When completing a dish with Guy Fieri's Tattoo Fry Pan, chefs should use nylon or wood utensils in the skillet since they will extend the life of the skillet. They should also avoid using aerosol cooking oils in the pan as they can damage the glazed finish. The cookware’s aluminum construction provides even cooking for meats or vegetables because the product distributes heat quickly and reduces hot spots, which can cause a burned meal.
The pan features a limited lifetime warranty, and with the skillet’s non-stick coating, chefs will appreciate the quick interior cleanup that it provides. In addition, the coating adds a lustrous look to the cooking pan.
The Tattoo Fry Pan will prevent burned hands with the attached silicone and stainless steel handle that will remain cool while the handle’s non-slip grip will reduce spills. At home chefs will appreciate the skillet’s quality construction since Guy Fieri’s interest in the culinary prep extends to kitchen cookware.
Guy Fieri is a well-known Food Network host with shows that include "Guy’s Big Bite" and "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives." The popular television personality began his food career in 1996 when he and his business partner opened Johnny Garlic's, which is an Italian restaurant.
They launched their first dining establishment in Santa Rosa, CA. Later, the duo opened a second restaurant in Windsor and a third in Roseville. In fact, Guy became interested in improving the restaurant industry and spent three terms serving as president of the Restaurant Association of the Redwood Empire. He has also spent time on the board of directors for the Educational Foundation of the California Restaurant Association.
Kitchen appliance consumers can own a cooking skillet based on designs from a talented culinary expert who knows good food. In addition, Guy Fieri's frying pan offers style and will enhance a home’s kitchen decor.
This Fry Pan was crafted after Guy Fieri's own Koi tattoo design! A limited lifetime warranty accompanies all five pans.
Not for use with metal utensils. Do not use with aerosol cooking oils.