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Thanks for joining us for Cookware Week! In case you missed it, we shared our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances, plus intel on how to care for all of it, the best recipes to...

Is this pitting in my copper pan?

by cheesyonion 5 days ago

I've got a new Falk copper rondeau, and I've noticed that there is a mark on the stainless steel inside. I can feel it (albeit slightly) when I rub my finger past it, but I don't know what it is. C...

Vintage copper finds at the flea market

by Eiron 11 days ago

I unexpectedly found some decent vintage copper yesterday. I’ve been looking for a bare copper mixing bowl for a while now. Every now and then I see a bowl at Marshalls/TJMaxx, but I always hesitat...

Is this the best cookware for my needs?

by cheesyonion 24 days ago

Hi I’m relatively new to cooking (and completely new to this site), and I’m looking for some advice on which cookware would best suit my needs. I know that cookware doesn’t maketh the cook, but ...

Funny smell when cooking in tin lined pan

by Curlyjeepgirl 23 days ago

I made pasta and shrimp tonight in a tin lined copper pan and i noticed a weird smell from the pan. I bought the pan newly lined but unused. Does this happen at first?

Thin is In

by mobiledynamics 29 days ago

With my new micrometer, I find myself measuring the cookware.......to have some clarity on the relationship of it's published diameter vs internet blog published thickness, vs. what I am measuring ...

Tin lining - in what condition?

by MartinG 1 month ago

I found this beautiful hammered copper sauté pan at a flee market for 50 swedish SEK (about 5 USD). The lining shows no copper but after careful cleaning there are still black and some small brown ...

Why have a daubiere if you have a cocotte?

by Curlyjeepgirl 1 month ago

I love copper daubieres. They just look so elegant. They are pricey so if I bought one I’d want to use it. Are there any benefits to one over a stain cocotte, besides being a little higher? Don’t t...

Is copper the best material for a roasting pan?

by IowaInquisitive 1 year ago

I'm buying myself a good roasting pan for Christmas. I'd appreciate any suggestions from those of you with experience roasting fairly large cuts of meat like a goose, standing rib-roast, etc. in a...

Kirkland Signature 5 Ply Copper Core

by KPisupati 9 years ago

Has anyone purchased this set or are using it? I can't afford All Clad and this seems like a great deal. Anyone? Here is the link any pros/cons would be great http://www.costco.com/Browse/Produ...

Soy Turkiye tin lead free?

by Curlyjeepgirl 1 month ago

I’m interested in getting a stockpot from Soy Turkiye. They are beautiful. I’m a Little concerned that the tin lining may not be as pure as what can be found in the US? I don’t know if Turkey ha...

Kitchenaid® 5-Ply Copper Core Stainless Steel

by VFish 1 month ago

Has anyone seen or used this line? "The Kitchenaid 5-Ply Copper Core Stainless Steel Skillet perfectly blends beauty and utility for a superb cooking experience. Thermally efficient 5-ply de...

Cookware Performance on Induction (Part 4)

by VFish 2 months ago

I had to start a new thread, because there are over 330 posts on the other one. Today's results are quite interesting. I took the Demeyere Atlantis 24 and 28 cm saute pans along with the Lagost...

Handles on Matfer Bourgeat copper pans

by DonaldT123 10 months ago

I wanted to ask those members who own and use Matfer Bourgeat copper pans, how they like their handles? While I've been happy overall with the performance of my Atelier De Cuivre copper pans, their...

Use vintage cookware or showpiece?

by Curlyjeepgirl 2 months ago

Argh! Missed out on eBay. There was a huge 18 qt old 4mm thick pot with beveled bottom that I found and when I went back to purchase someone beat me to it. Oh well. I was going to buy it for show...

The Great Copper Cookware Gallery on Chowhound

by SognSpatula 9 months ago

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 ...

Matfer Bourgeat mystery copper cookware - where to buy ?

by CHSeifert 3 months ago

I find it quite odd and mysterious, that Matfer Bourgeat copper cookware is so hard to find in stores. I have never seen it in Denmark, and a search online only had results from Amazon and some US...

Cookware Performance on Induction (Part 3)

by VFish 3 months ago

And now for something completely different. I'd like to start off this round with a purchase I decided upon, because for a saucier, I *really* wanted the responsiveness of copper. It had been n...

large Mazzetti copper stock pot, thick enough?

by dajpearl 2 months ago

Hi. I recently purchased a 32 cm, 14 qt stock pot, and I'm wondering if I should try to change to thicker material, or maybe cancel. Their pots default to using 2mm copper foil, which means it's th...