Buy Paula Deen Cookware By Farberware

paula-deen-porcelain-saute-pan Paula Deen is one of those cooking icons that has overcome adversity to become a well known TV celebrity with her own cooking show, well actually she has two shows on the Food Network – Paula’s Party and Paula’s Home Cooking.

Paula has her had her cookbook: Paula Deen Celebrates!: Best Dishes and Best Wishes for the Best Times of Your Life published and has also had the honor of receiving the “International Meal of Year” designation by USA Today. Plus she has also appeared on the Oprah show, all of which shows that she is well trusted in the business.

Now you can purchase the Paula Deen range of cookware which is manufactured by Faberware, another trusted name in cookware circles.

Just look at the classy lines of the Paula Deen from Farberware 5-qt. Nonstick Signature Porcelain Saute Pan in Red. Apart from the great color, I love the rounded shape.

This cookware with its speckled porcelain exterior will enhance any kitchen decor from contemporary to traditional. The exterior of the pan is stain resistant, easy to clean Aluminum. So you know what that means don’t you – that’s right-a pan that heats up quickly and evenly, just what all cooks need.

The pans are high quality nonstick which of course means easing clean up as food simply slides off the pan.

Now apart from the lovely lines that I have already mentioned, I love the dual riveted, rubberized handles as they provide a comfortable and secure grip.

For those of you who like to have your pans on display the handle has stylish copper plated rings attached for your hanging convenience.

And of course another favorite of mine, a clear lid that allows me to watch the food cook. I don’t know why but it is a fascination for me to watch food cook. But it also means I don’t have to lift the lid and let the steam escape unnecessarily.

Paula Deen cookware comes in both red and charcoal.

For those that love Paula Deen’s recipes head on over to her website at


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  1. chris Burgess says:

    I bought the paula Deen signature series last week and used it once used a wooden spatula and it scratched the bottom not too happy with it.

  2. You have a typo in your headline! Fa-R-berware.

    Happy Holidays!

    Jennifer Comer
    Bliss Magazine

  3. Thank you very much Jennifer. I have corrected the spelling.

    Have a great New Year.

  4. I bought the Paula Deen porcelain nonstick cookware but i havent used it yet because i can not find any info on if i can use it on my glass top stove i have even emailed the paula with NO reply so looks like its going back to the store

    • Nancy Wisley says:

      If you read the literature that came with your set thoroughly you would already know. It says you can use it on glass top ranges but not to move a hot pan to a cold burner

    • I also have the cookware, I use it on my glass top stove and absolutely love it! It heats up evenly, you do have to becareful about the pan sliding, but I just make sure to hold onto the pan when stirring or turning something. I hope this helps you.

  5. There are two different styles of handles sold. The handle sold by the Walmart company does not have the metal ring on the handle, (and the style is just a little different.) The handles have openings by which to hang. Does anyone know if the brand sold by Walmart is authentic?
    Thanks for your help.

  6. Is it a Casserole or a Dutch oven? Are these interchangeable terms? Please clarify. The five quart red casserole..

  7. Are the terms, cassrole and dutch oven interchangeable? Re; Paula Deen cookware

  8. Hi Ellie

    Most people tend to think of a dutch oven as a cast iron pot that can be used over a camp fire.

    This is probably not something you would do with a casserole dish.

    However, I do believe the meanings have become blurred over the years with both terms being used for a pot that can be used on the stovetop as well as in the oven.

    Anybody else like to comment and perhaps clarify this?

  9. Ashley Garris says:

    I bought the pots and pans and I am using the black nonstick utensils and it dose not scratch. I love them. My mom alos has them and she loves her products.

  10. Thank you for sharing your experiences with the Paula Deen cookware, Ashley.

  11. i bought paula deens 12 piece cookware set about a month ago. the pans have been washed over and over but every time i use them i smell a sulfur smell. has anyone else noticed this?

    • Shannon says:

      I have, too, smell this odd odor. Is it safe?

    • Yes, the odor is terrible! I’ve quit using them and have wondered if they are safe. Even my dishwasher reeks after washing the pans.

      • I have this smell too!!! It’s driving me crazy. My whole cabinet smells, it’s almost like a dirty grease or urine smell. I thought I was going nuts. Thanks!

  12. Hello, I am a house director at a sorority inKansas. I am looking to purchase a Paula Deen nonstick dutch oven. I don’t need the set, just the large pot. Is it possible to purchase it separatly?

  13. As far as I know the enamel stockpot isn’t sold separately. I have done a search but no one seems to sell it.

  14. I bought the burgandy set yesterday. The lid wasn’t tight on the big pot–steam was escaping like crazy! I’m going to try and exchange it, maybe I just received a bad lid. I really like the color of them and they seem very well made. Fingers crossed!!

    • It certainly sounds like you have a faulty lid, Diana. Please keep us informed about how you go getting the lid exchanged. Sharing these experiences helps our readers know which companies are easy to deal with when it comes to exchanging faulty products. The majority of companies realize the importance of good customer relations and are generally more than willing to be helpful, but there are always those companies who can be difficult.
      The burgundy set is attractive looking.

  15. frances branham says:

    My husband brought the 12 piece set for me a couple of months ago. The red set. I love how they cook, but now the color is a dingy color, not red at all. It looks like it has a film across it. Can anyone tell me why this is. I am really upset at this, he paid really good money for this set.

  16. Pam Esslinger says:

    First site I have looked through to see if anyone else has had problems with Paula Deen’s cookware. The problem we have been having is food sticking to the non-stick surface. We purchased the 12″ skillet with copper bottom several months ago. From the beginning with each use it has gotten worse. Unfortunately, even if I add oil to the pan to see if that would help. Today while cooking pancakes I tried to turn them over, and they stuck. This time I took pictures to show the manufacturer. Anyone have a contact that I might email my pictures to? I really don’t like to complain, but the skillet did cost a bit, and should hold up to daily use.

    • Hi Pam,
      In the past we contacted the company through the Paula Deen website here – but we received the response back from the Meyer company and you can contact them here –

      The Meyer Company are the people that you would probably be best sending the photos of your cookware to. Good luck.

      • Pam Esslinger says:

        Thanks you so much for the info. Sent today inquiry to as recommended. Their system said that I should here back in about two days. I was very impressed with their website and the information given on care and FAQ asked section relating to cookware. Thumbs up! There is no doubt I will refer folks to them.
        I am not expecting the manufacturer to do anything about my issues, but all I can say is “buyer beware”. If you have any problems with a products take it back to where you purchased it. Make sure you keep your receipts. If I get info worth reporting, I will be sure to pass it along.