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Farberware Commercial Cookware Aluminum Nonstick 10-Inch Skillet, Silver

Farberware Commercial Cookware Aluminum Nonstick 10-Inch Skillet, Silver

When the kids ask for pancakes for breakfast, when you want to grill up a ham and cheese sandwich for lunch, when the neighbors are coming over for dinner and fish tacos are on the menu, what do you do? You grab a skillet, of course. This durable, reliable skillet will help elevate any meal into a restaurant-worthy creation. Farberware Commercial Cookware brings restaurant-standard cookware into the home. This 10-inch skillet features an even-heating, thick heavy gauge construction that makes it a dependable tool perfect for daily use. The interior is coated in a long-lasting nonstick, which means food releases easily and cleaning up is never a chore. The durable handle brings comfort to the kitchen and is oven safe to 350-degree f. With all of these wonderful details that help elevate the home culinary experience, it won’t be a surprise when this pan becomes one of the most cherished pieces in the kitchen.

Product Features

  • 10-Inch Skillet
  • Durable nonstick lines the skillet’s interior, providing easy cleanup and excellent food release
  • The thick heavy gauge construction means the skillet will endure years of use
  • Oven safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Farberware is manufactured and sold pursuant to a license from Farberware Licensing Co., LLC

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2 comments

  1. Heavy and well made. A bargain. One of the frustrating things about buying cookware online is that you can’t pick up the merchandise and feel it before you buy it.The single most important thing about aluminum cookware is the weight, the thickness of the aluminum piece. Some items list the actual thickness in millimeters but not many. Sometimes you can tell by the weight.This ten inch Farberware “restaurant grade” frypan is heavy. It is as thick as the thickest and most expensive cookware…

  2. A tank of a pan that has a lot of negatives but one very big positive Like many of you out there I am always in search of the perfect non-stick pan. I cook EVERYDAY and have tried the ceramic, copperpan and many classic nonstick. In the end I have resigned myself to the simple fact that I need to buy an new 10 inch non stick every 2 years or so. This was my choice for (hopefully) next 2 years.my household: Gas range – cooks 2 meals a day at home for a family of 4FIRST observation: This is a VERY heavy pan. The actual pan part is super…

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