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Our cookware buying guide will help you decide on the range of pots and pans that best caters to your cooking needs. So whether you're buying new cookware for a new kitchen or you're simply replenishing old stock, Debenhams' cookware buying guide has the answer.
A chemical process, which converts the natural oxide coating on aluminium, is used when making hard anodised pans. This process is not a coating - it's an integral part of the pan, making it extremely durable.
Stainless steel pans are made by combining steel with chromium to ensure that they are corrosion resistant and nickel for strength and ductility. The grade used to describe such cookware is known as 18/10 (18% chromium and 10% nickel).
Aluminium pans are made with a strong outer enamel coating making it easy to clean and hard wearing. The non-stick interior protects your food from sticking to the bottom surface and resists any scratching that can occur when cleaning. Invest in a good quality aluminium / non-stick pan which can last up to several years.
Each piece of Le Creuset cast iron is unique - produced in its own 'sand mould' during the initial casting process. This casting process is strictly controlled to ensure the optimum mix of ingredients and firing temperature to attain the highest standard. Once cast, each piece is then inspected and prepared for 2 layers of vitreous enamel to be applied. The vitreous enamel is a glass material that seals each piece giving it an extremely hardwearing finish that has high resistance to acid and alkalis used in food and dishwasher detergents.
Part of the Le Creuset range, these pans are made from stoneware and undergoes tough glazing so that they won't scratch or crack. They are also extremely versatile and can be used in the oven up to 260C, under the grill, in the microwave and in the freezer.