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Badcock, Ws Corporation
(864) 223-7227
1302 Bypass Hwy 72 N E
Greenwood, SC
 
Sligh & Wilson
(864) 229-0843
132 Maxwell Ave
Greenwood, SC
 
Sears
(864) 223-4266
420-14 Bypass 72 Nw
Greenwood, SC
Hours
Mon-Fri:10am -9pm
Sat:10am -9pm
Sun:12am -6pm

Walmart Supercenter
(864) 229-2232
508 Nw Bypass 72
Greenwood, SC
Store Hours
Mon-Fri:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sat:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun:8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Pharmacy #
(864) 229-6722
Pharmacy Hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lowe's
(864) 229-1311
513 Bypass 72 Nw
Greenwood, SC
Hours
M-SA 6 am - 10 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Kmart
(864) 229-1399
254 Highway 72 By Pa
Greenwood, SC
Departments
Pharmacy, Portrait Studio
Hours
Mon - Fri :8am-10pm
Sat:8am-10pm
Sun:8am-10pm

JC Penney
(864) 223-8107
320 Bypass 72 NW Ste A
Greenwood, SC
Hours
Mon-Sat 10:00-9:00
Sun 1:30-5:30

Quarles Supply Co Do it Best
(864) 229-3638
1616 Calhoun Rd
Greenwood, SC
 
Lowes
(864) 229-1311
513 BYPASS 72 NW
GREENWOOD, SC
 
Steifles Appliance
(864) 229-5688
710 Montague Ave
Greenwood, SC
 

The Tools of the Trade

The Tools of the Trade

(FeatureSource) A good cook needs good tools. That is why it is important to take a look at your very own kitchen tools-pots, pans, and knives. They are an intricate and essential part of your kitchen, yet many people overlook their importance.

You may be overwhelmed with the choices you have to make when it comes to pots, pans, and knives. That may even be the reason you have kept the same old kitchen tools for years! But with some help from Don Silvers, author of the book, "Kitchen Design with Cooking in Mind" ($24.95; NMI Publishers), you will be guided through the endless world of kitchen tools.

Here is some advice from Silvers, a Certified Kitchen Designer and certified chef:

POTS AND PANS

--LIDS SHOULD FIT TIGHT
A tight lid is like a tightly closed oven-it ensures no heat or moisture escapes, and creates a mini-over on the cook top.

--WHAT IS THE BEST KIND OF HANDLE FOR A POT OR PAN? 
A metal handle is the best choice for a handle. Many pots and pans now have metal handles that do not get hot when used on a cook top. And a metal handle is the only handle that can go into an oven.

The material the pot or pan is made out of also effects your cooking experience:

--WHY IS CAST IRON EXCELLENT FOR SLOW COOKING FOODS BUT UNSUITABLE FOR SAUTEING? 
A cast iron pot or pan absorbs heat slowly, distributes it evenly and retains the heat for a long time. These very qualities that make it excellent for slow cooking foods make it unworkable for fast cooking processes, such as sautéing.

--WHAT SHOULD YOU BE CAREFUL ABOUT WHEN USING AN ALUMINUM POT OR PAN? 
Aluminum is an excellent heat conductor and diffuser, but it will react chemically with acids, and can darken, discolor and change the taste of some acidic foods. A white sauce, for example, may turn gray in an aluminum pot if you've made a tomato sauce in it a week or two earlier. Because of this, many people choose to use their aluminum pots and pans for specific foods.

KNIVES

--WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FORGED AND STAMPED KNIFE? 
Forged knives are made form one piece of metal, whereas a stamped knife may be made from several pieces making it easier to break. When deciding what type of knife you should purchase, buy a forged, rather than a stamped knife. Forged knives have superior weight and balance, which translates into less stress on your hand.

--IS YOUR KNIFE COLLAR BIG ENOUGH? 
A quality knife has a one-half-inch-think collar, the edge of the knife that butts up against your hand on the underside. The blade should extend into a triple-riveted wood-not plastic-handle, which yields better traction for greasy hands. A quality knife will feel balanced.

--WHAT IS THE KEY TO A GOOD KNIFE? 
Sharpness. Whenever you use a knife, you need to straighten the blade edge. This is done with an instrument called a steel, which is an elongated steel rod with a rough-grained ...

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