New Stainless Steel Pans from Le Creuset

New Stainless Steel Pans from Le Creuset

Chris Phillips
Jun 25, 2007

We know Le Creuset for their colorful Dutch ovens. This summer Le Creuset is introducing a line of stainless steel cookware. We got a quick preview last week.

The line has an aluminum core between layers of stainless steel. The helper handles double as a lid rest. This stainless cookware comes with a lifetime warranty; the nonstick has a 10 year warranty. The line is priced slightly lower than All Clad: chef's pan is $160 and the 11 inch fry pan is $100.

This line launched first in the UK. After a few tweaks, the line is now making its way into the US market. We're hoping to get this into our test kitchen soon and give it a try. If you've already tried these pots and pans, let us know what you think.

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