All Clad is recognized as an American kitchenware company, and is based in Canosburg, Pennsylvania. They distribute their kitchen utensils in various stores and in many countries such as Australia, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. Its origin was from 1967 by the metallurgist John Ulam, and this company had a great importance in the decision of the change to the united metal coins. They began to distribute kitchen utensils by accident when Ulam made a pan for his own personal use, and that was how in 1971 they already sold this utensil.
Today, they continue to work from Canonsburg, Pennsylvania with a large number of artisans to produce the full line of high performance cookware. They have innovative designs and everything is made by hand so their work is also highlighted. His passion is to create utensils that can meet the demands of his clients and professional chefs, it is a brand that is undoubtedly classified as one of the best in culinary circles around the world.
The D3 Fry Pan 10-Inch, is the perfect utensil for your kitchen, you can brown and fry almost everything. At the same time, it has a flat and wide surface that heats evenly, has sloping sides so you can turn it easily and has an excellent construction and design so you can get a consistent result on the cooking surface.
- Stainless steel handles are permanently secured with stainless steel rivets
- 18/10 stainless steel cooking surface will not react with food
- Oven and broiler safe
- Dishwasher safe
- Handcrafted in the USA
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