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All-Clad 37072-I D Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Dishwasher Safe 7-Quart Pasta Colander Insert / Cookware, Silver


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  • Fits any All-Clad 7-quart stockpot
  • Heavy 18/10 stainless steel with mirror-finish exterior
  • Stay-cool handles riveted for strength
  • Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended
  • Lifetime warranty against defects
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Material stainless-steel Stainless Steel stainless steel Stainless Steel
Dimensions 9.8 inches x 11.9 inches x 9.9 inches 6.7 inches x 13.4 inches x 11.4 inches 8.81 inches x 13.56 inches x 10.63 inches 5.2 inches x 11.9 inches x 8.9 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 9.9 x 9.8 inches ; 9 pounds
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  • ASIN: B00005AL6H
  • Item model number: 8701004267
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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Suitable for use with any 8.5-inch-diameter pot or pan, this beautiful, heavy, durable colander insert quickly drains pasta or vegetables when pulled from a pot of boiling water. Specifically, it fits into the 7-quart stockpot in All-Clad's cookware collections. The exterior is mirror finish and the interior is highly polished so it's naturally stick-resistant. Its polished 18/10 stainless-steel handles are riveted for strength and stay cool on the stovetop. Although the colander is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. Like all All-Clad cookware, cook's tools, and kitchen accessories, it carries a lifetime warranty against defects.

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Suitable for use with any 8.5-inch-diameter pot or pan, this beautiful, heavy, durable colander insert quickly drains pasta or vegetables when pulled from a pot of boiling water. Specifically, it fits into the 7-quart stockpot in All-Clad's cookware collections. The exterior is mirror finish and the interior is highly polished so it's naturally stick-resistant. Its polished 18/10 stainless-steel handles are riveted for strength and stay cool on the stovetop. Although the colander is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. Like all All-Clad cookware, cook's tools, and kitchen accessories, it carries a lifetime warranty against defects.

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I had no problem with the water coming up on sides.
wendon
I've used it several times for pasta, mussels and corn, and was totally satisfied each time.
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Yes we are cooking and have great pasta result at best wallet outcome.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By "wichernsl" on November 8, 2002
All-Clad's usual high quality and performance is missed with this highly disappointing colander insert. I have attempted to cook numerous pastas at varying temperatures and been frustrated every time. The water either boils over (regardless of water level in the pot) or just doesn't simmer. Ordinarily I'd blame my incompetence, but attempts by friends and family to better my performance with the pot returned similar results. I thoroughly enjoy cooking with the rest of my All-Clad collection, but have relegated the colander to the basement cupboard and pulled out the old, but reliable Reverware.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Double Oh on May 18, 2006
I love all my all-clad products, and would give them all four or five stars, with one exception--this pasta colander. I bought mine as part of the set with the 7 quart stockpot. As other reviewers have pointed out, you can't put enough boiling water in the pot to actually cook pasta without the water bubbling up the side of the pot and out the crack where the pot and colander meet. I can only boil about 1-inch over the bottom of the colander without this occuring. Can't cook much pasta in 1-inch of water. But as another review pointed out, it does look very cool, and if you have a lot of something to steam, this might just fit the bill.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 2, 2004
0 stars for using with the 3 or 4 qt pans. 1 star for using with noodles. What are they thinking? This insert orginally came with the 7 qt stock pot and for steaming clams or a heap, like 2 bunches, of asparagrass, or steaming a pile of brocolli, or new potatoes, its great. It's too small for steaming corn on the cob, at least more than 4 ears. Using it as a "pasta" insert has been a bloody failure. For Pasta, just put the noodles in the water, forget the insert. The only reason to use an insert is if you are making multiple batches of noodles. Only resturants do that, at my house everyone eats at the same time. I mean really, you have to move 6qts of water and both the pan and the insert to the sink before you can lift out the noodles then what? How are you going to put olive oil and garlic on the noodles? You need to dump the water from the pan, in which case you might as well have dumped the whole mess through a collander. (A good collander is well worth owning.)
The failure comes from you can't put enough water in the pan to justify using an insert. If you fill the pan near the top of those holes it will boil over. Which is again why using it in a 3 or 4 qt pan is a waste of time.
Does look cool in the cabinet though.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By wendon on February 18, 2012
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I got this recenlty and owns two sets of all clad pot sets plus few other items. I read the reviews and did as one reviewer said which is to place insert in pot and then add water, bring to a boil. It did work. I had no problem with the water coming up on sides. If u think of it logigally, adding insert to pot when water is boiling will create a problem I would think.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RobinD on February 27, 2014
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I've been accumulating All Clad pots and pans for 19 years and honestly can't tell what was purchased first and what was added last. Even with daily use, these pans have held up beautifully.

This pasta insert is used at least once a week and is extremely easy and useful to us. All you do is place the insert into the pot first . . .then fill with water.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By carmel on January 25, 2012
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I really enjoyed using this pasta insert. I've used it several times for pasta, mussels and corn, and was totally satisfied each time. I believe the perfect way to use this insert as with most insert is place the pasta insert in the pot as soon as you put water into, let it come to a boil then place your pasta or what ever into it.
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