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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...

Best hand cheese grater (Japanese copper?)

by josemartinlopez 2 days ago

What do people like for hand (not rotary or box) cheese graters here, I couldn't find any old threads on these? And are copper graters better than stainless steel, and are the flat Japanese ones go...

Copper pot ID please!

by Nyleve 3 years ago

My husband just pulled this out of his sister's apartment locker. We all assume it belonged to their mother, but I doubt she ever used it as I don't recall her cooking anything. Ever. It's in perfe...


COVENTRY COPPER cookware to buy....

by NORMNESS 6 days ago

I'm looking to BUY a "Coventry Copper" pan and pot...used or new?

Well, now we know how Soy Turkiye makes their silver lined copper pans and probably how other makers used to do it before electroplating

by WSP_Lee 12 days ago

If you don't want to watch the video, the short answer is they just basically "weld" (probably using the wrong term) two sheets of silver & copper together.

Stainless-lined copper pans from the 1970s

by ellabee 6 years ago

On a raw, wintry, should-be-spring-but-isn't day, I'm procrastinating on cleaning chores by poring through The Cook's Catalogue. This book, acquired by my parents soon after publication in 1975, co...

Thickness of Aluminum Layer in Sauciers

by westes 16 days ago

The Demeyere Proline skillets have a massive 3.8 mm aluminum layer. This makes them very heavy, but if you own one you know that this product performs incredibly well. Everyone who has cooked in...

2.5 mm copper with stainless handles -- what are my options?

by AFiller 17 days ago

Hi, I'm looking for a 2.3 (+0.2) mm copper pan with stainless handles (and stainless interior). Having looked at countless threads on Chowhound, I see that Falk satisfies this criterion quite nicel...

Cooking in a Copper Fish Poacher?

by redlights 19 days ago

I think the final frontier of my copper collection would be a Copper Fish Poacher/Poissonniere. I don't allow purely decorative pots and pans in my kitchen because I don't have the space for them, ...

Compare stainless-lined copper…

by cameronreddy 2 years ago

So a friend traded me some items for a microphone, and one is the pictured crepe pan. It’s not in great shape, obviously, with a dent I’ll try to fix, but what I thought was interesting is to compa...

Diffuser plate/slab for more even and constant searing?

by Sear101 18 days ago

The purpose: Searing a protein on a non-reactive surface, 18/10, after a sous vide cook. The problem: My stainless pans won’t hold up to temperature drop. My Himalayan salt rock does do the job...

Copper Discounts at W-S

by kaleokahu 19 days ago

On one of my rare trips into a Williams-Sonoma store this afternoon, I spotted two steeply-discounted copper cookware items that are relatively uncommon: (1) A Ruffoni hammered, tinned 4-piece ...

Fun with the 40cm Rondeau

by ceasar2k6 20 days ago

About 6 weeks ago, I finally grabbed the rondeau from E.Dihellerin. Finally, today, I found the time to use it. I made a large batch of bolognese, so hopefully last over the next few month :). I...

Jacques Pepin’s cookware

by damiano 1 month ago

So, with all the attention being given to Jacques Pepin’s knives, here is what I’ve just encountered on my fb wall. Who can identify what pans he has?

Sticky tin on copper frypan

by coppernew101 1 month ago

I have a Mauviel 2.5mm tin lined pan that was recently tinned together with another 3mm saute by me. The Mauviel, food sticks no matter what I do. It starts out nonstick and as soon as the heat get...

Mauviel Triply Copper

by alexrander 1 month ago

Been around for years but getting some attention lately from a recent blog. Please hold the hysteria. It’s .5 mm copper clad to an aluminum core with a stainless steel lining.

Advice on Navarini Rame silver lined copper skillet

by josemartinlopez 1 month ago

I bought 9 pieces of Navarini Rame copper pans, from a huge rondeau and 34 cm skillet to a 16 cm skillet and 12 cm pot for eggs. (Original post: https://www.chowhound.com/post/unboxing-9-piece-set-...

Unboxing my 9-piece set of Navarini Rame tin-lined copper

by josemartinlopez 2 months ago

My Navarini Rame tin-lined copper skillets, pots and rondeau were shipped some time back, but I got too busy to open all the boxes. I got these via the Archibald London sale. Here are long delayed...

Cooking shakshuka in a tin-lined copper skillet?

by josemartinlopez 2 months ago

When I try cooking shakshuka for one in a stainless steel skillet, some of the crushed tomato and diced onion and bell peppers sometimes form a burnt crust at the bottom. Would this be easier avoid...

Copper pot lining - tin, nickel or stainless?

by Konuku 2 months ago

I know people have asked about their pot's lining on this forum so I hope you can help. I am a copper pot novice. This is literally my first copper pot! I bought it from a flea market in France yes...

Help finding a big (32-36cm) rondeau

by SheikYabouti 2 months ago

I’ve spent many hours reading this forum over the last couple of weeks and have purchased some Demeyere and Mauviel pieces based on what I learnt. Next I’m looking for a big rondeau but I can’t see...