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Martha Stewart Collection Stainless Steel 2-Qt Saucepan

Martha Stewart Collection Stainless Steel 2-Qt Saucepan
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Martha Stewart Collection Stainless Steel 2-Qt Saucepan

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Product Weight: 3.0 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 5 reviews
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Average Customer Review:2.5 ( 5 customer reviews )
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1Great... if you NEVER, EVER burn anything  Jul 15, 2008
By cohrun
I am practically a professional at burning foods and leaving pots and pans on the stove too long -- which is why I was utterly shocked the first time I left this pan on the stove too long with just vegetables and water, and found I was completely unable to clean the burned pan! I tried the usual boiling with water to loosen debris, steel wool, and abrasive cleaners -- but I could tell immediately that this stuff wasn't coming off. It was like it became chemically bonded to the pan and the burnt green beans were actually part of the metal bottom! I have owned All-Clad, KitchenAid, Cuisinart, Tools of the Trade and even a cheap-o superthin stainless stockpot, and none of these have ever reacted like this! So, if you're super-conscientious and never plan to burn anything in this pan -- go ahead and buy it. Otherwise, buyer beware!

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

1wouldn't buy again.  Mar 01, 2014
By Debbiezee
Did anyone else burn their hand on the handle to these pots. It seems that when cooking the handle as well as the pot heats up. went to grab it from the stove and burned my hand.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5favorite pot!  Jun 04, 2008
By Mrs Katherine Zanzibar "MrsZ"
cooks like a dream! I wish I had the entire set! I'll never buy another brand ever!

1rust on pan after only a couple uses  May 15, 2013
By J. Thompson
I could not believe my eyes when I saw rust had formed on the inside bottom of this pan after only a few uses and cleanings. I have never experienced this in cookware, other than cast iron. The inside bottom is also rough around the edges, which is probably what is leading to the rusting. It will be going back.

5a fine pot  Dec 12, 2008
By RustyShackleford
If you know how to correctly operate a stove, you should have no problems with this pot.

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