Style Name: Stockpot |
Size: 8-Quart Chef's Classic non-stick hard anodized 8-quart stockpot with cover. Cool grip riveted handles for ease of use, durable hard anodized exterior, Quantanium non-stick interior, tempered glass covers seal in flavor, hard anodized, oven-safe construction.
Features: Designed to maximize the reduction of liquids for more concentrated stocks and heartier more flavorful soups and stews. |Hard Anodized Exterior for durability and professional performance. Dense non-porous highly wear resistant. |Unsurpassed Heat Distribution heats quickly and spreads heat evenly. Eliminates hot spots. |Quantanium Non-Stick for Professional Results|Measurement markings for ease of use|Solid stainless steel side grips are wide enough for thick potholders. Professional riveted handles ensure a lifetime of perfect balance. |Drip-Free Pouring|Tempered Glass Cover|Lifetime warranty. A high-quality large cooking pot is one of the cornerstones of a well-equipped kitchen, and this roomy 8-quart stockpot will earn a permanent spot on the stove. Designed help make flavorful stock, this pot is also big enough to handle large batches of soup, or beans, or pasta. The thick, hard-anodized aluminum construction conducts heat evenly and efficiently through the sides as well as the base, ideal for gentle simmering, and a tempered glass lid seals in flavor while keeping the contents visible. Because a long handle would be awkward on a pan of this size, the saucepan has two stay-cool loop handles, so it's easy to maneuver even when full.
Chef's Classic hard-anodized cookware features an advanced Quantanium nonstick coating, designed for healthy low-fat cooking. The coating is tough enough for use with metal utensils. Even delicate foods like fish can be cooked without sticking, and cleanup is quick and easy. Every pan is constructed from durable 3mm hard-anodized aluminum, providing superb heat transfer without hot spots. The securely riveted stay-cool steel handles are oven-safe to 500 degrees F, so food can be browned on the stovetop then transferred to the oven to finish cooking. This pan should be hand-washed with a mild detergent, and it carries a limited lifetime warranty against defects. --Simon Leake