All-Clad 5000-9 Stainless 9-Piece Cookware Set
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- Set includes 2-quart covered saucepan, 3-quart covered saute pan, 10-inch fry pan, 3-quart covered casserole pan, 6-quart covered stockpot
- Three-ply: stainless-steel layers sandwich pure aluminum core for even heating
- Comfortable lid and stay-cool pan handles riveted for strength
- Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended
- Lifetime warranty against defects
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Fry, saute, boil, simmer, and more with style and grace, and stop worrying about which cooktop you're using with this flexible and high quality nine piece cookware set All-Clad. Attractively designed and incredibly tough, this chef's pan is constructed of three layers of metal; two stainless steel outer layers with an aluminum core. The stainless steel exterior combined with the aluminum core allows the pot to be used on all types of stovetops, including induction, and heats it evenly to eliminate hot spots. Inherently stick-resistant, food is served easily and clean up is a breeze. The classically sloped sides help prevent messes, and the long handles have grooved tips for convenient hanging storage, while the short handles are easy to grasp. All handles are stay-cool and riveted to the sides for extra strength. The set includes a covered saucepan, covered saut¿ pan, frying pan, covered casserole pan, and a covered stockpot, and can be used to make just about any dinner or delicacy.
Producing some of the finest cookware in the nation, All-Clad has been featured in many high class and gourmet restaurants for its superior performance and aesthetically designed pieces crafted from American artists using the finest metals. A firm believer in quality over convenience, All-Clad's metals are formulated and bonded with cooking performance in mind, and are combined with stunning designs to provide you with the best cooking experience possible.
The bestseller among All-Clad's renowned cookware collections, the Stainless line provides serious and professional cooks all the virtues that make All-Clad's worldwide reputation unsurpassed. Key to its high performance is a three-ply, bonded construction. Sandwiched between layers of stainless steel is a thick core of pure aluminum that spreads heat evenly across the bottoms of pots and pans and all the way up the sides. The interior is highly polished 18/10 stainless steel, so it's stick-resistant as well as stain- and corrosion-resistant. The exterior is gleaming, magnetic stainless steel that works on induction as well as conventional stovetops, and, with care, remains beautiful during this cookware's lifetime warranty against defects--and beyond.
This nine-piece set of Stainless cookware consists of a 10-inch fry pan, a 2-quart covered saucepan with lid, a 3-quart covered sauté pan, a 3-quart covered casserole pan, and a 6-quart covered stockpot. Polished 18/10 stainless-steel pan and lid handles are riveted for strength and grooved on the top for comfort. The pans' long handles (holed for hanging on hooks or pegs) stay cool on the stovetop but won't be harmed by an oven's highest heat. Although Stainless cookware is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. --Fred Brack
What's in the Box
10-inch fry pan, 2-quart covered saucepan with lid, 3-quart covered sauté pan, 3-quart covered casserole pan, 6-quart covered stockpot
From the Manufacturer
All-Clad Stainless Construction
Each piece of All-Clad cookware features a unique metal bonding construction. All-Clad Stainless cookware sandwiches a thick core of three separate layers of aluminum between an easy-to-clean, highly polished 18/10 stainless-steel cooking surface and a magnetic stainless-steel exterior. The aluminum core retains heat and evenly distributes it along the bottom and up the sidewalls of the cookware. The stainless interior is stick-resistant and cleans easily. The magnetic stainless-steel exterior gives the cookware a gleaming finish. All-Clad Stainless also features the companys signature "stay-cool" long handles, lids fashioned from gleaming 18/10 stainless steel, and highly durable stainless-steel rivets. All-Clad Stainless cookware is one of five collections from All-Clad Metalcrafters. Designed to work on conventional gas and electric ranges, as well as induction cooktops, All-Clad Stainless cookware is the best-selling collection in a full line that includes All-Clad LTD, Cop-R-Chef, Master Chef 2, and Copper Core.
Features and Benefits
All-Clad pans with a stainless interior cooking surface are oven-safe up to 500 degrees. All-Clad pans with a non-stick cooking surface are oven-safe up to 400 degrees, but should not be used under the broiler. We recommend using a low to medium temperature when cooking with All-Clad. Higher heats are not necessary and may cause discoloration (see cleaning instructions below). Other features include:
- Beautifully polished, magnetic stainless exterior layer.
- Pure aluminum core that not only covers the bottom of the pan but also extends up the sides. This allows for great heat conductivity as well as an even heat distribution so you wont have "hot spots" when cooking.
- Stainless-steel interior layer/cooking surface.
- Long, polished stainless, stay-cool handles.
- Sturdy, non-corrosive stainless-steel rivets won't react with foods.
- Polished stainless-steel lids fit evenly with the pans edges to seal in flavor of your foods.
- The All-Clad Stainless collection is compatible with an induction stovetop (with the exception of a few pieces) in addition to gas and electric stovetops.
- The Stainless collection is dishwasher-safe, excluding pieces with a nonstick cooking surface.
From date of purchase, All-Clad guarantees to repair or replace any item found defective in material, construction or workmanship under normal use and following care instructions. This excludes damage from misuse or abuse. Minor imperfections and slight color variations are normal.
For daily cleaning, warm soapy water is sufficient. Clean your All-Clad thoroughly after each use. Food films left of the pan may cause discoloration and sticking. To get rid of stuck-on food or discoloration and stains from using too high of a heat, we recommend cleaning your All-Clad with a product called Bar Keepers Friend. To use the Bar Keepers Friend, simply use a soft cloth or sponge and water and make into a soupy paste. This can be used on the interior, as well as the exterior of your All-Clad (excluding the Cop-R-Chef). The Bar Keepers Friend can also be used on the exterior of the All-Clad Stainless collection, LTD collection, and MC2 collection. For cleaning of the Cop-R-Chef exterior, simply use a brass/copper cleaner. If your water has a high iron content, you may notice a rusty discoloration. Use Bar Keepers Friend to remove it.
All-Clad Stainless Selection
In recent years, a professional-size 14-inch fry pan was added to the Stainless fry pan assortment, as well as several popular specialty pans, including: the small-size petite brasier with a dome-shaped lid; petite roti roasting pan; and the beautiful, large-capacity Dutch oven and French oven oval roasting pan with roasting rack. Both of these one-pot comfort food specialty pans comes with All-Clads popular high dome-shaped lid. Other specialty pans include a larger brasier pan with domed-shape lid; a complete family of round-shaped saucier saucepans for versatile stove-top cooking; a flare-sided Windsor pan in two sizes, designed for reduction and the creation of rich sauces; and a contemporary "Soup for Two" 3-1/2-quart soup pot; casseroles; an open stir fry; a versatile wok-style chefs pan; and a "Pasta Pentola" 7-quart stockpot with colander insert and lid. All saucepans, casseroles, sauté pans, stock pots, and specialty items come with lids. Double boiler and steamer inserts, including the large steamer insert for 6-quart, 8-quart and 12-quart stockpots, are available as well. Stainless cookware sets are available in various sizes, from a starter 5-piece to a complete 10-piece set.
About All-Clad Metalcrafters
Based in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, All-Clad Metalcrafters markets premium quality cookware to department and specialty stores in the United States, along with premium All-Clad bonded bakeware, All-Clad All-Professional kitchen tools, and a growing assortment of kitchen accessories, including All-Clads upscale tea kettle, measuring scoop set, stainless-steel mixing bowls, kitchen colanders, and 1-cup measuring cup. Featuring a unique metal bonding process, All-Clad cookware is used in many of the finest restaurants in America, and is sought by serious home cooks seeking all-professional cookware to enhance their cooking experience.
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They arrive carefully packed in their own little soft bags. I felt like I had received a treasure.
I've been using these pans for about 3 months and I love them. Do yourself a favor and treat yourself, even if you decide to try just one pan. Well worth the investment.
The most impressive thing I've noticed so far is the even temperature control throughout all of the pieces I purchased and have used so far. Even when boiling water, you can see at the bottom of the pot that the heat is being distributed evenly, which is a major downfall of most other cookware.
The first downside is that they are, in my experience, a PAIN to clean. Following the manufacturers recommendation to NOT put them in the dishwasher, I have washed them by hand after every use. I highly recommend washing them IMMEDIATELY after use to avoid having to spend a lot of time getting them clean.
The other downside is that I think these pots and pans will work much better on gas cooktops than on radiant cooktops. Fortunately, I'll have gas cooktops again in a few months, but really feel that buyers with radiant cooktops should test out a piece or two before commiting to the whole set.
Other than those two minor downsides, this is a "keep-for-life" set of pots and pans, and well worth the investment. Check out the rest of the All Clad stainless series for other great pieces (highly recommend the omelette pan to complete this set in particular).
I have only cooked on cheap apartment-grade gas and electric cooktops, and I think the quality cookware has made a real difference in my ability and willingness to cook, which over six years has saved me a lot of money. So I don't think All-Clad is only for people with too much disposable income on their hands. I considered it an investment in my health and finances and have never regretted it. I kept the original boxes and have moved this set half a dozen times through four states. It's great cookware to learn on because you really can't screw up too badly. Prior to buying the All-Clad I had a few Cuisinart pieces that I picked up at discount stores. These were great also, but they are not clad up the sides. Side by side, there's no comparison, but Cuisinart is a great starter brand. Mine have been gifted to others.
The 6 qt stockpot is the biggest pot in my kitchen right now. I use it for making chicken stock, beans, soups, and pasta. It's the only pot I have that's big enough for steaming corn on the cob.
The 3 qt casserole is my least favorite because I would prefer a 4 qt saucepan in its place. Even when the 3 qt casserole is full of liquid, if it had a long handle, I could lift it with one hand, but because of the short handles, you have to use 2 hands every time. The benefit is that it takes up less space in your cupboard and on your cooktop. Great for cooking pasta for one without messing up a big pot, but if it had one long handle, I could drain the pasta into a colander with less fuss. I also cook soups in this, even though I have a 3.5 qt Le Creuset. Sometimes you just want the lighter piece, and the performance is great. So even though it is my least favorite, it is among my most used.
The 3 qt saute pan I use for larger stir-frys. I used to think that I had to have the 12" fry pan, but I really don't. The lid for this pan is exactly the same as for the 6 qt stockpot (you get two of the same lid). The 10" fry pan is great for single servings of fried rice or pasta with vegetables. I prefer this to nonstick and have learned to control the heat to avoid sticking (even things like rice, egg, and tofu). Even when things do stick, the cleanup is super easy. Between these and my cast iron skillets, I do not find it necessary to have a single nonstick piece in my kitchen.
The 2 qt saucepan is the darling baby of the group. I use it daily for oatmeal, cocoa, reheating soups, small pasta sauces. I had no idea how spoiled I was until I made oatmeal at a friend's house using a thin-walled regular pot. The cleanup was pretty awful even though I didn't burn anything; I couldn't believe that soaking with hot water and soap for hours wasn't enough to loosen that oatmeal. With my All-Clad I have never had to soak longer than a few minutes or scrub hard, no matter what. Bar Keeper's Friend and soap is all you need for even the most stubborn problems. I left oil heating on the fry pan and forgot about it. The blackened mess that ensued was a small nightmare until I discovered BKF.
So what's missing, you ask? Well, I did get a 7" fry pan at an intro price, and this is useful for frying one egg and toasting sesame seeds and almonds and whatnot. If you cook for large groups you will definitely want a larger stockpot. I might consider getting a 1 qt saucier at the intro price just to have another small pan in the arsenal for when I have a lot of things going. I am recently the lucky recipient of a large Williams-Sonoma gift card and will probably get the 7 qt Dutch oven, 4 qt braiser, and 17" oval roaster, which are larger pieces that can be used for serving as well.
You might consider the 10-piece set at Williams-Sonoma even though it is more expensive because it comes with an 8 qt stockpot, a 4 qt saute pan, and the 4 qt saucepan instead of the 3 qt casserole. This means that for the same footprint in your cabinets, you get a larger stockpot, larger saute pan, and a more functional saucepan. You also get the 12" fry pan (which I would probably never use because of my 12" Lodge skillet). But even in hindsight I'm not sure I would have bit the bullet quite that hard back then. Now, with a slightly better income and still-limited cabinet space, it would be a no-brainer.