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Calphalon Contemporary Hard-Anodized Aluminum Nonstick Cookware, Pasta Pot with Steamer Insert, 8-quart, Black – 1876992

Calphalon Contemporary Hard-Anodized Aluminum Nonstick Cookware, Pasta Pot with Steamer Insert, 8-quart, Black – 1876992

Now dishwasher safe for easy cleanup, Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick is created with multi-layer nonstick for ultra durability. The stunning, contemporary pasta pot design looks beautiful in the kitchen, and heavy-gauge, hard-anodized aluminum ensures even heating. Featuring an 8-qt. stock pot, pasta insert, steamer insert and cover, you can use the this super-versatile set for boiling pasta, steaming vegetables such as artichokes, or preparing lobsters or other seafood.

Product Features

  • Heavy-gauge aluminum construction ensures even heating and is hard-anodized for durability. It also makes it dishwasher-safe.
  • Interior of pasta pot includes three layers of nonstick coating – two layers provide durability and the third layer offers easy release performance.
  • Brushed stainless steel loop handles for a secure grip. Pans and covers are also oven safe, making it ideal for finishing a gourmet dish.
  • Includes 8-quart stock pot, pasta insert, steamer insert, lid.
  • The nonstick surface means you can cook healthier using less fat, with effortless cleanup. Comes with Calphalon’s full lifetime warranty.

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2 comments

  1. I’m very pleased with the updated style of the new units I’ve been a calphalon loyalist since I got my first set of their pots and pans about 10 years ago. In that time, the original pans have held up to much abuse at the hands of my husband and our housemate. Those jerks dishwasher-ed them, used metal implements on them, and generally did everything wrong regardless of how many times I threatened them. Only in the past year or so had the pots and pans started to become unusuable, so I threw a few out and purchased new. I’m very pleased with the…

  2. The drawbacks others have mentioned are true Before ordering this pot, I read the reviews and saw a few negative comments:(1) The handles get too hot.So, I figured this was just people being silly, but no, it really IS an issue. I don’t know what the heck they did, but the handles on this thing get hotter than the one on my cast iron skillet. It’s not just, “Oh, use a hot mitt.” It’s, “These handles get appallingly hot during regular use of the pot.”It’s as if there’s no insulation between the handles and and…

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