jcpenney cooks ss cookware - anyone used?

grace58January 7, 2007

I'm in the market for some stainless steel cookware and cannot find any reviews or comments on these. Has anyone used them or handled them?

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cupofkindness

I've noticed that these department store brands of cookware are very good looking, but the aluminum disk at the bottom of the pan is inferior to a triply construction. In other words, these sorts of cookware are not lifelong pots and pans. If you are looking for an inexpensive tri-ply set, check the Sam's and Costco brands. Make certain that any glass lidded cookware you buy has tempered glass. I have the Calphalon tri-ply, and when you buy it in a 13 piece $399 set at Linens 'n Things using a 20% off coupon ($319), you get a free $50 Linens n' Things gift card as well.

    Bookmark   January 9, 2007 at 10:02AM
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kablai

I have several pieces of the Cooks tri-ply cookware. It is excellent cookware. Does not have the aluminum disc on the bottom of the pan. It is tri-ply. I also have the Sam's club tri-ply cookware. I like both equally. As far as I am concerned, both cook and look similar. I also gave a set of the Cooks to my daughter's boyfriend for Christmas. He is a chef and he loves them. I would not hestiate to buy the Cooks.

    Bookmark   January 9, 2007 at 5:18PM
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