Cook N Home Nonstick Stockpot With Lid 10.5Quart, Nonstick coating provides long last superior nonstick performance easy to clean, Even heat distribution better than stainless steel, with no hot spot, Handle is riveted for strength and durability, Tempered glass lid make its viewing food easy from start to finish, Dishwasher Safe, Oven safe to 350F and can be used on all type of stovetops.
Nonstick coating provides long last superior nonstick performance easy to clean
Even heat distribution better than stainless steel, with no hot spot
Handle is riveted for strength and durability
Tempered glass lid make its viewing food easy from start to finish,
Dishwasher Safe, Oven safe to 350F and can be used on all type of stovetops
Product Information Specifications for Cook N Home Nonstick Stockpot with Lid, 10.5 quart, Blue Below:
Join the national rage of Home Brewing using affordable Bayou Brew Equipment. Bayou Classic 40 Quart Stainless Economy Brew Kettle is perfect for "Brew in a Bag", or malt extract home brewing. Also functions as a standard stockpot for most outdoor cooking needs. Stainless construction enables easier sterilization prior to brewing. It features side calibrations stamped to be read from inside the pot; gallons and quarts.
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Excelife ceramic pot, made in Korea, traditional and authentic Korean style earthen pot. It made from high durable ceramic material. The history of ceramic in Korea has been for about 4000 years from ancient time; it means it has been scientifically, historically and technologically approved durability, heat resistant and safety, no cracks and deos not break easily even in dramatic temperature changes. The Korea stoneware is defined as ceramics fired at about 1,100 degrees (2,010 Degree) to 1,300 degrees (2,370 Degree) and glazed, that much it has higher durability and quality comparing to regular stone bowl. The Product is made in modern design and Color. This is perfect for hot pot, soup, bibimbap and other Korean food and Asian food.
Calphalon 1948286 Signature Hard Anodized Nonstick Covered Stock Pot, 8 quart, Black
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ENJOY THE FINE ART OF COOKING1. Silver matte polish cuts a fine figure both in the kitchen & at the dining table.2. Caring instructions and cleansers are provided to keep the stockpot shiny over time.HEALTHIER COOKWARE HEALTHIER LIFE1. Unlike most nickel-bearing 18/8 (Cr: Ni) and 18/10 stainless steel cookware on the market, our stockpot is healthier because it contains NO nickel, which is harmful to health.2. 3-Ply construction and heat surround technology achieve the natural non-stick purpose, without toxic non-stick coating.3. Stainless steel cooking surface does not react with food or alter flavors.MORE VALUES1. 7.6MM thick 3-ply base sandwiches a pure aluminum core between two stainless steel layers, which allows for optimal heat conductivity and distribution.2. Heat surround technology contributes to shorter cooking time, better nutrition, and more energy savings.3. Tight-fitting stainless steel lid seals in food natural's juices and nutrients inside pots.4. Riveted stainless steel handle stays cool on the cooktop.FAQs1. Nickel helps become corrosion-resistant and long lasting, so nickel-bearing stainless steel is commonly used for industrial purposes, BUT nickel is high up on the ATSDR list of priority toxins. Our nickel free stock pot is made of food grade JYH21CT (21/0, Japanese Standard) stainless steel, which is NON-TOXIC, NON-ALLERGIC, thus more suitable for cookware.2. Even heat distribution achieves the healthy non-stick purpose without toxic PFOA and PTFE non-s...
Make large batches of flavorful stews and soups to feed the entire family using this vibrant Farberware new traditions speckled aluminum nonstick 12-quart covered stockpot. New traditions pairs the time-tested reliability and trust of Farberware with colorful, updated style that's ideal for busy homes and family kitchens. Crafted with high-performance aluminum, the covered stockpot boasts a bright speckled porcelain enamel exterior that adds a warm, table-ready touch. The durable, distinctive white nonstick interior delivers excellent food release and easy cleanup. Stylish stainless steel handles provide plenty of support even when the pot is filled, and a shatter-resistant glass lid seals in heat and moisture while simmering spaghetti sauces or braising meats. Oven safe to 500 Degree F, this lively nonstick stockpot makes a refreshing addition to cookware sets and other pots and pans in the Farberware collections. preparing Family-Size meals is a pleasure when using the generous Farberware new traditions speckled aluminum nonstick 12-quart covered stockpot.
Dimension: 11in diameter x 3-1/8in h * enameled inner surface for easy cleaning * serving 4-5 people * 1 wooden lid & 1 wooden base are included * * nabemono (nabe cooking pot + mono things, stuffs, kinds) or simply called nabe, is a term referring to all varieties of Japanese steamboat dishes, also known as one pot dishes. The pots are traditionally made of clay ( donabe) which can keep warm for a while after taken off from the fire or cast thick iron ( tetsunabe) which evenly distribute heat and preferably used for sukiyaki. The pots are usually placed in the center of dinning tables, shared by multiple persons. Most nabemono are stews and soups served during the colder seasons. In modern japan, nabemono are kept hot at the dining table by portable stoves. The dish is frequently cooked at the table, and the diners can pick the cooked ingredients they want from the pot. It is either eaten with the broth or with a dip. Further ingredients can also be successively added to the pot. Eating together from a shared pot is considered as an important feature of nabemono, east Asian people believe that eating from one pot makes a closer relationship. The Japanese thus say, nabe (w)o kakomu (sitting around the pot), implying that sharing nabemono will create warm relations between the diners who eat together from the shared pot.