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Cuisinart 77-7 Chef's Classic Stainless 7-Piece Cookware Set
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- Set Includes - 1-1/2 Qt. Saucepan w/Cover,3 Qt. Saucepan w/Cover,10" Open Skillet and 8 Qt. Stockpot w/Cover
- Cookware and lids constructed of mirror-polished stainless steel
- Aluminum encapsulated in base ensures quick, even heating
- Stay-cool stainless-steel handles; dripless rims on lids
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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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.
Cuisinart 77-7 7PC Chefs Classic Stainless Cookware Set - Cuisinart 77-7
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Over the intervening 9 years since I bought most of the above: the Calphalon's 'tried' but have all been replaced (non-stick wore off). And of course the cast-iron soldiers on; as does the iron & enamel-based Le Creuset.:D As to the Cuisinart, they likewise are still exellent pans! They've seen daily use, daily trips to the dishwasher, and nothing in in the way of coddling (unlike the Calphalons :P).
I've had absolutely no complaints about the pans:
The integrated copper disk on the bottom makes them extremely even-heating.
And the steel interior makes for simple cleanup and incredible toughness (try using SOS pads on your Calphalon or other non-stick pans :P). No the copper doesn't wrap all the way around the pan. But to be honest, I have a few AllClads and I can't really tell any functional cooking difference between the Cuisinart and the AllClads. :D
The Cuisinarts also have well-thought-out and functional design features: The handle design keeps the cool; short of putting the handle directly in the draft of the burner, or simmering for long periods of time, the handles generally stay cool enough to handle without a hotpad.
The rolled edges are almost dripless.
And the lid fit to pan is almost perfect: They don't lock, but steam doesn't escape while cooking unless you pick up the lid.
The steel inner surface isn't technically "non-stick", but functionaly, with a suitable fat or oil, these pans are wonderfully non-stick for most of my uses. About the only time I reach for a Calphalon is when I have something _brutally_ sticky. Other than that, it's often a toss up between whether I use Cuisinart steel or the 'classic non-stick' the old cast-iron.
I'd buy another of these pans in a heartbeat. Unfortunately nothing short of being run over by a truck looks likely to make me need to buy new ones. :) My son will probably get these!
One other point: It's amazingly refreshing that this is a product - nine years later - that is still available in it's original form. 99% of the other non-music, non-video, non-literature, purchases I made in 2004 have been off the market, worn-out/broken, or completely obsoleted for the better part of a decade! It's nice to know that quality design can still be marketed without the need for the vendor to continually shuffle in 'new' models to replace the old. :)