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This item: Cuisinart GG22-20 GreenGourmet Hard-Anodized Nonstick 8-Inch Open Skillet
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|Material||Hard Anodized Aluminum||Ceramic||Hard Anodized Aluminum||Stainless Steel|
|Item Weight||9 pounds||Information not Provided||9 pounds||Information not Provided|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime warranty||Lifetime warranty||Limited lifetime warranty||Lifetime warranty|
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Inspired by the great French kitchens, Cuisinart began making professional cookware over 35 years ago. Constructed of the finest materials available to perfectly perform all of the classic cooking techniques, Cuisinart GreenGourmet Hard-Anodized cookware continues a long tradition of excellence. Today, more and more home cooks are going green… and so is Cuisinart cookware!
Cuisinart's GreenGourmet cookware is designed with an exclusive Cuisinart Ceramica nonstick surface, which features a petroleum-free, ceramic-based coating that is applied at a temperature one half that of traditional nonsticks. The coating does not contain PTFE and PFOA, substances often used in nonstick cookware that have raised health concerns over the years. It was also developed using manufacturing techniques that reduce harmful carbon emissions by consuming less energy. The coating is also water-based, unlike other nonstick coatings on the market, which are solvent-based. In addition, Cuisinart's cookware has a scratch-resistant nonstick surface that won't peel off. The new cookware conforms to FDA and European RoHS standards for environmentally sound products. These pans should be hand-washed with a mild detergent. Cuisinart also gets some green cred from the packaging, which is made from 100 percent recycled materials and is printed using 100 percent biodegradable soy ink.
The pans deliver superior heat conductivity, requiring less energy to achieve the desired cooking temperature. Harder than stainless steel, the skillet's hard anodized exterior is dense, nonporous, and highly wear-resistant for extra durability and professional performance as well as quick and even heat distribution. Additionally, the securely riveted stay-cool steel handles are manufactured using 70 percent recycled stainless steel and is oven-safe to 500 degrees F, so food can be browned on the stovetop then transferred to the oven to finish cooking.
We recommend using plastic or wooden utensils in your Cuisinart GreenGourmet Cookware to maintain its appearance and performance. Refrain from cutting foods or using sharp utensils such as forks, knives, mashers or whisks that can scratch the cooking surface. Slight surface marks and abrasions are normal and will not affect the performance of the Cuisinart Ceramica coating.
With a little bit of care, you’ll enjoy a great performance from your Cuisinart GreenGourmet cookware for years to come. A careful hand washing after each use is usually all it takes. But if pans become crusty or heavily greased, a couple of hours soaking in hot sudsy water and a light scrub will have them looking like new. Seasoning your pans twice a year helps to maintain optimal performance, and it’s easy! Just add a half-tablespoon of vegetable oil and spread it around the entire interior, right up to the rim. Then place the pan in a preheated 300°F oven for an hour. Carefully remove the pan, allow it to cool completely, and wipe off any excess oil with a paper towel. Be gentle with your cookware! Avoid stacking, which may cause chipping of the ceramic interior. Show it off on a Cuisinart cookware rack, or store it carefully, with a little breathing room, in your kitchen cabinets.
this is the biggest piece of crap for a non stick pan i have ever used, i have cast iron pans that work ten times better than these.Published 17 days ago by nick
we bought this skillet about a year ago and it was great at first. We cook 3 meals a day almost every day and use our pans often. Read morePublished 25 days ago by C. Ragels
At first they cooked great but after 3 month the non stick started to peel off. I would just buy a better quality pan. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Giovany Robles
These are terrible frying pans for accomplished cooks. Everything sticks. Even with oil or cooking spray or bacon grease. Mine are now in the garbage.Published 1 month ago by Karen Kubacki
A very temperamental pan and needs a lot of care. I use a pump spray to spray on a fine layer of Olive oil to cook eggs and pancakes with this pan. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jerome Yep
I have 2 of these green gourmet pans. This one and another one that is bigger. Both were fine initially for the first month and under 10 times of use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer