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jayney-O
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gee, if we were as good as your son....we'd be mighty healthy, more power to him!
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I am in the market for new cookware and this weekend I found the Emeril cookware on sale. It was 18/10 stainless steel but on the bottom was alumium and copper. Would you think with the alumium & copper on the outside of the pots it would be okay. THe interior was the ss. IT was a great price 199.00 w/$30 coupon. Today is the last day of the sale. They also throw in a cast iron griddle.


Hi BB,

Apologies for not seeing your question until the sale had passed. I hope you got it anyway and kept your receipt in case you needed to return it.  The aluminum & copper used to enhance conductivity is fine imo. NONE of that will be on contact with your food. I have a super Cuisinart stock pot with the same kind of sandwiched super-conductivity bottom while the food surface is stainless steel. It is a wonderfully-functional piece.

Arlene,

I'm looking forward to reading your review!  


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Last night my son made Bison Chuck Roast in the big one.  He put a little beef broth in the bottom, then added parsnips, onions, chives & tarragon.  After he took it out of the oven, it was so tender and very tasty.  Good “B” meal.


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