The 7pc Commercial Stockpot and Pasta Set is a must for those who love to cook. The stockpots feature our exclusive multi-ply full-body induction construction with high sides and vented lids that slow the evaporation of liquids, providing the ideal design for creating a variety of stocks.
The wide bottom of the 4qt and 8qt stockpots allows for sautéing of ingredients before the addition of liquids for delicious soups and stews, the 8qt stockpot is well suited for canning, blanching, and preparing food in large quantities.
The 6.5qt stockpot with a 6 qt pasta insert enables easy lifting and draining of cooked pasta. This essential pan may also be used for steaming and blanching a variety of foods, including vegetables and shellfish. Additionally, making stocks becomes effortless by adding meat, seasoning and other ingredients to the insert which is then simply removed when finished, eliminating the need for straining.
Multi-Core construction maximizes heat conductivity and responsiveness, with exclusive paneled bottom to prevent warping.
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*Whereas all of our cooking pans and vented lids are made in the USA, some of our accessory pieces, i.e. glass lids, strainers, steamer racks, egg cups, etc. are made of propitiatory metals produced to our strict specifications and made outside the USA to keep prices competitive.
Posted by Patricia Meyer on 30th Mar 2015
On Thursday Jan 9, 2014 Patricia Meyer wrote:
Dear Mr. Knight,
Just wanted to let you all know how much I love my HealthCraft large pots when it comes to homemade soup and stock. Having 3 of your large (12qt, 6qt and a pasta pot) pots helps much. I'm sure customers often think they could have no use for such large pots, thus they might be hard to sell. Well, in this colder winter there can be nothing better than homemade soups, chilies and stews!!! Being able to cook them in your waterless cookware means a nice constant low and slow simmer (or boil) is easily achieved which means NO SCORCHING!!!!!! Right now I am making split pea soup with ham bones--I another pot I would constantly have to be checking and stirring to prevent peas from sticking to the bottom of the pot. It is GREAT to be able to let things just cook along without a worry in the world!!!
I doubt I will have any need for any more HealthCraft--but just had to let you know once again how much I use and enjoy your waterless cookware--
Oh, yesterday I made a pecan pie in one of your pie tins--The edge design of the pie pan sure makes it easy to shape a lovely edge then cover with aluminum foil to prevent burning without and "squishing down" of the top edge. Yup. I also enjoy good bake ware!
Bye for now,