Cuisinart 8919-14 Professional Stainless Saucepan with Cover, 1-Quart
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- PowerBond high impact bonded base heats fast and distributes heat evenly
- Riveted stainless handles provide strength and durability for ultimate control
- Tempered glass FlavorLock lids seal in moisture and nutrients
- Oven and broiler safe up to 500 DegreeF
- Induction-cooktop ready
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 14 x 8 in||13.3 x 7.2 x 4.7 in||3.5 x 12.5 x 6.5 in||5.3 x 4.5 x 5 in||5.25 x 6.12 x 13 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Additional Features||Dishwasher Safe||Dishwasher Safe||Dishwasher Safe, Induction Stovetop Compatible||Dishwasher Safe, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Gas Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible||Dishwasher Safe, Induction Stovetop Compatible|
Cook like a pro with this professional stainless steel cookware from Cuisinart. The exclusive PowerBond high impact bonded base heats fast, distributes heat evenly and is induction-cooktop ready. Riveted stainless handles provide strength and durability for ultimate control. Tempered glass FlavorLock lids seal in moisture and nutrients and is oven and broiler safe up to 500 DegreeF for superior versatility.
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It might seem like this is a paid review, but it's not. I'm just a college kid who is really into cooking.
While, I definitely haven't mastered everything, I've made a lot of progress. Coming from non-stick everything, I had to learn how to cook without sticking everything, and mostly I have. I have learned the joys of getting a good sear on meat and deglazing to make a delicious pan sauce, and how nice it is to have skillets and a Dutch oven that can be used in the oven. However, I am glad that the small skillet included in the set is non-stick, since I still need a non-stick skillet for eggs.
The pans have some heft, but are not too heavy to comfortably handle. They feel very sturdy with their riveted handles. Due to the heavy, cladded bottom, these pans heat very evenly, and once they are hot, they hold a lot of heat - so the pan temperature doesn't drop as much when you add cold food to your hot pan. They have nice flat bottoms so they are great for smooth top stoves. I love the glass lids, so you can see what's going on inside without opening the lids.
The handles on the pots and pans stay cool for quite a while when cooking on the stovetop. Eventually they do get warm - if you cook something a long time, expect the handles to be hot. The handles on the lids heat up more quickly, so unless the lid has been on the pan for just a couple of minutes, you should assume that you'll need a pot holder to open the lid. Speaking of lids, although there are only five lids, there is a pot lid that will fit each skillet, so you have a lid to fit any pot/pan.
I found the included 2 qt saucepan awkward for cooking/heating small quantities, so I bought the Cuisinart 8919-14 Professional Stainless Saucepan with Cover, 1-Quart later. That size is perfect for those little jobs. For most people, I think that is the only pot you really need to add to this set.
I had wondered whether the 4qt saute pan would be big enough for stir fries and such for my family of 5. The answer is yes, it's big enough - but just barely. If you cook more than 6 servings you may want to purchase the Cuisinart 89336-30H Professional Stainless Saute with Cover, 6-Quart separately. I really wish that Cuisinart offered the option to purchase the set with either the 4 qt or the 6 qt.
I only hand wash the small non-stick skillet to preserve its non-stick surface. I also use only non-metal utensils with the non-stick skillet.
However, the other pots and pans clean up nicely in the dishwasher. In the event of stubborn food stains, water spots, or rainbow haze, you can renew their new pot shine with Barkeeper's Friend. Although the manual that came with the pans said that superficial scratches caused by using metal utensils on the pots and pans (other than the non-stick) would not affect their usability, I still avoid metal utensils so I don't scratch them up and they stay looking nice.
All in all, I am very pleased with this set. I think this is a great value - with the heavy cladded bottoms on this set I am getting most of the benefits of fully-cladded stainless steel at a fraction of the cost of All-Clad. I hope that these pots and pans will last a lifetime (except the non-stick skillet, since non-stick coatings always seem to wear out).
About a month ago I noticed discoloration around the interior of the pot at the bottom matching where the base is attached. Tried to scour it but no luck so just decided to keep using it. About a week ago I noticed the bottom of the pot was pitted in a few areas so I decided not to use it any more as there would be leaching from the metals under the stainless. I called Cuisinart and they asked me to send some picts via email. They wrote back and said to send them $7 for shipping and they would replace the pot. I see someone wrote the bottom fell off theirs. Perhaps there are some number of these that are below par as the rest of the set I have is fine with no issues...
Very happy with this pot, glad it is in my arsenal.