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This All Clad Copper Core 10-Piece Cookware Set is part of All Clad’s premier copper core collection and is the ultimate copper core stainless steel cookware on the market. All Clad are well known for the quality, performance and fantastic looks of their stainless steel cookware, and their copper core collection utilizes a patented 5-ply construction that combines the excellent heat conduction properties of copper with the benefits of stainless steel – hygienic, strong and durable, good looking and easy to clean.
There’s a huge range of stainless steel cookware on offer from all the top manufacturers and it can vary a lot in terms of quality and performance, as well as price with All-Clad® being at the top end for all three. The best quality cookware will have the copper or aluminium core in the sides of the pans as well as on the bottom – this is important when cooking with gas because licking flames can cause hot spots, especially if you have to put a small pot on a big burner. Good cookware is made to last for years and so you’ll be living with it for quite some time.
These pans all have a solid, heavy feel to them, without being too heavy to handle comfortably. A couple features that we really like about All Clad cookware are the rolled edges which help prevent dripping when transferring contents and also provide a perfect fit with the lids to help lock in flavor and heat, and the long, stay-cool, stainless steel handles  which are permanently attached with stainless steel rivets – it all adds up to an overall feel of quality and thought that has gone into these pans. Copper Core is All Clad’s top of the range cookware collection and uses their patented 5-ply bonded construction.
The center core is made from copper which is absolutely the best material for heat conductivity and heat retention which produces even heat distribution and makes it very responsive – in cookware that means no hotspots, plus any changes to the cooking temperature translate to your food much quicker. The next layers of aluminum have almost as good heat conductivity as the copper core but are much lighter weight and so stop the pans being too heavy (and of course, it’s considerably less expensive).
The interior and exterior layers of stainless steel are hygienic, strong and durable, good looking and easy to clean, and also mean that you can use the cookware on induction hobs. So, by wrapping copper and aluminum cores inside two layers of stainless steel you get all the following advantages of each metal without the disadvantages. With all these benefits it’s easy to see why copper core stainless steel cookware sets are considered by many cooks to be the ultimate cookware. All Clad believe in standing behind their products ans so this cookware set comes with a limited LIFETIME warranty, as you would expect when you’re spending this much money. We check prices regularly for all the cookware sets that we review and we generally find that Amazon has the best prices. We think we’ve covered pretty much everything in this All Clad Copper Core 10-Piece Cookware Set Review, but if you still want to read more reviews, the best place for reviews from people who actually use the product is Amazon. A lot of people still prefer to cook with nonstick pots and pans but in recent years, the risk of using Teflon-coated pieces have made many to make a switch to ceramic and other types of nonstick cookware. The Stoneline cookware is developed in Germany (another product with German technology is the Ozeri Green Earth pan) and its cooking surface is made of crushed particles of rock that are combined with a nonstick element.
The exterior is made of cast aluminum and stainless steel with a thick stainless steel alloy base which makes it suitable for induction stove tops. The set is oven safe up to 350°F but it is not dishwasher-safe as harsh detergents can damage the inner coating.
Right weight – Although it has a stone component, the pieces are not that heavy with a shipping weight of around 19 pounds which is comparable to the WearEver Pure Living ceramic cookware. Food sticks – A small number of buyers have raised this common complaint of stickiness when it comes to this nonstick cookware.
Knives feel flimsy – While being offered for free to entice buyers, a few customers have complained that the knife set feels cheap and flimsy. The question is do you trust it enough to fork out over $200 for a 8-piece cookware set given that Stoneline is not exactly an old brand name?
However, if you still like cooking with nonstick pots and pans but without the harmful elements, then this is where the choices become a little narrower. Your use of this website constitutes acknowledgement and acceptance of our Terms & Conditions. Paula Deen cookware has always been about combining style and functionality and the Savannah cookware collection is no different.


Featured here is the Paula Deen Savannah Collection 17-Piece set although it is also available as a 12-piece package. For the Paula Deen Savannah 12-Piece set, what would be missing from the above list would be the covered saute pan, a nylon tool and the 2 cookie pans.
The Savannah set have contoured handles with matching colors which are double riveted to the body of the pieces for sturdiness.
Satin ivory interior – Most nonstick cookware would have a black surface on the inside but the Savannah pots and pans have an attractive light colored interior instead. Food release – The nonstick coating releases food easily when cooking that nothing sticks to the pan. Stay cool handles – The handles stay cool during cooking with its rubber-like material. I was trying to find out what the non-stick coating is made out of, because it was light colored I was thinking it was one of the newer ceramic type finishes.
I have found that the best product to use for removing stains or discoloration from the white interior is Barkeeper’s Friend. When you are contemplating spending such a large sum of money on your next set of cookware, you need to make sure you get it right.
It’s also quite an investment (particularly this set), so when choosing which type to buy, you need to make sure you make the right choice first time and consider both practicality and looks. This is caused in part by the copper center core which you can actually see on the edges of the pans. This consists of a copper center core, bonded to aluminum on each side, which is bonded to stainless steel exterior and interior layers. Pure stainless steel, however, doesn’t conduct heat nearly as well as copper and aluminum. Although you will get these benefits from pans using a less expensive 3-ply stainless steel and aluminum construction, the copper core gives these pans a heavier, more solid feel and does give even better cooking performance. Add to that free shipping and an excellent returns policy, and we really do think they’re the best deal all round. The Stoneline cookware is one such alternative whereby it is being marketed as a nonstick but healthy substitute to Teflon pans. With this stone micro-coating, it boasts of having a natural hot stone cooking surface which is not only nonstick, but also highly durable and abrasion resistant. You will also need to re-season the pots and pans once they lose the natural nonstick coating over repeated washing with detergents. While many find the Stoneline easy to cook with, there are also a few who seems to have food constantly sticking to their pans despite seasoning the pieces as instructed. Its price is comparable to cookware sets like the Cuisinart Chef’s Classic and Emeril Pro-Clad which are trusted well-known brand names in the market. Ceramic cookware would still be cheaper as a start (you can get the Cook N Home Ceramic Cookware set for around $70) but the Stoneline would probably last you longer with its more durable interior coating and more solid build. Available in a few colors, it is suitable for those who like a bit of color for their pots and pans for a touch of modernity in the kitchen decor. At the time of review, the price difference between the 2 sets is about $30, which is less than the cost of the saute pan individually. The interior has a nonstick coating with satin ivory finish while the exterior is made of porcelain enamel to give the pieces the different colors.
Combined with the colorful exterior, it is really stylish to look at compared to traditional nonstick cookware. The whole Savannah 17-piece cookware set weighs about 18 pounds – just the right weight for those who like to cook with lighter pots and pans.
Repeated use of any pots and pans are bound to show wear and tear and given the light colored cooking surface, you should expect stains to appear after a while.


Although the number of pieces are more, it also costs about $40 to $50 extra compared to the Signature based on the list price at the time of writing. Well, it does have good reviews from buyers, so apart from the looks, you do have a functional set here.
So, if that is the case, compare the prices when purchasing and see if the additional cost is worth the difference in style for the Savannah Collection then. Unfortunately, the details of the nonstick coating is not mentioned anywhere in their product description and therefore, buyers can only guess what it might be. If you require further details regarding the transaction data, please contact the supplier directly. Having a core made from either (or both) of these metals results in even heat distribution and maximum responsiveness to temperature changes. Sure, once you’ve bought the set and you see the quality and experience the way it cooks, you’ll want to add more pieces! A lot of cooks agree that if you can afford the extra cost, it’s worth buying copper core. All stainless steel cookware takes a little more care than non-stick, so have a look at our guide Stainless Steel Cookware Care.
It has been claimed that Stoneline is 10 times more durable than traditional nonstick cookware. Only wooden, silicone and similar utensils are recommended to be used to avoid damage to the interior. To re-season, you will need to wipe a layer of hot oil with a paper towel onto the cold cooking surface. Compared to other non-toxic cookware like the Orgreenic 10-Piece set, the Stoneline 8-piece set is selling for over $100 more at the time of review. The pots and pans are oven-safe up to 350°F while the bakeware can withstand a higher temperature of up to 500°F. Not many sets have a white cooking surface except for ceramic ones like the WearEver Pure Living cookware.
Unless you do like to have the cookie pans and nylon tools, the only other extra between the two sets is the 1.5-quart covered saucepan.
The question is do you want to pay more for a more attractive light colored interior compared to the same company’s Signature collection? Generally, I feel that nonstick porcelain enamel cookware is good to look at and some people do buy it for the visual appeal. It’s also worth watching the video How To Stop Stainless Steel Sticking which shows you the proper way to cook with stainless steel.
But in terms of quality and durability, it can be one big question mark, especially when compared to good old stainless steel cookware.
If you want more color options, you can also take a look at the Paula Deen Signature Collection porcelain cookware.
Although the Emeril set has only 13-pieces, it has bigger sizes which is more practical than the Savannah. The Signature has a rounded shape with speckles adorning the pots and pans while the Savannah has a scalloped shape with no patterns visible on the outside.



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Comments

  1. ISMAIL writes:
    Heavy aluminum core and sandwiched between stainless touch the rim of the pan.
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  3. Bratka writes:
    Cookware is developed to distribute heat rapidly and toughened non-stick.