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Calphalon added another metal to produce the cookware. Apart from copper and stainless, it also added aluminum to the construction of the cookware. The efficiency of heat transfer is achieved using the copper as exterior and aluminum as the core. It is oven safe for up to 450 degrees F and includes a life time warranty.
All of your food will cook evenly without embarrassing burnt spots. Because it heats up quickly it also saves a bit on energy making it environmentally friendly. This type of cookware is usually oven and broiler safe which adds to its versatility in the kitchen. The anodized aluminum itself is heat resistant up to the melting point of aluminum or about 1,221 degrees Fahrenheit, however, you need to check the rivets and handles to make sure that they are oven safe. Always check your manual before oven or broiler use.
The Copper Core All-Clad line blends stainless steel with a copper core for those who want the precision of copper cooking with the fuss and hassle. It is easy to clean and use. There is also the All-Clad LTD cookware set that features layers of anodized steel, aluminum and stainless style for excellent heat conductivity. It has a gleaming black exterior for an impressive appearance. The Cop R Chef is cookware designed for the professional chef. When using All-Clad cookware, you should avoid using high heats which could burn or tarnish the exterior, and unless it states otherwise, this cookware should not be placed in a dishwasher.
Aluminum is a material that is used in quality cookware, but only with certain applications. It is lightweight, and is best used as a core, or wrapped in another material such as stainless steel. The aluminum in the better cookware does not come in contact with food, as it tends to give food an "off" taste. This can be found in the cheapest of cookware, as all-aluminum pots and pans are inexpensive to make.