Our earliest ancestors apparently ate everything raw. According speculative thinkers, the cooking was discovered by accident. Apart from roasting food over a fire, rocks can be eroded (or skulls), filled with food and placed in the fire embers. If survival of the fittest was necessary, gently cooked food was much easier for children and the elderly to consume, and therefore live longer. The earthen pot from about 6000 BC was perhaps the antecedent of our present abundance of key pots.
Grilling our food, either on a BBQ or on the stove, it means food is cooked either on the flames, with a barbecue, or under the influence of heat, gas or electric fuel. The attraction of this type of cooking is instant, delicious fragrance with the accompanying sound of hisses. The high temperature and speed means the fat drip the food as it cooks: ideal for the health conscious. Stainless steel is a very practical type of steel developed in the early 1900′s and ideal for pots and cutlery. Learning to the table well is a valuable experience for the children. A set of stacking pots is useful for children to learn to tidy the kitchen.