M'Heritage Pan with Bronze Handles (8.5-in.) by Mauviel
Everyone should invest in a quality multi-purpose pan to cook in and this 8.5-in. Round Pan from Mauviel's Cuprinox line is an excellent choice. Copper is a terrific choice for cookware because it is twice more conductive than aluminum and ten times more conductive than stainless steel. No wonder co... See complete description »
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Everyone should invest in a quality multi-purpose pan to cook in and this 8.5-in. Round Pan from Mauviel is an excellent choice. Copper is a terrific choice for cookware because it is twice more conductive than aluminum and ten times more conductive than stainless steel. No wonder copper is the most preferred material of cookware by popular chefs and avid home cooks; its ability to heat up evenly and rapidly and to cool down just as quick allows for maximum control and excellent cooking results. Please handwash with mild dish soap. Made in France.
The Cuprinox Pour la Table line is designed for both attractive serving and efficient cooking. The copper construction is especially ideal for high-heat recipes such as sautés or stir-fries. Bronze handles are fixed by sturdy stainless steel rivets and they are easy to clean with no retinning required. Pots, pans and items from the Cuprinox Pour La Table line can be used for any heating element except on an induction hob.
Mauviel, a French family business established in 1830 and located in the Normandy town of Villedieu-les-Poeles, is the foremost manufacturer of professional copper cookware in the world today. Highly regarded in the professional world, with over 170 years of experience, Mauviel offers several different lines of copper cookware to professional chefs and home cooks that appreciate the benefits of their high quality products.
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