Review: Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12-Piece Cookware Set

Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12-Piece Cookware Set

Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12-Piece Cookware Set
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Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12-Piece Cookware SetThis Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel Set is perfect because you get a little bit of everything – stainless steel covered saucepans, aluminum skillets that have durable nonstick on the interior surface and a slotted turner and slotted spoon. Such a versatile set can help whip up anything from tangy shrimp gumbo to chocolate chip pancakes with cinnamon cream. Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel cookware takes time-honored cookware shapes and couples them with durable construction that will last years, even in a demanding kitchen. This 12-piece cookware set contains beautiful stainless steel saucepans and a stockpot, as well as aluminum skillets lin

  • Set includes 1, 2 and 3-quart Covered Saucepans; 6-quart Covered Stockpot; 8 and 10-inch Aluminum Nonstick Skillets; Slotted Turner; Slotted Spoon
  • Aluminum skillets feature DuPont Teflon Select nonstick interiors for long-lasting food release and easy cleanup
  • Dual-riveted, soft-touch handles are designed to provide a comfortable, secure grip
  • This cookware is oven safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Paula Deen is a registered trademark of Paula Deen Enterprises, LLC; Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont, used under license

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  1. E. M. Griffith says
    59 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall Happiness MAY Depend on Your Cooking Surface, November 23, 2012
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    E. M. Griffith (Central Coast of California) –
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    This review is from: Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12-Piece Cookware Set (Kitchen)
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    Thanksgiving dinner is an ideal time to put new cookware through a workout; my Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12 piece set arrived in time for the holiday. As a food writer and recipe developer who’s been cooking for more than 30 years, pots and pans are heavily used in my kitchen.Over the years I’ve bought and reviewed many brands of cookware. I’ve cooked on gas stoves, electric, and even glass topped electric ranges. Different kinds of cookware work better depending on the type of stove you have *and* how you tend to cook.

    For example, a gas stove heats immediately. It’s never a good idea-unless you’re bringing liquid to a boil-to set the range temperture on high. In fact, with a gas stove, I even boil water over medium-high heat with any kind of pots or pans, especially nonstick. With an electric stove, care must be taken with regards to how long you leave a pot or pan on the hot burner, and for traditional cookware (without nonstick surface), you’ll have to preheat the burner before trying to sear or brown meats, fry eggs, etc. Glass topped stoves can’t take some types of cookware without risk of damaging the glass surface. THAT said, Paula Deen’s Signature Stainless Steel II 12 Piece Cookware set can be used with care on any type of burner for many years of regular use. The set has a limited lifetime warranty.

    Pros
    -solidly made for long, reliable use of pots and lids
    -traditional, uncoated pots can handle any type of utinsels, including wire whisks or immersion blenders
    -lids fit snuggly
    -well thought out, practical changes from earlier cookware sets by Paula Deen (see below)

    Cons
    -although stated oven-safety to 350 degrees, oven cooking could risk damage to handles

    Another reviewer mentioned the cookware in the set is lightweight, which worried me until my set arrived. It isn’t feather-light, and you wouldn’t want it to be. Light cookware is often an indication of cheaply made pots and pans. This set is solid, medium weight, with hefty stainless steel bottoms for even heat distribution and aluminum with stainless steel construction. These aren’t 100% stainless steel pots and pans; it says so right on the box. The nonstick pans are aluminum, meaning you’ll have to keep cooking temperature lower to prevent damage… including flaking off or bubbling of the Teflon coating.

    How does this set differ from Paula Deen’s Traditional Stainless Steel set, or her 1st Signature Stainless Steel set? Aside from the obvious re-design of the glass lids (which are nicer in this new set), gone are the loose, floppy, annoying rings on the handles for hanging. Instead, the handles are much more solidly made with comfortable silicone grips and holes drilled into the outer ends for hanging. Construction of this new set is also far better and sturdier than her earlier sets. Unlike Paula’s original signature series, these pots and pans don’t have copper bottoms. As with most nonstick cookware, if you give the pans a serious workout on a daily basis, you can expect to replace them in a few years, but the pots and lids truly should last a decade or longer.

    You’ll receive 1, 2, and 3 quart covered saucepans, a 6 quart stock pot with lid, an 8″ aluminum skillet, and a 10″ aluminum skillet, plus a slotted turner and a slotted spoon. I’m rating the set at 4 stars. Paula Deen’s new set is on par with a decent set of Revereware, is better than her enameled, nonstick set for longevity, is better than brands like T-fal, but probably isn’t as great for a serious cook as Calphalon Unison. Nevertheless, it looks to be a reliable, affordable set of cookware.

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  2. ~*~ Sunshine ~*~ says
    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice Pots but Skillets Seem Lacking, January 2, 2013
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    ~*~ Sunshine ~*~ (Beautiful Iowa, the place to grow.) –
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    This review is from: Paula Deen Signature Stainless Steel II 12-Piece Cookware Set (Kitchen)
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    I’ve had this set of cookware for about 5 weeks now. I’ve used it enough to make a fair comparison to other stainless sets I’ve owned in the past few years. To be fair, this is the least expensive of three I’ve owned, so I will keep this in mind in my comparison.

    This set has a nice selection of 4 stainless steel pots and 2 aluminum, teflon-coated skillets. The pots are attractive and unique in their teardrop shape, making them fun to have and use. They have a stainless-enclosed disc on the bottom for even heating, a feature that gives the pans a nice heft, and the rolled rims are finished very nicely. They come with well-fitting stainless steel rimmed, glass lids with “soft-touch,” heat resistant handles that have copper inserts for a little added color and class. They are identified as oven safe for up to 350 degrees.

    The skillets are made of aluminum and are of quite noticeably lighter weight, which immediately made me think “cheap”, but they performed well, the foods sliding around without sticking and clean up was easy. I have a ceramic-top electric range so my concern with using skillets as light as these is warping after much use. So far, I have not had a problem. They sat flat and heated evenly, though I was careful to use low to medium heat. Time will tell. The two utensils (slotted spoon and spatula) that come with the set are handy and comfortable to use.

    I’ve had no problems so far with the performance of this cookware and feel that it is a nice, inexpensive stainless steel set for someone starting out or wanting to update their kitchen cookware. There are certainly more expensive sets out there but I think that this is a very nice, well made, and attractive set for the price.

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