The cookware market is cluttered and confusing with different prices, different metals, and different claims. Quality cookware separates itself through two main factors: raw materials and manufacturing processes. We did the research, so you don't have to.
A metal composition tutorial
When shopping for cookware, the first thing you should look for is its composition. Cheap cookware tends to be made of just aluminum or a very thin bond of stainless steel and aluminum. Our cookware combines 5 layers of thick American stainless steel and aluminum, which outperforms and outlasts those cheap big box cookware sets.
An even heat throughout
Many cheap cookware sets either attach a plate to the bottom of the cookware or don't use the same quality composition throughout, creating hot spots for your food to burn. We form all of our cookware from a single piece of 5-ply bonded metal, ensuring consistent heat from the base to the pourable edge.Shop Now
Craftsmanship from handles to rivets
Between a lifetime warranty on your handle staying on and a stay-cool design, you're all set here.
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We source premium American metals with a high nickel content, which fights corrosion and rust. Our stainless steel retains its shape when exposed to high temperatures and won't impart metallic flavors on the food.
Pride in our manufacturing
Family business is in our DNA, so we partnered with only the best manufacturers right here in the U.S. We source metal from Kentucky and Pennsylvania, non stick coating from Illinois and our cookware is molded, brushed, and finished in our third-generation family owned factory in the South. During its creation, Made In cookware travels through the hands of 150+ years of cookware experience before being shipped off to you.
Working with these partners and their decades of experience has allowed us to execute a product that lives up to our sky-high expectations while being confident in standing behind the product for years to come.