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    FreshJuice is offline Assistant Cook
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    Hey all!

    So Iím moving into a new apartment next month and basically need to buy everything for it. I was wondering if anyone uses a specific brand of kitchen utensils that they loveÖ kitchenware is one of the things that I am in desperate need of. I saw this giveaway on Chef Rocco Dispiritoís Facebook for the JB Prince brand. Has anyone heard of this kind? Iím thinking of entering... Rocco DiSpirito - Win It! Cook It! | Facebook

    Thanks!

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    I would go after a buying guide like Alton Brown's "Gear for your Kitchen" book. It really explains how to start a basic kitchen all the way up to a at-home-professional kitchen.

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    Thanks for the advice. I still entered the contest...haha

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    I just entered, too. I'm not even that interested in what was offered but free is free.

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    FreshJuice is offline Assistant Cook
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    cool...yah i figured it couldn't hurt. I think Rocco's doing the contest because he has a new show out on Bravo.

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    I don't get that channel (cheap-@ss = basic cable).

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    haha Rocco cooking show surely.... I have never heard about such a contest, I have a simple blog on cookware stainless steel, so do check it out....

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    nbsteuv is offline Assistant Cook
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    TomatoMustard

    I would go after a buying guide like Alton Brown's "Gear for your Kitchen" book. It really explains how to start a basic kitchen all the way up to a at-home-professional kitchen.
    I second that. Alton tells you what utensils you need, what to look for in them, what can double as other things to save you money (If you're ever considering getting a sandwich press, just get two cast-iron skillets one a size bigger than the other and heat them both up to make your own press), and is generally awesome. Do a search for Good Eats on Youtube and you'll see what we mean.

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