Five Decades of Excellence
All-Clad started making cookware back in 1971 when their founder John Ullam combined
his deep knowledge of metallurgy and love for cooking. In honor of All-Clad’s 50th
anniversary, we’re featuring recipes that capture the culinary spirit of the past five decades.
The smart design and superb performance of All-Clad cookware make it the choice of
leading professional chefs and home cooks alike. Whatever your style of cooking
and level of experience, there’s an All-Clad collection for you.
All-Clad's history of innovation is also apparent in the company's top-quality kitchen appliances, from
countertop grills and slow cooker to portable immersion blenders. Designed for ease of use and
top efficiency, each All-Clad machine relies on advanced technology for outstanding culinary performance.
Our commercial-quality All-Clad tools perform a wide variety of kitchen tasks with
precision and ease – and make ideal partners for All-Clad cookware.
All-Clad transforms outdoor grilling with stainless-steel cookware and tools that resist
corrosion and warping – even at searing temperatures up to 700 degrees F.
The efficient design of All-Clad's iconic Tri-Ply cookware is also the secret to its
top-quality bakeware, which yields delicious and uniformly browned results.
The History of All-Clad
Founded in 1971 by metallurgist John Ulam, All-Clad Metalcrafters was the first cookware
company to use bonded (clad) construction, layering different metals, such as stainless steel and
aluminum, into one. The result is beautiful pots and pans that outperform cookware made with a
single metal. Today, All-Clad cookware is still assembled in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
using American steel and imported materials.
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