Stainless Steel Braisers are Round pots of medium depth with straight sides and two side loop handles also called Sauce Pots. Similar to stock pots but shallower, making stirring and mixing easier. It can be used on the stove or in the oven. Great for large menu items.
Stainless Steel Casserole pots are also known as Buffet Casserole and Rondeau. These Shallow pans are wider than taller with two side loop handles. Used for sweating, searing, browning, frying, steaming, poaching, and braising (cooking in small amounts of liquid), the best choice particularly for larger food items.
Stainless Steel Fry pans are shallow wide pans with a single long handle and sloping sides that allow the cook to flip and toss items without using a spatula. Use for sweating, searing, browning, stir-frying and frying.
Just like Stock Pots, these Stainless Steel pots are made to accommodate large food menu items but the height of the pot is only half the side of the diameter.
Stainless Steel Fry pans with non-stick coatings are great for making foods such as fried eggs, omelets, crepes and any other food that can stick to the surface during normal cooking.
Pressure cooking is the process of cooking food using water or other cooking liquid in a sealed vessel. A Pressure cooker cooks food faster than conventional cooking methods, which also saves energy.
A Stainless Steel Saucepan is a round pot of medium depth with straight sides and a single long handle. Use for small quantities of soups, sauces, rice, pasta, vegetables, casseroles, mussels, clams, and boiled eggs. Available with pouring spouts.
A Stainless Steel Saucier pan is a Saucepan with rounded bottom edges and flared sides made to accommodate whisks and spoons. Use for sauces, custards, and other liquids that need frequent and thorough whisking or stirring.
Stainless Steel Saute Pans are Shallow pans that are wider than taller, with straight sides with a single long handle. The French word sauter means to jump. It refers to the action of tossing small pieces of food in the pan by jerking it, as opposed to stirring or turning the food in a stationary pan.
Stainless Steel Stock Pots are very large, deep, straight-sided pots with two side loop handles. Height is equal to pan's diameter and helps minimize evaporation of liquid at the top surface. Use for preparing stocks and simmering large quantities of liquids.