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Calphalon Tri-Ply Copper 12-Inch Everyday Pan with Stainless Lid

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  • 12-inch everyday pan for searing or shallow frying
  • Brushed copper exterior; 18/10 stainless-steel interior
  • Heavy-gauge aluminum core for excellent cooking results
  • Cool-V stainless-steel handles; snug stainless-steel lid
  • Oven-safe to 450 degrees F; lifetime warranty

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This 12-inch everyday pan has shallow sloping sides and a large cooking surface, making it useful for everything from cooking frittatas to searing pork chops. Part of Calphalon’s premium Tri-Ply Copper line, this brilliant stainless-steel and copper-accented cookware cooks beautifully and looks gorgeous. The pan’s exterior is crafted of copper—-the superior metal for heat conduction—-while a heavy-gauge aluminum core runs through its center. The combination of these two metals provides more exact control while cooking and excellent end results. The interior is made of 18/10 stainless steel, which is nonreactive to acidic foods and offers a reflective surface that makes it easier to know when foods are completely cooked. This cookware has Calphalon’s patented stainless-steel Cool-V handles that stay cool to the touch on the stovetop and stainless-steel lids that fit snugly onto the pan for a tight seal. All Tri-Ply Copper cookware is oven-safe up to 450 degrees F and is covered by a lifetime warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 13 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00007KPHR
  • Item model number: T1382P
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #831,596 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. Pinkerton on November 23, 2004
This is my first official review of anything, ever, I believe.

First off: I needed to start a "grown-up" collection of cookware. My collection had consisted entirely of the visions cookware my mother gave me when I moved out on my own over ten years ago and the sad pieces I inherited when I purchased my late grandfather's home from his estate (mostly revereware). I had never purchased anything for myself and discovered I did enjoy cooking (and pretty well if I might humbly add) when I moved out. So for over ten years I have been cooking on very lousy cookware.

I managed to get some great pieces at yard sales - mainly Le Creuset.

I decided to ask for some good pieces for Christmas last year and did some research on ratings to determine the brand I would try.

Two of Calphalon's lines made the top two spots in consumer reports two years ago, so I took a look at them and loved the look of this line. Plus, I had heard for years that copper was the way to go.

I received three pieces that Christmas and this was one of them.

They hung in my kitchen (after my husband made a special rack for them) for at least 3 months before I got the nerve up to try them out. I thought "I can't wait to try them" when I received them, but once they were hung up I thought "They are too pretty to use and scratch up".

I got over that eventually and now find myself constantly reaching for this pan in particular. I use it almost everyday.

The size is wonderful. Large. I used a much smaller saute pan almost daily and can't believe the difference.

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Let it heat up before adding meats and they will release better.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By TechnologyRocks on June 11, 2003
I love to cook... and I swear by Calphalon cookware. I've had their non-stick version of the everyday pan for almost 2 years now - and I really do use it almost everyday. I came to amazon looking for the Stainless steel model when I saw this one. I just couldn't resist the copper finish.
Non-stick pans are great for lots of cooking... but sometimes the non-stick coating interferes with a certain procedure. For instance, if you're deglazing the pan with wine after cooking some sort of meat - it won't work nearly as well with a non-stick pan, and then end result will therefore not be as good. That's why having a Stainless steel pan like this is such a necessity if you cook (or plan to expand to cooking) some fancy dishes.
Just like all the other calphalon cookware I own - this pan is very sturdy (and heavy), and heats extremely evenly thanks to it's thick aluminum core. While the copper looks great, and while copper is a good conducter of heat - I really think that in this pan, with the little bit of copper that's really on it - it's almost soley the aluminum responsible for heat distribution. But - that's not to say the copper is useless - far from it! This pan just looks so much better than the plain stainless steel - and if you're paying to same for either the stainless, or the copper/stainless, why not get the best looking pan! Asthetics do count :)
The fact that this is oven safe to 450 is also a great help. I love being able to use this pan (or the non stick version) for a dish where you brown something on the stove top, then throw the whole thing right in the oven for the final cooking. There's no need to transfer food to another pan - making more dishes, and wasting more of your time.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By TechnologyRocks on June 23, 2003
I've owned the non-stick version of this pan for about 2 years now. It's always been the first pan I reach for when cooking. While non-stick is great for a lot of things, I decided to get a pan better suited to de-glazing and other cooking techniques that don't work as well in non-stick pans. I'm very glad I choose this one.
Keeping with Chalphalon's tradition of high quality, you can feel how well constructed this pan is the moment you pick it up. It's pretty heavy, thanks to the thick layer of aluminum sandwiched between the stainless and copper. While I'm sure the copper is doing a great job of conducting heat, it's really mostly just for looks, as the thick layer of aluminum is responsible for keeping a nice, even heating in this pan. And for even heating - you can't beat it. There aren't any hotspots, and things cook remarkably well.
Plus, this pan just looks great! The copper is beautiful, and looks great paired with the stainless. I've cooked five or six things in it since it arrived last week, and was impressed each time.
Pros:
-Calphalon quality
-Food doesn't stick very well to stainless, but the absence of a non-stick coating still allows you to perform cooking techniques that don't work well in non-stick pans
-Great looking
-Will likely last forever
Cons:
-None really. You do have to wash this by hand, if you find that a con - but it cleans very easily.
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By Kimberley Koutnik on December 22, 2008
I am not a pro cook but I can make a great Chicken Pesto Pasta meal and this pan is great for that. Very big! Even cooking! Wonderful! We are very glad we bought this. I can fit 4 chicken breasts in it with room to spare which is perfect for my family of 4. Love, that's all I really need to say.
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