling glass and Calphalon cookware hanging over the range.
History Sale: A one-time sale of collectables with special prices for home-schoolers, thousands of items such as cookware, cavalry saddle, posters, maps and much more, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Our Lady Catholic Church, 13000 Bennington Ave.,
The new cookware and wine collection will launch June 12 on Evine, so check your local listings.
The bills were passed by two men buying cookware and clothing.
Over in Switzerland, others can line up to eat in a hut made of bundles of shiny cookware—a performance by Indian artist Subodh Gupta that opened Monday to VIPs at Art Basel.
PFCs are also used to make products resistant to grease including carpet, cookware, clothing and fast-food wrappers.
Like a Pro - The first 44 adults will receive a free 365+ 6-piece cookware starter set and a FORTROLIG food container storage set.
The 3000-square-foot shop features high-end cookware and products as well as cooking classes and special events for home cooks and professional chefs.
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Definition of cookware for English Language Learners
: the pots, pans, etc., that are used in cooking
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