It was recently mentioned in another thread that we should have a central gallery for copper cookware since so little real info is available online. This is that thread.
So post up your copper pots and pans here. Tell us a little about them: who made them, when they were made, how they're lined, what you do with them, what you do or don't like about them, etcetera.
Solo or comparative shots are welcome, just try to label what you're posting clearly.
Thanks in advance for sharing your treasures with us.
I'll start with a single workhorse of mine: a 24cm Matfer Bourgeat sauté. It was purchased in 2017, so the copper is 2.5mm bi-metal, the handle is cast iron, and the lining is stainless steel.
Cooking for two people, this pan does everything. It sautés veggies. It browns meat, deglazes nicely, and goes in the oven to finish.
Desert island pan? Maybe.
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