The set includes a Fry Pan, a Covered Saucepan, a Dutch Oven, and measuring spoons. The interior of the techno release is easy to release and clean. Premium quality construction for long lasting beauty. The base is made ofstainless steel.
👤It is a learning curve to come from non stick. It stunk and food was stuck after being cleaned with soap and water. He walked me through the stains with the help of baking soda and oil. Rub it all around with a papertowl. It gets all the carbon build up off the papertowl and puts it on high heat with cooking oil and coat the pan to make it smoke and then boom, it cools and boom, it's non stick after that. If you use soap to clean the pan, you will have to repeat the oil coating. 4 stars because it's more involved to use these than it is to use what I'm used to.
👤I waited to do the review until I had lived with these for a while, because the reviews were mixed. I have had these pans for six months. BUY THEM. They cook evenly and are nice heavy weight pans. It is easy to clean up. Some of the negative reviews may be from electric cooktops, since I have a gas cook top. Since they are heavy they heat up evenly, and don't panic over them not being coated for non-stick. If you burn them, boil the water and it will come out. If you only have oil, scrub with an abrasive cleaner. When my step son came over for dinner, he noted they were nice. There is a Update... I have had these pans for a few years. I love them and they still look great.
👤Every piece of the set needs to be washed, heated with a little olive oil, and wiped out with a paper towel, because it is so nice. You have non-stick cookware if you do this. I read that most of the US population has teflon in their blood.
👤We have used Belgique cookware for 24 years, but our handles are not ovenproof and they show a bit of wear, even after 25 years. We were excited to try the cookware. We noticed that the pans are a bit thinner than our Belgique set, but the silicone edges on the handles are much better. There is a The count of 14 pieces seems a little bit disingenuous because their count is broken down as: 1) 1.1 qt Saucepan 2) The saucepan has a lid for 1.1 and 3.2 quarts. The saucepan has a lid. 3.5 quarts deep saute pan The Dutch Oven 8 has a lid for 3.5 quarts. There are 8 in Fry Pan and 10 in Dutch Oven. The measuring spoon has 1/2 of an ounce. Measuring spoon 13 has 1 spoon. When a cookware set is advertised as a certain number of pieces, they do count the lids separately, but the inclusion of measuring spoons counted piece by piece is kind of silly. I would call it a 10 piece set with a bonus set of measuring spoons. Our cookware is hand wash only, so I was very excited about the idea of dishwasher safe cookware. They recommend hand washing, but they are dishwasher safe. We want to wash them in the dishwasher for the best test of their resilience and convenience, but I'm torn because our dishwasher requires a lot of pre-wash. It's too easy to just scrub a little more and have them ready to dry and start cooking! I like having the pots ready to go since there are only 6 in this set. T-fal is best known for their non-stick surfaces, but in light of all the new information about how dangerous those surfaces are, there has been a healthy industry shift away from them. I was going to try the new "Techno Release" to see if it would be better than our plain pan bottoms for preparing eggs. I found the Techno Release to be more effective than our plain smooth bottoms when I used a small amount of Grapeseed Oil in the pan. The cookware can only be used with medium heat or less. After cooking eggs or other sticky foods, I added a bit of baking soda to the pan and let it cook for a few minutes, then turned it off. The pan was easy to clean because the stuck on food lifted off. We had a weird experience with our first use of the fry pan, so I made a baking soda and dish soap mix to scrub all the pans thoroughly. We followed the instructions and washed the pans thoroughly, but it wasn't enough for our first use, and the eggs turned gray. The first pic is hysterical. I know of reasons that eggs can turn gray/green, but those are not an issue here. I'm pretty sure it was an invisible thing on the pan, since it happened almost immediately after we started cooking the eggs. The first set of eggs were scrubbed with the baking soda and dish soap mix and then we tried again and they turned out great. There is a The way sauces and foods cook has been very pleasant for us. The handles are nice, the vent is convenient, and the lids fit a little on the loose side. There is a The Dutch Oven is the only cookware that is oven safe up to 500 degrees, since the handles on the Dutch Oven are onlystainless steel. The Dutch Oven handles are made of steel, but the rest of the pans have something called a "silicone wrap", which is around 1/3 of the handle. The handles have openings for hanging. I like the feel of the handles. Even when full, they are comfortable to hold. There is a The measuring cups are nice, but it's hard to count them in a set of pots and pans. This set is very nice. I like the Techno Release, but I wonder if making the raised design more prolific in the bottom would help even more.
The instant pot brand has a verified accessory. 3. 0-Quart Dutch. The oven has a steamer basket. It's perfect for steaming vegetables and cooking rice at the same time. 5' in diameter x 20 Stack able casserole and steamer maximum heating temperature are calculated. 400 It is recommended that you wash your hand with a STAINLESS STEEL hand wash. It's ideal for a kitchen that's smaller than traditional stockpot steamers. Hand wash recommended. The material is not compatible with the cook top.
👤The delivery was fast and the packaging was good. I just cut them into 4 pieces after steaming 2 arrowroot of 6 inches long. There is a What I like is 1. You have to be very careful with the handles and lid because the pot got hot. 2. The pots got a weird coating after being washed. It's like it got damaged. I washed my hands. The dish washer didn't get to oxidize it during drying. There is a I'm on the fence about this, but I'll update and see how far it goes. It's okay for 19 dollars. There is a Update... I like it and I like the washing. The soap we used was made from recycled materials. It reacted because of its shelf life and not the pot. The spots were gone.
👤I had high hopes for this one. It was dirty with black soot. I washed it several times, but it wouldn't get clean because of the way the steamer basket collapsed. I would run a paper towel around it and it would oxidize. I don't want to put food in it to steam.
👤1. It is machine washed but the dishwasher and detergent will probably cause it to oxidize. I don't care what it looks like, it works. 2. It should be light. It's only for boiling water. There is no reason to have a lot of metal. 3. It seems durable even though it's light. You would have to hit it hard to get it. 4. The pans aren't as tall as expected. You might need to replenish the water if you are boiling for a long time. If you don't want the water bubbling up into the food in the top, then you will want to avoid putting a lot of water in it. 5. It holds a lot of food even though it is shorter than expected. It looks like I could fit two more bags if I needed them. 6. The handles are strong. Pot-holders are needed because they get hot. 7. Sometimes the lid rattles, but spinning it a little usually gets rid of it. There are 8. A lot of steam escapes from where the two pans meet. I'm not sure how much that matters. There is a I melted it to the stove and it was almost as good as the aluminum one I had. I don't know why you wouldn't buy it, I think it's nearly perfect. It is almost perfect for the way I use it, which is to throw frozen veggies in it and then cook a piece of fish, sausage, or shrimp in 15 to 20 minutes.
👤The glass lid cracked after three months of use. It is not because of my misuse, the metal ring that surrounds the glass lid was loose and the glass lid was playing in the gap. The glass lid cracked. I had to buy something else. This time, it is the brand of Nevler. It is very strong in every way. 1. The price is only $4 more. The steel is thicker in Nevler 3. The rubber coating on the handles of the steamer protects me from being burned. 4. There is a metal ring around the glass rid. 5. If registered, Nevler has a 3 year warranty. 6. I am angry that I had to waste $24 on the Oster Steamer because I didn't know about the company's affiliation or commission, and I feel funny that I didn't do anything to promote the company.
Standcn is a professional kitchen utensils manufacturer. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, they will help you get a replacement or return your money within 24 hours. The pots and pans set is made of high quality STAINLESS STEEL with thick aluminum core. The high-quality cooking surface of the pans and pots does not react with food or alter natural flavors, thus providing consistent and healthy cooking results. The glassware was preserved. The cookware set comes with a glass lid. The glass lid seals in the flavor of the food. The handles of the fine mirror are polished and easy to grip. The handles are riveted by hand and stay cool to the touch. The impact bonded base maximizes heat distribution. The extra thick impact-bonded aluminum in the bottom provides an even heat distribution and prevents hot spots when cooking. The pots and pans set is compatible with all cooking tools. Premium mirror finish, dishwasher safe, cleans easily and does not fade. Safes for oven and Broiler are up to 500F. All products come with a full one-year trial period and a 10 year guarantee on quality.
👤Don't worry about food sticking or scratching them.
Simply rinse in the sink after use. 100% dishwasher safe for quick cleaning. Feet and SteamerBasket can be used to store Collapse in a Cabinet. There is an aluminum disc in the bottom of the body. Even heat distribution is provided by the capsuled aluminum disc. The oven is safe to 500F and the lid is 350F. The handles are comfortable and large enough for multiple uses. It works on gas, electric, glass, ceramic, and dishwasher. The 8 quart stockpot was included.
👤I bought this Lg Stock pot 3 months ago and decided to use it for the first time today. The lid just blew up while boiling. I had to throw everything out because it was full of glass.
👤I love it! I was looking for a heavy duty pot with the ability to make large batches of items, such as no bake cookies, sauces, soups and stews, with the ability for even heating. I make these items for a small store. The large size helps to make several batches at once and avoids problems such as boil-over. There is a I can walk away to assist customers for a few minutes and be confident that my no-bake cookies that need a near constant stirring do not end up scorched and stuck on the bottom if I reduce the heat before I bake them, because the thick base avoids scorching and provides even heating and cooking It keeps the temperature from falling off too much if I walk away, and it also helps to keep the temperature stable for the recipe's to turn out a great product. The harder recipes that require a lot of attention are easier to make in this pot. I may give a couple as gifts in the future because I am very happy with my purchase. There is a There is an update on-11-18/2020. Hey, all! I am still enjoying this pot. I have not burnt, scalded, or scorched a single item in this pot because I have used it for making large batches of items. There are some scratches on the glass. I make sure to use a sponge scrubbie or S.O.S. pad every time I clean it. After a full year and 1/2 of use. There is a The price is what drew me to these units, but I hated the thought of getting the cheapest and garantee of the worst scorched flavors, sauces and cookies, and I get raves over my personal recipe. It's not an option to burn food. There is a The pan is too heavy for most people's needs and is too expensive. There is a The bottom plate solved that issue, but not as much as the top plate. I need to order another smaller one. I hope I didn't wait long and they were sold out. There is a I'm off to work again. Here's hoping that the next recipe or idea will wake me up. . There is a Thanks for allowing me to get some. The tension in my neck and shoulders is running on me.
👤If you were to compare this to a brand of cookware on the market, you would probably think it was not as nice. This is nicer than most cookware in its price range. It's a good pot. It is made of a thick metal and has a large base underneath it. I was able to use it with an appliance that boiled water and beer wort. A small vent hole is reinforced with metal on the lid. I've used it a few times. I'm very happy with it. It feels more expensive than it is. I would buy one of their other products.
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.
OVEN SAFE: These versatile pots and pans are suitable for all stovetops. There is a 1.5 quart saucepan, 1.5 quart saucepot casseroles, 1.5 quart stockpot, and a 10-inch saute fry pan with lids. The aluminum disc bottom between the steel layers is used for even heat distribution. A reflective finish inside and out makes it easy to clean. The handles of the glass are wide and deep for grip.
👤I bought these pans 2 years ago, and they still work well. This is a good deal for how cheap they are. I think it's time for an upgrade. I use a variety of frying pans and am an avid home cook. There is a If you have not used non-stick and are new to it, you have some learning to do. Do your homework and learn how to use your cookware. preheat your pan before adding food and use a lot of oil. If your meat sticks, it's a good thing; just wait until it releases on its own to move it around the pan. You can deglaze the pan with some liquid later, like water, wine, or stock, or release all of the delicious bits on the bottom of the pan. If you are a beginner, I would recommend that you continue to use non-stick for delicate foods. Let's get to the review now, that's out of the way. There is a The pots will boil water. It's perfect for making pasta, ramen, and anything with a lot of liquid. When there isn't as much water present, the bottoms tend to get hot and you'll want to stir frequently. I've made fudge, caramel, and toffee in that oven, and it only scorched at the end. I'm used to this, and it just means that I can't get to the bottom. There is a The deep walls of the frying pan will trap water and cause less evaporation than a pan with lower, sloping sides. I prefer non-stick, carbon steel, or cast iron for this one, because of the ease of use and clean-up. These pans don't fare well in low-moisture settings. There is a The handles are not normal. If I use the correct burner size, one handle will get hot and the other will stay cool during the cooking process. There is a When your water comes to a boil, the vents on the lids rattle loudly. It works like an alarm so that I know the water is boiling. There is a Durability. The casserole/dutch oven type pans are the ones I use the most in. Those have held up well, and with a little Barkeeper's Friend, they would look brand new. These are lightweight and probably won't take much abuse, but with normal use they will last a long time. I haven't had any broken glass on me. There is a The bottom of the fry pan is warped. The encapsulated bottom formed a 2-inch bubble so it wouldn't sit on the stove top. There is a The handles are hollow, but I have not had problems with strength. None of them have buckled. Clean-Up Food comes off just fine, but sometimes it needs a good soak. We have hard water, so spots are inevitable, and sometimes the "rainbow" effect is also, but with some Barkeeper's Friend they shine like new. My roommate blackened the bottom of the pan, and I think he will be able to scrub it away because of the magic of the powder. There is a I make sure to dry my pans thoroughly before hanging them on my wall because the hollow handles like to collect water. There is a The bottom line. If you're a casual home cook, a broke college student, or just someone who needs to boil water, I highly recommend this set. It's cheap and works. If you have more money to spend and are looking for quality cookware, you should probably go for something else, but it's hard to be disappointed by a $45 set of pans.
The best gift for family, friends and loved ones is the housewarming gift. The best part of the set is the pots and pans. They have always got your back. There is a lifetime guarantee for the product purchased from Avalon. The interior of the aluminum core is made of 18/10 steel, which does not oxidize, react with food, or alter flavors. Cool grip handles are made of solid steel and stay cool on the stove top. The rim is smooth to eliminate drips and spills while pouring.
👤I bought a 1 quart saucepan to warm up some liquid. It is the right size for my needs. The saucepan tips easily on the stove because of the heavy handle. The first time I used it, it was half full, but as I put it on the stove, it tipped over and spilled its contents. It is ok if it is full because it can balance the weight of the handle. I don't understand how a company like Cuisinart could make such a mistake. Was that the reason it was so cheap? I suppose you get what you pay for.
👤I am very happy that I bought this saucepan. It has everything I was looking for. It is 10 degrees. It is oven safe to 500 degrees. There are many reviews that say it is not ready, and these reviews are either ignorant about the product, or are being made by competitors to scare people away from this product. I have included 3 pictures which show that the saucepan is ready for use. I've tried it on my stove and it's very hot. There is a It has measurement markings on the inside of the pan showing how much liquid you're using, as well as cups and liters. They've also included a saucepan cover. It is a bargain for the small amount. I plan to buy a larger version of this pan. Thank you Amazon and Cuisinart.
👤I don't like giving bad reviews but this product was wrong. I didn't realize how small a 1 quart pan was. The pictures have great angles and I didn't even notice the size. It looked like a kids toy when it arrived. I babysat a 2 year-old who had a fake kitchen and a fake pot. Everything sticks to the bottom. I have been making the same noodles for at least 15 years and the bag got stuck to the bottom. I scrubbed the pot with every kitchen product I had, but couldn't get the stuff off the bottom. I put it in my pool to see if the chlorine would help. I was able to give it another try after getting it clean enough. It has been used about 5 times and each time has been a disaster.
👤The all clad version is expensive but it performs well. I use this pan to make sauces because it is a sauce pan, not a deep fryer, fish skillet, stock pot or Dutch oven. Many of the less happy reviews are by people using it for things like candle making, lead bullet casting, baking cookies, and boiling whiskey malt. This pan, or any other clad, multi-metal, sandwiched saucier needs to be kept centered over the heat and not heated too much. The rim is near the bottom. Bad things can happen if flames go past that line. There is a If you make thick sauces with butter or cream, the lid will make you smile. I make a scratch BBQ sauce with caramelized onion, sorghum syrup and red pepper that will make enemies forgive and forget. The pan is large enough to serve 6 or 8 people. The whole line of sauce pans is a steal.
The design is comfortable and makes you enjoy cooking. The sealed and transparent lid makes it easier to monitor the cooking process. The pot body is light and beautiful. The stock pot is made from premium 18/10 food- grade steel and has a mirrored exterior, bright, elegant, and of great quality, 100% PFOA, Lead, and Cadmium Free. There are pour spouts on both sides of the building. You will fall in love with cooking because of the classic appearance. Theduction Stovetop Ready & Tri-ply Base for Even and Quick heating is made of heavy gauge steel and has no hot spots. It's suitable for all cooktops, including Ceramic Glass top. The best stockpot with lid! The steel handle and glass lid are designed to be easy to cook with, and they have vent holes to keep steam out of the kitchen. The steel handle is designed to return stay-cool, safe secure grip, and easy control performance. First, safety! A dishwasher safe, oven safe, and freezer-storage safe are included. Always use potholders to avoid sweltering. The wooden or plastic utensils should be used. They strive to provide quality products and great customer service. All of their cookware has been tested and inspected. If you need more detailed user and care instructions, please refer to the documents or contact them directly.
👤This pot is great for large dishes that are too large for a regular pot. It is easy to clean. I'm happy I bought it.
👤I gave it a 4 on easy to clean because the bottom looked scratched up and I cleaned it with a soft sponge. We used a wooden spoon to stir and it looked like it was beaten.
👤It is heavy enough to be a sturdy pot. Exactly what I was looking for.
👤It's a good size for steaming vegetables and soups.
👤It is a heavy pan. It will be with me forever.
👤I didn't find anything yet. I hope it will meet my expectations.
👤The soup pot is perfect. Really well made.
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.
This product comes with a full trial period and a 6-year warranty. Multifunctional - use as steamers, vegetables, kitchen strainer, and more. Can be used on stovetop, multi cooker, oven, and more. The metal baskets can be adjusted from 7.5 to 9 inches wide and 4 inches tall. To the bottom. It's possible to fit into a mini, small, and large stove pot. The raised tray is in the Above Pans Bottom. To keep the veg over water. The center handle can be easily lifted. Sturdy, food-grade plastic handle, and folding legs are made with non-scratch Silicone to protect cookware. The healthiest way to cook is through the use of steam. You can make delicious vegetables, such as Broccoli, Egg, Artichokes, cauliflower, Carrots, Potato, Seafood, and more. Simply rinse in the sink after use. 100% dishwasher safe for quick cleaning. Feet and SteamerBasket can be used to store Collapse in a Cabinet.
👤It works well. It does not come with directions. If you have never used one before, just know that the handle doesn't do anything and give you a safe way to remove it from the hot pot. It doesn't affect the extension of sides.
👤This is my third steamer basket. I had one 25 years ago, not sure where it ended up. The basket was made in the US. Last year, I bought one for instant pot. After about two months, it fell apart. I threw away the second leaf after trying to fix it again. I finally have a one that will hold up over time. I used it again for green beans. The instant pot lid went on and locked despite the failure of my gasket. I was able to rescue my beans. The green pads on the legs were not damaged. Also, the beans were fine. I scrolled through the reviews when I came back to amend it. People don't understand that this was made to be used in an InstantPot, not on a stove top over a flame. It works in my instant pots. If I can fit a pound of green beans or broccoli in my 6 quart steamer, that will be enough for me. I don't own a large pot that's not at least 12 inches in diameter so I wouldn't try it on the stove top. I am sure it would work to prevent veggies from spilling over.
👤If you are looking for an affordable steamer, look no further. I like dim sum. I live in Denver and my closest place is 20 minutes away. I buy frozen dim sum but it doesn't turn out right in the microwave. I was looking for a steamer that could fit in one of my pots. I will never look back. The steamer worked well and my dim sum came out whole, with no wholes in the wrappers. I was not aware that this steamer was made by a small family run business, but the handwritten thank you note let me know. It's rare for a product like this to be found on Amazon. You will not regret buying this steamer.
👤The steamer has the best feature of it being able to protect the non stick saucepan. The metal "fold down" feet have a protective covering on them. It is difficult to open and it tends to close back up towards the center if items to be steamed aren't heavy enough to keep it open.
👤This steamer is very good. The plastic handle on top is big enough to grab, unlike the tiny post on my old steamer, and it's cool enough to handle after steaming. This is an improvement. The flip-down feeties give me more space when storing the steamer. There's no reason not to buy this because the seller is very sweet and has a hand-written note with the package. There is a It's time for a new one. I will recommend this one as a replacement for your old one because it's hard to flip down the petals. There is a Nice.
It's oven safe and non-toxic, ideal for healthy cooking. Each piece has an anti-graffit bottom. The burner diameter should not exceed the pan or pot base. The package includes a 3 quart copper saucepan, an 8 inch omelette pan, and a 10 inch copper Fry Pan. There is a deep sauté pan, a stockpot, a sauce pan, and a lid. The disc is made of brushed 18/10 STAINLESS STEEL. The aluminum disc bottom provides heat distribution. The lid is made of steel and keeps in heat and humidity. Works on gas, electric, glass, ceramic, and oven.
👤The pots and pans have a heavy base. It's heavy for the old lady. She is the one who wanted a non glass lid. We keep. The handle on the lids is fused to the lid. This makes sure that you're not eating screws that are contaminated. It heats up slower than non-stick pots, but is typical of these cookware. We chose non-stick cookware to avoid toxic teflon. It's 18/10 so it has no aluminum in contact with your food. If you don't use these to cook every meal, you should be fine. They look clean and shiny, but I am satisfied with the product. If the handle gets hot, you might not want a metal handle. When I was doing my research, I overlooked this. This will help you make the right decision.
👤It feels like aluminum mix alloy. Toxic for health and bad for cooking. Returning.
👤An older set is being updated. I like the handles of the all STAINLESS set. I think my old set cleaned up better. People talk about colored swirls. It is nothing to be concerned about. It is another thing they add. Look it up for more information. I did notice a swirl at first, but it seems to have left the scene. I burned something in one of them. It was more difficult to clean. I don't care for those types of lids, I only have one real issue. I can not fit most of the glass lids due to the pots lip curving. I can do a bit. I want to see my food being prepared. I have not had pots tipping over due to heavy handles. They are balanced. I would choose these as a comparison to a more expensive brand. Same quality. These were better.
👤I like the way they look and how easy to clean, but I notice that after I washed them and not in the dishwasher, there were spots in the bottom and top that were so hot I burned my hand.
👤If the sauté pan was bigger it would have gotten a five rating. You can only put four small thighs or six small drum sticks if you bake chicken in it. You can only do it small amounts at a time. I will keep the set.
👤After my husband decided that he needed to take the handles off my pots after they became loose, I bought these pots. I was looking for a pot that did not require me to tighten the handles. So far, so good. They are easy to clean. They do heat evenly. They arrived on time. I would buy it again. They are great for daily use.
👤The pans/pots are really great. It's easy to clean. One of the best sets I've ever purchased.
👤These are the best set of potties I have ever purchased. And of good quality steel.
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T-fal, Oster and Maggopan are some of the best brands that chosen by people for cooking pot stainless steel. Find the detail in this article. Cook N Home, Cuisinart and Mobuta are also brands that their products are worth to check.