Cash might not rule everything around me, but it’s certainly a factor in my decisions. Saving a few dollars (or a few hundred) on the purchase of a household necessity lets me spend more money on the things I enjoy.
To me, a celebrity endorsement is a BAD thing. Unless it’s a very specific pairing of chef and product, having a celebrity chef’s name on something means that it’s not particularly high quality. Professional chefs don’t look for products with the names of TV stars on them. Instead, they look for inexpensive, durable, and reliable products that will get the job done day after day.
Good cookware is hard to come by. Luckily, the Circulon Premier Professional line offers very fine cookware at an affordable price. In this review, I’ll go over all of the facts that you need to know in order to decide whether or not this cookware set is right for you.
I’ve had the pleasure of watching a Circulon Infinite Hard Anodized nonstick demonstration in person. While I’m definitely not the target audience of these demos (it’s hard to impress someone who knows that your competition can do the thing you’re demonstrating, too), I found that I enjoyed the presentation.
You can find a lot of conflicting information about cookware on the internet. You’ll find some bloggers advocating using nothing but cast iron while others rave on about the latest Teflon non-stick or Thermolon ceramic. Many internet personalities will mention their love of a certain type of material for cookware. This might be copper, stainless steel, or the aforementioned cast iron. Aluminum, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to get a lot of love outside of Circulon reviews.