Calphalon Tri Ply Stainless Steel 13 Piece Cookware Set – Cooking equipment is essential for the harmony of the family, especially for the little one who loves food. Need a good enough equipment so that in processing the dishes to be good and it felt did not disappoint.
The Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 13-Piece Cookware Set is meticulously crafted with polished, stainless steel exteriors and satin finished interiors for reliable performance that looks great in your kitchen. Tri-Ply stainless is designed with two layers of stainless steel and an aluminum core for excellent heat conductivity, ensuring even and consistent heating on all types of cook tops.
Designed for reliable everyday cooking, this 13-piece set features everything you need for searing, simmering, boiling, and more.
What’s in the Box:
- 8-inch omelette pan
- 10-inch omelette pan12-inch omelette pan
- 1.5-quart sauce pan and cover
- 2.5-quart sauce pan and cover
- 3-quart chef’s pan and cover
- 3-quart sauté pan and cover
- 6-quart stock pot and cover
Calphalon Tri Ply Stainless Steel 13 Piece Cookware Set Photos
Here are some opinions from people who already use Calphalon Tri Ply Stainless Steel 13 Piece Cookware Set.
By L. Connellyon May 24, 2016
Everything I have read and heard about these pans from Calphalon is true! We bought these because we recently upgraded to a Bosch 800 series induction cook top.
Pros: Very strong construction, love the triple welded handles. Covers fit snug and also well made. Very solid feel, they are not light weight. Heat distribution is VERY even. They clean up very nicely, and look professional grade. We are very happy we made this purchase!
Cons: Only drawback for us was the narrow design of the handles. The weight of the pans, plus adding in ingredients, makes the narrow handles dig into the hands a little. We resolved this by purchasing after market, slide on handles, that make them very comfortable.
By econ November 4, 2016
We have worked in restaurants for over 30 years & have amassed a collection of restaurant supply house stainless steel sauté pans & pots. We recently remodeled our kitchen & ended up with a radiant glass cooktop. Something I do not recommend if you like to cook, should’ve researched better. Turns out our old warhorse pans are not compatible with our delicate flower of a cooktop. Hard use over the years has resulted in warped bottoms. With great reluctance, we searched for a new set. Have to say, while we resent not being able to use our existing cookware, this Calphalon is pretty snazzy. Has a good heft & really does do a good job of even heating. We never felt the need to show off for our dinner guests with shiny pots, the food produced was enough, but now it will be an added bonus.
Don’t be afraid of stainless steel. It just takes some getting used to if you’re used to non-stick. Pre heating is a must. Allowing the pot to cool before rinsing is too (a rule we didn’t follow, hence our warped cookware). For the bad reviews who say cooking an egg is an impossible feat in a stainless pan, it is just not so. See the pics for proof. If a pan is heated properly, nothing will stick to a stainless pan.
By John Carteron January 3, 2016
First, transaction was flawless. A+. Second, like others I am learning to cook without “teflon”. The test for me is eggs. I have always cooked with gas, but when we vacation and rent cabins or condos they always seem to be electric. Many of them also have stainless cookware. I almost always burned the eggs. Electric + stainless + me = burnt dishes. However, I researched and have learned to pre-heat slowly, moderate the temperature, and utilize a little oil (noting not to use spray oils). I have mastered the eggs! It is like cooking a roux without burning it and getting it just right – it takes time. I have also cooked other dishes with great success. My spouse cooked a dish, but heated it too quickly and without any oil, which discolored the finish. But, no problem, the bar keeper’s friend rubbed it right out. I am very pleased!
Well if you’re interested in using a Calphalon Tri Ply Stainless Steel 13 Piece Cookware Set?