Amazon: T-fal Ultimate Stainless Steel Cookware 10-Piece Set ONLY $99.99 Shipped (Reg. $219.99)

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T-Fal Cookware

Today only, Amazon is offering up this T-fal Ultimate Stainless Steel Copper-Bottom Heavy Gauge Multi-Layer Base Cookware 10-Piece Set for $99.99 shipped (regularly $219.99) or this 13-Piece Set for $129.99 shipped (regularly $279.99). Both of these sets have glass lids and are dishwasher safe and oven safe to 500 degrees.

The 10-Piece set includes an 8-inch fry pan, 10-inch,25-inch covered fry pan, covered saucepans, covered Dutch oven and steamer inside. The 13-Piece set includes an 8-inch, 10-inch,25-inch fry pans, 12-inch covered fry pan, covered saucepans, covered stewpot and flower steamer.

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  1. Anika

    I bought the 10 piece set last year when it was a good sale same price.

    I am ok with it not super happy.

    You have to use a lot of oil or pam spray or butter for it not to stick.

    I just made scrambled eggs with a drop of butter and they stuck so bad to the pan its been soaking for days 🙁

    • ashley

      Same here! I actually had to throw out my big skillet for that reason. I have resorted back to my old pans that don’t stick.

    • Katie

      I also got them and I am not really impressed. I use my old pans most of the time instead.

    • nurselex

      I agree! Bought this set a year ago and have hated it ever since. Everything sticks unless you use a ton of oil or butter. Just bought a rachel ray set an am loving it!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Bummer. Sorry to hear that. Thanks so much for your honest review.

  2. Stacie

    I have these and seasoned them well when I first got them. Haven’t had any issues. My eggs cook great in the skillet with a nice helping of butter.

    • Anika

      Hi Stacie – I feel a bit dumb asking you this but can you let me know by what you mean by seasoned ?

      • Deana

        Wash the Pan

        Wash your new stainless steel pan thoroughly to remove any packing residue. Use hot water and soap and let the pan dry thoroughly.
        Coat with Oil

        Coat your pan to the rim with vegetable oil. Peanut oil is one of the best oils to season with as it has a high smoking point. Use your fingers to spread the oil thoroughly around the pan.
        Heat the Oiled Pan

        You can do this on the stove top or in an oven. On the stove, heat the pan on medium heat until the oil starts smoking. Or, heat the pan in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about an hour.
        Cool the Pan

        Remove the pan from the heat source. For stove-top seasoning, remove the pan from the heat when the oil starts smoking. For oven seasoning, remove the pan from the oven after an hour as passed. Let the pan cool completely before wiping the excess oil from the pan with a paper towel.
        Preheat Before Each Use

        When you use your seasoned cookware, make sure to heat it up well. Preheating your stainless steel pots and pans each time you use them will make sure they aren’t hot and cold spots, and food will cook more evenly. You’ll also get more caramelization on your food, which gives it better flavor. To preheat, warm the pan until a few drops of water will bounce across the surface. Then add your oil and heat it until you can see vapors. Reduce the heat before you add the food; to help prevent sticking, make sure the food you are cooking has been allowed to warm up to room temperature for about 15 minutes. Don’t overcrowd your pan; adding too much food to the pan can make it cool down in spots.

        • Anika

          Thank you Deana!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Cool! Great tip Stacie! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Kimberly

    Just want to give you ladies a few tips when cooking with stainless-I was a professional chef before becoming a stay at home mom:
    1. Make sure the pan is hot BEFORE adding what you are cooking, especially if its protein like chicken, eggs, etc.
    2. Don’t immediately try to move what you are cooking when you put it in the pan. Let it cook/sear for a few minutes-it will release more cleanly and easily if it is cooked.
    3. Yes, you do need to use oil, butter, or pan spray when sauteing with stainless pans.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for such helpful feedback Kimberly! Good to know!

  4. Sarah

    Also a great tip if stuff is really stuck, just soak with some dishwasher, not dish soap. Comes clean easily.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Cool! Thanks for sharing Sarah!

  5. Abby

    does anyone have any opinion on their browning capability? I want to phase out all of my teflon but that really cuts down on the selection of affordable stainless cookware. I have a few pieces of cast iron and stainless pieces but I need the saucepans and some nonreactive skillets so I officially purge the nonstick

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