The BasicsUse wooden, plastic, or silicone utensils to keep your cookware scratch-free.
Stay away from steel wool and use nonabrasive sponges or cloths to clean to clean, instead.
Cast Iron Care
Add oil or butter to cast iron first, let warm, and then add your ingredients when cooking.
Rinse with warm water (do not use soap) and use a brush or scraper to remove stuck-on bits. For really stubborn food remnants, scrub your pan with salt and oil, rinse and wipe clean.
Never soak your cast iron!!!
Dry the cast iron with a clean towel and then place over low heat. Once completely dry, add a thin coat of oil but make sure the oil doesn’t pool -one teaspoon for the entire surface should be just right.
Always make sure your pan is completely dry before storing.
Wood cutting boards and utensils are not dishwasher-friendly, so please give them a sudsy hand wash with gentle dish soap and a nonabrasive sponge. Wipe dry with a soft dishtowel.
We recommend regularly treating your wood with a food-safe mineral oil to ensure a smooth and moisturized finish that helps avoid cracking and warping.
Make sure wood items are completely dry before storing.
Marble requires extra maintenance, especially when it comes in contact with an acid-based liquid such as juice or tomato sauce.
If such an incident occurs, immediately wipe your marble surface with warm and soapy water on a cloth before staining occurs. Do not use soap or chemical cleaners that are acidic in nature.
If you don't catch the stain right away, wipe your marble with a mixture of 12% hydrogen peroxide and a few drops of ammonia.