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Emeril Stainless Steel with Copper Dishwasher Safe 10-Inch Fry Pan, Silver

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  • 18/10 Stainless Steel cookware with a high performance aluminum and copper bonded base for fast heat delivery
  • Ergonomically designed handle for balance, control and comfort
  • Stainless cookware is oven safe to 550F.
  • Dishwasher safe
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  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.8 x 4.2 inches
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  • ASIN: B00284B9G0
  • Item model number: E9370564
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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Size: 10 IN

Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse kicks it up another notch with this stainless-steel cookware collection. This 18/10 Stainless Steel cookware has a high performance aluminum and copper bonded base that ensures fast heat delivery. The handles are ergonomically designed for balance, control and comfort. The "workhorse" of all cookware shapes, Emeril's Fry Pans are versatile in shape and size, make them a frequent choice for scrambling eggs and frying bacon on Sunday morning, or preparing a quick chicken saut� dinner on a weeknight.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By E. Stiles on March 23, 2010
I bought this 8 inch Emeril Stainless fry pan because it was a few dollars cheaper than the 8 inch Emeril Pro-Clad fry pan. Big difference. First off, the aluminum and copper disk on the bottom of this pan looks cheap and does not distribute heat evenly. But the biggest flaw is that the handle is heavier than the rest of the pan making it very difficult to balance on a gas stove top. I couldn't keep it from falling over no matter how I tried. Who is the design wizard that came up with this pan? I sent it back and bought the Pro-Clad version for a few dollars more. The Pro-Clad has three layers of stainless and aluminum all the way up the sides, so heat distributes evenly and the weight and balance are perfect. Much happier now. Not sure if all the Emeril Stainless Fry Pans are handle heavy, but this 8 inch one is a clunker. Don't waste your time or money on this poorly designed pan.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By EllieRN on November 16, 2011
Size Name: 10 IN
FWIW, I have only used this Emeril 10 inch stainless steel with copper and aluminum and stainless bottom once! That was tonight. This is NOT the Emeril Pro Clad which I have not been able to find in a single fry pan. Since this pan was on sale today at Macy's for $29.99 and even less with coupon, I decided to give it a try.
Even though I am a 'senior citizen', I have never used a stainless fry pan. I read all the reviews for the different brands and read how many people complained of food sticking, difficult clean up, staining, etc. So, I decided to research exactly how to cook with stainless before ever getting any.
So, bought this today and decided to cook pork chops tonight. The instructions that came with the pan are a little different than what I read about how to cook with stainless on line. I followed the on line directions. I first washed the pan and dried it. Allowed my chops to sit out for about 15 minutes to get closer to room temperature and dried them with paper towel before seasoning them. I then turned my electric glass top stove on to medium and allowed the pan to get hot and then added a small amount of evoo to coat. When that began to shimmer, I added my chops and left them alone for about 6 minutes. After 6 minutes I gently tried to raise one chop and it came right up as did the other one. I turned them over and left them alone again for another 6-7 minutes. I also added chopped onions just after I turned them over. Well, they came out beautifully! Great caramalized onions, nice juicy chops, terrific gravy from the drippings.
Nothing stuck nor burned. I immediately wiped the pan out and filled with hot water and placed back on the same burner to sit while we ate.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Hahne on March 30, 2010
Size Name: 8 IN Verified Purchase
So far I like this pan. It's my first stainless fry pan and am getting the hang of it. I found that pre-heating is key. I preheat for about 5 minutes on med heat (have an older electric stove) before I try to fry or scramble eggs and they don't stick. Only thing I don't like is I feel the handle is just a hair too heavy. When the pan is empty (preheating) it leans just a tiny bit toward the handle and I would think that would reduce effectiveness/evenness of heating. Other than that one thing, I really like the pan. Handle stays cool and it's easy to clean.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Douglas S. Flint on March 4, 2010
Size Name: 8 IN Verified Purchase
there are several things I like about this pan, it's stainless steel, has a copper core and does the job I bought it for. The one problem is that the pan is very light weight, and the handle is nice and heavy, which means that it's very easy to tip while you're cooking. Still, at it's price, I can't really complain.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KC on January 30, 2011
Size Name: 12 IN Verified Purchase
Bought the 10-pc EMERILWARE set at a good sale price at Herbergers about 6 mo ago. Also subsequently purchased both the 12-in fry pan and the 8 qt stockpot w/pasta insert online. My stovetop is glass, and the pans all sit well and distribute heat evenly. I find I need to be careful with heat settings as they have excellent heat conduction. I never use a stove setting above medium heat, even for boiling water. Most cooking is med low. Soups simmer on low, almost to a rolling boil.

As some reviewers noted, the handles might be just a bit heavy (more so relative to the smaller pan sizes), but on a flat cook surface that is not an issue. Cleanup has also been good. I am moderately careful with them as I want to retain their nice finish, but I did have someone else use one and badly burn potatoes in a skillet (used too high heat setting). I thought it might have messed up the pan finish, but using some Barkeepers Friend and elbow grease, I was able to completely restore to original finish. I do wash them in the dishwasher, and no finish issues yet. I'm very happy with these so far.

Update May 2013:
I continue to be pleased with these. They cook very well and still look like new. I hand wash and use Barkeepers Friend to maintain the finish. It's easy, let them soak for a bit with dish soap and warm water, then clean using a no-scratch pad and finish up with the Barkeepers. Takes only a few minutes. The copper band discolors a little during cooking, but returns to looking new each time. I've subsequently purchased an additional 8-in frypan, 12-in frypan, and the saucepan when I found them on sale, so I now have a pretty complete and versatile cooking set... but I might look for one more sauté pan. I have a townhome with a fairly small kitchen, so space is at a premium. These have held up so well I'm thinking about installing a rack over the counter to hang them and recover some cupboard space for other uses.
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