Introducing a healthy way to start the new year. 100% toxin free, induction-compatible ceramic non-stick cookware for stick-free cooking with minimal oil or butter.

Now offered in an array of versatile materials, our signature tongs provide a firm one-handed grasp of food when you're panfrying, sauteing, and grilling.

Made in Solingen, Germany, for over 200 years, Wusthof knives feature precision high-carbon steel blades that hold an exceptionally sharp edge.

Introducing a healthy way to start the new year. 100% toxin free, induction-compatible ceramic non-stick cookware for stick-free cooking with minimal oil or butter.

Now offered in an array of versatile materials, our signature tongs provide a firm one-handed grasp of food when you're panfrying, sauteing, and grilling.

Made in Solingen, Germany, for over 200 years, Wusthof knives feature precision high-carbon steel blades that hold an exceptionally sharp edge.

At flour + water , central kitchen and salumeria in San Francisco, Chef Thomas McNaughton is famous for his pasta dishes. After learning to make fresh pasta by hand in Bologna, he brought his skills to his restaurants, using traditional Italian techniques and California ingredients to create his own unique spin.

We partnered with Thomas this month upon the release of his new book Flour + Water: Pasta  and we started by asking him the basics: what’s really the best way to cook pasta? As it turns out, the answer is more nuanced than you’d think — and there are plenty of ways to improve on something you’ve been doing the same way for years.

At flour + water, chefs cook pasta by the 80-20 rule: 80% in boiling water, and the final 20% in a pan sauce, which finishes and flavors the pasta. Here, Thomas breaks it down.

Introducing a healthy way to start the new year. 100% toxin free, induction-compatible ceramic non-stick cookware for stick-free cooking with minimal oil or butter.

Now offered in an array of versatile materials, our signature tongs provide a firm one-handed grasp of food when you're panfrying, sauteing, and grilling.

Made in Solingen, Germany, for over 200 years, Wusthof knives feature precision high-carbon steel blades that hold an exceptionally sharp edge.

At flour + water , central kitchen and salumeria in San Francisco, Chef Thomas McNaughton is famous for his pasta dishes. After learning to make fresh pasta by hand in Bologna, he brought his skills to his restaurants, using traditional Italian techniques and California ingredients to create his own unique spin.

We partnered with Thomas this month upon the release of his new book Flour + Water: Pasta  and we started by asking him the basics: what’s really the best way to cook pasta? As it turns out, the answer is more nuanced than you’d think — and there are plenty of ways to improve on something you’ve been doing the same way for years.

At flour + water, chefs cook pasta by the 80-20 rule: 80% in boiling water, and the final 20% in a pan sauce, which finishes and flavors the pasta. Here, Thomas breaks it down.

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