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Farberware Classic Series Stainless Steel Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set
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- Set includes: 1 Qt. Covered Saucepan, 1.5 Qt. Covered Saucepan, 2 Qt. Covered Saucepan, 5.5 Qt. Covered Saucepot, 7" Nonstick Aluminum Skillet, 9" Nonstick Aluminum Skillet
- The "Full Cap" Base Advantage means a stainless steel protector surrounds a thicker aluminum core for easy maintenance and better heat distribution
- Snug-fitting lids lock in flavor and moisture; classically styled phenolic handles are oven safe up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
- This cookware is dishwasher safe for convenience, except for the aluminum nonstick skillets which should be washed by hand
- Farberware is manufactured and sold pursuant to a license from Farberware Licensing Company, LLC
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|Finish Types||mirror_satin||non-stick||stainless_steel||Mirror Satin||Non-stick|
|Item Dimensions||18.5 x 10.75 x 12.5 in||23 x 14 x 11.25 in||17.5 x 10 x 7 in||19 x 12 x 8 in||23 x 11 x 15.75 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||18-10 Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Number of Pieces||10||10||10||1||1|
Farberware Classic cookware combines today’s technology with the iconic style and quality that Farberware has delivered for 100 years. Heavy-gauge stainless steel is polished to a mirror finish. There’s a thick aluminum core base fully surrounded by stainless steel on the saucepans, saucepot and stockpot, which promotes rapid, even heating. The shatter-resistant glass lids with their eye-catching knobs have a dome shape and the rims, which are rolled for drip-free pouring, fit snugly inside the pan, reducing drips. Phenolic handles with their iconic styling are heat resistant on the stove top and oven safe to 350°F. Farberware Classic provides maximum durability and performance, with a familiar profile that families have treasured for decades. This cookware is dishwasher safe for convenience, except for the aluminum nonstick skillets which should be washed by hand.
This wonderful set is perfect for large family meals like spaghetti with meatballs, a big pot of chicken noodle soup, or Beef Stroganoff, these pots and pans also come in handy for making solo meals. Whether you’re making eggs and bacon for breakfast or a grilled cheese sandwich for lunch, you’ll always have the right pans nearby. This set includes essential pieces needed for both everyday meals and holiday feasts.
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I've owned it for about 2.5 years....no regrets. I love the pots, they are my favorite part of it and what gets used the most. Sure they have gotten some discoloration from cooking...part of life, sorry folks. They clean easily even if you accidentally burn something in them, I know from experience. They have some of that rainbow discoloration from water. Not horribly though. That's mainly the inside, the outside basically looks like perfect stainless steel.
There are some hard water circles/deposits. That's just part of life where I live. There are ways to remove it, so no huge concerns there.
Now...my pots are well cared for. They do not stay dirty long after use. I scrub them with a sponge. I have never once attacked them with stainless steel wool or anything more rough than a sponge for cleaning, nor have I felt the need to. I assume that wouldn't cause you any issues with it, but no guarantees, as I have not tried it.
Onwards - the skillets. At this time, 2.5 years of ownership down the road, I look at the skillets and feel they need to be replaced. The teflon(sp?) coating is starting to chip off. I recently bought some stainless steel skillets so I don't have to worry about teflon coating chipping off into my food. Don't get me wrong, these non-stick pans worked absolutely wonderfully for quite some time. But age has it's way with things and these two little guys have seen a lot of use. I now use the non-stick pans as little as possible due to the teflon chipping off, mainly for eggs, which I will probably eventually/soon replace them with new non-stick pans that I need not have concerns on chipping teflon for some time with.
I love the little bowls with lids. Love them. I use them fairly regularly. My only complaint was that they do not have larger sizes. They have these three, and then I have two more that are progressively larger. I use the little one for dips, cheese balls, the like. I use the middle sized one the least. I use the bigger one for storing washed fruit, typically grapes or something similar...I have made a big batch of guacamole and put it in the bigger bowl with the lid, works great...I have never tested these plastic lids with something hot inside of the bowl. These aren't items I use daily, but I do use them regularly and love them.
Lastly...the baking sheet/pan. The pan is truly non-stick. I remember early on after purchasing it I made super cheesy enchiladas in two pans. They got stuck in the other pan, and slid right out of this one. It is still nicely non-stick with few exceptions. It has some scratches along the edges due to unnamed persons using a fork to do things like get slices of cake out of the pan. And there is one mar in the very center of the pan where someone used a knife to slice something (I believe cake) in the pan and cut the coating of the pan. I watch this closely for signs of rust as I will feel the need to discard the pan should this occur. But other than some mishandling by various individuals, the baking pan has been great.
The baking sheet...ehhhh...it's okay. It is my least favorite piece of the set. It pops when it gets hot in the oven. At least mine does. Like...you put it in as a flat baking sheet, and as it starts heating it pops and one end kind of twists slightly, leaving the pan no longer flat. I've actually had it pop/bend so hard/suddenly that it's done some food tossing...not all over my oven or anything, but definitely misplaced it from where it had been put. Also, in cleaning this, if you do not use a paper towel or something to dry the end of the handle (underneath where it's bent over/curled over to make a smooth handle to grab...it rusts. The water gets trapped in the little space and it rusts. I still use this piece, but I'm very ehh about it. Mine is very discolored/not very pretty anymore. Something got burnt on it and the elbow grease to scrub it off left the surface marred and removed some of the non-stick coating.
I'm extremely disappointed in the poor quality of the new Farberware utensils I bought elsewhere. I bought because of the name and past experience, but sadly it's no longer the high quality it used to be.
Good news: I like the glass lids and the non-stick fry pans. The pans lay flat on my glass cooktop and, so far, are truly non-stick, and have high sides to catch oil & splatter, so I'm happy with these pieces.