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Winning Over Pros and Home Chefs Alike

If you’re looking to buy a new cookware set, where should you start? You could ask a professional chef about their favorite cookware brand. Or you might peek in an upscale hotel kitchen and see what kind of cookware they’re using. Or maybe just browse online reviews and find out what the masses love?


Actually, you don’t need to go to all that trouble. Made In Cookware is beloved by all of the above. Whether you’re in the market for a full set of stainless steel clad cookware or just a new carbon steel frying pan, you’ll find glowing reviews from kitchen professionals and amateur chefs alike for Made In. Keep reading to learn exactly why our cookware is winning the hearts of cookware connoisseurs around the world.

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What Professional Chefs Are Saying

“I've been looking for high-level, high-quality, American-made cookware - I've finally found it in Made In. I'm opening a new restaurant soon and the entire kitchen will be outfitted with
Made In.“

-Tom Colicchio, Celebrity Chef and Gramercy Tavern Cofounder

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What Home Consumers Are Saying

“Best pans I have ever owned! They are beautiful to look at. They are sturdy but not too heavy. Cooks evenly, cleans easily and with the Made Like New cleaner, they look brand new all the time. Love them.”

-Nita M., Verified Buyer

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Press Awards

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Reviews

Everyday Versatility

"With their heavy bottoms and well-designed, easy-to-lift handles, the pots and pans from Made In became my most-used cookware."

Best stainless-steel pots and pans: Made In Cookware

- New York Magazine

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Even Heating

"Made In's pots and pans are five-ply, meaning they're made with five layers of stainless steel and aluminum, so they heat evenly and are super durable."

Best Stainless Steel Cookware for Beginners: Made In's 3-Piece Starter Set

- Good Housekeeping

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Premium Materials

"When cooking with the Carbon Steel Wok, I really appreciated the high heat I could subject it to. It was also light and easy to handle, making it easier to toss the food in the pan."

- Robb Report

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Wide Selection

"Just a few of Made In's offerings include both non stick and regular frying pans in a wide range of sizes, stock pots, saute pans, sauciers, woks and universal lids."

Our favorite overall cookware: Made In

- CNET

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Unbeatable Price

"By buying all the products for construction directly, and marketing directly to their customers, the company is able to pass along significant savings on their products."

- Food & Wine

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Inspired Craftsmanship

"Working with manufacturers with centuries of experience, Made In emphasizes careful craftsmanship with high-quality materials (such as five-ply construction and 18/10 stainless steel) and smart, clever design."

- Business Insider

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Why Is Made In Cookware Different?

It starts with partnering with the world's finest artisans in the U.S. and Western Europe to produce professional-quality kitchen tools. Our artisans have been perfecting their technique over generations and only use the best raw materials, resulting in high-performing, long-lasting pieces across our collections. Our curated line of kitchenware is tested by chefs and their expertise helps us to ensure that our products can withstand the rigors of restaurant kitchens. Lastly, by controlling our entire supply chain, we're able to keep prices reasonable.

With Made In, the whole experience of shopping for cookware is simple and stress-free. (That’s how, in the words of one critic, we changed the game for both home and restaurant cooks). Made In products come with an industry leading, 45-day trial and our customer experience team will do their best to make sure you’re satisfied before, during, and long after your purchase.