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Anolon Chef Clad Stainless Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set

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  • 10-piece set includes 1-, 2- and 3-quart covered saucepans, 6-quart covered stockpot, 8- and 10-inch open skillets
  • Constructed of aluminum with a professional clad stainless steel interior for fast, even heating
  • Interior safe for use with metal utensils; cast stainless steel handles; glass lids allow monitoring of progress
  • Suitable for use on all cooktops, including glass and induction
  • Safe to use under the broiler; dishwasher safe; limited lifetime warranty
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Anolon Chef Clad Stainless Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set

From preparing a quick one-meal wonder to a Slow Food feast, this cookware meets the challenge. Simmer ingredients for an apple cider brine and marinate a farm-fresh chicken overnight. Or combine all the ingredients for Celery Root Soup in the stockpot with Granny Smith Apples for a soothing, cool weather treat. Or start browning uncured bacon in the large skillet to make a lively Brussels sprouts concoction. Whatever the recipe, this set contains all the basic pots and pans you�۪ll need to create satisfying, memorable meals.

The innovative Anolon Chef Clad line is a professional-style cookware collection designed to offer both seasoned and novice cooks high-performance cookware that can be used with confidence. The understated elegance of the beautifully crafted brushed aluminum exterior coupled with the professional weight and durability of the fully clad stainless steel interior, guarantees fast and even heating all the way up the sides. Anolon Chef Clad is constructed of permanently bonded metals, including heavy gauge layer of heat conducting aluminum to deliver fast and even heating. The aluminum base is fully encapsulated in magnetic stainless steel for use on all ranges, including glass and induction cooktops. Cast stainless steel handles are comfortable in the hand and broiler safe. Tight-fitting glass lids allow food to be monitored without releasing moisture. Cookware is dishwasher safe for convenience.


Brushed aluminum exterior and
professional clad stainless
steel interior
Aluminum base that is fully
encapsulated in magnetic
stainless steel for use on
all ranges
Easy cleanup with this
dishwasher-safe cookware
Fast and even heating

Brushed aluminum exterior brings understated elegance coupled with a professional clad stainless steel interior. This guarantees fast and even heating all the way up the sides.

Maximum heat-conducting aluminum construction

Permanently bonded metal construction includes a maximum amount of heat-conducting aluminum to deliver fast and even heating.

For use on all ranges

The aluminum base is fully encapsulated in magnetic stainless steel for use on all ranges, including glass and induction cooktops.

Broiler-safe comfortable handles

Comfortable cast stainless steel handles are broiler safe.

Tight-fitting lids

Tight-fitting glass lids allow food to be monitored without releasing moisture.

Easy cleanup

Cookware is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.

Set includes
  • 1-Quart, 2-Quart and 3-Quart Covered Saucepans
  • 6-Quart Covered Stockpot
  • 8-Inch and 10-Inch French Skillets

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13.8 x 21 x 10.8 inches
Item Weight 24.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 24.2 pounds
Manufacturer Anolon
ASIN B001IDY5S6
Item model number 30491
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #305,162 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#1,007 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > Cookware Sets
Date first available at Amazon.com May 5, 2003

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By Kcorn TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 5, 2012
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Have you ever bought "stainless steel" pots and pans with manufacturers' claims that they work on induction burners - but do not? I have had that happen twice. So I immediately tested the Anolon Stainless Steel Set on both my induction and regular burners ( my cooktop has both types of burners, two induction and two standard burners).

I was delighted to learn that the Analon Chef Cookware does indeed work very well on induction burners, a "make it or break it" factor for me. My storage space is limited so I only want multi-functional pots and pans. It is also very helpful to see the words, "induction suitable" and "dishwasher safe" printed on the bottom of each piece of cookware, a nice reminder since I do have a few older pots which are not dishwasher safe.

Other features which I love:

1. The weight of each pot, pan and skillet. They have a very nice heft and they cook food evenly. Lesser cookware allows food to burn on the outside while the inside is still raw, even cold to the touch. But this isn't an issue with the Anolon.

2. They are both dishwasher and oven safe (up to 500 degrees F). They can even be used under the broiler.

3. The set has every type of basic pot and pan I use regularly: 1, 2, and 3 quart saucepans, a 6 quart stockpot (perfect for homemade soups and broths), two sizes of open skillets, etc.

4. The glass tops are also a "make it or break it" feature for me as I like to check on recipes as they cook - without having to pick up the lids, releasing steam, juices, and heat. Glass tops save time and energy.

5. While non-stick cookware has its benefits, I like the fact that the Anolon doesn't have to be treated too carefully.
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I have a couple Anolon Advanced pieces that I picked up at BB&B, the 8" skillet and the "Ultimate Pan" to be specific. I was impressed with the quality of these products, but noticed - like on most teflon or non-stick coated surfaces - they could be damaged by heat, using a metal spatula, or being washed in a dishwasher. Well, Capholon is typically overpriced and the quality doesn't seem much different. Others seem inferior or out of my price range of what I wanted to spend.

So, looking on Amazon and the Anolon website - I found this set. An aluminum set with a stainless steel inner layer? I don't think I've ever seen that combination but it made a lot of sense. Aluminum is only surpassed by copper as far as cookware goes for distributing heat evenly. The steel inside acts as the protective layer, making it easy to clean and last for years to come. And, I can put them in the dishwasher!

If you are looking for a set that is reasonable in price, but don't like the fact your non-sticks are peeling and chipping and/or can't put them in the dishwasher: You cannot go wrong with this set!
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By jc2010 on December 15, 2010
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I wanted the Clad pans with the outer Anolon cover. LOVE the pans. Heavy, thick, nice looking, clean well and cook great. Was a little worried since I couldn't find but one review of these. But very pleased that they will last a long time.
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Cookware is worth spending a lot of money on. Good cookware that's properly cared for will last a lifetime, if not longer. With the exception of cast iron, good cookware is typically expensive because the materials cost what they cost -- everybody is paying the same price for metals; nobody can sell them cheaper than someone else.

Anolon keeps costs down by having only the cooking surface of the pans -- the interior -- be stainless steel. The outside of the pans -- except the bottom which is stainless -- is aluminum. The reason All-Clad stainless steel cookware is so expensive and praised is because the exterior is completely stainless steel (the interior is aluminum). That, combined with their construction, makes them pretty much indestructible. The aluminum exterior of the Anolon will be more susceptible to damage from impact with objects and especially heat than pans that are completely stainless. You must be very careful not to allow a heat source to come into direct contact with the aluminum sides of the pans -- that means never using the smaller pots on large gas burners.

I spent a week using this set to make everything from sautéed vegetables, to risotto and soups. Overall the performance was pretty good. The pans heated pretty fast and fairly evenly; the benefit of the stainless steel interior is that you can stick sharp objects into the pan -- it's very hard to damage the surface.

My main complaint is that these pans are fairly heavy -- noticeably heavier than my All-Clad stainless and Calphalon hard-anodized. If you're cooking something that requires tossing or moving the pan around a lot, it could make things a bit more difficult. That's why I removed a star.
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The brushed aluminum finish really makes these look great, but looks aren't everything...unless you don't plan on using them...then looks would be pretty important.

But if you do plan on using them, there are a few quirks.

We compared these against a nice Kitchen aid set, and the Anolon seem weighted heavy.

- Well Balanced? -

Heavy cookware can mean quality, but it's not that the Anolon were heavier it's that the way the handles are placed, they just doesn't feel properly balanced between the handle and the pot. It was a very noticeable difference when we picked them up. Maybe the angle of the handles are too steep and don't distribute the weight very well. Not sure. They just are not as easy to hold as they should be.

- Hot Handles? -

The lids are pretty good. They don't have the rubber along the edges which can actually make a seal and lock the top on to the pot. But, the handles do get hot, just FYI. Other pots will have a rubber or silicon grip to the underside of the handle. These don't.

- Brushed Aluminum for show? -

The Cookware look great with the brushed aluminum, but I thought Aluminum was being removed from antiperspirants over health concerns.

Wanting to see what the fine print said in the notice that came with the pots, it looks like the aluminum is just a coating on the outside.
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