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Anolon Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel 12-Piece Cookware Set
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- Set includes: 1-1/2- and 2-Quart Saucepans, 3-1/2-Quart Saucepot, 4-Quart Saute, 8-Quart Stockpot, 8-1/2- and 10-1/4-Inch Skillets
- Durable three-ply construction features an aluminum core between layers of stainless steel for excellent heat distribution
- The cookware set is suitable for use on all stovetops, including induction; the polished, sophisticated stainless steel exteriors are easy to clean
- Comfortable stainless steel handles are dual riveted for strength; deep-seated lids seal in heat and moisture with a clean, professional look
- The cookware set is oven safe to 500 degrees Fahrenheit and dishwasher safe, and works well with other cookware pieces in the Anolon collections
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Silver||Silver||Silver||Stainless Steel||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||13.2 x 23 x 13.9 in||14.2 x 24.2 x 10.7 in||10.88 x 23.38 x 13.62 in||14.37 x 26.26 x 12.09 in||—||12 x 23.75 x 16 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Copper|
|Number of Pieces||1||1||8||13||17||1|
|Size||Set||12-Piece Set||10 Piece||13-Piece||17 Piece||11-Piece|
With the professional-quality performance of the Anolon Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel 12-Piece Cookware Set, make the most of fresh seasonal ingredients in a variety of dishes. Create creamy stone-ground grits and rice pilaf with golden raisins in the saucepans, or sear grass-fed lamb chops and sauteed vegetables in the skillets. The cookware's durable three-ply construction features aluminum cores between layers of stainless steel for excellent, efficient heat distribution all the way up the sides of the pans. This cookware is suitable for use on all stovetops, including induction, and the polished, sophisticated stainless steel exteriors are easy to clean. Comfortable, stylish handles are dual riveted for strength, and the deep-seated coordinating stainless steel lids seal in heat and moisture for a clean, professional look. The cookware is dishwasher safe for convenient cleanup and oven safe to 500 Degree F, just like all the pots and pans from the Anolon Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel collection. Create delicious meals that let farm-fresh ingredients shine, when prepared with the durable, versatile Anolon Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel 12-Piece Cookware Set. Set includes: 1-1/2- and 2-Quart Covered Saucepans, 3-1/2-Quart Covered Saucepot, 4-Quart Covered Saute, 8-Quart Covered Stockpot, 8-1/2- and 10-1/4-Inch Skillets.
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It is absolutely phenomenal.
While it may not be All-Clad, it's the closest thing to it and -honestly- at a quarter of the price you really can't go wrong.
I also bought a set of their nouvelle non-stick pans as well as a steamer so as to have all of my bases covered.
The quality is simply killer!!
I purchased this set as a valentine's gift for my kitchen-god of a boyfriend so as to replace the random free items from friend and family and goodwill finds he has been using. I really wanted to get him something of value.
When the package got to me and I saw how fantastic the quality was I became so excited that I actually gave it to him two days earlier than the holiday. They're heavy, but not overly so, the handles feel great in your hand, and these bad boys looks like they could take a beating.
Needless to say, my boyfriend was thrilled and immediately stated that he would have to get a hanging rack to store them properly.
He has a gas stove. He cooked on low-medium heat however some discoloration did occur, especially on the bottom where the flame touched.
(Which is normal!!) & No problem! We grabbed some Barkeeper's Friend and it is like it never happened!
This set is seriously awesome. I am not one to just go throwing my money around so I did my best to research this product.
Oddly, there really are NOT that many reviews floating around and I really had to dig.
All I can say to someone looking for EXCELLENT quality at an affordable price compared to what is usually charged;
THIS IS THE WAY TO GO!!
While not astronomical in price, these are wee pricey. But they are an investment. With this quality, I expect them to last you for many years. At this writing, they retail at $399.99 (full retail) on this an other sites. Another site I priced them one does do sales at least seasonally, so I think you should certainly be able to get these for a bit less. Perhaps you will find discounts here on occasion.
I love the weight of these. Compared well to the weight of cast iron; very similar weight. There's also a nice, well balanced weight distribution that leaves them solidly well-balanced. These really nice thick bottoms and the heat quickly and evenly; so, I'm loving them. Weight in a cooking vessel is generally a good thing, but do note that weigh if you are shopping for someone with severe arthritis, etc, who might prefer something with less heft. That's really the only really I would think of for disliking this nice weight, though.
Lids are heavy, they are aren't going to lift up easily with steam, etc. I love the height on the lid handles; I can get a good full-fisted grasp on them; guys out there will probably love them because they have room for larger fingers to grip under. The "lip" for the lid to sit on (and the lip of the lip itself) if a good, healthy size. Good fit. These are solid metal lids, and you may prefer those to glass or vice versa. These are not vented lids.
Although (as I will note below), I found a few criticism on the combination of pots, it's still a solid 4 star variety. Four and half really. I'm being a little picky because there is certainly room for Anolon and Amazon to provide an addition set (or add-on set) option to the line up. This is a great start-up set for someone setting up a first kitchen, or perhaps a good first upgrade to your cookware. You've got a good variety here.
Definitely, I already have my favorite pieces! I love (love, love, love) this little 1 1/2 quart saucepan, and my second favorite is that 3 quart saucepot. That petite little saucepan is just the right size for so many things (boiling flax seeds, reheating things, a quick simple sauce or simple syrup). It's like a little baby bear; it's just right. One quart saucepans...are sometimes too small (or you are just a little concerned they will be), it's got that little extra WHILE maintaining all the great features of the larger sizes, including a great lid; I've moved recently, can't locate my pot this size, and this one is nicer, anyway. That 3 quart saucepot: versatile. Pops in (and out, lol) of the oven so easily. LOVE those handles. Love the size. A nice petite casserole, really.
Excellent quality control, good performance. Some of the pieces are definitely upgrades to the cookware I've been using. I will be shopping with Anolon again, I believe. I've just got to "play" with these for just a little bit (since I haven't had them long), but they are living up well. Love knowing I've got that the 500 degree oven readiness, and that these are working well in that use.
IMPERFECTIONS: One flaw in the lid and pan selection is that size of the largest skillet including narrowly misses the lid sizes. Those lids are for the pots, but it would have been sooo nice if it had fit the skillet too, and with the tiniest design/selection tweek, that would have been possible (and with no need to add an additional piece to achieve that option); so that was kind of annoying...not a huge, huge deal, but worth noting. This is a 10 1/4" inch skillet, but Anolon even makes some 10 1/2 inch skillets, which would have fit this lid! So that's one flaw in the selection. ANOTHER, I would say is that I really like a much larger stock pot, whether that's for boiling a chicken or a large pot of pasta, or brining a ham, it's just a nice option to have a taller stockpot. Note the size (8 quarts) and decide if this good for you...I think, if you are looking to outfit a kitchen with a complete set, you're going to want a larger one. It's a good pot, but the modest (pretty standard, really) size makes it less than a complete set (for me). So it's not the "holy grail" variety set combination, but it's still good. A great start on equipping a new kitchen. If I were to pick one more item to add, it would be to add a larger skillet. You can use the larger 4 quart sauté pan (which is reallllllly awesome, versatile piece to include) as a stand in for a large skillet, but a slightly larger skillet would have been nice. I DO also with that 4 quart sauté pan had a different handle set-up, so that it would be more oven-friendly. Small tweek, would have created even more multi-tasking. I mention these things to help you compare with other set combinations you may be considering.
NOTE: When checking this out visually, you absolutely have to note the modest (standard 8 quart, not tiny at all) size of the large stock pot, to note the scale of the rest of the set. It's a great set! But this is small home set, this is for a person cooking, mostly for 1-4 people. Note the size (per the description) of each piece. Compare to your needs. Probably a great bet for you. but I would suggest adding also a possibly larger skillet and a larger stock pot; they sell lots of those individually.
**They came well packaged, well protected. So much so that, frankly, unboxing was a bit challenging. So, I was really happy with the condition they arrived in.**
COMPARED to Martha Stewart.
First comparison, an older 12? piece set of Martha Stewart cookware. Anyone remember those? I don't know that they still make these, but you can still find them online, retailing around $200ish for similar sized sets. The Anolon wins this category hands down. Significantly heavier. The lids are even much heavier and their handles have a more secure grip. Most importantly, the bottom surface is more even. The Martha Stewart (of which I am not a huge fan, obviously) skillets aren't well weighted and the small one can list to one side because of the handle weight. These Anolon don't have any silly issues like that . The Anolon bottom is thicker, as well. Much heavier. I would give the Martha Stewart set about 3 stars. (Their large sauté pan is horrible, 1 star--the bottom isn't level.)
COMPARED to Emerilware
I've had this set around...3 years. Similar size set, similar selection (same disappointingly modest stock pot). These sets retail around $300, when not on sale. Unlike the Martha Stewart, I've enjoyed these very much. One of my skillets does that annoying tilting thing sometimes, but other than that, my only real issue with these is the inward tilting shape of the stock pot. Still, the Anolon stacks up better. The Emerilware is not as heavy, the bottoms are not as thick. I like the 2 short handles on the 3 quart Anolon much better. As for the lids, they are just different, a matter of preference and I'll switch between them depending on need. The Emerilware lids do not sit as tightly, they have the see-through glass (which, sometimes you want to keep an eye on things) and the steam vents. I would give my Emeril stuff about 3.5 to 4 stars.