One of the most used pans in any
well equipped kitchen. Skillets have sloped sides so that foods slide out easily. Used for cooking omelets, pancakes, quesadillas, sauteing vegetables, searing steaks, fish and poultry. The nonstick surface makes cleanup ...
Oval skillet. Porcelain II collection. Long lasting nonstick
interior allows food to slide off and makes cleanup quick and easy. Rubberized dual riveted handle is comfortable and oven safe to 350°F. Unique oval shape allows to fit on one ...
Nothing cooks like cast iron over an open
flame. Now you can prepare delicious, healthier fajitas on your grill with that same great grilled flavor you have come to love. The wooden serving tray conveniently supports the skillet, so ...
Solid construction is the most common type of cookware. It has a solid metal body, and often comes with a non-stick finish. Ply construction cookware also called Clad cookware, has multiple layers of metal bonded together, often around a copper or aluminum core. This type of cookware is heavier and provides very uniform heat distribution but is generally more expensive than solid cookware.
Often stainless steel cookware features a base coating or bonded core of aluminum or copper. These metals are superior conductors of heat relative to stainless steel and improve the heat distribution and overall performance of the cookware.