Revere Ware Copper Clad
Revere Ware Copper Clad can be found in sets or you can get them individually. Saucepans, skillets and stockpots are the usual pieces one may look for in Revere Ware. They are great pans to use when making sauces, gravies or frying up a steak.
The stockpot can make delicious soups or be used to boil water for corn on the cob or pasta. Revere Ware cookware has been around for generations, and has built up a reputation for high quality, long-lasting cookware.
They are nice enough to show off on top of your stove. Most foods do not seem to stick to this cookware, which is a plus for nonstick. Revere Ware has a good reputation for durability. There are countless happy customers who have been using their cookware for 20, 30 or even 40 years without a problem.
ConsiderationsThe new Revere Ware Copper Clad is much thinner than the older version. The stamped design on the bottom can be seen inside the pot. Food stains the inside and is difficult to remove. The stockpot is the thinnest of them all and burns easily.
The Revere Ware copper bottom has a rougher finish than that found in the older Revere Ware. The new version seems to bend easily. Some of the skillets come with nonstick coating that buyers were unaware of.
The frying pans are smaller than their advertised sizes: the 8 inch measured 7-1/4 inches and the 10 inch measured 9-1/4 inches. The handles do tend to break or come off eventually, rendering the pan difficult to use. The copper may become discolored or tarnished on a gas stove.
Copper Clad Revere Ware Features
SummaryRevere Ware Copper Clad has a solid name behind it. It has the reputation of being easy to cook with and of lasting for many years. The newer versions of their cookware seem to be made of lesser materials. They dent easily and food burns due to thinner material.
Overall, they don't seem to be as well made as before. Whether they will last as long remains to be seen.
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