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Types of Pots

Braiser Pan
Braiser Pan

You can also find great recipes in my e-book The Braiser Cookbook: 22 irresistible recipes created just for your braiser-great for Le Creuset, Lodge, All-Clad, Staub, Tromantina, and all other braiser pans.

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Cast Iron Skillet
Cast Iron Skillet

Cooking pots and pans with legless, flat bottoms came into use when cooking stoves became popular; this period of the late 19th century saw the introduction of the flat cast-iron skillet. Cast-iron cookware was especially popular among homemakers during the first half of the 20th century. It was a cheap, yet durable cookware.

Fry Pan / Skillet
Fry Pan / Skillet

Obviously, when shopping for fry pans and skillets, your personal preference is the most important factor. All of the materials listed – cast iron, carbon steel, stainless steel, copper and nonstick – have their individual pros and cons.

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Fry Pan / Skillet
Fry Pan / Skillet

The same holds true for frying pans and skillets. Different materials, cooking styles, and preferences mean different models are the “best” for a given individual, or may work better in certain circumstances. You may be more concerned with the ability to place the pan in the dishwasher rather than even heat distribution.

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Griddle / Grill Pan
Griddle / Grill Pan

Some grill pans and griddles even offer reversible designs that feature a grilling surface on one side and a griddle on the other side. Most modern grill pans and griddles feature nonstick surfaces for easy cooking, removal of food and simple clean up. One large grill pan/griddle can easily cook a full breakfast plate of eggs, breakfast meats, pancakes all at once.

Sauce Pan
Sauce Pan

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Sauté Pan
Sauté Pan

What's the Difference? Sauté Pan vs. Skillet What's the Difference? Sauté Pan vs. Skillet. Emma Christensen. Jun 17, 2009 ... The One Instant Pot Article to Read Today.

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SautPan
SautPan

A sauté pan is the one that has straight sides. It has a larger surface area, which makes it ideal for tasks like searing meat or reducing a pan sauce. We also like it because we're less likely to slosh things over the side! A skillet is the pan with slanted sides. To add to the confusion, this pan is also sometimes called a frypan or frying pan.

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Stock Pot
Stock Pot

A stainless steel stock pot. Stock pot is a generic name for one of the most common types of cooking pot used worldwide. A stock pot is traditionally used to make stock or broth, which can be the basis for cooking more complex recipes.

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Stock Pot
Stock Pot

Stock pot is a generic name for one of the most common types of cooking pot used worldwide. A stock pot is traditionally used to make stock or broth, which can be the basis for cooking more complex recipes.

Wok
Wok

Wok Pots & Pan : Cook like a professional chef with the right pots and pans for all your cooking needs. Overstock.

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