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Farberware PURECOOK 12 Piece Ceramic Nonstick Cookware Set Gray

Item# 268-MECIO2972-3-AF | Model# 17498 | Added on August 9, 2015 |
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Farberware PURECOOK 12 Piece Ceramic Nonstick Cookware Set Gray
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3 skillets, 1 covered skillet, 1 covered saucepan, 1 covered Dutch oven, 3 kitchen tools. Aluminum with porcelain enamel in range of colors. Black plastic handles with stainless steel accents. Textured nonstick cooking surfaces. Shatter-resistant glass lids. Oven safe to 350 degrees F. Dishwasher-safe. Make your kitchen more cheery with the Farberware PURECOOK 12 Piece Ceramic Nonstick Cookware Set. This comprehensive set includes a variety of pots, pans, lids, and cooking utensils. Porcelain enamel exteriors come in stylish color options. Textured nonstick cooking surfaces ensure foods release easily and cleanup is a breeze. Shatter-resistant glass lids let you see what's cooking while sturdy plastic handles offer a heat-resistant, reliable grip. These pots and pans are oven safe to 350 degrees and conveniently dishwasher-safe. About Meyer CorporationMeyer Corporation, U.S., based in Vallejo, Calif., has been one of the fastest-growing cookware companies in the United States and is now the largest distributor of range-top cookware in the country. Meyer Corporation specializes in the distribution of metal cookware and other kitchen products. The cookware is made by Meyer Corporation's own affiliate factories throughout the world; offering different brands enables the company to distribute different levels of cookware. Meyer Corporation's focus is on developing high-quality, top-performing cookware, using cutting-edge technology and designs. The company offers cookware made ... read more
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