Cookware Reviews

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When it comes to your cookware, you have many options. Sometimes too many. Choosing the best cookware online can be quite a challenge, and finding good reviews to help you make your purchase decision is no walk in the park, either. We know. And we’re here to help.

We know you have choices, and we can help you make them. You can find the best brands of cookware at high-end department stores, but if you choose that route, you’ll just end up paying through the nose. You will also be forced to choose a set without user feedback to help you make your selection. Itis possible to find high-quality cookware at bargain barrel prices.

At Cookware-Reviews.com, we offer real reviews from actual users to help you decide which cookware set is right for you.

Top 3 (Sets /  Sellers /  Picks)

Our Top 3 Sets

All Clad Copper Core 10-Piece Cookware Set Review

All Clad Copper Core 10-Piece Cookware

 

 

 

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Emeril by All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick Review

Emeril by All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick with Pouring Spouts Scratch Resistant

 

 

 

 

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BergHOFF Earthchef Premium Copper Clad 10 Piece Cookware Set

 

Berghoff earch chef

 

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Our 3 Best Sellers

Emeril by All-Clad E914SC PRO-CLAD Stainless Steel PRO-CLAD Tri-Ply 

( Dishwasher Safe )

Stainless Steel PRO-CLAD Tri-Ply

 

 

 

 

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Duxtop Whole-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Induction Review

 Duxtop Whole-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Induction Review

 

 

 

 

 

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American Kitchen 10-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set
( Set was out of stock when we last checked)

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Top Cookware Sets by Material

Top Aluminum Cookware Sets

Fissler Original Pro Collection 10-Piece Set

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Top Stainless Steel Cookware Sets

Cooks Standard Multi-Ply Clad Stainless-Steel 10-Piece Set

Cooks Standard Multi-Ply Clad Stainless-Steel 10-Piece Cookware

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Top Hard anodized Cookware Sets

Cuisinart 66-17 Chef’s Classic Nonstick Hard Anodized Set

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Top NON stick Cookware Set

Circulon Contempo Hard Anodized Nonstick 10-Piece Cookware Set

 

 

 

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Top Copper Cookware Sets

Calphalon Tri-Ply Copper 10-Piece Cookware Set

Calphalon Cookware set

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Top Waterless Cookware Sets

Chef’s Secret 14 Piece Element Cookware with Thermo Control Knobs

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Cookware by Material

So, what’s the point of selecting certain cookware material types, anyway? This is a question asked by countless consumers, and with good reason. Let’s examine why selecting the right cookware material type is so important. You’ll discover what copper cookware is all about, as well as why people opt for copper cookware, cast iron cookware, hard anodized cookware, or other cookware materials for their cooking. There are reasons for each of these selections, and we’ll break it all down for you so you can decide which material type best suits your individual needs in the kitchen.

Aluminum Cookware

Aluminum is an extremely lightweight material. It’s cheap to produce, and many manufacturers combine it with other materials to reinforce the cookware they create.

The price you’ll pay for aluminum cookware will fluctuate depending upon the material that a company combines with the aluminum. Most aluminum cookware is anodized aluminum. This is because the combination creates a tough surface coating that doesn’t react with the foods you cook. If you choose un-anodized cookware, the dishes you prepare may take on an acidic taste.      Read More

 

Advantages of Aluminum:
• Depending upon the materials aluminum cookware is combined with, the price may be low to moderate, so it’s great for tighter budgets

• Aluminum cookware is a superior heat conductor

 

Disadvantages of Aluminum:

• If aluminum cookware is not wrapped with clad materials, it has the potential to scratch or warp when faced with cooking utensils and/or high heating temperatures.

• If it’s not coated with another material, the aluminum may react with foods and create an acidic taste

Copper Cookware

Although copper cookware is more high-maintenance than other materials, it’s worth the added TLC. Professional chefs and 5-star restaurants use copper, and for good reason – it’s arguably the best cookware to use in order to create stellar dishes time after time.Read More

Advantages of Copper:
• Extremely responsive to cooktops, so dishes cook quickly and evenly every time

• Fantastic at distributing heat

• Will last a lifetime with proper upkeep

 

Disadvantages of Copper:

• Needs hand-washing, polishing, and extra care when storing and using the cookware

• Some of the most expensive cookware on the market

• May scratch during cooking, possible to change the color and/or taste of foods cooked in copper pieces

Hard Anodized Cookware

hard anodized

Hard anodized cookware is the most popular material on the market. It’s usually aluminum-based, and manufacturers coat, or “anodize” it with a strong material that helps protect your dishes while you cook.  Read More

 

Advantages of Aluminum:
• Depending upon the materials aluminum cookware is combined with, the price may be low to moderate, so it’s great for tighter budgets

• Aluminum cookware is a superior heat conductor

 

Disadvantages of Aluminum:

• If aluminum cookware is not wrapped with clad materials, it has the potential to scratch or warp when faced with cooking utensils and/or high heating temperatures.

• If it’s not coated with another material, the aluminum may react with foods and create an acidic taste

Cast Iron CookwareEnameled Cast Iron

cast ironOne of the oldest materials used to make cookware is cast iron. Although it takes more time to heat cast iron cookware, the foods you’ll cook once it’s hot are very much worth the wait. Both cast iron cookware and enameled cast iron requires more care than other cookware materials due to issues with rust. In addition, traditional cast iron requires seasoning before first use, a process that will ensure it has a protective layer that will guard the surface of the pieces and keep foods from sticking.

Advantages of Cast Iron:

• Retains heat beautifully once heating temperature is reached

• Relatively inexpensive

• Unparalleled durability, lasts a lifetime

 

Disadvantages of Cast Iron:

• If you opt for enameled cast iron, it can become quite expensive

• Heavier and bulkier than most other cookware

• For non-enameled cast iron, to maintain the nonstick surface, you must season the cookware before first use

NonStick Cookware

images_Categories Pictures_reviews by material_nonstick cookwareNonstick cookware is the most common material on the market. It’s easy to use, a breeze to clean, and foods slide from the pieces with ease. The most common kinds of nonstick cookware are frying pans and roasting pans, because drippings and grease are the worst offenders when it comes to sticking.  Read More

Advantages of Non Stick:
• It’s not necessary to use much – or any – oil during cooking

• Cleanup is a breeze – leftover foods slide out with minimal scrubbing

 

Disadvantages of Non Stick:

• You should hand-wash nonstick cookware with a non-abrasive pad unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer

• Nonstick coating has a tendency to scratch, especially if you use metal utensils to cook

Stainless Steel Cookware

stainless steelMost high-end kitchens have a set of stainless steel cookware, and if you’re serious about your cooking, it’s a great addition to your kitchen. The majority of sets are an 18/10 mix of metal alloys, and when the sets are combined with other cookware materials, such as aluminum or copper, they’re superior conductors of heat.   Read More

Advantages of Stainless Steel:
• Durable enough to last for years

• Much more resistant to scratching than other materials

• Dishwasher safe, so cleanup is near-effortless

• Never reacts with the acids in foods you cook

 

Disadvantages of Stainless Steel:

• Not the best heat conductor, but when combined with other materials, this issue is easily overcome

Ceramic

ceramicPerhaps the greatest thing about is that it offers key perks of cast iron without all the hassle. If you’re someone who enjoys cooking with cast iron due to the superior heat distribution, but you… 

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Enamel

EnamelEnamel CW set is made from extremely heavy-duty metals such as cast iron. Once the CW has been created, it’s coated with enamel. To get a super-smooth coat on…

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Induction

inductionTo understand induction CW, you must first grasp the concept of induction cooking. Induction cooking uses the process of induction heating to warm up a cooking vessel…

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Glass

glassGlass CW has recently increased in popularity due to health concerns over the transfer of harmful chemicals through cooking with metal pieces. Many consumers have..

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Titanium

titaniumTitanium is a fantastic material for CW because it is extremely durable and a great conductor of heat. Titanium CW sets often feature a cast aluminum core, which…

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Waterless

waterlessWaterless CW is an innovative new spin on classic kitchenware. Waterless cooking has become increasingly popular in recent years. It refers to cooking without…

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What Kind of Cook are You?

 

images_Licensed Main pages images_GuideThis might seem alittle bit odd but believe it or not alot of people do not know what kind of cook are they and they go and shop for cookware sets based on what others are saying or what their friends and family bought, this is a huge mistake since we have already mentioned that the cookware you buy will stay in your kitchen for years and you don’t want to suffer because you bought something that doesn’t fit your needs. Click here to read our guide to know what kind of cook are you

When people buy items for the kitchen, most make poor decisions simply because they neglect to do their homework. They run to the nearest department store and pay full price when they could easily snag the very same items online for a fraction of the cost. Did you know that with even just a little research, you can save up to 80% on many of the kitchen accessories you’re lusting over in the catalogs?

Our site has a dedicated page to make the research process a breeze. We continuously update our list of all the ongoing sales and deals online so you can take advantage of them right away.

Choosing Your Cookware

Alot of our visitors come to our site looking for help in choosing their cookware, since this will be the most valuable equipment in your kitchen and will effect the food quality then you need to know what you are looking for, it might seem easy to go and buy a cookware but remember you don’t want to waste your money and time by buying the wrong cookware, you have to know what you want and what type of cookware are you in order to decide. We have decided to split the whole choosing process in few steps.

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