StoneDine Cookware was developed in Germany, and as Vince Offer tells us, “the Germans always make good stuff.” Ceramic-coated skillets and pans may be scratch-resistant, but StoneDine is coated with rocks. These miracle stone-coated pans promise not only resistance to scratches, but also non-stick oil and fat-free frying, reduced cooking time, and high-quality construction with magnetized stainless steel plate base.
You may have heard Paul Simon sing about the woman with Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes, but what about diamonds on the non-stick coating of her frying pan? That’s the hook of the new Yoshiblue Diamondware Skillet. Building on the success of the YoshiBlade ceramic knife, Yoshiblue takes the ceramic, mixes it up with a girl’s best friend and deposits it on the cooking surface of the pan.
I can’t get enough Cathy Mitchell, the Julia Child of the cooking infomercial (and someone who richly deserves a real Wikipedia article). Cathy is the most engaging and credible pitchwoman in the business, and she won my heart forever when she agreed to spoof herself on my favorite comedy TV show. Ms. Mitchell’s newest invention is the Sideshow Skillet, a really simple product.