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All frypans won't work with an induction cooktop
An electric coil is positioned to create a magnetic field under the ceramic top. This requires that the cooking vessel also be magnetic. Cookware that is magnetic includes:
cast iron, carbon st...more
Pan Sizing Guide/Number of Servings
Seasoning Frypans
Seasoning Mill-Finish Aluminum Frypans
Skillet should be clean and dry. Place skillet on heated surface and heat until smoke point is reached. Add salt to cover the bottom of the pan. Roast salt ...more
Use and Care of Alumnum and Stainless Steel
Use and Care of Aluminum
Like most cookware, aluminum should be allowed to cool before washing or soaking. This is a simple safeguard against warping and prevention of accidental burns in handli...more
Use and Care of Cast Iron
Seasoning cast iron: Wash thoroughly with mild dishwashing liquid. Rinse with hot water and dry completely with a soft cloth or paper towel. Never allow to drain dry, or wash in a dishwasher. Grease...more
Why use a stir-fry pan or wok?
When stir-frying meats and vegetables, the bite sized ingredients are stirred constantly and quickly over high heat in a small amount of oil. Stir-frying is an ideal way to preserve the color, flavor...more