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New! FALK COPPER Induction Cookware

by alexrander 11 days ago

That’s right, and it’s their 2.5 mm copper pans with an induction bottom that extends to the edge and a centimeter up the side. “The latest iteration of the Falk Copper Pot has come as a resul...

When *not* to use copper?

by fallenguru 12 days ago

In the last couple of weeks I've spent a lot of time researching cookware, because I have (the luxury of being able) to start more or less from scratch, and I want to get it right. My conclusion s...


De Buyer Inocuive/Prima Matera copper finish?

by CHSeifert 5 days ago

I wonder if any owners of De Buyer Inocuive/Prima Matera copper cookware can tell me if the copper finish is harder to polish compared to the copper finish on Mauviel and Falk copper cookware ? ...

Craigslist Copper

by justin89k 13 days ago

I'm looking what looks to be two tin lined brass handled William Sonoma Villedieu copper gratin pans on craigslist in my area for $150. One is 12x8 and the other is 10.5 by 7. The tin seem to be in...

Dutch ovens/cocottes/casserole pots: Staub, Copco, or Falk?

by GL003 3 months ago

I've been reading around a lot about LC vs Staub, etc., but one question I'm curious about is that when it comes to dutch ovens/cocottes/casserole pots, which one of the following three is the most...

Is this a known copper manufacturer?

by harrism 16 days ago

Title says it all. This is the only mark I found on a 8" sauté pan I picked up yesterday. Does it tell you anything, other than that it was made in France, that is?

"New" Duparquet Copper Pan; look at those rivets!

by pinkmagnolia921 1 month ago

While browsing eBay, I stumbled upon this listing, which is the first time I've seen the "new" Duparquet on ebay. The inside rivets look huge to me. Am I correct, or is it just the angle and ligh...

What’s your favourite copper cookware brand?

by CHSeifert 23 days ago

I only own copper cookware from Mauviel M250c (2 sauter pans and a Rondeau) and from Falk 2.5 Signature (4 conical saucepans and soon 3 frying pans). I really enjoy the performance and the feel....

Best Non Stick Pan for Eggs that you can use a 'metal utensil' on

by bombadilio 1 month ago

This is a serious question so please refrain from any snarky comments ;-) I love cooking and have had a #1 rule of never using metal on any of my non stick pans. So I was a bit odd when I saw th...

Mauviel in trouble?

by FlamBay 28 days ago

A buddy of mine who works for a German knife manufacturer was telling me that he was at a trade show in Germany earlier this month that is the who's-who of European brands. He said that Mauviel wa...

Falk Fans

by Nannybakes 1 month ago

This is the 18cm saucepan, as I was cleaning it, I realized there is a rather large gap between the handle and the pot. There is also a gap at the top edge as well, If anyone else has this pan, wou...

Calling all copper detectives...

by betsy_VA 2 months ago

I'd like to ask your help to look into something I've found -- or rather, what I haven't found -- in Mauviel's history. Mauviel 1830 says, clearly and repeatedly, that the company was founded in...

D, H, & M Co. Copper Polenta Pot

by gardenvespers 1 month ago

Hi All, I found this D, H, & M Co. copper pot at an antique shop in Vermont yesterday. It has a layer of thick scale and verdigris inside and four small holes just under the rim (I think it was...

ID info request please

by Newlyn_Tinning 1 month ago

Hi all and hope you are all well. Just had these come in for re-tinning and not seen them before. Branded "COUSANCES". From what I see this is an ancient brand dating back to 1553. Apparently...

Sauté Pan vs Windsor

by gardenvespers 1 month ago

Hi all! I’m wondering what people’s thoughts are about sauté pans vs Windsor’s? Specifically I’m wondering if there is any advantage to a Windsor pan over a sauté? I know the smaller Windsor pans a...

Paul Revere 1801 Signature

by rlichter 5 years ago

Can't find useful information about Revere 1801 pans. They appear to be made of solid copper (rather than plated stainless like I grew up with), but how thick? what type of lining? are the handles ...

Maiale al Latte (Milk-Braised Pork)

by pinkmagnolia921 2 months ago

Thanks to Betsy's recent post about Osso Bucco and her copper Daubiere, there ensued a very lively discussion about Braising Techniques. Damiano posted a link for pork loin braised on the stovetop...

Mauviel saute

by luisbravoavi76 2 months ago

Hello all, I recently bought a mauviel saute pan with lid with bronze handles the seller on ebay advertised it as being 2.5 mm thick and was selling it for 249 it was super shiny when i got it lead...

New Copper Roaster Help

by luisbravoavi76 2 months ago

Hello all, Im a big fan of copper cookware, I have a few pieces by Debuyer, some from Mauviel and recently a new roasting pan from CU Artigiana in Italy. The roaster is tin lined and is around 16" ...

Bare Bones Cookware Set

by Libranflight 2 months ago

Was just trying to figure out, what I would have to have to make everything perfectly, without having any extra cookware to store. Anybody know what a "bare bones' set would look like? I am mea...