Sauce Pan - Cookware Sets
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Sun Jun 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013sesamejane Rating:4.0
I purchased these because I recently moved cross country and will not be moving my things for a few months yet. When I am finished using these, I will send them to my daughter. For the money, these are an excellent value! I have cooked spaghetti, sauces, rice, and even stir fry - the pans clean up well too.
Thu May 02 00:00:00 MDT 2013daisy1cow Rating:5.0
I just retired my first set of T-Fal pans. I can't put an exact number of years we owned them, but since probably around 1997! I actually gave them to my 18 yr old who moved out. They were pretty worn, but still holding their own. So since those lasted so long, I decided to invest again and they were very reasonably priced. Well worth the money. The one sauce pan is a bit small, but good for heating up sauce or such. The big dutch oven pan has made wonderful soup and the pan made crispy hashbowns.
Wed Oct 09 00:00:00 MDT 2013richmond122112 Rating:1.0
This workware is a total waste of money. I would have been better off going to the dollar store and buying pots and pans. No matter what you do everything sticks and burns in this workware. The very first day I used the small sauce pan the lid shattered into hundreds of tiny pieces. I have never seen anything like it in my life and would never recommend this product to family or friends.
Wed Jan 25 00:00:00 MST 2012marseepees Rating:4.0
This set is completely acceptable for a regular cook. The saute pans (if that's even the right word!) are a little small but if you had paid attention to the description, unlike myself, you would know that. The sauce pan is also small but again, read the dimensions. The red is a nice bright red color and thus far, I am completely satisfied with my set. I bought them before there were any reviews so I took a chance and it paid off.
Fri Feb 28 00:00:00 MST 2014oscar1wilde Rating:4.0
For home cooking, Cook's Standard is a wonderful value. I've been using this product line daily for over a year without issues. The handles fit my hand better than any other product line I have tried. The Steamer is the best ever fitting either small or large sauce pan. All handles including the lids have wishbone design dispursing heat away from the hand making pot holders unnecessary most of the time. Should you use a wok, I urge you to purchase the Cook's Standard. There is no better made wok I know of. I hand wash my pots and pans. Cook's standard cleans easily and a quick wipe with micofiber cloth leaves a spot free shine. Also after much use on a gas range the bottom of the pots and pans show little wear. If you want to impress your friends and neighbors buy Allclad. If you wish to save a lot of money and cook pretty much anything s well buy Cook's Standard.
Sat Sep 17 00:00:00 MDT 2011sum1happy Rating:5.0
I actually bought these pans from Amazon because they were running a better deal, but I completely love them! I've had them about 6 months and I recommend them to everyone. In my set I have the large, medium, and small sauce pans with lids, the steamer with lid, and I also have two each of the 8" and 10" frying pans. I have had no problems as long as I preheat, which will be the case with any non-coated pans. My only complaint about this set is that none of the lids fit the 10" frying pan. The steamer lid fits the 8". I guess there always has to be something, but this set is still totally worth it. There is an 11" sauté' skillet that comes with a lid that I plan to purchase. For now, I can usually stick a spatula along the side of the large sauce pan lid and it keeps the lid up on the 10" skillet. By the way, I use the dishwasher on these pans (although I do have to occasionally touch up with Bar Keeper's Friend). I've burnt one bone dry. I've cooked on high heat. You name it! The quality is superb! I seriously recommend them to anyone who likes to cook.
Wed Nov 14 00:00:00 MST 2012sam19m Rating:2.0
Used the fry pan and it is great. Have not used the casserole or the 1 qt. sauce pan and hope they work as well as the fry pan. The 3 qt. sauce pan was used to heat water to make noodles. After putting the pan on the induction cooktop, I noticed a puddle of water forming on the cooktop under the pan. I found the water to be leaking out of the pan through the handle connection to the pan. The handle is connected to the pan using "squeeze-type" or "pressure-fit" rivets. That is a rivet made of a metal soft enough that by applying enough pressure to each end after it is installed forms a pressure seal/fit. Pressure apparently had the day off when they made mine. Also with the 3 qt. pan, even when full of water, my induction cooktop sometimes goes from on to error, as when the cooktop is on, but a pan is not on the cooktop. I don't know if the pan is too light to form a good connection, or if, maybe, water was between the pan and cooktop or if it is due to the design of the pan. Like I said, the fry pan works great (now that I think about it, I've never done a fill to the handle using the fry pan-????). I just wanted to point out these issues to anyone else who may be thinking of buying this product.
Fri Nov 08 00:00:00 MST 2013sidaho Rating:5.0
Truly non-stick! I have had other brands that claimed to be non-stick and they do not compare. No need for even cooking spray in some instances. They clean like a dream, though I have found the underneath does stain with gas cooking. They heat faster than other pans, and more evenly. The sauce pans are taller than many other brands, which is nice-less splatters. Love the orange handles. Do wish though there was a larger skillet that matched the set.
Thu Nov 21 00:00:00 MST 2013harl74352 Rating:5.0
Bought this for my daughter for her Birthday which is in her early 20's as she needed pot & pans . This was the first good set that she has ever had. She doesn't do dishes very well but they do clean up good and still look good. The shipping was fast and they looked good when they arrived . Was really hoping to get me some but a bigger set as I like cast iron for skillets am still looking for me a bigger set of these. I would recommend these to any young adult start out for a good starter set . I even bought additional pot so she would have enough pots . She fries lots in these and makes lots of spaghetti sauce in the pots..
Tue Sep 16 00:00:00 MDT 2014duen Rating:5.0
So far so good - I usually buy Teflon coated pots and pans, but was sick and tired of the coating wearing off, so I switched to stainless steel, and am so happy I did. The set is beautiful, and I really don't miss the no stick pots and pans. Stainless steel might take a bit longer to clean, but it is well worth it. The best part is, if you are making a gravy or sauce, when you fry your meat, etc. some sticks to the bottom of the pan, making the sauce much more tasty when you add your liquid, and de-glaze the bottom of the pan. I gave them a 5 star rating, because for the time I have used them, it has been perfect and I have no complaints.
Wed Jun 19 00:00:00 MDT 2013sakonnetred Rating:1.0
pots & pans had dimples in bottom large sauce pan already scratched lids were nice steamer nice - hard to find in a set
Mon Mar 19 00:00:00 MDT 2012mandyrenae Rating:4.0
The sauce pans are very shallow which was disapointting. The quality of the pans is great, but I doubt I will be able to make any larger meals with them. Should be fine for a single person, but would not be recemendened for someone cooking for more than two.
Wed Mar 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013heather648 Rating:5.0
nice thick grips on the pans, love the orange color. The pans are a breeze to clean after cooking anything even caramel! Dishwasher safe. nice heavy pans, they only thing i wish it came with was a few bigger saute pans, the sauce pots are narrow and deep. love the glass tops
Mon Dec 15 00:00:00 MST 2014cynfurn Rating:1.0
Over-priced. Only the fry pan and the biggest sauce pan worked on my induction cooktop. The rest of the pieces are not induction ready at all. The material is thin and already starting to lose the non-stick quality.
Tue Mar 04 00:00:00 MST 2014dartsout Rating:2.0
1 quart sauce pan does not balance without lid and still has a slight tilt. Called customer service of product and told replacement could not sent, I would have to send the complete box of pots and pans at my expense. Customer service not very helpful in resolving issue.
Sat Apr 28 00:00:00 MDT 2012karenjeanq Rating:5.0
nice set for people that cook but not a great deal. did purchase a larger sauce pan seperately. this is a great set for a sensitive ceramic cook top--those buggers don't like anything gritty on them and this set heats evenly!
Tue Apr 08 00:00:00 MDT 2014jomegatau Rating:4.0
They are not groumet quality cookware but if you need a few extra pans for a 2nd home or if you are just getting started the value is excellent. The sauce pans fit into each other so that they do not take much spaced. Stainless stell is a little thin but the ottoms are aluminum clad so the heat is well distributed. At the price they are a bargain. I would recommend them to anyone that needs some extra cookware and looking for a good value.
Thu Jul 31 00:00:00 MDT 2014dhitch Rating:1.0
*** This so-called "induction ready" set has four pans: 1-quart sauce pan, 10-inch fry pan, 3-quart sauce pan, 5-quart casserole. Only the larger two pans (3-qt and 5-qt) had enough iron in them to activate the auto-pan-detect feature of my DuxTop 8300ST Induction Burner. The two smaller pans cannot be detected and do not work. *** I will be returning the whole order. Too bad. What a disappointing hassle.
Wed Mar 05 00:00:00 MST 2014kmcb1 Rating:3.0
Gourmet Chef 12-piece Covered Cookware Set, nice but not what the reviews claimed. overstock claimed the set was induction top usable. Only the small sauce pan worked on my induction stove top. Returned the set.
Thu Dec 22 00:00:00 MST 2011nora7208 Rating:5.0
This was the set I wanted for many years. It is my Christmas present to myself and I couldn't wait to start using it. It has all the size pots and pans that I use on a daily basis and even a few that I need for larger events. I cook lots and really appreciate the quality and especially the handles that don't heat up! I'm not constantly grabbing a potholder now, it's that one short cut that speeds things up just a bit, but really shows when you're trying to get a meal together with meats, veggies, sauces and all the littles extras = wonderful meals that my family appreciates, yummy! NOTE: cooking on a gas range you MUST lower the heat to medium very quickly to not burn things on the sides of the pots - that's the only drawback I have found so far.
Thu Dec 19 00:00:00 MST 2013wilmires Rating:4.0
Although the set is very good quality the small sauce pan was not induction ready. I called Overstock and they were very good about replacing it. However, the replacement was the wrong color and it also was not induction ready. If you buy the set, do so expecting that the small sauce pan may not be induction ready. Still a good value.
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