Farberware Enhanced 10-Piece Nonstick Cookware Set Review

farberware-10-non-stick-cookware-setWhen you are ready to create the perfect kitchen for your home, you need to make sure that you have a pot or pan for every need. First and foremost purchasing a set like the Farberware Enhanced 10-Piece Nonstick Cookware gives you one set with the same sleek attractive look.

Included in this set are the following:

  • 1-Quart Saucepan With Lid
  • 1-1/2-Quart Saucepan With Lid
  • 2-Quart Saucepan With Lid
  • 5-Quart Dutch Oven With Lid
  • 7-Inch French Skillet
  • 10-Inch Skillet

Made of aluminum, these pans are lightweight and easy to move around the kitchen, even when filled with your latest culinary creations.  They also have handles that stay cool when cooking which supports the need to move any cooking items around the kitchen.

You can also move these pieces from the stovetop to the oven (up to 350 degrees) as needed to follow cooking directions.

There is not much more frustrating than having to keep lifting the lid off of a cooking pot to see if it is coming along as you want it to. Thankfully with these pots and pans, the lids are see through so you can peek through the glass to monitor your progress without pulling the top off.

Once you’re done cooking for the day, clean up is a cinch. Pop these in the dishwasher and they’re ready to go.

What We Like:

  • This is a complete set that will serve almost all of your kitchen cooking needs in one purchase.
  • They are lightweight and easy to carry around, while still being durable.
  • Clear lids make it easier to keep an eye on what you are cooking.
  • They are easy to clean as they are dishwasher safe.

Other Things to Consider:

The lids don’t always fit as airtight as we would like them to.

You can read the reviews and buy the Farberware Enhanced 10-Piece Nonstick Cookware Set at:
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All American Pressure Cooker CannerRemember the days when you used to have to carry your hissing pressure cooker from the stove over to the sink in order to release the steam valve. You might have had to leave it under the flowing water for anywhere up to 20 minutes before you would be able to release the lid.

If you were like me you probably kept your face way back from the top of the pressure cooker… just in case!

Thank goodness, these days, pressure cookers are a lot safer and a lot easier to handle.

Read our latest article about the safety of pressure cookers here.