Get the scoop on saucepans: which ones you need, how to care for them, what to cook in them, and more.

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...


drrayeye commented 14 minutes ago

What are these cookwares? How do you call these?

by kakichocomi 5 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 3 days ago

Demeyere atlantis saucepan - uneven base?

by dannel 1 month 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 18 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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