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All-Clad 700508 MC2 Professional Master Chef 2 Stainless Steel Bi-Ply Bonded Oven Safe PFOA Free Cookware Set, 10-Piece, Silver
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- 10-piece cookware set includes 8-Inch and 10 inch fry pans, 1.5-Quart and 3.5-Quart sauce pans with lids, 3-Quart sauté pan with lid, and 8-Quart stockpot with lid
- 3-ply bonded design for fast, even heating throughout and easy cleanup; includes stainless-steel interior, aluminum core, and brushed aluminum exterior
- Stainless-steel handles contoured to cater to a chef’s underhand grip and permanently secured with stainless-steel rivets
- Capacity etched on base; flat stainless-steel lids trap in heat and moisture
- Oven-safe up to 600 degrees F; limited lifetime warranty; made in the USA
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This item All-Clad 700508 MC2 Professional Master Chef 2 Stainless Steel Bi-Ply Bonded Oven Safe PFOA Free Cookware Set, 10-Piece, Silver
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||21.19 x 21.75 x 14.88 in||14.2 x 24.2 x 10.7 in||13 x 22.75 x 19 in||21.2 x 21.8 x 14.9 in||21 x 21.75 x 15 in||13 x 22.75 x 19 in|
|Material Type||18-10 Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18-10 Steel||Stainless Steel||18-10 Steel|
|Number of Pieces||1||1||1||1||1||1|
Providing an array of everyday essentials, the All-Clad MC2 700508 10-piece stainless-steel cookware set includes 8 inch and 10 inch fry pans, 1.5 quart and 3.5 quart covered sauce pans, a 3 quart covered sauté pan, and an 8 quart covered stockpot. The 3-ply bonded cookware’s thick-gauge aluminum core pulls in heat quickly, while its 18/10 stainless-steel interior, with a highly polished starburst finish, ensures even heat distribution across the entire cooking surface. The cookware’s stainless-steel interior also offers natural stick resistance, letting you know when food is ready to release, and it won’t react with food, so there’s no risk of food picking up a metallic taste. Made in the USA, MC2 cookware has a brushed-aluminum exterior with a smooth matte finish for low maintenance and fingerprint-free, long-lasting beauty. Enjoy professional performance with Master Chef 2 (MC2)—All-Clad’s original range of cookware.
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They are not the prettiest pans you can buy - the brushed aluminum on the outside scratches and takes on a dull metallic patina over time. However, a minute of scouring with Scotchbrite or Softscrub cleans up the scratches and gets back to shiny bare metal. The lids - which are simply designed and equally durable - do get hot, as reported, but that's what they make pot holders and side towels for.
BTW, Master Chef is the original All-Clad pan, predating the fancy stainless and copper clad models you find in most department stores. The copper clad ones are very good to cook with but are also very expensive. The stainless clad ones are prettier to look at (and also more expensive than Master Chef) but do not cook as well because stainless does not conduct heat as well as the aluminum clad on the Master Chef models. Master Chef pans heat evenly and rapidly and hold heat well so foods brown better without burning.
My opinion, but All-Clad no-stick pans are less of a good value because you're paying for an extremely good and highly durable metal pan with a coating that will - unavoidably - scratch and wear out. I have a such a 10" All-Clad no-stick frying pan sitting on a shelf in the basement. It's useless but I can't stand to throw out a pan I paid $125 for.
If you are at all serious about cooking, my suggestion is to strongly consider spending the equivalent of a modest car payment and get a set of Master Chef pans that you will enjoy using every time you cook for the rest of life. And be sure to provide for them in your will for the next generation to cook with.
These things are sturdy. I feel quite confident that if someone broke into the house I could use the 8qt as a shield and/or deadly projectile given enough acceleration, and even Rapunzel would approve of the frying pan. All of my cookware is crammed onto a baking rack (also from Amazon) and now I don't have to worry about stacking things delicately because there's no non-stick surface to scratch up. Immersion blender? Go for it. I can use a metal spatula now? Fantastic. They still look great even if you can tell they've gotten some use, and I'll take functionality over looks any day.
That being said, after two decades of using non-stick stuff I'm definitely still navigating the stainless learning curve. I've found myself paying a lot closer attention to what I'm doing which can only be good in the long run. Meat browns beautifully. There have been a few 'Oh *that's* what's supposed to happen!' moments. I'm sure I'll figure out hash browns one day. (If not, that's why I have that metal spatula.)
Care requires a bit more work than non-stick. I'm used to handwashing (seriously, y'all complaining about these things going wonky in the dishwasher really need to read the directions) since my dishwasher is a countertop model, but these call for a bit more scrubbing and/or deglazing with dishwater. Not a huge deal, and I've found that the sooner I do it after cooking the easier it is. The roommate is pleased.
Side note: I got lucky and picked up a 'used' set from Amazon Warehouse, took the chance on 'packaging will be damaged' for $100 off, and received the set in perfect condition with only the outer box having been mildly water damaged and resealed. YMMV, obviously, but it was absolutely worth it for me.
Theres really only 2 kinds of people, those that own all clad and those that need all clads.
I burned a pot completely dry, it was black and charred , i though it was dead, so i just threw it out the window(because it was stinking up the house)
After doing some research i found that it may be fixable, so i fetched it from the yard a week later (it was buried under snow), Scraped the larger parts of burnt chunks out, put a little water in it , warmed it up on the stove-top and then cleaned it with a Brillo pad and about 10 minutes of scrubbing.
Its like BRAND NEW, not a single stain, or mark inside.
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