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Cuisinart MCP117-16BR MultiClad Pro Stainless 16-Inch Rectangular Roaster with Rack
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- 20.8 inches including the 16-inch length of the roasting surface and the handles
- Stainless Triple Ply Construction
- Heat Surround Technology
- Solid Stainless Steel Rack
- Induction Ready, Dishwasher Safe
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|Item Dimensions||20.75 x 6.25 x 13.25 in||20.75 x 6.25 x 13.25 in||12 x 15.75 x 5.5 in||13.75 x 16.25 x 4.25 in||14.75 x 20 x 5.75 in||3 x 16 x 3 in|
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|Size||16 inches||16 inches||14-inch||Roaster with V-Rack||14-inch||large|
An essential piece of cookware for family dinners, parties, and holiday celebrations, the Cuisinart Roasting Pans are designed to hold turkeys, chickens, and large roasts. Riveted stainless steel handles make placing the Roasters into the oven, and lifting it out, safe and hassle-free. Solid stainless steel racks allow heat to circulate and let meat or poultry drain as it cooks. The roaster is dishwasher safe and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
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We do not use the roasting pan on the stovetop, so there's no chance that it's due to over heating just one spot.
We figured that it might be a one time thing, so we used it again and another section started to pit/flake.
By this point, we were past Amazon's return policy date. It took a while for Cuisinart to get back to us, but we were able to start the warranty process only to discover that this item isn't available in Canada, so there's nothing they can do even though they admit that it looks like a manufacturing defect.
I know it's been several months, but is there anything that Amazon can do to help?
I've returned three of these and kept one. Here's the history:
November 2012, $85: The top of one side was dented badly enough that the top edge had a ripple. This did not occur in shipping--both the product box and shipping box were undamaged--so it probably left the factory that way. I sent it back for an exchange without making a close examination for additional flaws. I did notice, however, that the rack had a really nice smooth matte finish.
December 2012: The replacement was a keeper (sort of). The bottom of the roaster is mostly flat, but liquid tends to pool a bit about the sides (unlike Cuisnart's Multiclad pots and pans which are completely flat on the bottom). The pooling is not consistent, so it's not clear if the pan is designed to have a channel or not. Either way, the manufacturing is sloppy. If you turn it over you can see that the bottom joins to the sides differently as you go around the pan. Some places there is a 90 curve between the bottom and the side. Other places it's more than 90 degrees so that a channel forms. Anyway, it works fine for cooking gravy on a gas stove top, but will not make contact everywhere on an electric glass top. There have been no issues with flaking or pitting. The rack is smooth matte, and welds are reasonably well finished. The rack handles are a bit crooked.
June 2014, $55: The date of manufacture was stamped on the bottom, causing a small bump up in the interior of the pan. The previous pans did not have date stamps, and Cuisinart Multiclad pots and pans are engraved rather than stamped. AS THEY SHOULD BE. What kind of moron damages a product by crudely stamping the date into it? The pooling was more pronounced. The rack had a cheap shiny look and rough surfaces throughout, and the welds were poorly finished. One of the rack handles was at an obvious angle. I called Cuisinart and asked if this was normal quality for this product (okay, dumb question). The rep asked where I bought the pan and then transferred me to Amazon customer service without another word. Shipped back to Amazon for an exchange.
June 2014: The replacement had a stamped manufacture date again, but the bottom was flatter, and the rack was acceptable quality (straight handles, smooth surfaces, okay welds). Now, however, there was something new: several small streaks of powdery black gunk stuck to the interior of the pan. Looked like something left over from the manufacturing process. Cleaned it up and decided the pan was good enough to keep. Using the patented Mark Bittman 45-minute-turkey method, I cooked a bird, and it turned out perfectly--well-browned all over, tender, moist, delicious--but when I cleaned up I noticed that a 1/4" diameter piece of the stainless surface had flaked off. Never figured out where THAT went, but the pan went back to Amazon.
At this point I have given up on Cuisinart and am roasting stuff in cast iron pots and pans, although that won't work for turkey.
Amazon was great on the returns--no arguments and no shipping charges.
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