Cuisinart Multi-Clad Pro

nmemerApril 6, 2007

My fiance and I are in the process of registering and I am trying to decide on cookware. The Cuisinart Multi-Clad was recommended on a post below and seems to be highly rated, at a much lower price than All-Clad or Calphalon Contemporary Stainlee. Opinions for or against? Any actual experiences with the cookware? Thanks very much.

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kayskats

I checked out the stainless classic, rejected it because the aluminum only covers the bottom. I didn't even know about the Multi-Clad when I was deciding, but I just looked it up and it has the aluminum core which continues on up the sides. Looks good, too.
I love my Cuisinart food processor, electric grill/griddle/panini, jelly roll pans and pizza pan.

    Bookmark   April 6, 2007 at 10:55PM
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blondelle

The Multiclad Pro is gorgeous cookware. Cooks beautifully, and cleans up well. Cooks Illustrated said the saute speed was a bit fast, which means you have to watch what you're cooking more carefully, and it will gain, and lose heat faster than All-Clad for instance. It's not a major flaw. The main thing is that it's not induction capable. You might want an induction cooktop, or burner in the future and the cookware won't work with it.

    Bookmark   April 7, 2007 at 2:31PM
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