Emeril by All-Clad E9234664 Stainless Steel 5-Quart Soup Pot with Pour Spouts with Glass Lid, Silver
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- 18/10 stainlees steel construction
- Pour spouts and straining lid
- Glass lid included
- Dishwasher Safe
- Lifetime warranty
- 18/10 Stainless Steel cookware with a high performance aluminum
- Ergonomically designed handle for balance, control and comfort
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This Emeril Stainless Steel 5 Quart Soup Pot is ideal for making soups, sauces, stocks and stews. Plus it comes with a glass and stainless steel lid. This pot in the line features a layer of aluminum sandwiched between layers of stainless steel on the bottom that allows for better heat conductivity
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I used this pot to make Osso Bucco which had to be braised for three hours in the oven and it came out fabulous. In addition, I was able to drain some of the juice off using the pour spouts on the Emeril Stainless Steel 5-Quart Soup Pot with Pour Spouts and Lidpot. Another great benefit was it cleaned up like a charm.
I love it and wished I had had one years ago.
I purchased a 14 piece Emeril Stainless set in 2008, and I have been very happy with it. The fit, finish and especially the base design were all up to the demands of my GE Profile ceramic cooktop, which had mercilessly warped all pans that came before the Emeril set.
I recently purchased this 5 Qt soup pot. When it arrived, I was disappointed to see that a number of changes have been made in the product. So many changes, in fact, that the new pot is not a match for my existing set. The handle, lid and base design have all been modified, and in each case, the appearance, heft and quality have been reduced. The fit of the lid is also poorer. Most alarming is the changes in the base. The core material used here is not copper. The weight and thickness of the base has been reduced significantly (30-40%). There is a large dimple in the base now, reducing the surface contact. (Take note, those with ceramic or high output cooktops) There is no getting around the fact that mass of the base matters. It affects the distribution of heat in the pan, and how resilient the pan will be to abuse.
I guess its partly my fault for assuming that a product sold by the same brand and line (Emeril Stainless) would be the same product. This is not. I will be returning the pot to Emeril, or Martha, or whoever. Oh well it was nice while it lasted.
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