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Rachael Ray 12 Piece Cookware Set - Purple

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Rachael Ray 12 Piece Cookware Set - Purple
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Add style and efficiency to the kitchen, with the Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Enamel Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set that features saucepans, skillets, and more for creating delicious, memorable meals. Created by Rach for warmth and practicality, the modern rustic design of the cookware adds an inviting touch to every delicious meal and dining occasion. Crafted with sturdy hard enamel porcelain exteriors and durable aluminum construction that promotes fast, even heating, these stylish pots and pans incorporate the easy-to-use functionality and time-saving solutions Rachael is known for. Her color sense meets convenience with the distinctive espresso-colored, Pfoa-free nonstick that releases foods effortlessly, complements the exteriors, and cleans up easily. Use the sauté pan for cooking salmon burgers and the generous stockpot for making Rachael’s Potato, Zucchini and Tomato Soup - a coordinating nylon slotted turner and slotted spoon are included to help with meal preparation. The rubberized stainless steel handles are dual riveted for added strength, and shatter-resistant glass lids seal in heat and moisture. Oven safe to 400°F, the cookware is suitable for all stovetops, except induction. This stylish cookware set is a welcome addition to inviting serveware, dinnerware and other cookware pieces in the Rachael Ray Cucina collection. Prepare delectable dishes for friends and family with the warmly-colored, high-efficiency cookware pieces in the Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Enamel ... read more
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