Rachael Ray Hard-Anodized II 12-Piece Cookware Set with Bakeware
The Rachael Ray® Hard-Anodized II Cookware Collection is the perfect combination of durability and style, and this 12-Piece Cookware Set with Bakeware fits the bill with all essential pieces to make memorable meals every day. The cookware's hard-anodized construction provides even heat, helping to reduce hot spots that can burn food, and is coated with a durable nonstick inside and out for exceptional food release and easy cleanup. Create Rachael's Vegetable Cacciatore by browning vegetables in the sauté pan while the accompanying whole wheat penne bubbles away in the stockpot. The tempered glass lids allow you to monitor food while it cooks, keeping heat and moisture sealed in. The colorful grippy handles feel great in your hand and are oven safe to 350°F. The set also includes two durable carbon steel nonstick cookie pans, also with grippy handles, that are oven safe to 500°F. Every piece in this cookware set is dishwasher safe for convenient, fast and simple cleanup.
Create fun and exciting super-nutritious and innovative meals and baked goods with the help of this 14-Piece Hard-Anodized Cookware Set with Bakeware from Rachael Ray.
Rachael Ray Hard-Anodized II 12-Piece Cookware Set with Bakeware Orange
Dimensions: 14.0 inches (H) x 12.0 inches (W) x 23.75 inches (L)
Weight: 21.0 pounds
Included in the box: 1- and 3-Quart Covered Saucepans, 8.5- and 10-Inch Skillets, 6-Quart Covered Stockpot, 3-Quart Covered Saute, Two 10-Inch x 15-Inch Rachael Ray Cookie Pans
It looks okay but I have only used it once Ask me again after I have cooked on it for a year or three The fact that everything is coated outside as well as inside worries me Often the outside of the pan is exposed to burned stuff that needs to be scoured off Since you can't scour these, they may accumulate a crust that will affect the even heating of the pan It's not just appearance that counts, but the uniform grey is depressing I prefer nice shiny metal pans, but these were a gift so will give them a try--and save the stainless steel that was a wedding gift 50 years ago and still looks nice and cooks well