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Saucier: stainless steel copper core vs aluminum clad on induction

by VFish 2 years ago

I am starting to second guess the choice of saucier I made and responsiveness. I don't know if someone can chime in. I am planning on induction and am currently cooking on a glass electric cookto...


by VFish 2 years ago

I have some silicone coated whisks and would like to get plain SS whisks. When I purchased the Silver7 saucier, they were also having a sale on their Sur la Table metal whisks and they looked good...

1st SS set - need help choosing cookware

by vanessa731 3 years ago

Hi there! This is my 1st post on this site. I am looking for help finding the right cookware pieces or set. I recently got rid of my Circulon anodized nonstick as it started burning off fumes that ...

Demeyere Industry5 Saucier vs Essential Pan

by FloridaCook12 3 years ago

I'm trying to buy my first nice saucier. I'm looking at the Demeyere line, but I can't figure out the difference (or if there is one) between their saucier and their essential pan. Does anyone ha...

All Clad: Difference between saucier and weeknight pan

by nellhaddad 3 years ago

Hi, I bought the All Clad weeknight pan, which I like very much. I'd also to get a true saucier, but to my inexperienced eyes, they look really similar. Is it worth it to get the actual saucier? Or...

Saucepan or Saucier...or Both

by loves2cook82 4 years ago

I'm looking to purchase a new fully clad pot or two and can't make up my mind. My existing pots are: - 1 qt saucepan - (2) 4 qt casseroles (saucepans with dual loop handles)...two because one wa...

Falk Sauciers - hard corner?

by marlinspike 3 years ago

In some pictures it looks like the Falk Sauciers have hard corners and in others it doesn't. Anybody have any experience with them?

Anyone have experience with "Made in" Cookware?

by nodmik 3 years ago

Seems like their stainless steel line is comparable to All Clad's d5 brushed line, for about half the price. I JUST received my shipment, and my first impressions are that they are definitely well ...

Falk Saucier or Tin-lined Windsor?

by cameronreddy 4 years ago

I asked earlier about the Falk verses the Demeyere Atlantis conical, and the Falk got all the endorsements. So this is a little different. I’ve seen this debated here and there, but I’d like to ...

Sauciers on Induction

by Robenco15 4 years ago

I love my copper Matfer Bourgeat Saucier, but when I switch to induction I'm going to have to leave it behind and go with a Demeyere Atlantis. How does the performance of a saucier compare on induc...

Atlantis vs Industry 5 saucier

by cameronreddy 4 years ago

Here’s an odd situation. I ordered the 20cm Atlantis sauce pan, but in the box was the Industry 5 24cm saucier. Naturally, It went back, but I took the opportunity to compare it to the Atlantis 24 ...

Pots/Pans, Demeyere, Spring, Sitram, Mauviel

by thinktwiceandthenthrice 4 years ago

My husband and I have saved enough to buy 6-7 excellent pots/pans and would love recommendations. I've looked at Staub ECI and SS Demeyere Atlantis/5Plus, Mauviel, Spring Brigade Premium, Sitram Ca...

Thermoclad 3 1/2 qt. Essential Pan: the missing saucier?

by drrayeye 5 years ago

Williams-Sonoma Thermoclad has saute' pans--a bunch of them in various sizes: but no saucier. Or so I thought. They do have these two essential pans: 3 1/2 and 5 qt. I was really looking ...

Help me ID this pan type/brand

by lcerva 4 years ago

Hey guys, I follow this restaurant on instagram. And they happen to show this saucier they use to reduce sauces for pasta. I’ve been trying to find out what kind of brand or type of pan it is. I ...

Fissler vs Atlantis & Disk vs Clad (on Gas Range)

by loves2cook82 4 years ago

As you may know, because many of you helped me make that decision, I purchased my first piece of Demeyere cookware a couple of months ago...a 5Plus 3QT Sauté. I followed back up letting you all kn...

Demeyere Cookware Choices: Skillet:Burner Size & Saucepan vs Essential Pan

by Thirty7Degrees 4 years ago

Hey Chowhound, You all were very helpful when I posted previously, and I have put a lot of thought into how I cook, what cookware would be beneficial to me currently, and done too much research....

Best cookware for induction? Demeyere/Silga/Copper

by CanadianCuisine 4 years ago

Hello everyone, I’ve recently upgraded to a Bosch induction range from radiant electric and am looking for advice on building my cookware collection further. Most of my pots have been purchased ...

How I Learned to use All Clad Handles

by drrayeye 5 years ago

The design of handles must balance a number of human concerns: ergonomics.uq.edu.au/eaol/handle.pdf One must be aware that using single handed pots and pans is a challenge to our wrists. For...

Which copper piece?

by dzh115 4 years ago

I already own a 1.9 qt Mauviel copper saucepan and a 10.2" Mauviel frying pan. I would like to add a Falk piece and was considering the 28cm saucier or the 28 cm casserole. I cook mostly for 4 peop...

Test Driving the Demeyere Atlantis and 5-plus cookware

by VFish 4 years ago

I have been test-cooking some things on the stove. I have a glass electric cooktop. Here are the results: All potatoes/onions were started with lid for first 2/3 of cooking time and lid off las...