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Anyone using different *cookware* to keep a cleaner kitchen.....

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chefwong Oct 6, 2012 07:34 AM

I've been prone to using a 6 Qt Deep Saute in order to keep minimal splatter from searing, etc.
A little bit more harder to work with due to straight sides, or liquids not evaporating as quicker........but in order to save my santity on a cleaner kitchen, less splatter on the stovetop - and more time with the kids versus cleaning Sunday tasks...

Can't I just have a kitchen that self cleans the stovertop. I can easily clean the countertops and chuck the hood grates in the DW.

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    chefwong Oct 6, 2012 07:56 AM

    Tried/own one. Can't think of the name. Cusipro maybe. It was better but I can't recall why I stopped using it.

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    Just dug it out.
    It's a Amco one. Regular mesh style. I suppose it's just *warped* as it sits flat on the 2 opposing sides, but not on the other. It catches ~some~ of the overspray but more comes out than getting caught...

    I suppose the non mesh ones might have more *weight* so it sits heavier ontop....

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    1. re: chefwong
      junescook Oct 6, 2012 08:21 AM

      Actually I'm using the Oxo one now. I think they're all better than not.

      http://www.amazon.com/OXO-Splatter-Sc...

    2. junescook Oct 6, 2012 07:43 AM

      Hey Chef, Have you ever tried using a splatter screen to keep the place cleaner? I always use one for browning meat or doing similar things.

      E.g.:

      http://www.amazon.com/Norpro-Grip-EZ-...

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      1. re: junescook
        iluvcookies Oct 6, 2012 07:53 AM

        Oh splatter screens are a wonderful invention!

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