Usually what kind of utensils do you use in your kitchen?

@krupesh (2608)
March 20, 2009 2:01pm CST
Is it Copper , Hindalium , Alluminium , Steel , Plastic or something else? Or is it a mixture of all?
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@zhuhuifen46 (3486)
• China
22 Mar 09
We use stainless steel pots for cooling, and porcelain bowls and dished for dining. I bought the bowls in a period of several decades, so do not match each other, though the paterns are not bad, but the colors are too many. The younger generation would rather to have cool colors, for instance, pure white. That is good for western food.
@EliteUser (3971)
• Australia
22 Mar 09
Hey, LOL well for me, I use all of them. Copper, Aluminium, Steel, Plastic. Except I don't really know what Hundalium exactly is. But in a way I feel rather bad when people come over and see so many different type of thnings in my kitchen. I will one day buy a really large set of utensils that all match. Either all plastic, steel, iron or whatever, happy MyLotting!
@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
21 Mar 09
I have a mixture of everything. However everything matches. All my saucepans are the same but different sizes and then all the plates are the same pattern. I have wooden spons for stirring things when I'm cooking. Knives and forks with coloured handles to match the plates and glasses that match too. Some things are quite old becauae I don't break things very often either than goodness!
• United States
20 Mar 09
I could be wrong, but the last time I checked the utensils in my kitchen are either stainless steel or just plain old steel...I don't really use a lot of them but the ones I use I think they are stainless..
@abanerji (1026)
• India
20 Mar 09
for cooking we prefer the nonstick cookware. for plates etc. we prefer fibre and then the kitchen being a store house of utensils. so one would genrally find al kinds of cookware.