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All-Clad BD551117 Brushed d5 Stainless Steel 5-Ply Bonded Dishwasher Safe 11-Inch French Skillet with Domed Lid Cookware, Silver

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  • 18/10 stainless steel cooking surface will not react with food
  • Compatible with all cooktops, optimal for induction
  • Dishwasher, oven and broiler safe
  • Stainless steel handles are permanently secured with stainless steel rivets
  • 11" French skillet is ideal for searing, browning, and pan frying for everything from eggs to meats
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Material 18-10 Steel Stainless Steel 18-10 Steel 18-10 Steel
Item Weight 4 pounds 4 pounds 4 pounds 6 pounds
Color Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
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Size 11-Inch 11-Inch 9-Inch 13-Inch
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All-Clad Brushed Stainless D5 11" French Skillet with domed lid features a large surface area and round sides that hold in heat and liquids while preventing splattering, making the pan ideal for searing, browning and pan-frying a wide range of foods, including eggs and meats. The lid can be used to lock in moisture and heat after browning or searing to cook meats thoroughly on the stovetop or in the oven.

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Product Dimensions 18.8 x 11.3 x 5 inches
Item Weight 4 pounds
Shipping Weight 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer All-Clad
ASIN B006ZNCRFC
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 8701004555
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4.3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #270,860 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1,486 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > Skillets
#6,045 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > All Pans
Date first available at Amazon.com January 18, 2012

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Yep, these ain't cheap but if your serious about your cooking and enjoy your time in the kitchen whisking up your favorite recipe you should consider investing in high quality cookware.

For years I hesitated and settled for good quality imitations such as the Emeril's cookware but finally decided to treat myself to the real thing and find out if they are worth the high prices. Yes they certainty do. No hot spots, better results at lower heat, tight lids that allow even lower heats due to fantastic heat retention (just use a higher initial temperature put the lid on and reduce to low/medium and you get a better result than having to use med/high on other less efficient wares)

I got the same satisfaction than when I decided to buy chef quality knives ... Once you cut and dice with a "real pro knife" you know why it cost $250.

I think of these pots as an investment and a heirloom to pass on to my kids. These things are so well built that you know they will last forever (proper care of course)

I read reviews stating that you will do just as good with the classic trii-ply stainless but these are truly a step ahead. How can two layers of aluminum not be better than one? It keeps a uniform heat over the entire surface and sides at lower temperatures, perfect for braising, slow cooking, stews etc and also quickly searing and pan frying without hot spots trying to shuffle the food around so that each gets a shot at it ... With these the heat is uniform all around, just don't crowed the pieces during the searing process.

Yep I did pay a small fortune for a custom hand picked set but these are worth every penny.
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By arl on February 14, 2013
I use this pan primarily to sear steaks on the stove top, then finish them in the oven or the broiler. Unlike cast iron, it can handle acidic ingredients without affecting the flavor, and it can go in the dishwasher when you don't feel like hand washing your dirty pans. The D5 version seems to have better heat retention than the standard All Clad stainless, this makes it great for browning and putting a nice "crisp" golden brown crust on food.

Tip: if stains remain after running the pan through the dishwasher, a little barkeeper's friend censer will clean them up nice.
Also: If your food sticks, try heating the pan on medium until a drop of water will roll around the bottom without evaporating. (this may take a while depending on your stove) Once it's hot enough, add grapeseed or canola oil, allow the oil to coat the entire bottom of the pan, then add food.

Did I mention it's made in the USA?
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This versatile Skillet used for all kinds of cooking for 1-2 people.
It is especially good to use as a kind of mini-WOK!
It works well for this purpose on a residential stove, because the
bottom has a greater surface area to get nice & hot. True Woks
are really shaped best for the commercial type of stove with huge
burner and flames.

My brother-in-law owns & cooks with a Wok at his Asian restaurant
& that is where a true Wok works best.

Cleaning is a breeze with a metal squeegee & some muscle :)

Buying All-Clad pieces one by one, rather than getting a set, really enables
you to get a smallish custom set that is just big enough for two people.

We love the whole custom set!.

.... and

They can also double as great weapons!

Getting smaller pieces really cuts down on excess weight & is more handicapped friendly.
I have a fused spine & my wife is recovering from Cancer surgery & should not lift more
than ten pounds for now.

A cheaper thinner Steamer All-Clad {Made in China?} (which I also bought & sits in the garage to be gifted to
my Chinese in-laws) E8979064AMZ 2-Tier Steamer is way too large for us, but will be
great for multi-level Chinese steaming!

We also have a cheapo white non-stick set from Amazon for other types of cooking.

BTW- After tons of research (including reviewing some results by scientists!),

it is not worth spending more on cookware.

All-clad's copper line is over-priced (& mostly hype), and the older D5-line is perfect.

We still have the All-Clad 3 clad, which is also nice, but lacks the shiny outer stainless layer (so the exposed softer Aluminum kind of looks not so hot after some heavy use).

I also have a very heavy expensive French copper set, that is way too heavy & stick to food like crazy glue.
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Very nice moderately sized piece. I love the dome lid. Only complaint would be that the lid isn't the perfect fit I have grown accustom getting from all clad. I fear this is an issue with all clad these days. The fit of the lid isn't a deal breaker but just not as awesome as I would have expected from all clad. My 6 qt D5 saute pan had a perfect fitting lid so i know they can do it. Also to be honest the D5 is much heavier that you might think so be warned... By heirloom quality, you may want to be concerned you will have to give these to your kids sooner that your think when you can no longer lift your pans when full of food... This pans not too bad but the bigger ones are hefty. This really is a very nice pan and I will no doubt use it a lot.
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