Features: Bilaminated copper stainless steel (90% copper and
10% 18/10 stainless steel). High Performance: Copper heats more evenly, much faster than other metals and offers superior cooking control. Superior durability: Pans with cast iron handles are 2.5mm thick copper. Pans ...
Saucier Handle material: Stainless steel Surface material: Stainless
steel Elegant, shapely handle is dual riveted for strength and durability Deep seated stainless steel lid seals in heat and moisture Oven safe to 500°F Saucier is compatible with all cooktops, including ...
With its European inspired, tulip shaped design, the
Anolon Nouvelle Copper Stainless Steel 3 1/2 Quart Covered Straining Saucepan makes an elegant statement on stovetops. This versatile saucepan features two pour spouts and a straining lid, making it easy to ...
A double boiler looks like two saucepots, one inside the other. Food
in the upper pot is heated by the boiling water in the pot below.
A saucepan is a metal container of moderate depth, usually having a
long handle and a tight cover. They are great for stewing, boiling and
Sauciers are very similar to saucepans but tend to be shorter and wider
for easier stirring and whisking of sauces.
Butter warmers usually have much larger proportioned rims in relation
to the bottom of the pan than a sauté or paella pan would have. Butter
warmers are typically no bigger than 1.5 quarts.
Do you know the difference between a double boiler and a multi-cooker? How about the difference between a sauté pan and a sauce pan? Head over to our guide to pots and pans to clear up any confusion you have about different cookware types.
With great details on common usage for each different pot and pan type, this guide help make sure you're getting the right type of pot or pan for your cooking needs.