Emeril Stainless Steel 4 Quart Chef's Pan
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- Thick triple layer disk of stainless steel, aluminum, and copper
- Aluminum disk on bottom for uniform heat and clad in copper for elegance
- Cast-stainless-steel, stay-cool handles; glass lid with stainless-steel edge
- Mirror-finish exterior; satin-finish interior conceals utensil marks
- Lifetime warranty against defects
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Top Customer Reviews
While I was there I looked at the Emerilware, and really liked the handles. I found this pan here on Amazon - one of only two 4 qt Chef's pans that I was able to find (the other one was a Calphalon Contemporary that was $159.99 - WAY too expensive for me) and based on the good reviews, decided to buy it.
I used it tonight to cook brown rice, and there are some things that I really like about it. While I was skeptical about the disk on the bottom being so much smaller than the diameter of the pot, I found that I could use the small burner on my electric coil stove on high to bring the water to a boil, and then turn the heat down to low for the rice to cook. It cooked evenly and the rice was done much sooner than it is in my older pans. But then, it could also be because I could see through the glass lid (I like glass lids) and was able to tell when it was done, without depending solely on the timer.
Also, I have rheumatoid arthritis and not a lot of strength in my hands, so I really liked the helper handle. Though the handle on the pan lid got hot, the handles on the pan itself remained cool.
So then, why the three stars? After the rice was cooked, I took the lid off the pan and used a metal cooking fork to fluff it up. I always do this, and it was NOT done in an abusive manner. After I washed the pan, I noticed two pits amongst some scratches on the bottom. I could also feel a spot that had what felt like a "burr" on it.Read more ›
I ordered this Emerilware Stainless Steel 4 Quart Chef's Pan two weeks ago and am very happy to report that it is the same great quality as the first one, and cleans and cooks as just as well.
I've ordered many pots and pans over the last eight years and can honestly say that I would have saved myself hundreds of dollars if I had known about the Emerilware Stainless Steel line.
As someone else on this forum stated, it is All Clad quality at 1/4 the price.
She'd still prefer an All-Clad, though. >Sigh<
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this pot, and it is a flimsy disappointment.
Not only is it super thin and cheap looking, but the bottom of the pot looks like it is separating from the actual pot. Read more
This type of pan is one I use most frequently for stove top cooking - decided to move to stainless, instead of non-stick and have been pleased overall. Read morePublished on January 21, 2010 by Katherine L
Outstanding piece of cookware that can be used for various meals. I like the depth and this piece is easy to handle.Published on August 16, 2009 by Steven W. Wilburn
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