This skillet has an aluminum interior to provide the ideal cooking surface to thoroughly and evenly heat while the nonstick coating makes cleanup simple, the size is user-friendly since the cooking area is large enough for a steak or omelet but not so large that the pan is unwieldy.
Owners of the 10-inch Tattoo skillet should hand wash the pan to ensure longevity. They should also avoid using cooking sprays and metal utensils. When at home chefs need to flip or stir a cooking item, they can safely use a nylon or wood utensil. The bottom of Guy’s pan is attention-grabbing red. It also features the same skin art that Fieri has.
The coated 23-inch handle features slip resistant texturing, and the skillet is made in Italy. With the pan’s limited lifetime warranty, chefs can feel confident cooking an awe inspiring homemade meal. Before creating a line of cookware, Guy Fieri gained plenty of culinary experience.
Fieri entered the food field when he was 10 years old. The entrepreneurial youngster made a three-wheeled bicycle to sell soft pretzels. He also washed dishes. After saving up his earnings from pedaling pretzels to become an exchange student in France, Fieri spent six years overseas. In 1996, he opened a restaurant, Johnny Garlic’s, with his business partner. After the success of their first establishment, the duo opened three more chains, and later, they introduced a new restaurant called Tex Wasabi's.
Fieri's first Food Network cooking show premiered in 2006, which launched his television career as he went on to host “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" along with "Tailgate Warriors."
He has entered the literary world with a book recalling his experiences researching dining establishments across the nation. After his first book, Guy released a cookbook titled "Guy Fieri Food." In the cookbook, he shares over 125 recipes and cooking advice. A few years ago, Fieri released a food product line featuring barbecue sauces and salsas along with refrigerated and frozen food items.
Fieri's culinary experience is combined with his signature flare in the Tattoo Cookin' It 10-inch pan, casual chefs will have a cookware piece to prepare family meals with that same flare. Check out Guy's line of stylish kitchen tools and gadgets to complete your kitchen. A limited lifetime warranty accompanies all five pans.
Not for use with metal utensils. Do not use with aerosol cooking oils.