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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Never heard of Belgique before I went on-line looking for a 3 qt. pot. That item was so inexpensive that thought it would be worth taking a chance: how bad could it be? When I received that pot, I couldn't believe how beautiful it was so made some soup. I could be wrong, but I think it actually cooked faster. Based on my great experience with this one pot, I ordered the 10-piece set and am very pleased. Cooking with glass lids is the best! The only negative comment would be that the bottom of the pan (on the inside of the pot) has little 'spots' which require cleaning with a nylon pad and the Belgique cream - although "Bar Keeper's Friend" powder works just as well. I believe the spots are caused when salt is put in the cooking contents because the small pot I use for oatmeal, without salt, does not have spots.

Easy to keep looking beautiful even though they can't be put in the dishwasher. Love this line of cookware.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 2008
This is Deborah, Richard's wife. When my husband bought my set of Belgique over 20 years ago for me for Christmas it was one of the most expensive sets available in the kitchen section of Gayfers in Tallahassee, Florida. It was worth every penny then - but WOW has the price come down! My 12 piece set was almost $300.00, BUT, I have to tell you it was worth every penny! My set is a heavy set with stainless lids, and it looks almost as good today as it did when I took it out of the box on Christmas morning over 20 years ago. It's never let me down - not even today when I was caramelizing onions and forgot them and ended up with a quarter of an inch of petrified charcoal stuck to the entire bottom of my lovely deep 10" frying pan. Oh, I just had to have homemade French onion soup. At first I just wanted to sit down and cry. Then I decided to try to salvage the pan. It took me way over an hour of soaking and scraping with a thin metal spatula and then a heavy scrubbing with a Brillo pad, but with the exception of a few new, very fine scratches, it's back to it's gleaming stainless finish. I'd not suggest anyone ever scrape their fine stainless with a metal spatula - unless like I believed today - that the frying pan was totally ruined, "garbage".
I don't think anyone could be disappointed with this cookware! If they are still making it like they did 20 years ago - you really can't go wrong with a set of Belgique!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 10, 2009
I purchased the small "stock" pot 7-8 years ago for my mother. She has loved it, and when she moved in with us, brought it with her, and we all can enjoy it. I bought it at Macy's for a very reasonable price, and like the other reviewers, wouldn't have expected that it would live a long life, but it has. It is used almost every day. I hadn't seen the set, and now have my eye on the larger pot.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 4, 2008
It is absolutely the finest (and yet relatively inexpensive) cookware we've ever used. Problem is this. Several weeks ago we visited Macy's and noticed this cookware for the first time - we bought a 3 quart pot. It had a locking mechanism on the pot itself, so that when one put the lid on, one could turn it so the lid locked in place. A fantastic feature.
HOWEVER, upon re-visiting Macy's and this cookware, none of the pieces had this mechanism......it was like we were in the Twilight Zone.
We bought the set anyway, but was wondering if anyone encountered similar problem. Thank you for any response.
Mary
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on October 29, 2011
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I can not express how much I love this cookware. Not only is it very attractive, food cooks very easily in them. Clean up is easy. I am very happy with the price I paid and I have lots of compliments on these pots and pans! Thanks for doing business. Seller shipped very quickly with no problems at all.
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My 1-ish quart pot is the one I use the most. It has a hot spot inside, burnt cheese sauce. The bottom plate says 10/10 SS and it CAME OFF! The bottom of the pot fell off! It narrowly missed my foot! Piece of JUNK! It also says "Made in China" AVOID! You get what you pay for!
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