A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Our Maker
We recently partnered with the Netherton Foundry to produce a select assortment of cookware exclusively for us here at Garrett Wade.
Black spun iron, one of the best cookware materials today, is an alternative to cast iron, which has historically been used in cookware. Spun iron is created by spinning discs of iron on lathes and then forming them over molds. It is superior to cast iron in one major way: It is a lot lighter than cast iron, usually 50% of the weight. You will no doubt appreciate this when you’re moving your rustic black iron cookware from your stove or oven to a countertop or tabletop.
Take a peek behind the scenes of this amazing process...
We love copper cookware. It’s beautiful to look at and heats both evenly and quickly – in fact it’s 25 times more conductive than stainless steel, making it an excellent choice for all kinds of stovetops, from electric to gas. (you’ll need a converter disc for an induction stove.) Using tin to line copper pots and pans dates back to at least the 17th century, and our Tin-lined Copper Saucepan, made by a renowned British firm, continues this tradition. The tin lining creates a food-safe, nonstick surface that protects the copper from acidic foods; with proper care, it will last you for many years. Use wooden or silicone utensils, avoid cleaning with harsh chemicals and materials, and don’t heat above 450 degrees. The matching tin-lined lid has a cast iron knob, and the pot’s iron handle is secured with three brass rivets. Measures 7” in diameter x 7½” high, and weighs 4½ lbs.You May Also Like
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