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Copper Chef 11" 6-Piece Prize Package-1-US-Ends 8/30

Friday, August 18, 2017


Sponsored by Copper Chef and Hosted by Mom Does Reviews


I was once shopping for a tea kettle which one of my friends needed. A very friendly and helpful salesperson told us that copper was the best bet for any pot, pan, kettle etc. as it keeps the heat evenly throughout. I have to concur--I have been using a small copper bottomed pot to heat water for coffee or tea for a very long time. IMO it even heats up faster! Come to think of it--I need a new little pot---mine still works but the handle, after 10 years of constant use, is becoming a bit loose. I am really going to have to check out Copper Chef to see if they have a small pot!! I would love to own the set featured here as well--I love that you can take the pan from stove top to oven and that it is non stick. Click in and read the review below to read more about it.

About Copper Chef

With Copper Chef you can bake, fry, broil, saute, steam & braise — all in one pan! Copper Chef is the nonstick, all-around square pan that replaces most of your kitchen utensils. Made of the highest quality, heavy-duty craftsmanship, your Copper Chef pan cooks on all stovetop surfaces. It withstands heat up to 850° degrees so you can take it right from stovetop to oven.


Copper Chef allows you to cook faster and healthier, with little to no oil! The pan has a stainless steel induction plate that heats the pan quickly and evenly with no hot spots. The inside has a Cerami-Tech, non-stick coating. It is leading the way in the new generation of healthy, non-stick technology. Your food will never stick to the pan!

Copper Chef is completely chemical-free and won’t chip, peel, or flake into your food! Clean-up is a breeze with a quick wash in soapy water or it can simple be thrown in the dishwasher.


Features in a nutshell:

  • 6 ways to cook
  • Non-stick Cerami-Tech ceramic coating
  • Stainless steel induction plate with rapid, even heat technology – No hot spots
  • Easy cleaning
  • Durable, stain resistant coating
  • Heat resistant up to 850 degrees
  • Double riveted stainless steel hollow handle
  • Oven safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • PTFE & PFOA Free


Be sure and read Diane's thoughts on the Copper Chef cookware in her full review here. You can also check out the mouth-water Smores Cake she made using her pan!

Prize Package includes:

  • 11" Deep Square Casserole Pan
  • Induction Cooktop
  • Tempered Glass Lid
  • Fry Basket
  • Steamer Rack
  • Ultimate Cookbook
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty on Ceramic Coating

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28 comments :

LAMusing said...

I'm confused why the question is about children's hearing? I don't have kids. But Id love to try the Copper Chef pans

Jackie said...

I'd like to make eggs first...or maybe french toast.
Thank you!

Darlene said...

I would make chili.

Klydra Pugh said...

I'd make my family potato soup.
Thanks for the chance.

Danielle S said...

Since it has a fry basket, we would make donuts.

Danielle S said...

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Kat @ Inspiration CAN be Found Everywhere said...

I hear there are so many things you can make in these pans, but something ooey gooey would be perfect to test it out on ... then go on to frying so I can do my own fries or onion rings!

Elizabeth said...

I would probably fix a Roasted Chicken with Herbs!

hhkaufman78 said...

I would make fried chicken.

Deb PelletierC said...

I would like to do some home fried potato.

Sara said...

I would fix macaroni and cheese or a casserole.

Cindy Magee said...

Easy peasy grill cheesey is what I'd make first. :)

Elizabeth Miller said...

I would love to make shepards pie in this. A friend of mine has one of these and said it came out so good in it.

Jill Nelson said...

I'd fry some catfish for my husband. He loves it and I rarely make ut

Deanna Strait said...

Hmm..that'a a very good question. I'd probably make some sort of chicken dish.

Gabrielly Margutti said...

I would make mac and cheese.

Danielle S said...

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Tiffany Schmidt said...

Probably something simple like family dinner!

Suzanne Fleshman said...

These pans are awesome. I'd cook a mean breakfast omelette.

consultpro said...

I've always wondered about the copper pans... Looks like they're well made and will last years.

Karen P said...

Maybe some homemade chili.

Teresa Thompson said...

Chili would be first on the list.

Lisa O. said...

Pot Roast with carrots and potatoes

Lizbeth Palomino said...

Some mexican dish

Stacie Wyatt said...

bacon

 
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