Kitchen Aid Cookware

Kitchen Aid Cookware

KitchenAid® CookwareWhether you’re just starting out in a new home or apartment, or are replenishing your kitchen cookware, the purchase of new cookware is always an exciting investment. Think about all of the many meals to be served at your family’s table with your new items. Imagine everything from Thanksgiving and the winter holidays, to dinner parties and social events. Perhaps most importantly, your cookware set needs to be durable and strong enough to stand up to everyday use, when you serve delicious food such as stir-fry on a Wednesday evening or burgers on a Friday night.Having professional-grade cookware as your fingertips helps you on several different levels. First of all, you’re assured that the items you’re using are food-grade and safe, while also knowing that their durability, design and strength will not only enhance your cooking, but also keep it enjoyable and never a chore. At Williams-Sonoma we offer quite a few KitchenAid® cookware sets that are great for just starting out, terrific for replenishing old items or simply wonderful to add to your kitchen cookware ensemble.Perhaps you just simply need to add a new frying pan to your kitchen collection and want something reliable and strong to get the tough jobs done. Consider a KitchenAid® frying pan to help keep your stove-top cooking seamless. A nonstick surface is always a good idea, as pan-frying meats and other foods may get quite messy. Finding a frying pan with nonstick elements requires no soaking, allowing you to cook your meal, serve it and attend to the dishes long after dinner has ended. Also, these types of frying pans are also dishwasher-safe for the utmost of ease. Rest assured that the pans are also PFOA-free and made of Teflon®, so that harmful toxins or chemicals never make their way into your food. Stainless-steel is a great choice for cookware, as its construction is known for thorough and even cooking, for durability and for style. Additionally, a frying pan with a stainless-steel base also works well for induction cooking.If you are in need of a cookware set to bolster your kitchen’s productivity, opt for one that includes everything from saucepans to sauté pans, allowing you to whip up entire meals right on your stove top. A set also offers you the convenience of having matching lids with your saucepans, sauté pans and more. Again, look for a set that has a durable, high-quality construction, such as KitchenAid® sets made from magnetic 18/10 stainless-steel. The included tempered glass lids easily seal in moisture, keeping your food moist and fresh as it cooks. Stainless-steel, welded handles help protect against burns, and most stainless-steel pans are dishwasher-safe for ease of cleaning.Look for a set that has all of the items you need for virtually any meal, such as several differently sized frying pans, several differently sized saucepans, a sauté pan and a stock pot, as well as their respective lids. Each different piece of cookware has a different function; for example, you may use a small frying pan for frying up eggs in the morning, while the larger frying pan easily handles a tasty fajita meal. A stock pot is ideal for foods such as sauces or stews, while a sauté pan is terrific for stove-top casseroles, vegetables and other side dishes that might require a pinch of sauce. For the best in KitchenAid® sets, consider a cookware set with a seven-ply stainless-steel construction. This seven-layer design features not only stainless-steel, but also aluminum alloy, copper and aluminum for even heating throughout, as well as durability and long-lasting strength. + More
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Kitchen Aid Cookware

ken of Brantford, ON on Oct. 23, 2013Satisfaction RatingI have made various attempts now to contact Kitchen Aid regarding my unsafe cookware set.. Up until 6 months ago and for the last 7 years, I had owned a beautiful set of Martha Stewart Cookware but had always dreamed of owning a set of Kitchen Aid which I thought (Boy was I wrong) stood for quality. This set I paid $400.00 for from a store no longer in business yet was assured when I bought it if I had any problem that Kitchen Aid would be more than obliging, yeah, sure. This set is blue on the exterior with blue rubber handles and has Teflon on the inside. My girlfriend, my Mom and I have all burned our hands picking up a lid or just taking something off the stove. The handles pick up heat from the actual basin of the pot. Also, the handles weigh more than the actual pot does so when you put a pot on the stove, unless something is in it, the pot tips over or the pan. I always thought that when cookware was developed, it went through a testing stage. I would say that it’s false because if it were true, these never would have made it in to people’s homes. I gave my Martha Stewart cookware to charity. I will buy more and throw this new set of Kitchen Aid out. As a user, I have tested it for you and to even give it away is just plain unsafe. Thanks for nothing. I just bought a new Fridge, and stove. I went with LG. They test their products and don`t shunt their clients from one rep to another.Helpful?YesNo
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Kitchen Aid Cookware

I have made various attempts now to contact Kitchen Aid regarding my unsafe cookware set.. Up until 6 months ago and for the last 7 years, I had owned a beautiful set of Martha Stewart Cookware but had always dreamed of owning a set of Kitchen Aid which I thought (Boy was I wrong) stood for quality. This set I paid $400.00 for from a store no longer in business yet was assured when I bought it if I had any problem that Kitchen Aid would be more than obliging, yeah, sure. This set is blue on the exterior with blue rubber handles and has Teflon on the inside. My girlfriend, my Mom and I have all burned our hands picking up a lid or just taking something off the stove. The handles pick up heat from the actual basin of the pot. Also, the handles weigh more than the actual pot does so when you put a pot on the stove, unless something is in it, the pot tips over or the pan. I always thought that when cookware was developed, it went through a testing stage. I would say that it’s false because if it were true, these never would have made it in to people’s homes. I gave my Martha Stewart cookware to charity. I will buy more and throw this new set of Kitchen Aid out. As a user, I have tested it for you and to even give it away is just plain unsafe. Thanks for nothing. I just bought a new Fridge, and stove. I went with LG. They test their products and don`t shunt their clients from one rep to another.Helpful?YesNo
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Kitchen Aid Cookware

I have made various attempts now to contact Kitchen Aid regarding my unsafe cookware set.. Up until 6 months ago and for the last 7 years, I had owned a beautiful set of Martha Stewart Cookware but had always dreamed of owning a set of Kitchen Aid which I thought (Boy was I wrong) stood for quality. This set I paid $400.00 for from a store no longer in business yet was assured when I bought it if I had any problem that Kitchen Aid would be more than obliging, yeah, sure. This set is blue on the exterior with blue rubber handles and has Teflon on the inside. My girlfriend, my Mom and I have all burned our hands picking up a lid or just taking something off the stove. The handles pick up heat from the actual basin of the pot. Also, the handles weigh more than the actual pot does so when you put a pot on the stove, unless something is in it, the pot tips over or the pan. I always thought that when cookware was developed, it went through a testing stage. I would say that it’s false because if it were true, these never would have made it in to people’s homes. I gave my Martha Stewart cookware to charity. I will buy more and throw this new set of Kitchen Aid out. As a user, I have tested it for you and to even give it away is just plain unsafe. Thanks for nothing. I just bought a new Fridge, and stove. I went with LG. They test their products and don`t shunt their clients from one rep to another.
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Kitchen Aid Cookware

I have made various attempts now to contact Kitchen Aid regarding my unsafe cookware set.. Up until 6 months ago and for the last 7 years, I had owned a beautiful set of Martha Stewart Cookware but had always dreamed of owning a set of Kitchen Aid which I thought (Boy was I wrong) stood for quality. This set I paid $400.00 for from a store no longer in business yet was assured when I bought it if I had any problem that Kitchen Aid would be more than obliging, yeah, sure. This set is blue on the exterior with blue rubber handles and has Teflon on the inside. My girlfriend, my Mom and I have all burned our hands picking up a lid or just taking something off the stove. The handles pick up heat from the actual basin of the pot. Also, the handles weigh more than the actual pot does so when you put a pot on the stove, unless something is in it, the pot tips over or the pan.

Kitchen Aid Cookware

Kitchen Aid Cookware
Kitchen Aid Cookware