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Introducing the Entertain Power Panel of Experts

Introducing the Entertain Power Panel of Experts

With the advice of the best planners in the business, we’ll help you host a successful party every time

Say hello to our amazing power panel of entertain experts.

When it comes to entertaining, we do our best to cover all the ins and outs of hosting a successful soirée or dinner. However, when it comes to advice — and hosting advice at that — it’s better to take as many cues from the pros as possible.

Who better to listen to for advice on planning and executing the perfect dinner party, crafting the ideal menu, creating a gorgeous atmosphere, and being on the cusp of seasonal trends in weddings, events, and big bashes than the people who do it day after day?

We’ve conjured up a serious panel of entertaining, planning, and designing experts who collectively have crafted high-profile celebrity events, planned $1 million weddings, and have come to put as much panache into their own parties as they would for a gala.

Week after week, we’ll question the panel — with experts spanning from coast to coast — on a subject that pertains to hosting, planning, and creating an event that will impress. They’ll respond based on their professional experience, and provide detailed suggestions and tips on how to achieve the task at hand with ease.

So whether you’ve volunteered your home for the official kick-off to summer or next year's Thanksgiving dinner, or if you’re just beginning your wedding planning process, or if you just want to create a stellar dinner party menu and execute it well, look no further than this panel. We’ve created a resource that’s more complete than anything else out there — a go-to guide for seamlessly entertaining guests at any and all occasions.

If you have a question that you’d like to throw our way, tweet us, post on our Facebook wall, or simply email us here.


Introducing GLAMOUR's Wellness Power List Awards: Meet the expert panel behind the award worthy nominations

So long, 2020! We've never been more ready to hit refresh, physically and mentally, and welcome a new year with new beginnings. So it feels the perfect time to introduce GLAMOUR's first-ever Wellness Power List Awards, celebrating the best-in-class products and brands you love in the health, fitness and wellness world. And after a year that’s tested more than just the limits of our Wi-Fi, we give a special focus to your mental health and self care heroes.

We want to celebrate the workout wear and fitness tech you use to stay in shape, the supplements you take for a health boost, the bath time bliss inducers and stress relievers you chill with after a hard day, plus the sex toys that spice it up in your bedroom, along with sleeps aids you can count on for a great snooze.

The winners are determined by your votes, but the nominations shortlist of award-worthy favourites have been selected by an expert panel of esteemed health and wellness professionals, alongside the GLAMOUR team.

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Our insiders include GP Dr Hazel Wallace, author of the best-selling The Food Medic books, who shares the medical and nutritional smarts on Instagram. Celebrity PT Aimee Victoria Long and Clara Holmes, famous for her inspiring wheelchair fitness routines, sort out what really works in the world of workouts. Mental health nominations come from anxiety specialist Chloe Brotheridge the world’s only comparison coach Lucy Sheridan and body-positive activist Michelle Elman of @scarrednotscared. As well as authoritative product picks from leading voices in sexual health, immunology, sleep, fertility and oral care.

Scroll down to meet the full line-up of pros that form GLAMOUR's 2021 Wellness Power List expert panel.


Introducing Recipes to the Rescue

It’s not too late, you can still order your recipe book and access to this awesome week of events!

TUESDAY AM: Welcome!

Get a digital copy of the recipe book delivered to your inbox…the printed copy is on the way!

TUESDAY PM: Food Waste 101

Food rescue starts at home! To do that, you have to understand the basics. How can you prevent food waste, what can you still eat and when, and if you can’t eat it, what are some alternatives to throwing it away? Throughout the week we’ll help you come up with creative ways to use the food you have. Our handy guidelines will prepare you to get cooking. Kick off the week by taking the Fridge Food Check – Stop Food Waste! Share your experience with us on Facebook or via email and we’ll enter you to win a gift card or gift from one of our sponsors.

WEDNESDAY: Lunch & Learn – Route-Based Food Rescue

Mix up a food rescued lunch with Emily, hear from a route volunteer about our unique food rescue model, and learn how Table to Table delivers 2.5 million pounds of food to our neighbors for just 15 cents a pound! Maybe by the end you’ll want to adopt your very own local food rescue route! We have many to choose from and they all play a critical part in addressing hunger in our community.

THURSDAY: Rescue Your Fridge Food

Got milk? Got old milk?! How about some soft apples or limp celery in your refrigerator? Check your email on Thursday and learn ways to clear out your refrigerator without throwing food away! Just like leftovers, many of those less-than-entirely fresh foods can be utilized in tasty and nutritious meals for yourself and your family.

FRIDAY: Cooking with our Community Partners

Ever wonder what happens to those thousands of pounds of food we rescue each week? Who better to share how to use rescued food than the chefs who do it every day to feed hundreds of our neighbors. Tune in on Friday when we’ll be joined by local chefs in the kitchens of the Salvation Army and Shelter House as they prepare nutritious meals for their guests using food rescued by Table To Table that same day.

All Week Long

Wildwoods Farms, Local Harvest, and Trader Joe’s

Don’t miss your chance to win a July CSA share from Wildwoods Farm, a garden starter kit from Local Harvest CSA or a bundle of goodies ($150 Value) from Trader Joe’s!

Bonus Recipes

Recipe book holders will receive free bonus recipes! Local professional chefs aren’t the only ones that can cook and bake, as our very own Table to Table staff and volunteers share their favorite old family recipes and tips for home-cooked meals.

Best of all, throughout the week you can “Ask Emily” as our resident expert offers creative and tasty ways to prepare meals at home using leftovers, food found on your shelves and rescued from your refrigerator. Trust me, you will be glad you “asked Emily!”


Introducing As/Is: The New Beauty & Style Brand From BuzzFeed

New York, NY — March 6, 2018 — BuzzFeed today announced the launch of As/Is, an all-new beauty and style brand that will emphasize individuality, diversity, body positivity, and celebrate its audience for who they are – as is. As/Is launches Tuesday, March 6 across BuzzFeed.com/asis, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram — a footprint where BuzzFeed reaches 9 out of 10 Millennial women in the U.S. and attracts more than 340 million views worldwide every month across its beauty and style content.

“By listening to our audience, we’ve learned a lot about evolving attitudes toward beauty and style, and how they increasingly want to be empowered to be who they are, rather than told who to be,” said Peggy Wang, Editorial Director, BuzzFeed Media Brands. “As/Is as a brand recognizes that there’s self-expression and personal experience behind our beauty and style choices, and we aim to capture that in the most comprehensive and honest way possible.”

“The As/Is approach to beauty is like your non-judgy big sister who’s lived a little and who will encourage you to try new things, but will be there along the way as you make mistakes. There’s no right or wrong way to be you, and we accept you as you are, where you are. Our goal is to create content that makes you feel seen, and empowers you to be the authority on your own beauty,” said Essence Gant, Beauty Editor, As/Is.

As/Is is the first new brand launched under BuzzFeed Media Brands, the company’s newly formed division for its lifestyle brands, which also include Tasty, Nifty, and Goodful. At launch, As/Is will include original editorial and video content covering beauty, style, fashion and more, as well as a premiere slate of original digital series, including:

Ladylike covers the struggles and triumphs associated with being a woman, experimenting with everything from from periods, contouring and breast exams, to hair removal, fashion and beauty trends, photoshopping, and more! Ladylike aims to empower women through content that explores all facets of womanhood featuring Freddie Ransome, Chantel Houston, Devin Lytle, Kristin Chirico and Jen Ruggirello. Ladylike returns this Spring via YouTube.

Close Up is a new beauty profile series featuring A-list celebrities and tastemakers. Launched by beauty editor Essence Gant, the series will explore full-circle beauty as it relates to everything from skin care to self-perception and more. The series will launch with a profile of legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath.

Bogus Beauty will debut this spring featuring a team of beauty experts as they investigate - and sometimes debunk - pop culture’s biggest beauty and style mysteries. The Bogus Beauty crew will bring to life the craziest beauty and style moments in pop culture from the past and present to determine what’s legit and what’s bogus. Coming in Spring 2018.

Feed Famous will will bring together aspiring social influencers to compete in a bid to become a social star. Through a series of challenges, judged by a panel of celebrity guests including Amanda Steele, Isis King, Gabi Gregg and Ashley Nell Tipton, the series will culminate with the crowning of one winner, who will have the power of BuzzFeed’s cross-platform global network to help launch them into social stardom. Feed Famous will be hosted by BuzzFeed’s own Jazzmyne Jay. Have a friend you want to nominate for Feed Famous? Nominate them here! Coming in Spring 2018.

BuzzFeed is the world’s leading tech-powered media company, with a cross-platform news and entertainment network that reaches hundreds of millions of people globally. The company produces articles, lists, quizzes, videos, original series, and brands including Tasty, the world’s largest social food network. The company is also home to BuzzFeed News, a global news organization focused on original reporting and investigative journalism and BuzzFeed Commerce, which develops social commerce products and experiences, as well as licensing and other strategic partnerships.


AAC Family Cookbook: Recipes through the Generations

The UNC Asian American Center is creating a cookbook! This cookbook will present a diverse array of Asian dishes with an emphasis on their familial and cultural relevance. The goal of this cookbook is to highlight the significance food has on Asian culture. Some may be featured on social media as well. If you are interested, please SUBMIT HERE. Thank you for contributing!

*Please note that the wording may be slightly changed but the content will remain the same

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Introducing the Dish on Fish E-Cookbook: “Everyday Seafood Recipes”

Drumroll please…introducing our e-cookbook: “Everyday Seafood Recipes: 53 Quick and Easy Dishes” We launched the Dish on Fish blog a few years ago because we wanted to show you how easy it is to create healthy and delicious seafood dishes in your own kitchen. Since then we’ve created more than 50 recipes featuring seafood for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinners. We eat with our eyes first, so every recipe includes a mouth-watering image or fun video. Many of the recipes include pantry staples—and all are pesca­tarian-friendly (Go Pescatarian!).

We are big fans of keeping frozen, canned and pouched seafood on hand—because it makes it so easy to include seafood in your meal plan at least 2-3 servings a week as recommended in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

If you are trying our pescatarian challenge, the e-cookbook provides plenty of variety. You’ll find high-protein breakfast options, like our Egg and Crab Muffins and Salmon-Stuffed Avocado Boats. Looking to satisfy your mid-day cravings? Enjoy our Tuna Croquettes, Smoked Trout Dip or Seared Scallop Salad for a lunch or snack. For dinner, we suggest a hand-held like the Grilled Mediterranean Salmon Gyros or try the Tilapia Piccata or Wild Alaska Pollock en Papillote.

There are also call-out tags throughout the cookbook for gluten-free recipes, kid-friendly favorites and our cook-along series, “The Seafood Supper Club.”

These recipes are like our children—we can’t pick favorites—however we want to share a few today to help kick off National Pescatarian Month. Hope you will enjoy this easy-to-use cookbook and share it with a friend.

Easy Egg and Crab Muffins

We’ve all been there. The alarm goes off and you hit snooze once, or maybe twice. Suddenly you open your eyes and discover you have five minutes to get out the door with no time to make breakfast. Morning hack: Set aside just 30 minutes on Sunday to meal prep these protein-packed Egg and Crab Muffins and you’ll be able to enjoy an easy, satisfying breakfast every day of the week.

Get the recipe here.

Salmon-Stuffed Avocado Boat

Looking for a new salmon recipe that checks the box for breakfast, lunch or a light dinner? Let us introduce you to our Salmon-Stuffed Avocado Boats. Featuring two favorite ingredients—salmon and avocados. And, well, let’s say we didn’t have any trouble finding taste-testers for this recipe. We think this will become a regular in your breakfast and brunch rotation.

Get the recipe here.

Tuna Croquettes

Hailing from France, croquettes may sound fancy, but our Tuna Croquettes come together in just over 30 minutes! Full of healthy tuna and loaded with flavor, these patties are great for a snack, light meal or even a party. Keep some pantry-perfect tuna (either pouched or canned) on hand to whip these up anytime. We added a lemon-pepper dipping sauce for a fresh zing to accompany this tuna recipe. So, let’s make some delicious tuna croquettes. Bon appétit!

Get the recipe here.

Grilled Mediterranean Cedar Plank Salmon Gyros

This Greek-inspired grilled salmon gyro provides the perfect combination of fresh vegetables, salty olives and zesty tzatziki. We love salmon in a gyro because it ups the nutrient notch of this traditional Mediterranean handheld. This superfood is rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which help to reduce inflammation, lower triglycerides and support heart and brain health. If you haven’t cooked on a cedar plank before, soak it in water for an hour in advance of cooking. Yes, this sandwich is so good you won’t have to worry about leftovers.


Get the recipe here.

Smoked Trout Dip

You’ll flip for our Smoked Trout Dip, a simple, savory and satisfying treat that is also good for you. Easy to make, easy to store and easy to eat—think of this trout dip recipe as snack time made simple! Seafood dips go perfectly with raw veggies, crackers or pita. We’ve tested this theory with our other original dips—the salmon dip, shrimp dip and crab dip. All tasty ways to get your seafood servings in, especially if you’re looking for a healthy snack.

Get the recipe here.

Seared Scallop Salad with Blueberries

This Seared Scallop Salad with Blueberries recipe brings together two ingredients that you may not have thought of—scallops and blueberries! We always love the sweet-and-savory combination of seafood and fruit, and this hits all the right notes when combined with fresh greens and simple homemade delicious balsamic vinaigrette dressing featuring pantry ingredients.


Get the recipe here.

Lemon Tilapia Piccata

Lemon is the perfect citrus flavor for seafood. With that in mind, we created a succulent Lemon Tilapia Piccata. Taking just 15 minutes from start to finish, this dish is simple, elegant and, most importantly, delicious. Tilapia is an easy fish to keep in the freezer. The filets are thin, and it thaws in no time. Grab a lemon and get started on dinner.

Get the recipe here.

Wild Alaska Pollock en Papillote with Chimichurri Sauce

Grab the aluminum foil for these en papillote fillets! En papillote is French for “cooking in a pouch,” which equals a no-mess, high-flavor meal! We used flaky, tender Wild Alaska Pollock paired with a vibrant chimichurri that will kick dinner into high gear.


Introducing the Chissada! (Chili-Casserole-Enchilada)

700 square feet isn’t a lot of space for: stocking up for months’ supply of toilet paper, loading up the freezer with meats and the pantry with cans of nonperishables and bags of rice, or dance parties featuring more than two people and a dog however, it doesn’t mean you need to compromise on a healthy and hearty meal.

Ingredients:

  • 1 8.5 oz package of cauliflower rice – cook accordingly
  • 2 cups of roasted chicken meat, chopped (or you can use cooked ground beef/turkey or, make it vegetarian and omit this step!)
  • 1 can of black beans, drained and dried (or for a lower-carb option, omit this step!)
  • 1 can of enchilada sauce (or 6-9 oz of any “sauce” you’d like)
  • 2 cups of shredded cheese (or try it with feta or any crumbly cheese for some different flavors!)
  • Your choice of seasonings

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Toss cooked cauliflower rice, chicken/meat, beans, sauce, seasonings and any other fun pantry items (we added a can of green chilis and drained jalapenos because we like it spicy) into a 9࡯ baking dish (or any size, really…this is all we have). Top with 1 cup of cheese evenly spread out.
  3. Bake for 15-20 mins.
  4. Take out, stir it up, top with more cheese and anything else you want (we added chopped tomatoes, cilantro, avocado, and green onions). Bake for another 5 mins or so.
  5. Here’s the fun and versatile part. Now you can:
      • crumble some tortilla chips on top
      • dollop on some sour cream
      • eat as a dip with crackers
      • fold up into tortilla for a burrito

      If you want this to be more of a chili, add in a can of tomatoes and a 16 oz box of bone broth (or any stock) to the first step, and omit the cheese until the end. Cook on the stovetop for about 20 mins.

      Nutritional Info (using cauliflower rice, chicken, black beans, enchilada sauce, & Mexican blend cheese):


      Introducing 'Week of Meals': Our new series aimed at bringing you easy recipes for busy weeknights

      People are getting tired of cooking. I understand that feeling intimately, especially as someone whose job it is to cook and come up with new recipes to inspire you, the reader. Whether for work or pleasure, I’m never not chopping or boiling something. The endless meal planning, organizing and, worst of all, dishwashing really takes a toll. All this to say, I get you.

      One year into cooking more meals at home than ever before, the fatigue has set in for even the most cooking-obsessed among us. So to ease the frustration of having to cook for yourself or your household every day, I’m introducing a series called “Week of Meals,” which will give you five weeknight dinner recipes with all the planning and strategizing built in.

      Each meal will make four servings, come together — start to finish — in less than 60 minutes, and require 10 or fewer ingredients. The groceries for all five meals can be bought from a single grocery store and in a single shopping trip (remember, we’re looking to alleviate your frustration) and will cost less than $100 total.

      Of course, there are some caveats: Spices, condiments and other basic pantry staples I expect you to have will be priced by the amount used in the recipes and, whenever possible, I will give substitutions for them in the recipe’s headnote. But also know that if I call for certain spices, they will be used at least twice throughout the week so you can get used to incorporating them in different ways and with different ingredients.

      Staples like salt and pepper, cooking oil and water will not be included in the shopping list nor will they be counted in the 10 ingredients for each recipe (because, well, if you don’t have these things, maybe takeout really is the best option). For oil, however, I will provide the total amount needed for all five recipes so you can check whether you have enough before shopping.

      Any ingredients that need to be prepped ahead of time will be listed in the “Sunday Prep” section, so that once it’s time to cook, some of the hard work will already be done. And all meat, produce, herbs or other fresh/perishable ingredients will be fully used up by the end of the week so there will be no half-used, sadly wilting herb bundles to toss out on Friday.

      We will publish the grocery list in full, along with the specific grocery store where the author has shopped so that, should you choose, you can go to that location or the same chain. Specialty chains and gourmet grocery stores will be off-limits.

      Whether you follow the plan in full or simply make one recipe, my hope is that you will enjoy delicious, simple and balanced weeknight meals without any of the mental or physical anguish that goes along with planning and prep. Sometimes I will develop the recipes for a “Week of Meals,” but much of the time they will be developed by other cooks and authors in California with the goal to have them — by going to their own neighborhood grocery stores — show you how different cooks get dinner on the table throughout the week.

      Read about Cooking columnist Ben Mims's first Week of Meals:

      Here's everything you need to make the first Week of Meals recipes:

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      Should I stay or Should I go?

      The other question I get asked a lot is “Should I give the speaker introduction and then leave the stage or should I give the introduction and then wait for the speaker to get to the lectern / centre stage and then leave?

      My feeling on this is you should wait at the lectern and there are a number of reasons for this.

      I like to control the audience focus!

      If I walk off before the speaker comes on, the audience don’t know where to look.

      I like to give the Speaker Introduction and gesture towards where they are coming from. Once they are onstage and moving to the centre, everyone will be looking at them. I then move slightly to the side but wait for them. Once they nearly get to the speaking position I extend my hand in welcome, shake hands and then leave the stage.

      However, I don’t completely leave. Speakers sometimes are nervous, they might drop their notes, fumble with the control button for the slides etc. I’m close enough that I can respond if needed. Once they start I can then proceed completely offstage.


      Introducing the Allrecipes Cookware Line

      Fun and functional, the new Allrecipes cookware was designed to cater to our community&aposs mission of getting dinner on the table after a busy day. These stylish sets of state-of-the art sauce pans, skillets, and Dutch ovens were created to give cooks the tools to efficiently make meals without making a big, hot mess.

      That means sauce pan lids do double duty as strainers, and an even-heating skillet is fitted with a steamer, so you can make the main course while a side dish cooks simultaneously on top. Some pieces even let you know when it&aposs time to toss the ingredients in the pan to saute.

      The fry and saute pans share an attribute every cook has got to love: The advanced nonstick surface makes clean up easy peasy. And guess what? They&aposre dishwasher safe!

      Created for the home cook, Allrecipes cookware also includes high-tech features that professional chefs demand, including even-heating cooking surfaces and flared rims for drip-free pouring. Here are some details that should make choosing cookware a pleasure.

      Allrecipes Sizzle Sensor&trade Fry Pans & Cookware Sets

      Imagine scrambling eggs without a drop of oil or a pat of butter, and being able to wipe the pan clean after dishing up. That&aposs the magic of the QuanTanium® nonstick coating, which is a feature of both the 2 piece Fry Pan Set and the 8 piece Cookware Set. This next level nonstick is free of the chemicals long associated with that clean-cooking feature, instead using reinforced titanium to create the slick surface.

      • The Sizzle Sensor™ is a cook&aposs BFF: a very cool ring on the handle showing when a pan turns from chill to hot. Black means wait, red means it&aposs go time.
      • This durable cookware is the result of a forged aluminum construction, creating pans that conduct heat like a champ, second only to copper. That&aposs essential for even browning.
      • Ideal for any cooking surface, from gas to induction.
      • Stay-cool handles are easy to grip.
      • Toss that scrub brush. The advanced nonstick surface means these pans practically clean themselves. And the exterior stays brilliant -- even when it&aposs run through the dishwasher.

      Allrecipes 10 Piece Two Tone Stainless Steel Cookware Set

      This carefully curated collection covers all the bases, from generously sized skillets, to sauce pans that are genius for feeding a crowd, to an 8-inch fry pan that hits the sweet spot if you&aposre cooking for one or two. The brushed-and-polished finish makes these beauties good looking enough to go from stove-to-table, carrying creations like Overnight French Toast.

      • If you&aposre a fan of one-pot dinners, the Dutch oven is perfect for searing roasts on the stove top and finishing in the oven. Thank goodness for lid handles roomy enough for any mitt to fit.
      • The QuanTanium® nonstick surface featured in the fry and sauté pans stand up to any type of utensil, so there&aposs no need to ditch your favorite metal spatula.
      • Pieces in this set have special features. Let&aposs have high fives all around for the flared rims, the vented glass lids – no more boil overs! – plus, handy measurement markings inside the pans. Now you can skip fishing around for the measuring cups or guessing how much is just enough.

      Allrecipes 8 Piece Hard Anodized Cookware Set

      There&aposs nothing worse than cold spots when you&aposre browning chicken, searing a steak, or trying to achieve that golden hue you&aposre craving when caramelizing onions. Hard anodized pans go to the head of the class for being one of the best heat conductors around, which means food cooks evenly.

      • High-performance heat handling means you can turn the Dutch oven into a deep fryer.
      • Comfy grip handles are designed to make you a master of the show-stopping, one-handed pancake flip -- or just making reaching for a hot pad a distant memory.
      • It doesn&apost matter if you&aposre right-handed or a leftie there are easy pour spouts on either side of each sauce pan and the Dutch oven.
      • Like the rest, these pieces require little in the way of clean up and are dishwasher safe.

      Allrecipes 4 Piece Stackable Sauce Pan Set

      These sets are a dream for every apartment dweller who battles to find space for everything in the kitchen.

      • The pieces nestle together neatly, ready to be tucked away into a snug space. Of course, they&aposre so pretty, you won&apost want to hide them. The cool-touch silicone handles can double as hooks for hanging up high.
      • Two sauce pans nestled together become a double boiler, which is perfect for creating the creamiest sauces.
      • The fry pan works well for all sorts of cooking projects, from frying an egg to a quick sauté.
      • Cleaning is quick, too, as the nonstick surface can be wiped clean or loaded into the dishwasher.

      Allrecipes&apos Alli Shircliff showed off the 3 Piece set&aposs versatility during a fast-paced segment on HSN, and wrote about her experience.

      Early Reviews are Glowing

      "I received the 10-inch (Sizzle Sensor™) fry pan, and so far, I&aposm in love! This pan is not only beautiful to look at, but it also performs perfectly. I really love the heat indicator and comfort grip handle. I have been using it non-stop, cooking everything from eggs to veggies, to various meats and even Alfredo sauce. everything cooked to perfection. I would highly recommend this pan!" - Christina Perri, an Allrecipes Allstar who is part of our voluntary Brand Ambassador program.

      Another Brand Ambassador, Melissa Goff, posted gorgeous food photos on Instagram and gushed:

      "Allrecipes&apos Sizzle Sensor™ Cookware in action! Favorite cooking vessel to date. I&aposm thoroughly impressed, love the red indicator on the handle for pre-heating, love the way it handled my cooking style and my crazy sensitive stove top, and totally love the color. I was able to transition from browning pork sausage, wipe out the pan, add minimal butter for my eggs and go straight into making quesadillas without anything sticking. And when I was finished, the pan wiped out clean super easy and then hand washed and put away. Love the feel and quality of the fry pan. Wasn&apost too heavy or too light. I see future purchases of this cookware line!"