Stock pots and multi pots are a staple in any cook’s kitchen. They are versatile for preparing hearty soups on a cold day, Italian pasta for a feast or for warming leftovers. We have a huge variety of pots and pans at Williams Sonoma made of various metals, like stainless steel and copper . Look for assorted sizes to heat most efficiently on stove top burners. Tight-fitting lids keep the heat contained for quicker preparation and steamier dishes. Pots with strainers are ideal for cooking pasta. Just lift the strainers when the pasta is ready and pour it into a serving dish.
The copper pot sets are so elegant with a natural shine to them. Copper conducts heat quickly and thoroughly. Copper cookware sets come in various sizes from 5-piece beginner sets to 12-piece complete cooking sets, which make an awesome wedding or anniversary gifts. Individual pots and pans are available like the frying pans and pans with lids suited for sautéing or warming. Add the individual pieces to an existing set or start out with one or two. Overhead hanging racks are great for storing and displaying these pots and pans in the kitchen since they look as good as they work.
The All-Clad pots and pans are perfect for cooking a family dinner, an intimate candlelight dinner for two or a feast for a crowd. Sets of 5, 10 or 15 pieces offer a mix of sizes and lids carefully designed for plenty of use in the kitchen. Most of the pots and pans are dishwasher-safe. Separate pieces include omelet pans with a nonstick surface for flipping and gliding the omelet out of the pan. Splatter screens are ideal for contained oil sprays when frying or sautéing foods and keeps the stove top grease-free for easier cleanup. A stainless-steel casserole dish with handles is a must-have for a new or experienced cook. It can hold an oyster stuffing at Thanksgiving or a green bean casserole for Sunday dinner. It’s sturdy enough to hold ham with pineapple slices or a stick-to-your-ribs meatloaf. Plus, it’s pretty enough to go from oven to table for serving directly from the pan. A set of two French skillets includes two different sizes, so you can make up a small batch of French toast, hash browns or several delicious crepes. These sets and individual pieces are suited for gift giving, whether that’s for someone else or a deserving gift to yourself.