When it comes to price
A I don’t mind spending more for extra features.
B I’m a thrifty shopper and I love a bargain above all.
If I’m washing something
A I feel like long soaking times and using plenty of soap are the only ways to get it totally clean.
B I think that hot water and scrubbing are enough, so I’m OK with using little-to-no soap and no soaking.
If my pans could talk
A They’d probably be pretty happy—I’m fairly careful with my things.
B They might complain a little—I’m kind of tough on them!
My kitchen style could be summed up as
A I’m always interested in trying the newest thing and I tend to collect gadgets.
B I try to keep my collection pretty minimalist; if it’s not broken, I don’t fix it.
My patience level for a pan that needs some work is
A I’d rather have something that performs consistently right out of the box.
B I’m willing to put in some extra effort for something I really like, as long as it’s going to pay off in the end.
I want my cast-iron skillet to be
A A specialty tool I use for recipes that really benefit from its singular characteristics.
B Basically a complete replacement for my nonstick skillet whenever possible.