Ovenable (400ºF/204ºC) PanSaver EZ Clean Multi-Use Cooking Bags /Slow Cooker Liners Are Used in Food Preparation, Cooking and Holding, to Prevent Food From “Baking-on” and “Burning-on” to the Pot, Pan or Slow cooker. PanSaver Pan Liners are Convenient, Time Saving Kitchen Aids Which Will Improve the Food You Serve As Well As Reduce Your Costs. 25 Liners and Ties Per Box
I can honestly say these PanSaver EZ slow cooker liners are the best ever !! I’ve purchased others (both from Amaazon and locally), and these are far superior.
What’s especially nice about them are the nylon “ties” that are really useful for steaming outside the traditional use of a crock pot liner; plus the quality is just plain superior. Best Cookware Kitchen
The only vexsome thing is that Amazon is not listing the quantity of bags included. In this case, it was a total of 25. However, that’s an item description issue and has nothing to do with the great quality of these liners.
I ordered these, and while I waited for them to arrive I grabbed a box of the Reynolds brand crock pot liners to tide me over. I LOVED them. I got these in and when I tried it the first time, it leaked. I was making a black eyed pea soup, so I though maybe the soup was just too much liquid for it. I’ve used it twice since, and both times they have leaked into the crock pot. The other brand didn’t leave ANYTHING behind, so while they are much pricier, they definitely work better. I’m sadly disappointed, but you get what you pay for I guess.
Aeternum Easy Saute Pan, 10-inch, Silver. The Aeternum Easy Line is for those looking for a Saute Pan that’s affordable, stylish and has innovative non-stick technology. Available in metallic purple, blue and silver with coordinating color handles.; Nano-ceramic non stick interiors. Coined aluminum construction. Silicone lacquer exteriors. Stay-cool bakelite handles
I needed a good breakfast pan. I’ve decided to steer clear of teflon and aluminum pans due to health concerns, didn’t get results I wanted with my lovely stainless steel ones when it came to breakfast (I’m not so pro that I can make my omelettes on them without them sticking just yet), and though I love my cast iron pans well, flipping pancakes in one is out of the question. I had that breakfast dilemma and this pan gave me a sense of relief. They are a breeze to cook on and the white interiors are a perk because I can monitor my food while its cooking so I can get it just right (my hash browns were never a more perfect golden color). Another plus is that they are very easy to clean and don’t require any special seasoning or maintenance. PaulaDeen Cookware
My recommendation about these are 1. Do not use HIGH heat. You ”can” if you want to if you are frying some sausage links and stuff like that but for anything else like omelettes or potatoes, you’ll get better results on these with the heat on MEDIUM or MED-HIGH. 2. Don’t use metal spatulas or utensils. They WILL damage the surface of the ceramic. 3. Don’t use a scouring pad to clean these, you can wipe most cooked on food with a soft sponge and if it’s really baked on (take it easy on the heat next time) let it soak for a few minutes and it should wipe right off.
Aeternum Red Saute Pan, 3 pack ceramic non-stick. The Aeternum Red Line is changing the way we view cooking. Aeternum is a heavy gauge aluminum construction with a white nano-ceramic nonstick coating. The nonstick coating is PTFE and PFOA free. The white nonstick surface is excellent for monitoring foods during the cooking process.; Nano-ceramic non-stick interiors. Heavyweight coined aluminum construction. High-temp exterior finish. Soft-touch ergonomic handles. Best Kitchen Cookware
I only received these pans a few days ago but so far I am ecstatic about them. Slide a silicone spatula around the inside to remove the food and they are so clean you barely know you cooked something in them. Also the handle and weight distribution make them extraordinarily comfortable to use. Don’t know how they will stand the test of time but they can’t be worse than teflon, and they don’t come with a warning about possibly poisoning any canaries you might happen to keep your kitchen, as my last teflon set did. Just make sure you read the directions and follow them – they require basically the same care as teflon but don’t outgas anything bad and the manufacturing process is billed as green. I have been wiping a very thin coat of olive oil over the non-stick surface before each use, rather than just periodically as the directions say. Conservatism? It’s a very small amount of oil, and these are sauté pans where I usually use a bit of oil anyway. My regular pans always end up with browned grease on the sides that requires scrubbing. These stay clean. Love them!
I have been researching ceramic pans for about a month and this set caught my eye. Once I received them I could not wait to use them. The perform as advertised, you only have to use a limited amount of oil. Nothing sticks to these pans. My only advise is do not use high heat, for it will discolor the white finish.
after just one use the bottom is scratched on both pans we used, The red paint is peeling off. The white surface is super easy to use and cle
We bought these in December, and by April/May they started to show signs of becoming less non-stick. Now July, and the large pan I will have to throw away. http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?SKU=127833 I will be getting these soon. My sister owns 1, and LOVES hers.
I have never cooked on anything like this! The ceramic super slippery, but lightweight unlike cast iron. Versatile sizes, very easy to clean. Dishwasher safe (but never needs it!). The silicone handles are excellent, too. Best Cookware Review
ve been looking for ceramic cookware for a long time. Price was always the issue. These were a great price so I at first was apprehensive. I love these pots. I find the nonstick of the ceramic amazing and the fact that it’s non-toxic awesome. The only bad part was the silly stickers on the lid, which I soaked and scraped off.
The pots seemed kind of flimsy but after cooking with them for a month I only get happier with them as they cook fast and clean very easily. The exterior also still has the same bright hue as the first day I used it. Love everything but the lids. Be careful with your cooking utensils and scrub too hard when cleaning to preserve the ceramic coating
I have had these pans for about 6 months and loved them at first. Top Cookware I have to say that the ceramic coating has held up much better than the more expensive pans and they do a good job of being non-stick and cleaning easily. But now my handles are cracking and falling off! I am so disappointed! I can only assume that the plastic handles cannot handle heat long term. I have had to discard both the skillet and the dutch oven, the pieces I use the most. The two saucepans are still fine.
WearEver Pure Living Nonstick Scratch Resistant Ceramic Coating PTFE-Free, PFOA-Free, Cadmium-Free Cookware is durable, recyclable and high temperature resistant (up to 750˚ F vs. 500˚ F of traditional nonstick cookware sets).
WearEver Pure Living Nonstick Ceramic Cookware has high quality aluminum base that guarantees high heat retention. WearEver Pure Living Nonstick Ceramic Cookware is excellent for searing meats, poultry and fish and it delivers crisper, more evenly cooked food.
WearEver Pure Living Nonstick Ceramic Cookware has nonstick exterior and silicone riveted handles, comes with glass lids, carries a lifetime warranty against defects, excluding dishwasher damage. This Wearever Ceramic Cookware set includes 8” fry pan, 10” fry pan, 12″ Covered fry pan, 1qt Covered Sauce, 2qt Sauce, 3qt Covered Sauce, 3.5qt Covered deep saute, 5qt Dutch Oven, Steamer insert
First of all, sorry about my bad grasp of the English language; I’m not a native speaker, but I’ll do my best.
I decided to buy these after I got tired of having food burnt “in the middle” due to the pan being extremely hot at the center. I value nonstick surfaces for the easiness on cleaning, but I also had bad experiences in the past with scratches and losing the nonstick properties after a while.
I’ve owned this set of pans for a little over a year now, and it is amazing how they are still as good as their first day. The nonstick surface is still new, and the pans are very easy to clean, with the right weigh and thickness that allow for a decent distribution of heat.
If you are not a professional cook and need a set of reliable cookware for daily cooking, I highly recommend this. They are not extremely expensive as the professional-grade cookware in the market, but I found out they perform almost as good (no noticeable difference for an amateur like me).
I have a large stainless steel set of cookware and had some odds and ends of non-stick for many years. I wanted to replace my old non-stick but didn’t want to pay the price of some of the higher end brands. This cookware has a nice weight to it and fits the purpose just fine. I’ve been able to do some required high temperature cooking without sticking or burning. The only drawbacks for me would be that I wish the set included a 12″ frying pan (w/lid) in lieu of the dutch oven. Also, it would be nice if it was dishwasher safe, but it is so easily cleaned that small negative shouldn’t deter a purchase.
We ordered this set to add on to an existing mish mash of pots and pans we’ve had for years. The hope was that we could toss some of the older pans out.
Strong Points: Great coating, the food literally slides off with little effort. Inclusion of a couple tools is a nice touch (though not sure it’s worth paying more for, as the tools probably retail for a dollar or two).
Heating distribution is even, and so it cooks effectively.
Weak Points: Small. It’s hard at times to convert 8″ pot into a visual, especially when the pictures show things that look bigger. A few of the pans are suitable for children, but not big enough to cook something for a single adult.
Overall, the product appears well made, but I would go to a more expensive set with a larger selection of pots and pans if I was going to use these as my primary cooking utensils.
T-fal D913SC64 Signature Hard Anodized Oven Safe Nonstick Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator 12-Piece Cookware Set, Gray/Black. This set contains the pieces everyone needs for a well stocked kitchen.
It includes 8 and 10¼ inch sauté pans, 1, 2, and 3 quart covered saucepans with lids, a 5 quart Dutch oven with lid, a slotted spatula, and a serving spoon. The lids are made of tempered glass and each has a small hole to allow steam to escape. In addition, the lids can be used on multiple pans;
the Dutch Oven and the 3 quart saucepan also fit the 10¼ inch and 8 inch sauté pans. The sauté pans are equipped with the T-Fal Thermo-Spot heat indicator which changes appearance when the pan reaches proper cooking temperature.
Nonstick inside and out for easy cleaning, this 10-piece cookware set outfits a kitchen with the basics while permitting healthful, low-fat cooking. The set consists of a 8 inch saute pan, a 9.5 inch saute pan, a 11 inch saute pan, a 1-quart saucepan with lid, a 2-quart saucepan with lid, a steamer, and a covered 5 quart Dutch oven that doubles as a pot for cooking pasta, simmering stock, or making soup.
Lids are vented, made of tempered glass, and have knobs that adjust to vent steam for controlled cooking. Ergonomic handles made of tough plastic stay cool on the stovetop and are oven-safe to 350 degrees F.
They’re welded, with no inside rivets to trap food, and have hanging holes. Though inexpensive, the cookware is handsome and stylish, with charcoal gray exteriors and charcoal black interiors. Bottoms resist warping for uniform heating without hot spots. This cookware carries a lifetime warranty against defects, excluding dishwasher damage.