Traditional Nonstick Cookware
Nonstick—our friend for fried eggs, crêpes, and oh-so much more. That slick finish needs a little protecting, so here’s how to make it last: Reach for wooden and silicone utensils when you wanna get flipping and stirring, since metal ones can scratch the surface. If you need to add a little fat to your cooking, opt for butter or oil over nonstick spray, which can leave a sticky residue. When it’s time to clean up, give your cookware a good soak in warm, soapy water, then scrub away with a sponge (no need for harsh abrasives here).