Cuisinart Chefs Classic cookware comes in stainless steel, anodized aluminum and cast iron varieties. Reviewers love the Cuisinart Chefs Classic cookware. The stainless steel variety is clad on the bottom with aluminum to help distribute heat evenly. The anodized aluminum version doesn’t need to be clad as the aluminum core helps surround the food with a naturally even heat. The cast iron version has a porcelain enameled and is dishwasher safe. For the price, Cuisinart Chefs Classic cookware is an excellent bargain.
- Mirror-polished 18/10 stainless steel with inner core of aluminum for fast, even heating
- Riveted stainless-steel handles stay cool on the stovetop
- Matching 18/10 mirror-polished stainless-steel lids seal in moisture and nutrients
Please note: The bullet points above and the dashboard below are for the Stainless Steel version.
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My take on Cuisinart Chefs Classic Cookware
Cuisinart Chefs Classic cookware is hugely popular and deservedly so. It is excellent cookware for the price. This makes excellent cookware for beginners to medium level cooks looking for good cookware at an excellent price.
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