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Cuisinart 77-10 Chef's Classic Stainless 10-Piece Cookware Set,Silver
|Price:||$149.95 ($15.00 / count) & FREE Returns|
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|Capacity||3.5 Quarts, 3 Quarts, 1.5 Quarts, 8 Quarts|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||24.61 x 14.57 x 24.02 inches|
|Item Weight||19.25 Pounds|
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- Set includes: 1-1/2 Qt. Saucepan w/Cover, 3 Qt. Saucepan w/Cover, 3-1/2 Qt. Saute pan w/Helper Handle and Cover,) 8" Open Skillet, 10" Open Skillet, 8 Qt. Stockpot w/Cover
- Chef's Choice Stainless: mirror finish. Classic looks, professional performance.
- Unsurpassed Heat Distribution: Aluminum encapsulated base heats quickly and spreads heat evenly. Eliminates hot spots.
- Stainless Steel for Professional Results: stainless steel cooking surface does not discolor, react with food or alter flavors. Great for classic cooking techniques like slow simmers, rolling boils and reduction of liquids.
- Cool Grip Handle: Solid stainless steel riveted handle stays cool on the stovetop. A helper handle provides extra support and balance when lifting and pouring.
- Drip-Free Pouring: Rim is tapered for drip-free pouring.
- Flavor Lock Lid: Tightfitting cover seals in moisture and nutrients for healthier, more flavorful results, every time you cook.
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The Most Trusted Name in the Kitchen
The perfect choice for serious cooks, entertaining enthusiasts, and big families, this deluxe set includes everything a home chef needs. Set Includes:1.0 Qt. Saucepan with cover, 2.0 Qt. Saucepan with cover, 3.0 Qt. Saucepan with cover, 3.0 Qt. Saute with helper handle and cover, 8.0 Stockpot with cover,8” Non-Stick Skillet, 10" Skillet with cover, and 18 cm Steamer Insert.
Premium Stainless Advantage
Premium stainless steel offers optimal cooking performance. In addition, our aluminum encapsulated base heats quickly and spreads heat evenly, eliminating hot spots.
The Coolest Touch in Home Cooking
Cast stainless steel Cool Grip stick handles are contoured for a secure grip and designed to stay cool on the stovetop. Further, glass lids equipped with wide, easy-grip handles fit tight to lock in flavor, texture, and nutrients.
Oven safe to 500°, this set can be used on stovetop, in oven, or under broiler, providing a range of versatile performance. Further, this set can be used on a variety of stovetops, and is freezer safe for easy food storage.
Rims of cookware are tapered to make pouring clean and easy. In addition, cookware is dishwasher safe, making cleanup effortless.
Riveted stainless steel handles, including side grips and helper handles, are professionally riveted to ensure a lifetime of perfect balance.
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|Item Dimensions||24.61 x 14.57 x 24.02 inches||23.82 x 13.39 x 11.82 inches||23.6 x 14.1 x 9.8 inches||24.2 x 14.2 x 10.7 inches||22.4 x 13 x 8.8 inches|
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|Number of Pieces||10||15||10||1||7|
|Size||10-Piece||15-Piece Set||10-PC Set||12-PC Set||7-Piece|
The 10 Piece Set includes pans for virtually any cooking task a home chef undertakes with measurement markings for ease of use. We also included a second skillet and the versatile sauté pan to the 7 Piece Set to allow cooks to prepare more dishes at once, or make larger portions. Features: Set includes:|1.5 Quart Saucepan with Cover|3 Quart Saucepan with Cover|3.5 Quart Saucepan with Helper Handle and Cover|8 Quart Stockpot with Cover 8" Skillet 10" Skillet|Induction-ready|Mirror finish. Classic looks professional performance.|Aluminum encapsulated base heats quickly and spreads heat evenly. Eliminates hot spots.
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I have other newer pans used for everyday (copper infused), but the coating on the T-Fal set wore off and I don't want contaminated foods. Teflon coated pots and pans should go the way of Edsel automobiles...out!
Cooking is fun for me, and purchasing 4,5 or 600 hundred dollar cookware is out of the question, and I think this is a true bargain for the price. But you have to take the time to properly season and temper stainless steel in order for it to perform and last well. That's the secret. And seasoning once doesn't do it either. Three or four seasonings guarantee long lasting non stick cooking and easy cleaning. Start right, end well!
Gourmet chef I am not, but having the right kitchen equipment makes all the difference and not expensive either! Research diligently, bargains abound, especially when companies need the cash flow during this health crisis.
And don't be afraid to get all of what you need to make your kitchen experience enjoyable! MD
After my husband ordered them, I read some reviews and saw that the recent reviews were not great. There were many complaints about staining, sticking, warping, and other things. I was worried that the recent production was not up to par with the set that was receiving all the rave reviews from 2006-2010
When I got my set, the first thing I did was to read the use and care guide from start to finish, and I was relieved to see that all of the most common "issues" with this set had been addressed.
If your food is sticking and burning, you are using too high a heat.
There are directions on how to clean the pots if there is staining, and that to make cleaning easier, you should fill your pots/pans with a little but of warm water immediately after cooking.
I have found that all of the tips are spot on, and I have had no problems removing spots or apparent staining from cooking something like pasta. (Vinegar)
I have found that hand washing and drying works better to take off stains and give the cookware a nice shine rather than using the dishwasher.
If your food starts to stick, your cook temp is TOO HIGH.
In my opinion, negative reviews on this product are from people who do not understand that this is stainless steel cookware, and you will constantly need to adjust your old cooking preconceptions, because everything about stainless is different.
This is a high caliber cookware set, and I recommend it.
Right away I noticed that some of the reviews were correct in that:
1. You need make sure you don't use your normal high temp settings because this pan super heats! So go lower than you usually would.
2. Let the pan properly heat up before you add anything to avoid burning/sticking on.
3. Follow the manual for cleaning to help with stuck on stuff (haven't really had any major issues)
I did notice that one of my pots seems to have an issue with the seal from the bottom add on. Steam comes out of that seam. Will talk to cuisinart about this. I haven't noticed this in any of the others.
Over all, the pan is good, just getting use to the new temperature since I was so used to using my old pans- but this is worth the price for sure. I would have purchased this all over again! Especially because I'm in such a tight budget and couldn't afford those dream high end pots and pans. But I'm happy!
I have a glasstop (radiant, not induction). I used the 8 and 10 in saute pans (making eggs & burgers) and the small saucepot (coffee & tea) on a daily basis. I use the medium saucepot to hardboil eggs and make soups. I only use wood or silicone utensils with them and a rag or scrubby sponge to wash them, but I'm not very careful when I stack them in the dishrack. I have not put them in the dish washer, but I've heard it can dull them. My 8 in has a slightly misshapen flange because I dropped it or banged it in the sink once or twice. The cover still fits, and it cooks fine.
Food does stick more than on a good nonstick pan, but I grew up with stainless steel. It might be a bit of an adjustment for someone who's never used stainless steel. As long as there's enough butter/oil, and it's up to temp, food doesn't stick bad, but it is easy to burn stuff onto the pan if you're not careful. They do take longer to get hot.
I'd probably give it a 4 or 5 stars if my pieces hadn't arrived already scratched up. However, it was fine for me since I know I have trouble taking good care of things. As someone who is pretty rough on my cookware, they've held up well. I never use them over anything higher than medium heat. Nothing has warped or melted. I have baked in the large skillet.
They are a little hard to wash, because you'll leave fingerprints and smudges if the dishwater isn't super hot, soapy, and fresh. I usually wash them first or separate from my other dishes. If you don't hand-dry right away, there will probably be water spots on them too.
For anyone getting white crud stuck to the bottom, or "flaking", if you boil (or heat close to boiling) water with a splash of white vinegar in the pot/pan it'll take that right off. And I usually scrub them with a little baking soda when food gets cooked on/stuck.