Zwilling Aurora 5-Ply Stainless Steel Stockpot with Lid, 8QT
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This pot’s designed for stock. Of course, you can also make soup, boil pasta, and churn out awesome chili in it, too. The pot’s high sides slow evaporation—helping ingredients stay submerged—and a rolled rim means dripless pouring. Pasta lovers can buy the pot and the insert as a set (just cook your noodles in them fit together, lift the insert once the cavatelli is al dente, and watch the water drain away), but they’re also available as separates. The pot’s compatible with all types of ranges, including induction burners, and a 5-ply construction makes for superior heat conduction, distribution, and retention. Think of it as your one stop stockpot to simmering success.
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Details & Materials -
9.5" in diameter (at base) x 7" H and holds 8 quarts; Pasta insert is 10” in diameter (13.2" W with handles) x 8.5"H
Care & Notes
Safe for use in dishwasher, although hand washing is recommended.
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