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Seven tips for happy homemaking

Published: Friday, Nov. 16 2012 9:01 a.m. MST

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Yes, cookware sets are often cheaper than buying pots and pans a la carte — or so it may seem. But, often, cookware sets don’t contain the sizes or finishes that are really necessary for a well-stocked kitchen. And that leads to more purchases in the end and a lot of cookware clogging your kitchen cupboards.

Instead of a set, start with one or two multi-purpose pieces (like a 12-inch skillet), and purchase other pieces to fit your needs as your culinary skills improve.
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terra nova
Park City, UT

Disappointing. Should have included a list (or at least a partial list) of the seven tips. Waste of time to click on this blub.

AkMama
ANCHORAGE, AK

You had to click through the list attached to the article.

Spyneyes
Woodinville, WA

Big Blue Button "See the List'! Not such a waste of time to if only you'd take a few seconds of it to look.

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