While Lagostina might not be as well known as All-Clad, Calphalon, or Cuisinart, it’s been a manufacturer of metal cookware since 1901. Founded in Italy, the brand initially focused on flatware before becoming a top producer of pressure cookers for many years.
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A few years ago, it was difficult to find quality induction-ready non-stick cookware. If you wanted to use an induction range, you would have to search far and wide for a selection of pots and pans that offered the features you wanted.
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PTFE-free non-stick is one of the more fashionable trends in cookware right now. By utilizing complex ceramics, cookware manufacturers can produce items that manage to be durable, extremely non-stick, and easy to clean. But how does the NuWave Duralon line stack up to other options?
Shopping for cookware can be hard. There are many options on the market, including staple brands like All-Clad, Cuisinart, and Calphalon. Tramontina is another old competitor on the market. Founded in Brazil in 1911, it makes some of the most cost-effective cookware you can find today.
All-Clad revolutionized the cookware industry when they began to sell bonded cookware in 1971. Before this, it was pretty unconventional to sandwich multiple types of metal together to make cookware. Over the course of the next several years, All-Clad began to sell more and more of their new pots and pans.
Professional cooks try to use the best tools available. They’ll go well out of their way in order to find the right set of knives, pots, and pans that will stand up to rigorous, everyday professional use. In some respects, home cooks are similar.