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Cuisinart 77-7 Chef’s Classic Stainless 7-Piece Cookware Set

Cuisinart 77-7 7PC Chefs Classic Stainless Cookware Set – Cuisinart 77-7

Product Features

  • Set Includes – 1-1/2 Qt. Saucepan w/Cover,3 Qt. Saucepan w/Cover,10″ Open Skillet and 8 Qt. Stockpot w/Cover
  • Cookware and lids constructed of mirror-polished stainless steel
  • Aluminum encapsulated in base ensures quick, even heating
  • Stay-cool stainless-steel handles; dripless rims on lids
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

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3 comments

  1. Perfect for the minimalist kitchen This is the perfect set for a small, minimalist kitchen. This has all the right sizes of cookware for the person that want’s just the basics. I purchased this set as I intended to slowly rid my kitchen of non-stick cookware. After purchasing this set, I got rid of everything else. Now I just have this set, one large SS Kitchenaid skillet, and a double dutch cast iron oven/skillet set. That is it for a family of 5. It took some getting used to, but with a bit of practice, you can learn to…

  2. Fantastic pan set for people just starting out I bought these for a friend who had no good pans in their kitchen. I had a set of these for 15 years that I still use and still look good if you keep them clean with Bar Keepers Friend.They can get extremely hot on the side of the pan because this is a single ply Steel. The base has the triple layer Steel in order to distribute Heat evenly. Since the patent on all-clads triple clad construction expired a few years back, Cuisinart and a lot of the other manufacturers have prodiced…

  3. Excellent value, even 9 years later I bought this set of Cuisinart Chef’s Classic pans in late 2004, when outfitting my first non-cheapo ‘real adult’ kitchen. The choice of Cuisinart was based on wide-spread public recommendations as a price-competitive alternative to AllClad. I also bought Calphalon Pro non-stick pans (for eggs/cheese), Le Creuset dutch ovens, and bought or inherited antique & modern cast-iron pans and griddles.Over the intervening 9 years since I bought most of the above: the Calphalon’s ‘tried’ but…

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