Speciality Cookware



Speciality Cookware

If you're looking to take your cooking skills to the next level, then investing in the right speciality cookware and equipment is essential. Whether you're an experienced chef or just starting out, having the right tools can make a huge difference in the success of your dishes. Explore the different types of speciality cookware and equipment available and how they can enhance your cooking experience. 

The Different Types of Specialty Cookware

  • Bread Making - use bannetons, gringettes and lames to achieve bakery-standard sourdoughs and loaves. 
  • Chocolate making - silicone moulds, the finest quality couverture and gloss food colours
  • Cocktail & Barware - cocktail syrups, fruit purees and edible flowers for showstopping beverages
  • Food Dehydrator - Excalibur 9, 6 or 4 tray food dehydrators 
  • Molecular Gastronomy - where food and science collide
  • Pasta Making - pasta machines, pasta rolling pins, pasta 00 flour & ravioli trays and cutters. 
  • Pizza Making - ZiiPa pizza ovens, pizza stones and pizza flour 
  • Sous Vide -  Anova Sous Vide machines and vacuum sealers 
  • Preserving & Fermentation - fermenting crocks, vinaigriers and fermenting jars
  • Sushi making - Sushi making kits, sushi ingredients, sushi matts and sushi serving platters

Specialty cookware and equipment can be invaluable to any home chef. One of the biggest advantages of speciality cookware is the ability to make dishes that are difficult or impossible to make with traditional pots and pans. Certain foods, such as delicate sauces or dishes that require precise temperatures, cannot be cooked in traditional cookware. Specialty cookware, such as Sous Vide or Dehyrators often provides the tools necessary to make these dishes successfully. If you want to know more, check out Sous Chef team's cookware essentials!