Emeril by All-Clad E884SC Chef's Stainless Steel Cookware Set, 12-Piece, Silver
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- Pour and strain measuring sauce pan, measuring marks in sauce pans and stockpot
- Compatible with all cooktops, including induction
- PRO-CLAD design Chef's handle makes it easy to saute, stir, and carry pans
- Dishwasher safe and Life time warranty
- 18/10 stainless steel construction, aluminum encapsulated base with bonded base distributes heat evenly
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18-10 Steel|
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First of all, the Emeril pots and pans are by far the lightest weight. The Rachael Ray comes in the middle with very thick bottoms and thinner sides, and the Kitchen Aid is by bar the thickest and heaviest. I think what you want here is going to come down to personal preference. The RR and the Emeril brands have clear glass lids, while the KA is all stainless. All of the Emeril pieces are standard sizes, whereas you get really deep pieces in the RR collection. The KA pieces are just substantial.
The handles on the RR and KA have protective grips, whereas the Emeril handles are all stainless. I think this is going to personal preference as well. Do you want a sleek all stainless appearance or is having protective grip handles more important?
The Emeril set has some nice features that you don't find in the others. The pots all have measurement lines engraved inside the pots so you can fill to your specific needs without having to grab a measuring cup. The saucepan has pour spouts on each side with a lid you can twist to keep it sealed while cooking then open for pouring from the pan. Also included in this set is a vegetable steamer/strainer basket to fit in your large pot (I love this!). You also get the small wok shape pan.
Overall, this is a great set of cookware with nice features. When compared with the others for cooking performance, I don't notice much difference.Read more ›
Most of my cooking is currently done with Cooks Standard Multi-Ply Clad Stainless-Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set. It's beautiful, tough, heats evenly, and...overall, better than this Emeril set, though Emeril does win out in a couple of features.
First off, both sets look awesome. Both are made in China, so it's a level playing field. This Emeril set has glass lids, whereas the Cooks Standard has mirror-shiny stainless lids. I prefer the steel lids because the glass looks cheaper, and when I'm cooking, looking "through" the glass usually does nothing at all: I see steam.
Next, both sets heat quickly and evenly. Preheat and apply some olive oil, and you have yourself a stick-free pan, either way. But again, this Emeril set lags behind a bit: The Cooks Standard set has handles that DO NOT heat up. Emeril...they get warmer and warmer; cook long enough, and they're going to be hot. Also, the surface area of the smallest skillets is different, with the Emeril one having quite a small surface that actually comes into contact with the heating element. It's deeper than the Cooks Standard, but I don't use a frying pan to cook top-down; more heating area is better for how and what I cook.
Unpacking this set for the first time, I felt the Emeril pots and pans felt a bit lightweight to what I was used to. Then I had to put my theory to the test.Read more ›
I like to write a long review and I've been using these pans exclusively for about 2 months as I thought about what folks might want to know about this set. I like this set pretty well for what it's good at; I feel the same way about a lot of different kinds of cookware and so I will talk about appearance, quality, ease of use/ergonomics, cooking performance, cleanup, and how different parts of the set stack up to other things I like to use.
First off: appearance. The first week out of the box I had every piece out on my rangetop and counter. It's gorgeous. This is good chrome steel with a nice mirror finish on the outside and a nice satin finish on the inside. I expect it to develop a nice patina - indeed some of the pans are already headed that way - and if you like a nice looking set of cookware you won't go wrong here.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had these pots and pans for about 2 years and love them. They are so attractive that I have them hanging on my kitchen wall so everyone can see them. Read morePublished 20 days ago by JudyRT
As a pan, these are nice but I HATE that they are nonstick. It cooks my fish beautifully then I try to flip it, and it sticks. Pans this expensive shouldn't stick.Published 1 month ago by Lauren C.
The pots are great but everything sticks to these pans. I've used high heat oil and it burns immediately even with lowering the heat. I would not recommend these to anyone.Published 1 month ago by Nicole
It's not a $2000 dollar all-clad set but its built really well & does the job extremely well... Not a fan of the glass lids but that cuts down the cost since glass is much cheaper... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bobbee Papp
I love using stainless steel cookware because you can abuse it with no ill effects. Metal spatula, Brillo pad, oven use... all no problem. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bean
It came a lot sooner than promised, which is always a plus in my book. This set has all the same features that my $1000 set had. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tiko Landers
My mother purchased a set for a total cost of over $300 in 2011. Supposed to have a 5 year warranty. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lisa Rott
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