Every time you cook, the cover of the Flavor Lock lid seals in the nutrition and hydration. The handle is riveted for strength and stays cool to the touch. The saucepan is made of 18/10 steel and has a solid aluminum core. Rims are used for pouring. It's dishwasher-safe, oven-safe, and broiler-safe.
👤I wanted to eat it. I bought it to use. My daughter is getting married and I am letting her take the pots, but I have a full set of All clad d5 for 6 years. I am 67 years old. I was looking for something that was lighter. The pots are well made, beautiful, not too heavy or too light, and I love the handle, but they take forever to boil water and scratch easily, so 1/2 star taken off. The All clad is softer than the stainless. I think this will be my milk pan. I will buy myself a lighter version of the pan. The weight is perfect for me and it is pretty. I am on the fence and will continue to test it. I have to confess. I'm a pot destroyer. I used to go through pot sets every year. I test recipes for a company. I don't want anyone but me to wash my baby. Maybe metal polish would help remove the scratches? I washed the inside of the rice with a green sponge and only used it once. It's really bad. There were fine scratches on the sponge. I made a mistake. I am used to being a tank all clad. Waah, this pan has a soft sponge, a cloth or dobbie pad. A bar keeper will keep it shiny. Do you have metal utensils? I only use wood or silicone. I hid my spoon. I have had a 2qt saucepan for a couple of days. It took a kittle to get used to the new pans. It's good. I will buy the set. My daughter came home from work and I had the pot on the stove. She said that the most beautiful pot she had ever seen was the one that took forever to boil water. I yelled from the living room to the pot destroyer to not touch it. We had a good time. Those scrub pads are hiding.
👤I was looking for a set of pans to replace my old set which had pitted badly. I wanted my cookware to be fully clad. I looked at the All-Clad and Multiclad Pro. I wanted to make pouring easier so that the All-Clad and Tramontina entries were eliminated. I bought the two that I wanted to test, the Calphalon Triply Stainless and the Cuisinart Multiclad Pro. I was pleased with the performance of both of them. Neither seems to have an advantage over the other. Both were comfortable to lift and pour. The handles heated up too much during cooking even after hours of simmering tomato sauce. The Calphalon's handle was warmer than the Cuisinart's. The Calphalon was slightly easier to clean when food was stuck to the surface. The third handle rivet was used to clean around. Performance was the same from both lines. The brushed finish on the cookware of the Cuisinart Multiclad line makes it look better. The Calphalon Triply are polished to a mirror finish. I don't worry about how they look. I chose the Cuisinart sauce pans for a number of reasons. I like the metal ones of the Cuisinart more than the glass ones. I don't understand why glass lidding is useful. They can't use the higher heat that metal can, can break if dropped or banged, and can't see what's in the pot. The sizes of the sauce pans are 1.5, 2, 3, and 4 quarts. It's perfect for my needs. The Calphalon was available in 4.5 quart sizes. I wanted something in the 3- 3.5 quart range but it is not available from Calphalon. They make a 3 quart pan. I didn't want the bottom to be curved. The Calphalon Triply pans are more expensive than the Multiclad sauce pans. The Cuisinart Multiclad Pro seemed to fit my needs best since they performed evenly.
The product was built to the standards of North America. There are two quarts. 3 quart saucepans with cover. The saucepan has a cover. The dutch oven has a pasta insert. The glass cover has a rim. The stick handle is comfortable for your hand. The base is encapsulated for heat distribution. A belly-shape design with a surface for cooking.
👤I used a little over a month and the steel is high quality, and I have not noticed any difference in the quality of the steel that I use from 2011. Those with water marks and color changes are not washing properly and using too much heat. Over the years, my pots and pans have had too much heat put on them and as a result, I get a few discolored steels. The heat distribution is standard, so I have noticed no warping yet, which is a good sign. This pan is great for making a pound. Due to the low set sides and the sheer surface area of 12 inches, bacon can be laid out nicely and flip easily. It is the same with other meats such as a pork shoulder or loin. The pan in the set is high grade STAINLESS steel, so it won't rust even if you sit it in water or leave it with salt on it. If you botch the cooking temp, it will result in caked on burnt up crap, since steel cookware requires very precise temps and oil use to maintain a "no stick" situation. You can make pancakes, crepes, omelettes easily in this pan, with the right oil and temp. It is possible to cook a couple of large steaks in it if you don't want to grill. Searing is very easy because it is large and open, you can grab the meat from any direction and turn it, without having to get near the burner or a hot edge. There is a Over the last month, I have cooked bacon, pancakes, pork chops, and Italian sausage in this pan. I will be back in a few more months to see if cooking more will make a difference in the pan's bad steel, which should have been shown by now. The picture's uploaded are with the pan and its 8 year old cousin for comparison of what to expect over the course of a decade. I don't use bar keepers or shine up my pans. Use the steel pan for cooking food, not your pins.
👤I used this pot a few times. The metal on the bottom of the pan was pitted three times. I don't know if the metal is safe. I use this to cook pasta and I am afraid the boiling water will pick up metals from the pits that might be harmful. Two days after the return window, this happened. The pot is pretty. I love it. I think I wasted $60 dollars. Very sad!
👤After the Calphalon non-stick saucepan broke, I chose this to replace it. I thought this would be a good replacement for the ratings and warranty, but I'm not having the best experience. The pan developed oxidation spots after a week. I use it for boiling salted water for pasta, and then I rinse it off and put it in the dishwasher. After the oxidation started showing up, I tried to remove it with steel wool pads, but it wouldn't budge. I submitted a customer service request on their website, but nobody responded. My time is important to me and I don't like hassle. Here is my review of their product and their service because you shouldn't have to chase them down to do the right thing. I only had this pot for a month.
The pots and skillet fry pans are safe for use in gas, electric, ceramic and induction counter cook tops. It was made of reinforced pressed aluminum. The set includes a 1.5 quart saucepan with glass cover, 1 quart saucepan with glass cover, 2 quart saucepan with glass cover, 3 quart saucepan with glass cover, 3.5 quart sauté pan with helpers handle and glass cover, and a 4 quart dutch oven with glass cover. Experience professional performance with an aluminum encapsulated base that heats quickly and spreads heat evenly, eliminating any hot spots and providing versatile performance. The cooking surface does not change in appearance or react with food. The cookware set is dishwasher and oven safe, making it easy to clean. Sturdy and sleek design will have you cooking your absolute best. Every time, measurement markings give you ease of use. The handling is exceptional. Side grips and helpers are riveted to ensure a lifetime of perfect balance. The flavor lock lid results in your best cooking results when you receive a drip-free pour. Lifetime warranty.
👤I like to cook. I like to cook gourmet dinners in pots and pans. I am not happy with the quality of these pans. I know how to cook and clean them. I like to read the reviews of the products. They are hard to keep clean. There are spots and marks that won't come off. I like my pans to stay looking good despite this. They still asked me to send more pictures even after I sent them. Why? I think they would stand behind their product and not make you go through a lot of BS. I don't want to have to go back and forth with a company. I wouldn't recommend them or buy them again. A picture of a pan has been included. Some of the same issues are being faced by others.
👤I like the way the pans cook. The first time I cooked in them, most of them had black and silvery pitted spots. It's so strange. They were not an indication of anything when I opened them. I am going to contact them and see what they have to say.
👤I had to look for a set of pots and pans to replace a set that was more than five years old. I know I am hard on cookware. My 6 year old likes to help me cook. I need a dishwasher safe in my house. My old set is peeling up. A good set of pots and pans is an investment. I did research because I don't want to spend too much money. I liked what I saw when I came across this product while shopping. I can see the construction and feel the weight before committing, thanks to the display out. They were on a big sale for only $220 after all my coupons and sale prices. When I called my husband to get his thoughts, he typed the information into Amazon and found the same set much cheaper. Done deal! There is a I have been cooking with these for several weeks. There is a There are lots of pans and pots. Solid riveting between handle and main body of heavy construction. The glass is easy to clean. skillets can move to the oven I got a big bonus. The cooking surface is fairly hot. A one pan dinner maker can be made with the super deep sided sauté pan. My favorite piece of this set is by far. It is easy to clean. I use a scrub sponge and haven't had much trouble. I like to let difficult stuff soak in hot soapy water. The largest skillet and sauté pan do not fit in my dishwasher. I have noticed that the cooking surface of the skillets is discolored. The high heat on the STAINLESS does not bother me at all. There is a In the end, it was a no-brainer. I would buy this set again. High quality on a budget.
👤Delivery was fast and the product was nice. The set was returned immediately after opening the box, which I understand is not the most high end cookware. The Cuisinart felt thin, but it looked nice as a complete set, and it was amish of what I've collected over the years. I was hoping for a better set but I was wrong to buy this 17-piece set for $200. Thankfully I had someone at home that could pick it up off the curb before someone else could, because it was only in the manufacturers box. It had been opened and re-taped before it showed up at my doorstep. I assume that improper repackaging and handling caused the dents along the top edge of the pots and pans to sit crooked. The edge of the set was rough on some of the lips, which I thought was a sign of low quality. I was hopeful that I'd found a great deal, but I would be revolted if I'd ordered this product for full price.
The set includes skillets in 8-, 10-, and 11-inch sizes. The Skillet is made of 18/10 steel. The base is made of aluminum and it eliminates hot spots. The handle stays cool on the stove. freezer-safe for food storage; dishwasher-safe. This skillet does not have a lid.
👤I've had this pan for over a year and I want to write a bad review every time I use it. I gave away my non-stick cookware because I wanted to avoid harmful chemicals. I went to steal. The pan had a label that said to only use wooden or plastic utensils. What? It's a steal! None of my other cookware has to be coddled. The pan has a chemical coating that makes it taste different and sticks to it. Worst of both worlds. I should have kept my non-stick cookware. I don't think it's a good idea to recommend it as pretty as it is.
👤I loved this pan for about 5 weeks. It was my new go-to along with the Chef's Classic. A little olive oil or butter can be used to make a nice omelette or sauce. All non-stick/teflon have to be thrown away after a year or two of study use, since they loose their coating after that. The new pan began to spot in four places after only 3 weeks of careful use and washing. The outer cover layer is coming off in small spots, growing by about one every other use. When using a cast iron skillet, I always cook on low heat first, then add oil or butter after a bit of heat. The spots are not from misuse. We only have a few days left in the return/exchange window, so we're only able to throw this one in the trash and look for a better one. It's sad to see a company drop in quality. It used to be a cook's turn-to. There is a If your pan begins to show a few dark spots on the surface, you are within the 30-day window to return or exchange. Do it immediately. If more consumers return the badly produced pans, the quality lapse will be taken seriously.
👤I am returning it because it doesn't work on my new GE range. I tested my other pans and they all work fine on the burner that I thought was faulty. It doesn't work on the larger burners. Back it up. It's simple to cook with a pure aluminum encapsulated base and a ready-to-use induction steel.
👤After following some advices, I prepared the pan and it is doing the job that it was built for.
👤I have owned this pan for over five years and have no complaints. I also have a 1.5qt saucepan with the 8-in and 10-in pans. I use them for everything. I would love to have a full set of the cookware. This is the only thing I've ever bought that has held up well or looked good after being cleaned. It takes more elbow grease to clean up cooking spots left by bacon. I switched to oven baked bacon several years ago and that is no longer an issue. I don't want to say I shouldn't be eating bacon, but life wouldn't be worth living. There is a They clean up well. A few seconds, really less than a minute for me, of soaking in warm, soapy water and the finish letting loose of all your cooked on food. These pans are as close to non-stick as you can get and I don't like using coated cookware. I'm not lying. I only cook with butter or coconut oil and have never had an issue with these pans. It still looks good if you buff it with a light, gentle and towel buffing every now and then. There is a The handle and cap have held up well. There is no separation. That is what you get when you buy a quality product. Highly recommended. Would purchase again.
Rub with cooking oil. The hard anodized aluminum core construction spreads heat evenly and eliminates hot spots. Premium non-stick interior is reinforced to make it easier to clean. The stick handles are riveted and shaped to your hand for extra comfort. Flat glass lids with STAINLESS RITES seal in the flavor and moistness of the food; glass is tempered to ensure lasting performance. It's possible to cook on the stovetop, in the oven, or under the broiler, and the oven is safe up to 500 degrees F. There is Certified Frustration-Free Packaging on the ship.
👤I bought a beautiful set of Cuisinart 64-13 Contour Hard Anodized 13-Piece Cookware Set, but I was unaware that the handles on the lid tops and on the pots become dangerously hot. How can this be? Is this a design flaw? I couldn't recommend this product due to the hot handles. We have a gas range so maybe that's part of the problem. I would expect a product like this made by a company such as Cuisinart to have tested and thought through a solution to the hot handles.
👤A dangerous product. Don't buy. This set has been used less than a year. I made eggs this morning and found a lot of things. The non-stick surface of the skillet is what the specs are. I would have eaten the lining of the skillet if I had not noticed the black spots. I have done this many times before. The skillets fade. I followed all the instructions to clean and cook. This product is very dangerous. The product is being reported by me.
👤I have had the cookware from Cuisinart for 6 years and they are showing wear and tear on the non-stick coating. The coating is intact and there are show swirls in some pans. It's not flaky and is several millimeters thick. I used the pan to make rice once. When I cleaned it with a non-abrasive sponge, the whole inside felt bumpy and there were huge clumps of non-stick missing from the pan. I could scratch it off with my finger. First use! There is a 6 years ago, my old pans were the same quality and price point, and either Cuisinart or this set has gone downhill in quality. I was not real. I will buy elsewhere if they were returned immediately.
👤I can't say how much I love this set. After getting married, I bought my first new cookware from a store. I didn't own a dishwasher. I didn't always wash by hand. I started using metal utensils after a year or so. They lasted over five years before the coating started getting scratched off. I loved them. I decided to try the whole ceramic fad with a set from Cooksmark. I was very disappointed. I paid the restocking fee and got rid of them after 3 months, so I bought this set again and cooked on it for the first time. I exhaled a sigh of relief. My reliable was back! If you cook something like homemade mac'n'cheese or spaghetti and it gets caked on the sides, a 5 minute soak in warm water will release everything like a dream. I can cook eggs without oil or butter and it's beautiful. Thank you for that!
👤I really like our new pans. Even heat distribution. Every pan has a lid. It is very easy to clean. The pan handles don't get hot. If the pan has been on for a long time, you need a potholder for the short pan and lid handles. The pans look great and make cooking in them more enjoyable. I bought several pieces to complete the set and I love them all. Highly recommended.
The best pots and pans gift for family, friends and loved ones is the best gift. Kitchen pots and pans set are the best. A woman owned small business. There is a lifetime guarantee for the product purchased from Avalon. The PowerBond high impact base distributes heat evenly. The handles are rivetted for strength andDurability. The FlavorLock lid is made of glass and has a seal. The oven and Broiler can be used up to 500 DegreeF. The cooker is ready.
👤When I got the pan, I let the fact that the pan rim was damaged go by because returning things to Amazon can cause your account to be canceled. I kept it. It worked well for a while. I washed it myself. It should never be put in the oven. I heard a loud popping sound today. The lid was shattered into a thousand pieces when I looked inside. Nothing even touched it. It's the strangest thing to happen to my cookware.
👤After the first use, the product scratched in some spots. I've used other Cuisinart skillets before and haven't had anything like this happen, so I'm not sure if I received a genuine product. I'm an experienced amateur cook who usually uses mid-range to high end cookware.
👤I returned my second saucepan for the same reason. There were small black holes on the interior bottom after a couple of uses. It seems like the metal has been damaged. There were spots that were 1/16 to 1/6 inch in diameter. Did we eat the metal? I was very disappointed that the same issue developed after several weeks between the first and second unit being delivered. One would think that this must be a known issue, but Cuisinart didn't pull them from distribution. It is a bad policy. Someone lost a customer.
👤Three stars are due to the heavy bases. I don't know what profession this cookware was intended for, but it doesn't take place in the kitchen. The items are shiny and nice to look at, but they are not very high quality. The sides are paper thin, meaning a great deal of heat is lost, even if the bottoms are heavy. It looks like Cuisinart took some of their cheapest cookware and pressed heavier bases on as an afterthought as there is a peculiar gap between the base and sides. It might be designed for on-line, television, and other remote sales where it could not be closely examined before purchase. There is a I didn't have time to look at the cookware before I gave it to the recipient, which is the worst part of the purchase. I was very disappointed by what I saw, but by the time I apologized, nothing could be done. I have held the opinion that the products offered by the company were overpriced and poor quality, even though they were stylish. I have picked up a few pieces of their cookware over the years and have found them to perform well enough, so they had me convinced they had a different philosophy when it came to cookware. My first impression was correct after this experience.
👤Black spots on the bottom of the pans were developed after less than two weeks of gentle use. I think it's due to erosion. The purpose of the cookware was to get away from aluminum. I fear that aluminum will leak into the food. I thought it was a premium brand. I thought they would use better quality materials for their cookware. I think I was wrong. I will try to get another brand of pots.
There is a full guarantee. The saucepan and pot lid are guaranteed for full satisfaction. They will take full responsibility for any damage you may cause. When receiving a stew pot, they at GOURMEX will deal with the issue efficiently, as any scratch, dent or discoloration is not to be expected. Chef's Choice is a mirror finish. Professional performance, classic looks. Unsurpassed heat distribution is when the base is aluminum encapsulated. Hot spots are eliminated. The cooking surface of a professional kitchen is made ofstainless steel. It's great for classic cooking techniques like slow simmering, rolling boil and reduction of liquids. The handle stays cool on the stove. A helpers handle gives extra support and balance when lifting and pouring. The rim is for pouring without drips. Every time you cook, the cover of the Flavor Lock lid seals in the nutrition and hydration.
👤I use this for everything and it still looks great. The handles get hot. I'm tired of having to buy new pots every few years. It's awesome to use a piece of steel. I only use cast iron in the kitchen. It's normal for any item made of steel to have some staining. You can find more information about types of stains on the internet. You can use certain cleaners on them. I have never used a special cleaner on it. I use a non-scratch sponge for cleaning, it has always been easy to do. I usually prefer to wash it by hand, but a few times I let it go in the dishwasher. I was surprised by the negative reviews when I came back to buy more sizes. I looked up this pot a year and a half ago, which was almost a decade after my uncle gave me a frying pan. I hated it because I didn't know how to use it. I was converted when I had to buy a whole set multiple times and the pan held up. If you want to cook with a pot that lasts and doesn't chip into your food, you need to do some research on how to cook with the material. I got the first pan that is made of STAINLESS STEEL 12 years ago.
👤I put my burner on medium high with the empty pan on it for about 30 - 35 minutes because I forgot about it, but when I came back, the bottom of the pan was melted all over the burner, and I burned my leg. I have left pans on the burner before and they have turned black.
👤The handles are very hot. I didn't think that a popular name brand pot would have handles that could cause serious burns. There are black marks on the bottom of the pan after I boiled water for spaghetti. I can't imagine what it would be. Very disappointed.
👤I ran the pans through the dishwasher because of the other reviews. Both came out perfect. I put the stock pot to the non-stick test and made half a dozen caramels. I kept the heat down because I was warned, but I would have done it with coated pans. The pot was clean and the candies were great. I'm impressed with the ones I've purchased so far. I have high hopes that the 1qt will be delivered tomorrow. The 6qt stock pot states it is ready for use, but the 1.5qt doesn't mention anything.
👤The 16 quart stock pot appears to be of good quality. I ordered it without knowing the exact dimensions and hoped for the best. The pot has an inside scale showing 5 liters and 20 cups.
👤There is an update. I still love this pot. I took it off the shelf to make a batches of chicken and dumplings, and noticed it had a crack. I filled it with water and it isn't leaking yet, but I think it will when heated. It's weird. I don't think a tool or pressure could do this to this pot. I don't deep fry because I don't like it. I use this as a soup pot and blanche vegetables for freezing. I've contacted the support of the company and hope they are right about their lifetime guarantee. I buy this brand because of that. I like the squat stock pot. I'm using this a lot. I have stock pots of 8 to 12 quarts, but I use them all the time. It's not large enough for canning season, and it has a disk on the bottom so I won't drop fry in it, but I am happy with what it is.
All pre-seasoned and ready to use is ideal for use on any type of cooktop. Bruntmor has perfect gift choices for friends, family, and even loved ones. A saucepan with a coating that is non-stick. The steel handle is rivetted. The glass lid is break resistant. Only hand wash; oven safe up to 500 degrees F.
👤I am not sure what the other reviewers are talking about. I have had this pot for over a year. For the past 5 years, I have used it to stir fry on a viking gas fire stove top. It has not warped. It is hardly a scratch. And still non-stick. I am very happy with it. I want to stir fry two dishes at the same time.
👤I decided to add a 4 quart pot to my Rachel Ray cookware set after some research, and it was the only one in that size I could find. It's made well and has the right size. It only has one handle, which is a design flaw. The handle is long and thin, difficult to grasp, and lifting the pot is awkward. They should have added a second handle on the opposite side for easier lifting. 3 stars. When shopping for pots of this size and larger, look for 2 handles.
👤Solid construction with high-quality materials. It seems very sturdy. It can be used for a wide variety of dishes. I've used it on high-heat burners. It has remained non-stick since I got it. It's not great for cooking rice where you want to trap in the steam because the lid doesn't fit very securely. A quick fix for this problem is to put a rubber band around the part of the lid that sticks in the pan.
👤My husband took him seriously and surprised him with a new pot after he demanded a new one because he was tired of a warped one. He was happy that it cooked evenly and that it would take a lot to warp it. This pot is easy to clean and looks professional. I recommend investing in grips for the handle and pot lid.
👤The product is as expected, but the seller deserves more attention. The seller sent us the damaged packaging from the manufacturer, but the product itself was okay. They asked if we would still accept the product. They seemed concerned. I wish all sellers were this focused on the ball.
👤I used a cheap, old, thin, spaghetti pot for bean soup for fifteen years and the soup always stuck on the bottom. Even though soup is boiled down quite thick, it doesn't stick in this one.
👤My son does the cooking and I bought this pot for him. I was unsure if I could find a pot for him. I usually find what I need on Amazon, and we found a cooking vessel there. He was very happy with this item. He tried to find a brick and mortar store that he could find, but he couldn't find one on eBay. Since I was able to find what he wanted, I would highly recommend this item to anyone looking for one. The Cuisinart pot arrived in three days and was well packed.
👤For 1.5 years, this worked well. The non stick coating is not sticking. I have never experienced non stick coating. I have experienced it getting damaged. This one is going to be thrown in the trash.
The 8 quart stockpot was included. Professional performance and classic looks are what it is made of. The cooking surface does not change in appearance or taste. The handles on the stove top are riveted. Hot spots are eliminated by the spread of heat from aluminum encapsulated base.
👤We bought this vessel in December of 2016 and now I see rust around the rim of the vessel cover, but I used a magnet to see if it was iron. I did not get the product that I was told was a product called "stainless steel", which is very deceptive of the description. There is a I don't recommend this product.
👤The bottom is covered with gray dots. It looks like the beginning of rust. I'm not sure if it's safe to use this pot. It's not the first pot I own, but it's the first one like that.
👤The first time I used this pot, black spots formed on the bottom of the pot, but I really wanted to like it. They are not hungry. The spots on my finger and fingernail are part of the pot finish. I will be sending this back to Amazon with a different brand. I have other products from Cuisinart that are high quality and last.
👤The first use was boiled water at setting 7 to see how long it would take, after seeing white spots, thought it was just water and overlooked it. You can see where the silver coating part has eroded away if you look in person. It's hard to believe that this is a pot from a brand that isn't a great one, but they are usually decent pots and pans. I have used the small 3cp pan version of this three times and it shows no wear. I threw the box away because it looked and felt better than the smaller version, but I bought it from A and it's authentic. Don't buy!
👤I have had this pan for four years and it has held up well. It's a medium-to-large size that works well for pasta, soups, and whatnot. The pot is made of steel, so it's safe for most foods, even acidic ones like tomato sauces that might get a metallic taste from cast iron. The bottom of the pot has an aluminum core to distribute heat evenly, which is good for cooks who like to cook with copper or aluminum. The sides are a bit thin and the pot is quite lightweight. If the sides were a bit thicker, I think they would distribute heat a bit better when you're boiling water and some creeps up the sides of the pot higher than the general water level, and if you're sauteing food, try not. This is a relatively inexpensive pot, and I wouldn't expect much more. If you want thicker sides, you can find some where the sides are a bit thicker and also have an aluminum core for better heat distribution. There is a This is not a bad pot, it's held up well and is reasonably priced. The bottom of the pot is nice, but be warned that the sides are a bit thin, so if that is a problem for you, you may want to go with something that is a bit higher quality.
Chef's Choice is a mirror finish. Professional performance, classic looks. Unsurpassed heat distribution is when the base is aluminum encapsulated. Hot spots are eliminated. The cooking surface of a professional kitchen is made ofstainless steel. It's great for classic cooking techniques like slow simmering, rolling boil and reduction of liquids. The handle stays cool on the stove. Extra support and balance is provided by a helpers handle. The rim is tapered for pouring. Every time you cook, the cover of the Flavor Lock lid seals in the nutrition and hydration. Refer the User Manual for care instructions.
👤The pan I bought is peeling. There is a saucepan with two of them peeling. I stopped using them because they might be toxic. I have other pots that don't peel and fade over time. I would not buy this product as it might have lead or not be made in China.
👤I bought a large saute pan from Cuisinart about 6 years ago. I decided to buy this one based on the last purchase which has done well over the years. The "encapsulated copper" began to bleed through the bottom of the pan after 10 times of use. If there is a thin coat of something over the copper, it is as if they put a thin coat of something over the copper. This product is inferior and has no relationship to the past. I don't write reviews, but I don't think it's ethical to send a piece of junk like that to me. I apologize for not taking a picture of it before I dropped it off.
👤Buyers beware! There is a material issue with this pan. I bought one a year ago. I noticed a few spots on the side and bottom after I boiled some soup and left it in the sink. The stains are small. Some of them can be removed with a pad. I bought this saucepan because it is beautiful and well-constructed, but now I have to look at the spots every time I use it because I am a very visual person. I have to take out an extra heavy duty scrubber in order to remove new spots because this issue adds more work to washing dishes. I would not buy a pan from the brand if they changed their metal formula. There is a The bottom of the Cuisinart Chef's Classic Stainless Saucepan is discolored in the photo on the left. The photo on the right shows a saucepan. It was used in the same house. Three years old.
👤I used this to cook elbow macaroni. The temperature was kept at a low temperature. The interior is covered in orange spots that look like rust after I took it out of the dishwasher. The spots won't come all the way off. I bought this and am really sorry.
👤I was impressed with the quality of the pan. It was of good quality. The pan has a very unusual cooking dynamic and I have used it twice. I only used it to make oatmeal. A small rubber spatula was used to stir it. I put oatmeal in the water and set the temp to the lowest setting. The pan behaves like it is still on top, for a long time, on a smooth top cook surface. Not a fan of this. The pan resists its participation when the temp is reduced. There is a The main reason I'm returning this pan is because of pitting. There were two small pits on the inside of the pan after I cleaned it. There were more after the second time. There must be something applied to the metal that is coming off and going down. It is unacceptable. I used metal instead of a non stick pan. I wouldn't have to worry about this type of thing. I guess I'll be going back to a non stick pan.
The set includes a 10" fry pan, Saucepan with lid, 2 quarts, Saucepan with lid, 3 quarts, and a Dutch oven with lid. The set includes 1 quart saucepan with glass cover, 2 quart saucepan with glass cover, 3 quart saucepan with glass cover, 3.5 quart sauté pan with helpers and glass cover, and 4 quart dutch oven with glass cover. The strength of the exterior is harder than that of the steel. Each piece is dense, nonporous, and highly wear- resistant. Premium cooking surface reinforced with Titanium provides a lasting food release and is a professional performance. Each piece is oven safe to 500 F, with glass lids that are up to 350 F. You can cook on the stovetop or in the oven with this cookware set. Cleaning and care. Care-cookware should be washed with hot sudsy water and a sponge. The cookware set's exterior finish will be harmed by dishwasher detergents. The handling is exceptional. The cookware set has solid STAINLESS steel riveted stick handles that stay cool on the stove and provide a safe and solid grip. Each rim has been designed to have a clean and precise pour. Lifetime warranty.
👤I had to get a new set for $200 because the first set was sent for defects. Had a different set all together. I have never used a fork or spoon on my pans, and I don't own a metal utensil. I haven't used any of the 2 pans I have and a pan I use 3 days per week since I bought it. The company claims it has a coating that is resistant to metal utensils. It scratches using plastic utensils. The coating is discolored and scratched after 2 months, and looks terrible next to a pan I haven't used. I only washed with a soft sponge. I use a thin layer of oil to wipe the pans. I have done nothing out of the ordinary after reading the instructions. I should add another picture with the scratches. Would not buy this set again. I've been shopping on Amazon for years and have never put a lower rating on it. I went with the set because I love the amount of pieces and what they offer. Maybe Calphalon and less pieces would have been better. I've added more photos since the Disappointed Update. I got a pan at Walmart 3 years ago and it is the last one. The pan has a rusty coating. Don't buy this product. I use an electric stove and have never used heat over 6 out of 10 as instructed. I have never used metal utensils or cleaned the pan with a scratchy brush. I'm amazed at how bad this coating is. It was purchased on March 28th, 2018. The last two pictures show my most used pants. Give new pans to a friend in need of charity donations. I want to note that Amazon's customer service is top notch. They have always taken care of my issues. I have to invest in another set because this set is poor quality. I don't feel safe using my most used pan.
👤I bought these for myself to replace a set of cookware that I had owned for nine years, and I thought it was pretty impressive. I looked at reviews, prices, Consumer Reports, and other things, and this seemed to be the best. I am not happy with this set. There is a These are nice and heavy, and seem to conduct heat well. You can use the right pan for the right application, because there are lots of different-sized pans. They're nice looking. The coating doesn't seem to be very durable. I only use wood or plastic utensils when I cook, and the pots and pans are already showing scratches. The coating doesn't work well. I have to scrub them very hard to get food off of them. The handles are too small for heavy pans. That makes it hard to hold them. The handles on the lids get really hot and you have to lift them with potholders. A good, deep 4-qt saucepan is not included in this set. The diameter of the dutch oven isn't right for sauteing a lot of items. There is a lot of splatter because the saucepan is not deep enough. There is a I would return this set in a heartbeat if it weren't so hard to pack it up and ship it back.
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