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All-Clad 7108 Master Chef 2 Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Bonded 8-Inch Fry Pan Cookware, Silver

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  • Classic slope-sided, 8-inch frying pan
  • Stainless-steel interior; handsome brushed aluminum exterior
  • Pure aluminum core for even heating
  • Long, comfortable stay-cool handle riveted for strength
  • Lifetime warranty against defects
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 8.8 x 2.9 inches ; 2 pounds
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The second generation of All-Clad's Master Chef line (MC2), this cookware combines brushed aluminum with stainless-steel accents for a contemporary look. Like All-Clad's other renowned cookware collections, Master Chef provides serious and professional cooks with all the virtues that make All-Clad's worldwide reputation unsurpassed. Key to its high performance is a three-ply, bonded construction. Sandwiched between the exterior and an 18/10 stainless-steel interior is a thick aluminum core that spreads heat evenly across the bottom of the pan and all the way up its sides. The interior is highly polished so it's stick- as well as corrosion-resistant. Handles, rivets, and tight-fitting lids are all gleaming stainless steel.

This classic, slope-sided frying pan illustrates the Master Chef line's stylish yet practical design. It's 8 inches in diameter, perfect for searing a hunk of halibut or hanger steak. Its polished 18/10 stainless-steel handle is secured to the pan by stainless-steel rivets for strength, grooved on the top and rounded on the bottom for comfort, and holed in the end for hanging on hook or peg. The long handle stays cool on the stovetop but won't be harmed by an oven's highest heat. Master Chef cookware carries a lifetime warranty against defects and should be hand washed. --Fred Brack

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8700800174 Size: 8-in. Features: -Skillet.-Patented 3-ply bonded design produces extraordinary thermal characteristics.-18/10 Stainless steel interior provides the ideal cooking surface that won't react with foods.-Aluminum alloy exterior reduces weight for ease of use.-Sculptured stainless stay-cool handle is secured with sturdy, non-corrosive rivets.-Classic commercial aesthetic.-Oven safe up to 500 F.-Hand wash only.-Made in the USA. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 2'' H x 8'' - 12'' W. Collection: -Chef MC2 collection. Warranty: -Lifetime warranty.


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The All-Clad LTD finish is much denser and more even that that on Calphalon.
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It heats evenly, browns meat beautifully, and is easy to clean.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By James Earl Shagford on November 8, 2002
Size Name: 8 IN
All-Clad pans are always well made, and this pan is no exception. A couple things to keep in mind with this particular pan:
1) Master Chef 2 finish - I love the brushed aluminum finish, which should age well, but for now, not everything is available in this finish, though the selection is pretty good.
2) This is an 8" pan, which I find a nice size for a lot of stuff, but it is "small" (of course, there is a 7", if you like tiny pans :^)
3) This is the stainless steel interior, not non-stick. While All-Clad guarantees their non-stick interiors, I love the stainless, no worries about scratching, you can get in there and scrape away when making sauces. But you will want to use a bit of olive oil or other fat whenever cooking; but then again, why wouldn't you.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Joshua G. Feldman on February 9, 2008
Size Name: 12 IN
The ongoing debate over cookware at my house is over: All-Clad is the best cookware overall and is worth the extra money. Our coppers tarnish and require retinning. Our encapsulated disk cookware (Reverer and Farberware) suffer from loose and broken plastic handles and too-small disks which limit the cooking area of the fry pans. The biggest debate was between Calphalon and All-Clad. My wife really liked the lighter weight of Calphalon's anodized aluminum stuff. After living for both for several years, All-Clad has shown its overall superiority in the following ways:
1) Denser anodized finish. The All-Clad LTD finish is much denser and more even that that on Calphalon. This makes it more attractive and easier to clean. On the MC2 stuff the finish is not anodized, but it is tightly frosted and well made. It's quite attractive too. I've started to accumulate MC2 stuff because it's cheaper and performs just as well. The LTD stuff does look better on a rack mixed with Calphalon. It's tough to beat black aesthetically.
2) Greater heat sensitivity. You actually cook with the stove set to a lower temperature with All-Clad. It appears to register changes more quickly. Both types of pan are good in this reguard - but the All-Clad is noticeably better.
3) Bend proof - aluminum is soft and thinner areas can bend. All-Clad's steel cladding makes it tough as a tank.
4) Immune to interior wear-out. Anodized finishes eventually wear out - which on the interior of a pan can be a disaster (this is especially so if you use steel wool). The stainless steel interior of this pan is NEVER going to wear out.

As a fry pan, the All-Clad MC2 12" fry pan hits on all cylinders. It's big enough for a 4 egg omlette, or most of pound of bacon.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By James Earl Shagford on February 24, 2004
Size Name: 12 IN
All Clad make beautifully constructed pans that are built like tanks, and the Master Chef 2 finish ages beautifully. Some folks worry that the brushed aluminum finish will be impossible to clean, but cleans up fine with steel wool, with no worrying about scratching the shiny finish. Best of all, if you don't bother, its still looks great, because the brushed finish looks equally good with a well used patina.
And of course, it performs wonderfully too. The whole pan heats evenly and quickly, the stainless steel holds a fond well for making pan sauces, while cleaning easily when you're finished.
You might also want to check out the lid, which makes this pan even more versatile.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Sands on June 18, 2007
Size Name: 8 IN Verified Purchase
I was a little disappointed when I first opened the box because there were some little grey marks on the rim of the pan - but they disappeared completely when I used a little Bon Ami on it. Had to wash the pan anyway before using it. I cooked some fried eggs in it and they were the best I've ever had. Then I cooked some chopped meat in it and the results were wonderful. Very easy to clean, beautiful to look at, and a real pleasure. And I like the handle although some people don't seem to. I am now going to buy another All Clad MC2 pot or pan every month since I can't afford to do it all at once, and then gradually get rid of all my Calphalon non-stick! Better late than never and I am very happy!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By L. Camuti on April 23, 2001
Size Name: 10 IN
This fry pan has a fabulously-even heat distribution that cooks and sears meats to perfection while preserving the natural flavors thereof. Doesn't absorb the natural juices like some teflon/non-stick pans do. Beautiful stainless polished finish that will keep on shining with proper care/ stainless powder cleansers. When I really want the flavor to come through, I use this pan and it brings out the best of each meal!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Thomas on March 28, 2010
Size Name: 10 IN Verified Purchase
I was looking for cookware that will last a lifetime, and for frying pans, decided on All-Clad. The quality compared to the starter set that my wife and I had is unbelievable. Foods brown so much more evenly and just plain taste better. When you learn to turn down the heat and add just a little healthy oil, they are fairly non-stick. Cleanup for the interior is easy, and for scorched pans, I would recommend having Bar-Keepers Friend handy. As far as the MC2 line, it's not for everyone. If you're all about the shine, I'd stick with the stainless line. If you like a pan to have that professional 'well loved' look on the outside, you won't be disappointed in MC2. I love the brushed finish on the exterior and could care less that it's now building a brown patina. I find it looks nicer than a stainless exterior, but again, personal taste on that one.

There are justified complaints about All-Clad handles. At first they sat uncomfortably in my hand; especially the larger pans. For me, it was just a matter of finding how to hold the pan. I now rest the ball of my hand on the top of the end of the handle. Heavy loads no longer press into my hand and it's become a non-issue.

With this purchase, we now own a 10", 12", and 8" fry pan. I'd say I get the most use out of the 10". It's a great pan for an omelet, a good size for frying veges, and browning chicken breasts for the family. We are a family of 4 and the 12" pan is heavily used as well. A load of veges for the family and quesadillas work well in the 12". The 8" was my first purchase as the price was enticing. It's nice to have around for scrambling two eggs or when just browning two chicken breasts.

Before I went with All-Clad, I took a hard look at the Cuisinart line.
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