Mauviel (pronounced “moe-vee-ELL”) is an French company that has a ~200 year tradition of making fine cookware and is one of the oldest French cookware manufacturers still around.
This Ars Technica article is in the same vein as another article I linked to several months ago. The number of calories your body absorbs depends on how the food was processed (if it was processed at all) as well as your individual body chemistry, like what bacteria are in your gastrointestinal tract, or your genes. So read the calorie counts on nutrition labels with a skeptical eye.
One question I get a lot is “what kind of pot boils water the fastest?” Here’s the answer.
This is a review of the Oster Pro 1200 Blender Plus Smoothie Cup, Brushed Nickel (model number BLSTMB-CBG-000) which is a new blender introduced at the end of 2015 to compete in the low- to mid-range blender market. It comes with a 24-ounce smoothie cup and boasts 1200 peak watts and all-metal drive socket interface between the jar’s bottom and the base.
You might have heard of the Henckels, the German knife manufacturer, and you might be familiar with the Zwilling (German for “twin”) logo used on their higher-end knives.