Post # 1
A seven piece set was on sale at Macy’s last week for $199. That means it will go on sale again! I looked at it. It was really heavy. Not quite as heavy as the original all-clad, but I think it’s still pretty good.
Has anyone registered, used, received this Emeril All Clad stainless steel?
I want to know your thoughts.
Post # 3
I didn’t register for all clad bur I did register for his nonstick collection and they are awesome! Such nice quality! My aunt and uncle do have the all clad set though and really enjoy it. They are big cookers too, I used them a few tines when I house sat for them and they were heavy but very nice to cook with and easy to clean Check out Bed Bath & Beyond if you are registered there, it’s usually the same price all the time as it would be at Macys on sale.
Post # 4
Thanks! I will check out bbandbeyond
Post # 5
I love my All Clad pieces. I’ve had them for 15 years and they are awesome!
I don’t know about the Emeril ones, but here’s a hint for any Bees out there with Stainless Steel, not-nonstick pans: If you can’t get them clean, make a paste out of baking soda and go to town on the bits that won’t come off. Works wonders!! And, yes, I used to work at Williams-Sonoma in my younger days 😉
Post # 6
Im not sure about the Emril pans… but I do know that the reason why the pans are less expensive at BBB, is because they are not of the same quality as the pans sold at Williams Sonoma/ Crate and Barrel/ Macys. Like mhrini, I used to work at Williams Sonoma. The pans sold at BBB are not he same quality metal, I think they have more nickel or something like that. But, if you havnt used the better quality pans you probably wouldnt notice the difference.
Post # 7
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
I’m not sure about the Emeril All-Clad. I think I’d stick to the original stuff.
All-Clad is indispensable in my book. A mix of All-Clad and Le Creuset is the ultimate group of must-have cookware pieces. 🙂