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Cuisinart In the Mix 11pc Stainless Steel Redefine Cooking Set - 85C-11

Item# 210-76400631-AF | Model# 76400631 | Added on September 30, 2019 |
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Cuisinart In the Mix 11pc Stainless Steel Redefine Cooking Set - 85C-11
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Whether it's a creamy butternut squash soup, braised chicken thighs, or a pot of pasta for you to share with everyone at your next dinner party there is a vessel in the Redefine Collection that will fit any of your culinary needs. Its sleek, stainless, lustrous black finish on quality stainless steel makes it the perfect statement piece for your stovetop when you are entertaining guests. The aluminum-encapsulated base heats up quickly and enables even heat distribution for consistent results while cooking. Our tempered glass lids with polished stainless steel rims seal in moisture and flavor. Most vessels include interior measurement markings so you can measure ingredients for precise cooking without having to grab a measuring cup. Sleek glass lids with stainless rims seal in moisture and flavor. Glass is tempered for durability and to ensure lasting performance. Maintain a solid grip on your cookware with the Wide, Easy-Grip Bronze Finish Handles, contoured for your hand for extra comfort and an elevated, elegant look. This collection features a 1qt saucepan, a 12” everyday pan with cover, a 5qt pasta pot with cover, a 2.5qt saucepan with cover, a 10” nonstick skillet an 8” nonstick skillet so you can finally perfect that French omelet you've been wanting to make. All pieces are dishwasher safe and compatible with all stovetops, including induction. Oven and broiler safe. Freezer safe for easy food storage. Gender: unisex.
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