Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware, Dutch Oven, 5-quart

February 8, 2018 - Comment

Classically styled with a polished, stainless steel exterior and a satin-finished interior, Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware is designed with three layers to ensure even, consistent heating. A heavy-gauge, aluminum core surrounded by two layers of stainless steel provides excellent heat conduction for browning and enhanced control of the cooking process. Product Features Aluminum core

Classically styled with a polished, stainless steel exterior and a satin-finished interior, Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware is designed with three layers to ensure even, consistent heating. A heavy-gauge, aluminum core surrounded by two layers of stainless steel provides excellent heat conduction for browning and enhanced control of the cooking process.

Product Features

  • Aluminum core between 2 stainless steel layers provides even heating for excellent browning and control of the cooking process. Non-porous stainless steel cooking surface is safe for use with all utensils.
  • Elegant brushed stainless steel exterior can go from the oven or stove directly to the table. Reflective cook surface makes it easy to monitor foods as they cook and remains beautiful over time.
  • Clear tempered-glass lids let you see food while it’s cooking and are oven safe, so you can finish covered dishes in the oven or keep them warm until ready to serve
  • Ideal for searing and braising meats, browning meats for savory stews, and preparing delicious soups. Domed lid with inside points allows continuous self-basting for flavorful meats.
  • Long, brushed stainless steel handles stay cool on the stovetop. All cookware is dishwasher-safe and carries Calphalon’s full lifetime warranty.

Comments

HonestReview says:

I judge the quality of a stock pot by it’s … I judge the quality of a stock pot by it’s weight. This 8 quart Calphalon is heavy and distributes heat on the bottom very evenly. I did not get the scorched food residue on the bottom of the pot that my slow-cook chili caused in cheaper pots. My only complaint is that the stockpot weight stated in the sales ad is false. I guess we get numb to the lies that sales people routinely put out there. The pot with cover weighs only 6 pounds. It does NOT weigh 7.75 lbs as the comparison chart says. One…

Patrick E. Mcfadden says:

A nice addition to my cooking arsenal.

duckforthanksgiving says:

This took over my kitchen. I just bought this and tried frying an egg in it following the instructions of J.S.’s review and the egg didn’t stick, sliding around the pan beautifully!This pan will now occupy the space of honor on top of my stove on burner number 1.What I will use it for, and why:1. Boiling pasta. Unlike pans with straight edges, this pan with it’s sloping edge prevents the water from boiling over. It’s a trick with Chinese woks, you can turn the heat to medium low and…

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