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Whether you're cooking pasta or stew, you'll appreciate the heavyweight construction of this Calphalon 4-qt. Simply Calphalon Nonstick Pour and Strain Saucepan. This saucepan is crafted from medium-gauge hard-anodized aluminum, so it cooks your food at an even, consistent temperature throughout. Its lid has an innovative design that allows you to strain food straight from the stove without the use of a separate strainer, and the lid is clear so that you can monitor the progress of your food as it cooks. Use it to cook a batch of pasta for your family or boil corn for your next barbecue. This pan's nonstick interior will not react with your food, and it was designed to clean up easily and quickly to keep kitchen chores to a minimum. The interior of the pan is safe for use with your favorite coated, wooden and nylon utensils.
Drawn construction using premium medium-gauge aluminum allows for even distribution of heat
Long-lasting hard-anodized exterior is impervious to chips and cracks
Dual nonstick coating on the interior allows you to cook your favorite foods with little or no added fat
Effortless food release for easy and fast cleanup
Contoured single handle is double riveted for long-lasting performance and is crafted from stainless steel with silicone for heat resistance and comfort
Included dome-shaped tempered-glass strainer lid keeps spatter to a minimum while returning moisture to your food as it cooks and features a matching stainless steel band to reinforce its durable design
Cleaning & Care: Handwash only. Not dishwasher-safe.
I'm replacing a similar pot I bought a few years ago that I dropped and bent. This was just like it other than new style handle and the strainer lid. It will be handy since I used to pour things in a colander, and now I can keep from dirtying another dish. The other pot was my go-to for everything and I really missed it, so I'm very happy to have this one. The only downside for me is that this strainer pan seems a little heavier. I know heavy is good in pots, but I have problems with my hands. Most people would love that feature too. I hardily recommend this.
This is a perfect pot. I looked everywhere for a pot of this size and finally found it on cooking.com. I've been using it for boiling potatoes, noodles, steaming vegetables, rice, and soups. Nothing sticks to it and it's very easy to clean. The handles are comfortable and they don't get hot. Overall, I would say that this is a wonderful product.
I've landed on Simply Calphalon as my prefered cookware brand - it gets me the quality I desire at a price I can afford. This pan is the newest addition to my collection. Overall, it's a great pan, and the design idea is a good one. My one reservation with the idea of a lid that can also serve to strain the contents is that with a pan this size, you really do need to hold it with both hands - which means securing the lid for draining becomes a bit of a challenge, ideally requiring a third hand. I think the work-around will be to use hot pads for each hand, and use both thumbs to hold the lid in place while the other fingers hold the handles. Additionally, because of the drain spouts on the pan and the way the lid fits into the pan, you don't get quite the "seal" on the pan you would with a more traditional design.