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    Published on June 30th, 2012 | by Kira


    Anolon’s Ultra Clad Cookware: Saucy!

    Say good­bye to cheap pots and pans. Up­grad­ing your cook­ware is as es­sen­tial as up­grad­ing your cut­lery- it makes an im­me­di­ate and dis­tinct im­prove­ment in your cook­ing tech­niques and re­sults. Your food will be bet­ter- more even­ly cooked, un­burnt, and not dam­aged when you try to re­move your eggs or pan­cakes from the pan.

    I think we all se­cret­ly dream of high-end kitchen sup­plies, which why I was sali­vat­ing to get my hands on the Anolon Ul­tra Clad Three Quart Cov­ered Sauci­er and the Anolon Non­Stick 10″ Open Skil­let. Anolon is a fa­vorite among pro­fes­sion­al chefs with their gourmet kitchen­ware. And as a side note, they are work­ing with UPS to re­duce their car­bon foot­print. So, they get points for be­ing green friend­ly.

    Both pans are smart­ly made from three lay­ers of met­al. Two lay­ers of stain­less steel and a mid­dle lay­er of heat con­duct­ing alu­minum, which ex­tends up the side of the pans to en­sure the best heat dis­tri­bu­tion. They have a no­tice­ably sleek look, where the out­side of the pans are cov­ered by a black non­stick strip, and the com­fort­able black sil­i­cone rub­ber han­dles match­es nice­ly. In ad­di­tion to the out­side strip of the skil­let, the in­te­ri­or is al­so coat­ed in a non­stick lay­er. The pans are oven safe and can han­dle tem­per­a­tures up to 400°F/204°C. I found both pans did a great job when it came to the ac­tu­al cook­ing and were very easy to wash, es­pe­cial­ly since they are dish­wash­er safe. Just be care­ful with the non­stick parts, as they can scratch if you’re rough with them.

    We liked the lids more than most sim­i­lar cook­ware- nice han­dles and good sol­id fit were key fea­tures. And thanks to their unique con­struc­tion, this line is suit­able for all cook­top sur­faces and meth­ods- we tried both gas and in­duc­tion. The sauci­er, es­pe­cial­ly, is a pret­ty unique size and shape, and per­fect for mak­ing sauces and then throw­ing in pas­ta and your meat to sim­mer and mix.

    As far as gourmet pans go Anolon’s prices are fair­ly av­er­age, with the sauci­er at $70 and the skil­let at $71. If you want to up­grade your cook­ware, Anolon gets our vote.

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    Former neuroscientist, and now fashion photographer, Kira is a perfect fit for TrulyNet. She has a great understanding of what is hot, loves the new geeky toys, and has the academic background to be opinionated on it. Kira is well traveled, has lived in Australia and Canada for school. Loves the outdoors, biking, all types of art, and is completely obsessed with fashion and photographing it. She presently can be found in New York City at an art event, art gallery, museum, science talk, one of the NYC parks, a vegetarian friendly restaurant, a comic book store, or out getting bubble tea. She is a little obsessed with bubble tea.

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