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What are these cookwares? How do you call these?

by kakichocomi 2 days ago

I want to introduce some cookwares made in Japan in English, but they are difficult to be translated. In Japanese t...


kakichocomi commented 4 hours ago

When you thought you'd seen it all: Hestan Nanobond Cookware

by drrayeye 1 year ago

Hestan has just introduced a new line of cookware that apparently wants to challenge All Clad and Demeyere, not to me...


ReeseLee commented 7 hours ago

Demeyere atlantis saucepan - uneven base?

by dannel 29 days ago

I just took delivery of a 20 cm Demeyere Atlantis saucepan, and after inspection I noticed that the outer edge does n...


ArrancaArranca commented 16 days ago

Does anyone know how old my Revere ware might be?

by Glencora 11 years ago

A friend just gave me her late aunt's copper bottomed Revere ware. (My friend doesn't cook.) The bottoms say made i...


Ninthwheeler commented 1 month ago


by onefineleo 11 years ago

I love mine......have loved them since 1973 when I got them as a gift. They have served me well for all of these man...


cancunman57 commented 1 month ago

Scanpan CTX Ceramic Titanium vs. Stratanium

by estherchung82 6 months ago

I recently bought a Scanpan CTX 3 Qt pot and a Scanpan CTX 10.25" frying pan, both from the same online retailer. Bot...


BostonBestEats commented 2 months ago

Vollrath Centurion

by Iluvcooking 2 months ago

Anyone have opinions on the Vollrath Centurion saucepans? I am considering getting one of these: https://www.webstaur...


kaleokahu commented 2 months ago

Atlantis or Industry 5 Saucepan

by rp17 3 months ago

I'm looking to buy a new 2 to 2.5 qt saucepan and can't decide between the Atlantis and Industry5/5Plus. SLT has the...


rp17 commented 2 months ago

Encore by All Clad: recycling quality cookware

by drrayeye 2 months ago

All Clad is currently promoting a new concept for cookware manufacturers: recycling restored pots and pans. They se...


drrayeye commented 2 months ago

Copper from France

by cameronreddy 2 months ago

Several folks had recommended that I consider adding some straight-sided saucepans to my batterie. Some counseled goi...


pinkmagnolia921 commented 2 months ago

Falk Saucier or Tin-lined Windsor?

by cameronreddy 3 months ago

I asked earlier about the Falk verses the Demeyere Atlantis conical, and the Falk got all the endorsements. So thi...


OaklandGal commented 2 months ago

All-Clad, TJX, and Brand Value Destruction

by classicist 2 months ago

I've been rebuilding my kitchen item by item and have noticed an interesting trend that I wanted to share with the co...


GH1618 commented 2 months ago

Old Farberware Construction

by loves2cook82 3 months ago

Just out of curiosity, does anyone know how old Farberware was constructed? I have a 12 qt stockpot that belonged to...


CaliforniaJoseph commented 2 months ago

Help! Commercial Calphalon Hard Anodized finish wearing off?

by chefaroo 10 years ago

I bought a set of hard anodized in 2000. Honestly, I rarely use them. The one pan that does see a lot if use is the 2...


GH1618 commented 2 months ago

Copper pots brands stamped or not? Thickness in first!

by TJFRANCE 2 years ago

I see that some people still raises the question of whether a tinned copper pot thickness of 3mm or more with a mark ...


camcalli commented 2 months ago

Tell me about your saucepans...

by drrayeye 3 months ago

Saucepans or cooking pots Saucepans are vessels with vertical sides about the same height as their diameter with a...


kaleokahu commented 3 months ago

Palm Restaurant Cookware

by Chemicalkinetics 8 years ago

I am sure many of you have these the Palm kitchen goods (from towels to pepper mills) at Home Goods. I don't see the...


Karen_Moore commented 3 months ago