Crepes pan. Cast iron handle. High performance. Copper
heats more evenly, much faster than other metals and offers superior cooking control. Superior durability. Non reactive interior preserves taste and nutritional qualities of foods. Easy to clean and no re ...
These pans are both practical and showy. Our (wife and I) cooking ranges from the simplest to fairly elaborate. Using this pan is like using any fine tool, a pleasure. The THICK copper portion of theThese pans are both practical and showy. Our (wife and I) cooking ranges from the simplest to fairly elaborate. Using this pan is like using any fine tool, a pleasure. The THICK copper portion of the pan distributes the heat very evenly. The entire crepe is done uniformly at the same time. The stainless steel inside surface is not non-stick, but a little spray and everything is easy. A fine pan. The only negitive is that the highly polished copper surface scratches easily, but this is a copper surface and that is as anyone would expect. Cleans up well with a good copper cleaner.
- Copper Bill in Wallace, CA
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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.