If you foresee a lot of cooking in your future, for the holidays or otherwise, it might be time to upgrade your crusty pots and pans. And we've found the perfect excuse for you to shop for yourself during HexClad's Holiday Sale. This Gordon Ramsay-approved brand (what he dubbed "the Rolls-Royce of pans") is offering up to 50% off their cookware sets, and you can get single skillets for a steal, too. Their hybrid construction combines the best qualities of stainless steel, cast iron and nonstick for a one-of-a-kind product that, according to Ramsay, "cooks to absolute, utter perfection."
Every home cook needs a trusty saucepan for soups, rice and, yes, sauce. This one features aluminum sandwiched between stainless steel for expert heat conduction and distribution, and its nonstick interior makes it a breeze to clean.
"It's a beautiful saucepan, and the surface certainly seems to be as durable as the claims," wrote a satisfied shopper. "Overall make seems ready to last a good 40 years at least. I will alert people that it's pretty heavy, and five quarts is a very generous capacity ... But I have as many as seven to feed so I am happy."
Thanks to this griddle pan's abundant surface area, you'll be able to sear, bake and cook up eggs and pancakes to your heart's content.
"Even heat, no sticking!" exclaimed a happy home cook. "Used it to make pancakes just two days after it arrived. Cleaned and seasoned it per the instructions. The cakes came out beautifully without burning in any area and no sticking at all. Love this pan!"
This nonstick wok is perfect for stir-frys, has a stay-cool handle to protect your hands while you cook, is compatible with all stovetops and is oven-safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
"Love it!" shared a HexClad convert. "After this pan arrived, I seasoned it and made stir-fried rice for dinner. As expected, [the] heat factor of the pan was fabulous. Next few days, I used the pan to make pasta with broccoli, scrambled eggs and I toasted walnuts to perfection. Pressed for storage space in my New York kitchen, I’m happy to say I’ve removed three fry pans from my everyday cabinet, replaced by the 12” Hybrid Wok."
With this set, you'll get the 12-inch, 10-inch and 8-inch Hybrid pans, plus lids for each.
"Best pans ever," raved a reviewer. "Sauté game has been elevated to a new echelon: I’ve never caramelized onions so perfectly and so quickly (always had to slowly sweat them down for 45 minutes). Sirloin came out perfectly medium-rare and ideally seared — first try! Eggs don’t stick! WOW, these pans do all the things!"
Cooking for a crowd? This mega set includes 12-inch, 10-inch and 8-inch Hybrid pans, plus 2-quart, 3-quart and 8-quart Hybrid pots and lids for all.
"This is the BEST set of cookware out there," gushed a fan. "I bought these two years ago and they still look brand new. We use them every day and they are a five-star quality set. No sticking, no scratches and they heat up evenly across the pan. Cleanup is a breeze. My next purchase will be the knife set. Great job, HexClad!"
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