All-Clad Sauciers are slightly wider than saucepans and have rounded sides to make whisking and stirring easier. They are ideal for making sauces and can be used as an alternative to a saucepan or saute pan.
To celebrate their 40th Anniversary, All-Clad is re-launching their line of top selling, Stainless Steel Cookware.
The NEW All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware will keep All-Clad’s classic shapes and tri-ply construction but will have several new features, including:
- Lids made in the USA
- Enhanced stick handles
- Larger loop handles
- Capacity markings
This NEW range of All-Clad Stainless Steel Cookware is entirely manufactured in Canonsburg, PA using American made steel – and all the raw materials for this cookware comes from within 300 miles of Canonsburg.
All-Clad Stainless cookware features a unique tri-ply metal bonding construction which sandwiches a thick core of three separate layers of aluminum between an easy-to-clean, highly polished 18/10 stainless steel cooking surface and a stainless steel exterior.
The aluminum core retains heat and evenly distributes it along the bottom and up the sidewalls of the cookware. The stainless interior is non-reactive, stick-resistant and cleans easily. The magnetic stainless steel exterior gives the cookware a gleaming finish and is induction compatible.
This cookware is dishwasher safe and has a lifetime warranty.
All-Clad is renowned for using American-made metals to make handcrafted bonded cookware in the tradition that established a new benchmark for professional bonded cookware. At each stage of the manufacturing process, every piece of All-Clad bonded cookware is hand-inspected to ensure that it maintains All-Clad quality standards. This extreme scrutiny slows the production process, but guarantees that every piece of bonded cookware that leaves the Pennsylvania rolling mill preserves the reputation that precedes it.
Every detail receives critical attention. The signature stay-cool handle is cast from solid stainless steel, and is ergonomically-designed for comfort during long cooking sessions. Rivets are formed from high-yield-strength stainless steel, and treated to remove trace elements of iron that could otherwise cause corrosion. These painstaking efforts result in a finished bonded cookware product that maintains the same integrity it was created with, even after a lifetime of service.