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Stonecook Pan is a large cooking pan with handles that you can use on the stove ( including on induction stoves ), in the oven, or on the barbecue. The slim black pan has a large surface area, so you can cook for your family or a group of friends, but it's also suitable for use when you're cooking for only yourself. Each pan comes with a pair of oven mitts and a pair of heat-resistant silicone handles.
The cost of Stonecook Pan is $29.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $36.98. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Stonecook Pan being discontinued. Stonecook Pan may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
This pan heats food by virtue of induction-based technology that enables heat to spread evenly across its surface, so each morsel of food gets cooked equally well and there are no hot spots. While your food cooks, the high ridges on your pan will create attractive-looking grill marks and help drain any excess fat away so you don't end up consuming it.
Each of these pans has a large grilling surface, so you'll be able to fit up to several pieces of meat or fish on yours. However, it won't burn your food if you choose to cook just one or two items on it.
Aside from being large, this pan's surface is also marble-coated, and food won't stick to it easily. Therefore, if it's not too dirty after one use, you'll be able to clean it with a sponge without putting in too much grunt work in order to scrape food scraps off.
If you choose, you'll also have the option of safely running this pan through the dishwasher instead of cleaning it by hand.
Since this pan is quite thin, it won't take up a great deal of horizontal space in a standard-sized kitchen drawer. You'll likely have room to stack at least a couple of other things on top of it.
After you finish cooking with your Stonecook Pan, you'll be able to transfer it to your table to be used as a serving tray, thereby cutting down the number of dishes you'll need to clean.
If you're concerned about burning your hands when you carry this pan, and you don't want to wear oven mitts to the table, you can simply attach the heat-resistant handles included with your Stonecook Pan.
Besides standard pieces of meat or fish, you'll also be able to cook a variety of other foods with this pan, such as grilled vegetables, shish kebabs, hot dogs, and burgers.
The Stonecook Pan promotes the adoption of a healthier diet since it drains any excess fat off of each and every item that is cooked on it. Therefore, some of the fat you'd normally consume when using other pans won't make it to your mouth or your waistline.
Not only will using the Stonecook Pan lead to the consumption of healthier meals, it'll also make certain foods that you cook look more attractive by adding perfect-looking grill ridges to them. If you have guests over, they may be very impressed when you serve them up pieces of chicken or steak that look like they've been grilled in the kitchen of a restaurant.
The Stonecook Pan is too large to fit in most microwaves, so you likely won't be able to use it when you want to heat up a quick bite in yours.
To make sure that all of the excess fat is drained off your food before you serve it, temporarily remove the food from your pan and tip one corner of the pan toward a container. Any fat on the pan will drain off of it and into the container, and you'll be able to see how much you stopped yourself from eating.
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