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Gotham Stack Master sets consist of six pots and pans of various sizes (four with lids) that are meant to be stacked within each other so they won't take up much storage space. Each set also includes a vegetable steamer, a basket fryer and a five-piece set of utensils. It's specified that all the pots and pans in these sets have non-stick surfaces that aren't prone to scratches, even if you use metal utensils to move food around within them.
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Each of these pots or pans has a triple-layered coating made from titanium, with a cast-textured surface on the very top. Due to the use of this material in their construction, each one's surface is durable enough that it won't easily pick up scratches from utensils, including chopping tools. Furthermore, while food is being cooked within one of these pots or pans, their design will enable a large amount of heat to circulate evenly. Therefore, the food will not only be free of super-hot or super-cold spots, but it'll also be ready for serving fairly quickly. When you're ready to serve it, it'll slide off the cast-textured surface of any of these pots and pans in seconds, without the addition of butter, oil or another similar lubricant.
All six pots and pans in one of these sets will have two stacking plates made of solid metal attached to them. This will enable you to store all six pans in one stack without running the risk of the bottom of one scratching the inner surface of the one below. Keep in mind, however, that even though these stacking plates look sort of like handles, they aren't meant to be used as handles.
You'll be able to use these pots and pans on all stovetops, including induction stovetops, and they're safe to use in the oven at a temperature of 500 degrees Fahrenheit or below. They're also flame-resistant, which means they're unlikely to ever be damaged by a flame that might show up while you're cooking on a hot stove.
Gotham Stack Master pots and pans are free of the chemical compound known as PFOA, which is potentially toxic to humans but is still found in some cookware products today. As a result, you can rest assured that you won't be exposing yourself (or anyone else who eats food that's been cooked in these pots and pans) to that type of toxicity.
All of these pots and pans are dishwasher safe, so you won't have to scrub any of them by hand. They can be washed with soap and water, though, if you don't have a dishwasher or don't want to use it on a particular day. There may actually be little scrubbing involved if you go that route, as any food residue will likely slide off the non-stick surface of any of these pieces of kitchenware quickly.
Each piece of kitchenware in a Gotham Stack Master set will have at least one attached handle, and the largest pot actually has a handle on each side. The single handle that's attached to each of the other pots and pans is a fairly long one that you'll be able to grip without putting your fingers near the corresponding hot pot or pan.
You currently might have a cupboard or closet full of dozens of pots and pans, all stacked haphazardly, but that may become a thing of the past once you start using Gotham Stack Master kitchenware. Since these pot and pan sets have been designed to serve every potential cooking need of any user, these attractive-copper colored pans may be all you need to cook with. You may be able to pass your other pots and pans on to new homes and save up to 40 percent of space by stacking these ones on top of each other.
You'll be able to use one or more of these pans to cook virtually anything, such as meat, fish, vegetables or pasta. On a daily basis, you may use at least one of them at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and due to the fact that they're oven-safe, you can also use them to cook desserts. The only desserts you won't be able to cook within them are ones that require an oven temperature of more than 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
If you typically add butter or oil to your pots and pans as a lubricant to stop the food inside from sticking, you'll be able to avoid adding those extra calories to your meals. With Gotham Stack Master pots and pans, you won't require this type of lubricant, so you won't end up ingesting the calories you'd normally get from the butter or oil. If you're on a diet or are simply looking to improve your health, this will work to your advantage.
With each Gotham Stack Master set, you'll get five utensils, including a flat lifter and four different spoons (two are completely solid) that have holes on their handles for hanging purposes. You'll also receive a basket fryer and a vegetable steamer. Each of these two devices can be placed inside one of the larger pots when you want to fry foods (like French fries or chicken wings) or steam some vegetables.
The four pots in each of these sets have their own transparent lids with their own handles, but the two pans in each set won't come with lids. It would be helpful if the transparent lids could be included with all the pots and pans, instead of just the pots, which are deeper. You could try to put one of the lids for the pots on a lidless pan, but it might not fit properly.
All of the pots and pans in each Gotham Stack Master set are round as opposed to being square. While these pieces of kitchenware will all hold a fairly generous amount of food, square ones of similar width and depth would be able to hold just a little bit more. This may not matter to all users, but if you're cooking for a large family or group of people, or you want to cook a dish that looks better square, it may be a disappointment. Including at least one square piece in each set would certainly be a positive thing!
If you decide you want to hang your pots and pans instead of stacking them, you should hang the six smaller ones from the hole in the handle that's been included specifically for that purpose. Hanging each of them from one of their metal stacking plates instead will make them more likely to fall down.
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