Cook N Home 02581 8 Nonstick Heavy Gauge Cookware Set, 8-Piece, Copper/Brown

May 15, 2018 - Comment

The Cook N Home 8-Piece Nonstick Heavy Gauge Cookware Set, Copper/Brown includes: 1 and 2 quart saucepans with lids, 6 quart stockpot with lid, 8 and 9.5 inch fry pans. Made of thick gauge aluminum that provides even/quick heat conduction and prevents hot spots. Nonstick makes food release/cleaning easy and allows for healthy cooking. PFOA, cadmium,

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The Cook N Home 8-Piece Nonstick Heavy Gauge Cookware Set, Copper/Brown includes: 1 and 2 quart saucepans with lids, 6 quart stockpot with lid, 8 and 9.5 inch fry pans. Made of thick gauge aluminum that provides even/quick heat conduction and prevents hot spots. Nonstick makes food release/cleaning easy and allows for healthy cooking. PFOA, cadmium, nickel, and lead free. Riveted handles are comfortable and stay cool with a hole for hanging. Tempered glass lids with steam vent to view cooking and fits on fry pans. Works on gas, electric, glass, ceramic, halogen, etc. Induction compatible, but due to the small size of the saucepan it may not be compatible. Oven safe to 375F. Dishwasher safe.

Product Features

  • Includes: 1 and 2 quart saucepans with lids, 6 quart stockpot with lid, 8 and 9.5-inch fry pans
  • Made of thick gauge aluminum that provides even/quick heat conduction and prevents hot spots
  • Nonstick for food release, easy cleaning, and healthy cooking; PFOA, cadmium, and lead free
  • Works on gas, electric, glass, ceramic, halogen, etc.; Oven safe to 375F and Dishwasher safe
  • Induction compatible, but due to the small size of the saucepan it may not be compatible

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Overall great set and good bang for your buck! This is a really great set! I have been cooking with them for about a month now and I have had no issues. They look good as new, and come clean super fast and easy. I do not put my pans in the dishwasher ever, only hand wash, but I can tell you they have stood up well so far. It’s a nice heavy set which was surprising, nothing flimsy. The fry pans are pretty small, which I don’t mind in a small apartment cooking small meals, but keep in mind that even the large one isn’t really big enough…

RED says:

Problem with small pan, larger pans work great. I love this set. Only “small” problem is that the small sauce pan won’t register on my induction cook top. I tried moving it around to get it exactly centered but it doesn’t help. The larger sizes work perfect. I’ve even taken to using the large cook pot for homemade soup over my crock pot. After I get my soup boiling, I set the temperature to the lowest setting and the timer for two hours. It works great.

Dee Allen says:

For years I spent $150 to $250 on branded cooking … For years I spent $150 to $250 on branded cooking sets. I am impressed by this set so far (been a month of cooking) and it is much more affordable!!!

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