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Paula Deen Collection 15-Piece Porcelain Nonstick Cookware Set - Oatmeal Speckle
The fun speckled finish of this 15-piece cookware set is eye catching, but it's the performance and convenience that will have cooks singing its praises. The set also comes with handy measuring spoons.

This Paula Deen Porcelain Nonstick Cookware Set features porcelain exteriors that look great and are durable stain resistant and easy to clean. The heavy gauge construction heats the cookware smoothly and quickly eliminating hot spots that can burn foods and the long-lasting DuPont Teflon Select nonstick interiors provide excellent food release with every use.

Glass lids present a great way to oversee cooking without sacrificing moisture or heat and their copper color-accented and color-coordinated knobs supply a confident grip.

Soft-touch handles are dual riveted for additional strength. The handles also feature convenient copper-plated hanging rings for a range of storage options. Conveniently these cookware pieces are oven safe to 350°F making it easy to tackle Paula's delicious recipes.

About Paula Deen

Paula Deen's culinary career began in June 1989 out of her kitchen with The Bag Lady, a home-based lunch delivery service in Savannah. With the help of her sons, Jamie and Bobby, The Bag Lady was successful and she soon outgrew her kitchen. In 1996, she opened her own restaurant, The Lady & Sons, in downtown Savannah. In 1999, USA Today named The Lady & Sons the International Meal of the Year.

In 1997, Deen published her first cookbook, The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook. As luck would have it, a major publishing company house picked it up when one of their literary agents walked into the restaurant to escape a rainstorm. Shortly after that, Deen's cookware was appearing on QVC. In the next few years Paula published many more cookbooks.

"Paula's Home Cooking" premiered on the TV Food Network on November 16th, 2002. The program features Deen doing what she does best - being herself, teaching people how to bring joy into their kitchens and homes. With Deen, it is about teaching viewers to bring out the best in their families and creating happy memories no matter what the budget is.

In fall 2006, Deen launched her second program, "Paula's Party," on the Food Network. She invites guests to participate in her cooking classes. Viewers get an inside look at what makes Deen so special - her clever wit, her jovial laugh, and sheer genius at making people feel good.

  • 15-Piece cookware set
  • 1Qt covered saucepan
  • 2Qt covered saucepan
  • 6Qt covered saucepan
  • 2.75Qt covered sauté pan
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10" Skillet
  • 5-Piece measuring spoon set
  • Venting tempered glass lids
  • Aluminum
  • Porcelain enamel exterior
  • Nonstick interior
  • Double riveted handles
  • Copper knobs
  • Even heat base
  • Oven safe to 350°F
  • Hand wash
  • Color: oatmeal speckle
  • Made in Thailand
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Lifetime Limited Warranty

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Compliments Kitchen, fragile ware

By ibena

from Rochester, NY

About Me Avid Cook

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  • Ecclectic Design


  • Fragile
  • Handle Gets Hot
  • Scratches Easily

Best Uses

  • Decoration
  • Simple Meals

Comments about Paula Deen Collection 15-Piece Porcelain Nonstick Cookware Set - Oatmeal Speckle:

Less than 4 months of cooking, max, before seeing wear and tear. Colorful accent for kitchen, too pricey to be so fragile and dangerous absorption of teflon shedding.

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