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Farberware Classic 1-Quart Covered Straining Saucepan

$32.99

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Farberware Classic 1-Quart Covered Straining Saucepan

A clever design for straining, pouring or covered cooking. The lid has a deep rim with optional straining holes. To strain, line the holes up with the pan's pour spouts and strain with ease. For covered cooking, rotate the lid to close the holes and moisture will stay inside the pan. To pour, remove the lid and use the pour spouts that are built into the pan body.

Features

  • Full Cap Base Advantage - stainless steel protector surrounds a thicker aluminum core for easy maintenance and better heat distribution.
  • Unique straining lids and classically styled phenolic handles are oven safe up to 350 degrees F / 180 degrees C.
  • Durable stainless steel construction - dishwasher safe
  • Thicker, rolled pan rims for extra durability, enhanced drip-free pouring and easy handling.

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Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • Passing it on, not down   »   Most Recent Review “Classic timeless investment, bought for a daughter since I've had and loved my own for 30+ years. Next generation to enjoy this great saucepan”
  • A great little pot at a great price!   »   Most Helpful Reviews “I hate having a kettle taking up space on the stovetop all of the time, so this pot is great because it can do double duty.”
  • Handy   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “Pot is really heavy with the glass lid on. Haven't figured out what the handle hanger ring is for. If you hang up the pot the glass lid falls off.”