Farberware Commercial Cookware Aluminum Nonstick 10-Inch Skillet, Silver
- 10-Inch Skillet
- Durable nonstick lines the skillet's interior, providing easy cleanup and excellent food release
- The thick heavy gauge construction means the skillet will endure years of use
- Oven safe to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
- Farberware is manufactured and sold pursuant to a license from Farberware Licensing Co., LLC
12836 Size: 10-in. Features: -Skillet. -Durable nonstick lines the skillet's interior. -Providing easy cleanup and excellent food release. -Thick heavy gauge construction means the skillet will endure years of use. Color: -Gray. Material: -Metal. Number of Items Included: -1. Dimensions: Size 12-in. - Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -5 Inches. Size 12-in. - Overall Width - Side to Side: -12 Inches. Size 12-in. - Overall Depth - Front to Back: -19 Inches. Size 12-in. - Overall Product Weight: -2.7 Pounds. Size 10-in. - Overall Product Weight: -2.4 Pounds. Size 8.25-in. - Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -3 Inches. Size 8.25-in. - Overall Width - Side to Side: -8.25 Inches. Size 8.25-in. - Overall Depth - Front to Back: -15 Inches. Size 8.25-in. - Overall Product Weight: -2.1 Pounds.
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Remember people slowly heat up your skillets there’s no reason for your skillet to ever have to sit on a burner turned all the way up to high unless it is made of cast-iron and you have slowly heated it up first for searing. High fast heat is the enemy of any skillet. Never put your skillets through the dishwasher. Wash your skillet out in the sink with a soft sponge and a dab of dish soap unless it’s cast iron. On this style of skillet be sure you always use plastic utensils or wooden ones. The life you get out of a skillet correlates to the care you give the skillet to begin with.
The single most important thing about aluminum cookware is the weight, the thickness of the aluminum piece. Some items list the actual thickness in millimeters but not many. Sometimes you can tell by the weight.
This ten inch Farberware "restaurant grade" frypan is heavy. It is as thick as the thickest and most expensive cookware out there. It is not anodized, which greatly reduces the price. Anodized cookware, especially if nonstick coated, is no better for cooking than polished aluminum nonstick ware. It just maintains its lovely appearance, basically, forever. But if this frypan were anodized, it would easily cost 3-6 times as much, or more. Without any cooking benefit, It's too early for me to tell how long the nonstick surface will last, but the piece itself is a bargain at this price, given the weight of the aluminum in it. This thing weighs almost as much as a good steel pan, and about a pound more than the average pan of its size made of aluminum. That weight and thickness makes it durable and assures even heating. A good value at this price.