The 8 Best Cookware Sets of 2020

Whether you’re moving into your first house, replacing old pots and pans, or simply shopping for a housewarming gift, you can’t go wrong buying a full set of cookware. This ensures you’ll have all the...

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Why would you need more than a 6 qt. stock pot?

by mmdad 10 years ago

I know it may sound like a dumb question but, why would I need more than a 6 qt? I actually don't plan on making stock as I just don't have the interest. I get stock cheap at whole foods anyway...

How do you drain grease from your stock pots or dutch ovens?

by Bucky Badger 10 years ago

About a year ago, I was making my favorite meal (chili), and while I was draining grease from my pot with the pot lid acting as the strainer, it occurred to me that there had to be a better way. ...

What size stock pots should home cook have?

by spmc 11 years ago

I'm in the process of getting some new cookware and wanted some opinions on what size stock pots everyone has. Currently I have a 6 and 8 quart. I was thinking about adding either a 12, 16, or 20...

Le Creuset Stockpots at 4th and Market Ross Store

Xiao Yang
by Xiao Yang 11 years ago

The 4th and Market Ross store (a.k.a. Cross Dress for Less) has a housewares section on the third floor that is a serendipitous place to look for odd items of high-end kitchenware. The other day t...

Tramontina Stockpot at Costco?

by RGC1982 11 years ago

Has anyone tried this pot? It is a disk bottomed, stainless steel model that comes in 16 or 20 quarts online. Most other Tramontina is great stuff, but stockpots sometimes have flimsier construct...

Anything wrong with this stockpot?

by maggiej 11 years ago

I'm considering this stockpot from crate and barrel...16 quart enamel on steel... http://tinyurl.com/5ktnzf Is there any reason to choose a more expensive stainless steel stockpot instead? 16...

Stock Pot Size For Beginner.

by snax 11 years ago

Which is s good size stock pot to get started with? I was looking at a 8.5qt, but most people are talking about 12qt and 18qt is a good all rounder size. Is it best to get a big stock pot and onl...

Stock Pot: Aluminum or Stainless Steel?

by Jennalynn 11 years ago

I've come to need a 16qt stock pot. I'll use it for big seafood boils and stocks of all kind. My local restaurant supply has a great very heavy aluminum pot for $30 with lid. Stainless ste...

Stockpots -- I'm Confused

by pothead 12 years ago

I am desperately in need of a new 12 quart stock pot, and I've heard all sorts of conflicting advice about whether full cladding has any advantage in a stock pot (some seem to think it's even a dis...

Stockpots -- I'm Confused

by pothead 12 years ago

I am desperately in need of a new 12 quart stock pot, and I've heard all sorts of conflicting advice about whether full cladding has any advantage in a stock pot (some seem to think it's even a dis...

Cuisinox Elite stock pot 324H

by grayelf 12 years ago

I could only find two references to Cuisinox, both about saucepans, but my searching skills are not all that, so forgive me if this question has been asked. I have a set of Lagostina Professional P...

Stockpots in the oven

by minncalif 12 years ago

My dil wants a stockpot that can go in the oven Do they exist?. she does not mean a dutch oven. maybe a soupot?

Really need some stockpot advice

optimal forager
by optimal forager 12 years ago

I have recently started making my own chicken stock, but neither my Le Creuset dutch oven (7qts?) nor my Farberware 8 qt are really big enough. Also, I'd like to start making my own beef stock wit...

All-Clad Stockpot Questions - SS v. MC2?

by empowah 12 years ago

Hi all, I currently have an All-Clad Stainless Steel 4-qt saute pan that I really like. It seems to conduct heat very well - good for searing - and at the same time, it "deglazes" well and is easy ...

Recommend me a stockpot/steamer combo

by chefwong 12 years ago

Looking to get a 8 qt stockpot/steamer combo. Anyone familiar with the Demeyere line of cookware. I've got my eyes on the Viking Set as well. My current crop is AC SS / some Scanpans in the ...

All clad stainless 12 qt stock pot - is the same pot in the multi-cooker?

by adam 12 years ago

I'm registering, and looking at stock pots. The 12 quart All Clad stainless is ideal, I think, but also much more than I am looking to ask people to spend (I think about $350). There's a multi-co...

Calphalon Stockpot - Amazon sale

by patz 12 years ago

Amazon has the 12 qt Calphalon stockpot on sale today for 39.99 http://www.amazon.com/Calphalon-Commercial-Anodized-12-Quart-Stockpot/dp/B00004SY7G/ref=br_lf_m_548166_1_2_img/102-0788344-952336...

how to clean new aluminum stockpot

by soaper 12 years ago

just bought new aluminum stockpot for brewing beer, washed with soap and water and boiled a pot of water and let it cool, an oily scum was left on the top, cleaned again, boiled second pot of water...

Do I need to season an aluminum stockpot?

by amdoyne 12 years ago

Do I need to season an aluminum stockpot? I got one at the sysco supply store and my roommate threw away the instructions that came with it. I thought I saw something about seasoning in it, but I d...

Budget SS 12qt TALL (deep) stockpot - too much to ask ?

by SoultrySauce 12 years ago

Everybody is saying: chose a tall stockpot. Only problems is all the less expensive ($40-50) SS 12 qt stockpots of decent quality, like Royal, Eurodib are wide or at the very best as tall as wide. ...

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