Interesting, nobody mentioned yet a non-glazed claypot.
Haven't used them. Wouldn't want to.I am in the market for some new pots and pans.
I think I either want Rachel Ray or some Kitchen Aid pans. Has anyone used either of theese ?
That's what I'M waiting for!If you have a Kohl's near you, you might consider waiting until after Christmas... that is when I bought mine, and they were something rediculous like 55% off the list price. Kohl's usually blows out a lot of kitchen stuff right after christmas, so it may be worth waiting.
Heavy copper bottom is often a codeword for thin sides. The pan really should have a uniform thickness for the entire surface- look at a Calphalon or All Clad to see. Thin sides will scorch, and alter the taste of the food.But speaking of Food Network products, there's another line usually right next to the Rachel Ray stuff (at Kohls and Penneys, anyway) that looks really, really good. Paula something? Heavy copper bottoms and solid construction. There's a 9" saute pan I've got my eyes on from her.