Cuisinart 12-Piece Triply Cookware Set

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Cuisinart 12-Piece Triply Cookware Set
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I bought this last time Woot had it up. Great set, really heavy, well made. Don’t forget to season it before use or you’ll hate life.

Kohls marketing style overtaking Earth.
Price $800gabbillion, now $140.
Normal price: 300-350

Made in China?

Yep.

how did you season stainless? It sounds like the same as cast iron?
thanks

According to the Amazon page, these are induction cooktop compatible.

Great deal on a quality stainless set!

A couple of the pots appear to have black nonstick coating in them, is that true?

According to OUR features as well.

https://i.imgur.com/b9dfcoB.png

We’ll be in the corner crying.

Just one:

(1) 10" Non-Stick Skillet with (1) Lid

Just trying to provide a little “two-person integrity”

Not even close. It takes less than 5 minutes. High heat oil in the pan on the stove, get it to just smoking, dump the oil, add a lot of salt, scrub, brush out the salt, done. There’s a ton of info if you google, better explanations than I just gave :slight_smile:

Here’s a video from some cooking site:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1376ITxF1Oc#action=share

The “seasoning” is a little different than cast iron. With cast iron, you’re applying the oil and baking it creating a strong durable polymer coating from oil.

The explanation for the process for stainless steel sounds dubious. It sounds neat that heating the pan causes the SS molecules to expand and the oil molecules fills the gap but (aside from the chemistry and science) simply washing with soap and water will free it? More likely, you’re creating a thin but weak polymer coating.

Anyway, it does work.

Epicurious has the same thing: https://www.epicurious.com/expert-advice/how-to-turn-stainless-steel-skillet-nonstick-article