Calphalon Triply Stainless Steel 14-Inch Roaster with Rack and Lifters
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- Three layers deliver even, consistent heating Polished, magnetic stainless steel exterior
- Cast stainless steel Triple riveted for secure handling and durability Long, Cool-V handles stay cool on the stove top Lightweight, ergonomic design for comfort
- Three layers; stainless steel, a heavy-gauge aluminum core and additional layer of stainless steel offer even, consistent heat conduction for excellent browning and enhanced control or the cooking process
- Dishwasher Safe
- Gas, Electric, Halogen, Ceramic and Induction stove tops Oven and broiler safe
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Size: 14-Inch | Color Name: 14-Inch
Calphalon Triply Stainless Steel 14-Inch Roaster with Rack and Lifters is classically styled with a polished, stainless steel exterior and a satin finished interior, Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware is designed with three layers to ensure even, consistent heating. A heavy-gauge, aluminum core surrounded by two layers of stainless steel provides excellent heat conduction for browning and enhanced control of the cooking process.
From the Manufacturer
Calphalon invented hard-anodized aluminum cookware, introducing gourmet cookware to the average consumer for the first time, and for more than 50 years we have been on a mission to prove that cooking can be relaxing, fun and personal. We know our customers share the passion we have for our products, and the expectations they have for our brand drive the decisions we make every day.
Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware
Three layers deliver even, consistent heating.
Classically styled with a polished stainless steel exterior and a satin finished interior, Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel cookware is designed with three layers to ensure even, consistent heating. A heavy-gauge, aluminum core surrounded by two layers of stainless steel provides excellent heat conduction for browning and enhanced control of the cooking process.
- Oven and broiler safe
- Stay-cool handles
- Dishwasher safe
- Induction capable
Full Lifetime Warranty
Calphalon will replace any item found defective in material or workmanship when put to normal household use and cared for according to the instructions. Minor imperfections, surface markings as a result of shipping, and slight color variations are normal. This excludes damage from misuse or abuse, such as improper cleaning, neglect, accident, alteration, fire, theft, or use in a commercial establishment.
Durable, Triple-Layer Stainless Steel Construction
The triple-layer design of Tri-Ply Stainless Steel allows for more even, consistent cooking versus conventional stainless steel cookware.
A dense aluminum core provides the foundation, which is then wrapped in two layers of stainless steel, to deliver better conduction and fewer 'hot spots' - allowing you total mastery, regardless of what you're cooking.
The durable, non-porous surface is safe for use with all utensils and excellent for browning and producing fond for superb pan sauces.
Oven and Broiler Safe
Tri-Ply Stainless is oven and broiler safe, so it's perfect for handling your roasts, poultry, and more up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Induction Range Capable
Some stainless steel pots and pans won't work with induction cooktops, but Calphalon Classic Stainless Steel cookware features bases designed to work with induction ranges, giving you more options in the kitchen.
Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware is constructed from stainless steel that makes it dishwasher safe.
Resists Corrosion and Scratches
The durable cookware surface won't corrode, or scratch from your cooking utensils.
Stay-Cool Steel Handles
The long, cast stainless steel handles stay comfortably cool, even when the cookware is hot, and have a lightweight, ergonomic design that makes it comfortable to hold pans for extended periods. Handles are double-riveted by hand for durability and stability.
Clear tempered-glass lids let you see food while it's cooking. They are oven safe, so you can finish covered dishes in the oven or keep them warm until you're ready to serve. The domed design returns moisture to food. Wide metal bands strengthen and stabilize the lids.
|Classic Stainless||Contemporary Stainless||Tri-Ply Stainless||Tri-Ply Copper|
|Construction||Stainless steel with impact-bonded aluminum base||Heavy-gauge aluminum core between two layers of brushed stainless steel||Heavy-gauge aluminum core with polished stainless steel exterior and brushed stainless steel interior||Heavy-gauge aluminum core with polished copper exterior and brushed stainless steel interior|
|Handles||Long, stay-cool stainless steel||Cast, brushed, stainless steel||Cast, polished, Cool-V stainless steel||Cast, polished, Cool-V stainless steel|
|Lids||Tempered-Glass||Tempered-Glass, wide metal bands stabilize lid||Tempered-Glass, wide metal bands stabilize lid||Stainless Steel|
|Cleaning and Care||Dishwasher-Safe||Dishwasher-Safe||Dishwasher-Safe||Hand Wash|
|Oven Safe To||500 Degrees F||500 Degrees F||500 Degrees F||450 Degrees F|
Top Customer Reviews
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Here's why. (1) This pan is actually clad, with stainless steel surrounding an interior aluminum core. The All-Clad pan does not have the aluminum center. So I expect this one to conduct heat better. (2) This pan is certainly is a lot lighter (I compared the weight before I gave the old one to Goodwill). I think its lighter because it has the aluminum core. (3) The bottom is pretty flat. The bottom of the All-Clad is kind of convex, which makes it harder to use over an electric burner or flat stovetop. And it is hard to make gravy in the All-Clad since the juices you're cooking down roll to the sides, but the flat bottom of this pan makes it a snap. (4) Both pans include a roasting rack, but this one does not have the two bars across the bottom that come on the All-Clad so it is much easier to clean. I have not seen a problem holding chickens in it even though the two bars are not present. (5) This pan is significantly less expensive, at least here on Amazon.
My only regret is that I did not order it sooner.
The lifetime warranty from Calphalon is a bonus.
Edited to add: I measured the pot, and it is 10.5" inches in diameter (maybe ever-so-slightly less than 10.5", but extremely close) and 6.25" tall.
If I measure the diameter of the inside only (instead of from edge to edge at the top, which sort of flutes out a bit), then the diameter is 10 inches.
I find it particularly useful for cooking rice. Ordinary white and brown rice is a snap, and the pot does well with tricky wild rice blends, such as Lundberg Wild Blend, Gourmet Blend of Wild and Whole Grain Brown Rice, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 6) which I cook several times a week.
What makes it my best "rice pot"? The flat 8" bottom seems to make for particularly uniform cooking. The sides are high enough that even starchy white rice does not boil over. The glass lid is especially useful for keeping a watch on the rice (If you take the lid off a cooking pot of rice, you loose the steam, and may ruin the rice. Just extending the time is not a solution, because then you get gloppy rice). My ceramic-top range cycles on and off, but the heavy steel of the pot seems to hold a steady cooking temperature through the cycles.
To see my "How to Cook Rice" guide, click on "See all my reviews" above, then click on "So you'd like to know" guides on the left side of the page
Other than rice, the clear lid is particularly useful when you want to maintain a light boil. Such as when boiling stew-bones for stock. In a pot with an opaque lid, if you adjust the burner to a light boil, and put on the lid, the extra heat that the lid captures may cause it to boil over. If the burner happens to be adjusted perfectly for a light boil with the lid on---the instant you take the lid off to check, it stops boiling. With the clear glass lid it is easy to adjust to a light boil, because you can see the contents.
Cleanup is generally fast and easy. With other pots and pans, food may be burnt-on to the upper sides, and be hard to remove. The thick steel of the Calphalon seems to spread the heat evenly, so burnt-on food is uncommon. Of course there is no need to hesitate taking a stainless steel pad to the pot if food is badly burnt on.
The stainless steel is particular compatible with my ceramic-top range (On which copper and aluminum should be avoided.) I've been using mine heavily for many years. There's no need to worry about the glass top, is as robust as the steel pan. I've even used steel wool on the lid---and it doesn't scratch.
The only caveat is that the pan is heavy, even empty. Children or the elderly may find it too heavy.
Even if you find the Calphalon pots and pans too expensive, this one is worth buying, even if it is your only Caphalon. For the same reason, as a wedding gift---for us middle-class folks---this is the gift which will be remembered, because it will be treasured and used daily. $40 (the Amazon price at the time of this writing) is a good price.
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