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Rachael Ray Cucina 12 piece Hard Anodized Cookware Set - Cranberry (Red)

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Rachael Ray Cucina 12 piece Hard Anodized Cookware Set - Cranberry (Red)
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Create numerous delectable meals and countless cherished memories with the Rachael Ray Cucina Hard-Anodized Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set. The durable pots and pans in this stylish, practical cookware set are sturdily crafted from hard-anodized aluminum which provides fast, even heating and helps to reduce hot spots that can burn foods. The appealing espresso-colored nonstick is Pfoa-free and long-lasting to provide easy food release and cleanup. Offering a comfortable grasp, the cookware’s rustically-styled silicone-over-stainless-steel handles are dual riveted for added strength and boast an earthy, modern hue for a dash of color. The saucepans, stockpot and sauté feature shatter-resistant glass lids with wide stainless steel rims and allow simmering stews and sauces to be monitored without losing heat or moisture. Along with two skillets, the cookware set also offers a sturdy yet flexible slotted nylon turner and spoon that match the handles’ color. Oven safe to 400°F, the nonstick pots and pans are suitable for all stovetops, except induction. Dishwasher safe for convenience, this cookware set makes a handsome addition to serveware, dinnerware and other cookware pieces in the rustic, modern Rachael Ray Cucina collections. Share memorable meals with family and friends by preparing delicious foods with the inviting Rachael Ray Cucina Hard-Anodized Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set. Color: Cranberry.
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