KitchenAid Gourmet Stainless Steel 10-Piece Cookware Set
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- Includes: 1-1/2 Qt. and 3 Qt. Covered Saucepans, 8 Qt. Covered Stockpot, 3 Qt. Covered Saute, 8-1/2-inch and 10-inch Skillets
- Dishwasher safe for convenience
- Thick aluminum core at base gives superior heating efficiency; encapsulated in stainless steel for durability and suitable for all stovetops including glass and induction
- Handles crafted of a combination of soft silicone and quality stainless steel: oven safe to 400 degrees F
- Glass lids feature a unique silicone rim to create a tight seal, help lock in flavor and prevent rattling.
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|Color||Silver||Silver||Stainless Steel||Polished||Silver||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||13.75 x 23.25 x 13.75 in||14.2 x 24.2 x 10.7 in||11.42 x 26.18 x 14.57 in||9.6 x 22.2 x 15.5 in||14.37 x 26.26 x 12.09 in||13 x 22.75 x 19 in|
|Material Type||Aluminum||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Number of Pieces||10||1||1||1||13||1|
|Size||10 Piece||12 Piece||1||1||13-Piece||10-Piece|
This cookware set is an exceptional value, including all of the pans needed to equip your kitchen with the most used cooking pieces. As the set contains only basic pieces, you'll really use each and every pan. It includes saucepans for whisking a homemade sauce or cooking your morning oatmeal, a big stockpot for soups, stews or boiling pasta, and skillets (probably the most used pan in any kitchen) that will help you turn out perfect crepes or a simple grilled cheese sandwich. The set also includes a saute pan, a wide, straight-sided pan that can perform many of the functions of a skillet but features deep sides for extra capacity, perfect for one dish meals. Start your dish in this pan by sauteing onions and browning meat, then add your liquid and other ingredients into the same pan to finish on the stovetop or in the oven.
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So, when I had a chance to get this cool new cookware set from the famed KitchenAid folks, I jumped on it.
And, I am glad I did. This is a pretty "cool" set (and "cool" has a double-meaning here). Each piece is well crafted and solid. No thin cheapo stuff here.
You get two saucepans, a stockpot and a sauté pan- all with good solid glass covers with the neatest silicon rubber seals I have seen. And, two fry pans.
The glass covers allow you to watch your food, while sealing in the heat and steam when needed. They also don't rattle.
They also come with a silicon rubber pad under the heavy handle. This means that a heavy pot doesn't cut into your hand when lifting, it decreases fatigue. It also protected my hand from getting burnt when I forgot the potholder- NICE! That's the other "cool" part.
(Still, one should always use hand protection anyway. "Important safety tip. Thanks, Egon.").
They also clean up just fine, just about as well as "non-stick". Just a spritz of oil spray and they were spotless with little effort. I even "torture tested" one, leaving stuff overnite and it still cleaned up spotless.
Now, in this paean of praise, I do want to say one thing- I still like my old inherited cast iron frypan (It's older than I am!). I think it does a better job even than these stainless steel & aluminum marvels for certain fry jobs, like steaks (And I do like a good steak!). But of course, seasoning and maintaining good cast iron is a long term process, and not for everyone. However, for me, for this set, I would have preferred one more saucepan and one less frypan.
Gorgeous set, perfect for as a gift- wedding, housewarming or that bachelor you may know.
I have dropped off all my old stuff to the Salvation Army folks.... except my cast iron, of course!
Unpacking them, we thought these will be great to use:
- The handles are sturdy and easy to grip
- The handles have hard-rubber like material underneath that make them easy to grab and not so hot
- The steel is brilliant and the finishing fantastic
- The thickness of the metal makes them feel high class and very sturdy
We were cooking some vegetables and put the lid on the skillet. Not an uncommon thing to do, but when we checked the pot, the lid was stuck!
It wasn't that easy to work with when the pan was so hot, so we let it cool thinking that the pan and the lid would come unstuck. Nope.
Big problem, we were going out of town the next day. So not only did we not have the food we cooked, we had to put the pan in the fridge to try to work on it when we got back from our trip.
This was not a good way to get going with the set.
Even when the pan was completely cooled, we couldn't get the lid off. We tried running it under cold water, hot water, we were pulling very hard to try to get the lid off, and no go.
Finally after getting back from our trip, we were able to fit the edge of a spoon between the rubber part of the lid and the pan and pry the lid off.
Whew. We'd be careful to not let that happen again...right?
Well, it happened again with one of the pots and the lid. The lid got stuck and wouldn't come off and we were trying to watch for to prevent it from happening!
The trick to getting the pans and lids unstuck, in case it happens to you, is to get the edge of a sturdy spoon, and to place it at the rubber part of the lid just over the handle of the pot, then you can use the pot's handle for leverage to pop the top off.
It wouldn't be such a big deal, but these are very nice cookware pieces. You'd think that this sort of thing would have been tested for.
So if lids suctioned to their pans is something you don't mind, go for. If not, get ready to pump some iron, er, steel.
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