In a world of mass production, it can be hard to find products that are still made with the old-world care, but at Made In Cookware, that’s what they do. America and Western Europe’s top artisans are partnered with, to source and develop classic kitchen tools and cookware.
Their highly refined techniques are passed down from one generation of artisan to the next generation, only using the highest quality materials, resulting in heirloom-quality items in the various Made-in Collections.
That means that their cookware can last a lifetime, and maybe even longer if it’s passed down to the next generation. From stainless steel to enameled cast iron, from frying pans to stock pots and Dutch ovens, Made In has a variety of products that are sure to please your culinary needs.
If you’re a passionate home cook, you know that not all cookware is created equal. The right pots and pans can make a world of difference when it comes to the quality of your meals. That’s why many home cooks choose to invest in high-quality, made-in America cookware.
There are a few things to consider when shopping for made-in-America & made-in-Western Europe cookware. No low-quality Chinese products. First, think about the type of food you like to cook. Do you prefer to fry, sauté, or bake? Each type of cooking requires different types of cookware.
If you plan on frying, for instance, you should look for a large fry pan or sauté pan with a non-toxic, nonstick surface. If you prefer to bake, choose from an assortment of pie pans, slabs and roasting pans.
What is the Made In Story
There’s something special about cookware that’s made in the USA. It has a history, it has a story. When you buy American-made cookware, you’re not just buying a product, you’re investing in a piece of our country’s heritage. Are you looking for a new skillet or sauté pan, perhaps something to prepare that special meal in. Made In has them available, right here.
Made In officially kicked off six years ago, with the introduction of their now-iconic award-winning stainless-clad cookware. But they didn’t spring up overnight; the family firm has been supplying top restaurants and hotels with premium cookware for nearly a century.
To make the transition from supplier to creator, they were able to draw on the family’s decades-long history in the business as well as their own personal enthusiasm and dedication. For nearly a year, they worked on refining that first stainless steel clad frying pan.
The Benefits of Made In Cookware
1. Durable. Made of the finest materials to produce excellent, and long-lasting cookware.
2. Detailed instructions on how to care for and clean your cookware and kitchen tools.
3. The non-stick collections are non-toxic and PFOA free.
4. In the world of pro-level cookware, Made In, is a bargain. Very competitively priced.
5. Due to the layers, the core and the quality materials, these pots and pans heat very evenly. Makes cooking a joy!
6. All the pieces can be used in the oven, from 500°F – 1200°F, depending on which set we’re talking about.
7. All the cookware sets can be used on all types of stove tops. Gas, electric, ceramic, glass, induction, oven safe, and grill safe.
The Drawbacks of Made in Cookware
1. While there are quite a few individual stainless steel-clad pots and pans, there are only 3 sets of steel-clad cookware to choose from. Compared to other brands, slightly fewer options are available.
2. The fry pans are a little bit shallow for my liking. Definitely not the end of the world. It just depends on what you’re used to.
3. Some people wouldn’t buy this because of the price. As a former restaurant owner, I can vouch for the incredible value here. You’re getting a high level cookware set for a mid level price. Still, not everyone can afford this.
The Made In Warranty
Made In offers a Lifetime-Warranty. Also, there’s a 45 day risk-free trial. Yes, try out some serious cookware for 45 days to see it you like it or not. Not to mention, there are 85,000 Verified 5-Star reviews of the Made In products. This is amazing for a 6 year old product line.
It’s safe to assume that, like the vast majority of home cooks, you have a select few go-to pots and fry pans. It’s possible that after using Made In cookware, you’ll fall in love with a new brand.
The carbon steel can withstand temperatures up to 1200°F, the stainless steel versions of this cookware can withstand heat of up to 800°F, while the non-stick sets can handle up to 500°F, without warping.
They can be transferred from the stovetop to the oven with no problems at all. Made In products, once reserved for professional kitchens, are now accessible to home cooks.
You can either buy a single pan or a whole set to outfit your kitchen for less than a grand. There are literally over eighty-five thousand glowing reviews of Made In kitchenware from super-happy customers.
As is my thinking on all purchases, you can’t afford to buy cheap. If you have to replace your cookware every two years, you will have paid thousands of dollars for crappy cookware over the course of your life, and never had the opportunity to enjoy professional level pots and pans. Which in the long run, are a fraction of the price. Think about that…
If you’d like to learn more about Made In products, have a look here.