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Emeril ware?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Str8shootr, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. Str8shootr

    Str8shootr

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    I have always been a magnalite fan. Have had several pieces of the anodized cookware for years. Friends always ranted and raved about Reverewear (SS), but I never cared for it because it was so thin.

    I needed a new sauce pan last year, so I picked up a 3qt in BB&B, with Emeril's name on it. I have to say, it has become my favorite piece of cookware. I have electric burners, and when I bring something to a boil with this pan, I can turn the heat down to 1, and it still simmers. The base is thicker and the stailess steel is very well finished. I also like the glass lid.

    I wanted to get a skillet of his, but have found the one I want is only available in a set, for $200. I don't need a whole set just a couple of other pieces. The cookware is expensive individually, my saucepan was retailed at $80.

    Anyone else use Emeril ware, and found the same results?^c
     
  2. MrsKitty

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    For some reason, I am thinking that Emerilware is made by All Clad?

    I have a couple pieces of All Clad that I love :)
     

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    For the money, you can't beat Wolfgang Puck's products. This as to his stainless cookware...don't know about electric offerings.
     
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    Soldat Big Dwarf Rodeo

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    I've got his cast iron grill pan, Just don't let too much marinade get onto the pan as it will burn and get stuck to the pan/your food seeing as the "grill" are only 1/8in ridges. Other than that I love it.
     
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    Go to the various cooking equipment sites and watch the sales. www.cooking.com runs some decent sales and I'll pick up a couple of things every now and then. I like good paots and pans but have difficulty paying $280 for a stock pot.
     
  7. Barth Boffo

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    I own both Emeril ware and All Clad.
    I believe Emeril ware is only available
    in a non stick configuration, while All
    Clad can be had either way.
    I have many more All Clad pieces, so I use
    that brand a lot more; but the Emeril ware
    piece I have is excellent and has held up
    very well. I might even recommend Emeril ware
    for non-stick and All Clad for the other pieces
    like pots, sauce pans, sauciers, etc.