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Xtrema Cookware Recap

My family is my world and I would do anything to protect them and that is why we use Xtrema Cookware in our home. Xtrema Ceramic Cookware will leave no trace metals in your food and won’t leach chemicals from the cooking surface.

In 2004 Rich Bergstrom received an e-mail from Peter Hsu a ceramics research engineer/scientist in Taiwan asking if he was interested in a new high temperature ceramic material that could go on top of the stove and under the broiler. After that initial email three additional years of research, testing and product development took place. In February of 2007 Ceramcor, LLC was officially established in Toms River, New Jersey.

Xtrema Cookware currently has three product lines: cookware, teaware and bakeware. These products are so durable the cooking surface can’t be scratched even with metal utensils. If you are anything like me I always scratch our pots and pans because I use a metal spoon or item that I shouldn’t which then ruins the cookware. With Xtrema you no longer have to worry about that happening. Xtrema is also very versatile as it can be used on the stove then can go right into the oven and when done right to the kitchen table to be served but be sure you have something on the table to protect it from the heat. The cookware can withstand 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit so make sure you protect your hands and table.

We were really excited when we received our 10” Braiser and 6 pc Steamer set. I am first going to start by saying if you are looking for cookware that heats up in two seconds Xtrema is not for you. Xtrema is a cookware that you start on medium heat then turn down to low heat to maintain.  This cookware takes time to heat up but let me tell you this it is worth the wait. We have used our braiser and steamer set over a dozen times to make meals like tacos, rice and beans, Italian sausage with onions and red peppers, eggs and breakfast links and they have all turned out terrific. When we first used our braiser and steamer set we had a slight problem. The problem was finding the right heat setting to keep our stove on since it is electric that would maintain the braisers and steamers heat. On the second meal we had it down pat and ever since then no problems at all.

All in all I am extremely impressed with Xtrema cookware. It is durable, looks great and really makes a great meal and maintains the meals heat while eating so you will never have cold seconds. If you are looking for new cookware or to replace your current cookware with an awesome green alternative you need to get Xtrema. You will be happy you did.

Xtrema is awesome and is offering one Look What Mom Found…and Dad too! reader a chance to win a 10″ Open Skillet of their own.  All you have to do it go to Xtrema and tell me one thing you found on their website that was not mentioned in this article.

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