Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Porcelain Enamel Nonstick Cookware Set, 12-Piece, Agave Blue

Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Porcelain Enamel Nonstick Cookware Set, 12-Piece, Agave Blue

Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Porcelain Enamel Nonstick Cookware Set, 12-Piece, Agave Blue
@ Adding earthy style and color to the kitchen, the Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Enamel Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set features saucepans, skillets and more for creating delicious, memorable meals. Curated by Rachael Ray for warmth and hospitality, the modern rustic design of the cookware enhances treasured places and occasions. Crafted with sturdy hard enamel porcelain exteriors and durable aluminum construction that promotes fast, even heating, the pots and pans incorporate the easy-to-use functionality and time-saving solutions Rachael is known for. Her color sense meets convenience with the distinctive espresso-colored, PFOA-free nonstick that releases foods effortlessly, complements the exteriors and cleans up easily. Use the sauté pan for c

  • Rachael Ray Cucina Cookware features rustic, modern color, functionality and design to enhance mealtime warmth and hospitality, It includes two covered saucepans (1-qt/ 3-qt), one 6-qt covered stockpot, two skillets (8-in/10-in), and one 3-qt covered saute pan
  • Crafted with durable aluminum and sturdy hard enamel porcelain exteriors; espresso-colored, PFOA-free nonstick releases foods effortlessly
  • The 12-piece cookware set boasts dual-riveted rubberized stainless steel handles and shatter-resistant glass lids; includes slotted turner and spoon
  • Oven safe to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, the pots and pans are suitable for all stovetops, except induction
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty for cookware that is a welcome addition to serveware, dinnerware and other pieces in the Rachael Ray Cucina collection

List Price: $ 300.00

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Adding earthy style and color to the kitchen, the Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Enamel Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set features saucepans, skillets and more for creating delicious, memorable meals. Curated by Rachael Ray for warmth and hospitality, the modern rustic design of the cookware enhances treasured places and occasions. Crafted with sturdy hard enamel porcelain exteriors and durable aluminum construction that promotes fast, even heating, the pots and pans incorporate the easy-to-use functionality and time-saving solutions Rachael is known for. Her color sense meets convenience with the distinctive espresso-colored, PFOA-free nonstick that releases foods effortlessly, complements the exteriors and cleans up easily. Use the sauté pan for cooking salmon burgers and the generous stockpot for making Rachael’s Potato, Zucchini and Tomato Soup – a coordinating nylon slotted turner and slotted spoon are included to help with meal preparation. Rubberized stainless steel handles on the pots and pans are dual riveted for added strength and shatter-resistant glass lids seal in heat and moisture. Oven safe to 400 Degree F, the cookware is suitable for all stovetops, except induction. This stylish cookware set is a welcome addition to inviting serveware, dinnerware and other cookware pieces in the Rachael Ray Cucina collection. Prepare delectable dishes for loved ones with the warm and rustic-styled pieces in the Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Enamel Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set.

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User Reviews and Comments

  1. Carrie C. Mustin says
    206 of 213 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Faded Within 3 Months, January 3, 2016
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    Carrie C. Mustin (South Carolina) –
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    Within 3 months they have faded. None of my other cookware that aren’t Rachel Ray have done this so I know it is the product. The photo shows one pan that I have used maybe 3 times and the others more often. This show the amount of fading within a very short time. I have read that this is happening with other colors also and not just the red. Just saving others the time and aggravation. It is a defective product. For this kind of price you can find a different brand that is much better quality. I purchased my set from Macy’s but wanted to warn others. Very disappointed and surprised.

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  2. Wildness says
    114 of 119 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Cood Cookware Set for the Money, August 4, 2014
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    Wildness (Colorado Plateau) –
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    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    For the money, this is a good cookware set. It is not of the same caliber as my Calphalon One cookware, but it is also far less expensive. And, it is a lot better than some of the low end cookware I’ve used over the years. The cookware is heavy enough to withstand the heat of everyday use; the glass lids are nice and fit well; the soft grip handles are very comfortable and one of the best attributes of the set. The enamel is is nice and well applied, it transfers heat well and evenly.

    BEST attributes to the Rachel Ray Cucina Porcelain Enamel Cookware set:

    -Handles are sturdy, attached strongly, and very comfortable
    -Glass lids that fit well
    -Nonstick coating seems to hold up to use well.
    -The perfect assortment of sizes

    What I didn’t like:

    -The color. It is not as bad as I feared, but not my cup of tea either. (If you like orange though, then you will like these)
    -The included utensils are junk and should not have counted in the 12-peice count of the set – they’re just cheap add-ons

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  3. Joanna Daneman says
    53 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Very pretty colors, not terribly durable or heavy, August 8, 2014
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    Joanna Daneman (USA) –
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    The Cucina line from Rachael Ray is done in more muted colors in a Tuscany theme. The colors are muted rather than bright, so this orange is not the sunshine orange of the Rachael Ray Stoneware Bubble & Brown Baker Set a lot of us own. And it’s not quite the shade found in the dinnerware. So if you are mixing and matching existing Rachael Ray products, this is a new line and different.

    It will appeal to you if you prefer muted colors to acid brights. Classic Tuscan or even French Provencal, rather than retro Sixties. So that’s an issue if you already own a lot of Rachael Ray stoneware.

    The set consists of two skillets, 8″ and 10″, high sided skillet 3qt, 1 qt small sauce pan, 3 qt saucepan, 6 qt pasta-stockpot, two utensils in temperature-resistant nylon–a slotted spatula and a slotted spoon. Lids make up the rest.

    Good points:

    1. The enamel is even and seems thick enough
    2. The aluminum is lightweight.
    3. The riveted handles look sturdy
    4. The handles are ergonomically curved and are covered in silicone for heat protection. There is an eyelet on the end for hanging on a pot rack.
    5. The covers are transparent glass and have silicone handles.
    6. The teflon is PFOA free and a dark gray taupe, looks like Dupont Silverstone.
    7. The saucepan rim is flared out, for better pouring.

    Bad Points:

    1. I think an 8″ and a 12″ skillet make more sense. The 12″ is useful for big stir-fries but the 10″ only somewhat larger than an 8″.
    2. The stockpot is really a bit small. You’d need to add the Rachael Ray Cucina Porcelain Enamel Nonstick 8-Quart Covered Oval Pasta Pot with Pour Spout and that adds a lot of cost to the set.
    3. The utensils are nice but if you’re not providing matching ladle and pasta grabber, you’d want to add those (more expense) to complete a set of useful utensils that are suitable for non-stick.
    4. Can’t use if you have an induction cooktop. These pots do not have ferrous metal so they won’t conduct the magnet for induction cooking. (Maybe these are more common in Europe, so not a big issue in the US.)
    5. I think the metal is a bit thin. I had another set of pots, and sadly the teflon coating was not strong however, the bottoms were cast aluminum (not enameled) and the metal thicker for better even heating. These seem a touch thin for holding heat and not having hot spots.

    If you’re decorating your kitchen with the Cucina line, these are very nice and they come in some other very beautiful colors (the agave blue and mushroom, in particular, are handsome.)

    Summary: nice looking, good handles. Size of two of the items (the 10″ skillet and the stockpot) are really too small for serious cooking. Won’t match your brighter stoneware from Ray.

    UPDATE: I’m using these every day. They are enjoyable but nowhere near heavy enough. The skillet (which I use for omelets) works well but warped just a tad. The dutch oven has light scratches in the coating even though I use nylon utensils. The enamel is unmarred and cleans up well. Bottom line: not terribly durable. But pleasant to use.

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