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Limited Edition TVS Nonstick Pots

Lightweight, modern cookware.

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Product Details

This pot isn’t what you expect: It may look like cast iron, but it’s actually aluminum-cored with a nonstick coating (that means it’s surprisingly lightweight and therefore easy to lug from fridge to stove, even when it’s full of soup). The modern, cylindrical shape—a design by the architect Matteo Thun—isn’t just super sleek: it’s made to be the perfect pot for boiling water (and therefore whipping up stew, pasta, or prepping for a full-blown chili night). Use it on any cooktop, including induction surfaces; you can even slide it into the oven (up to 356° F with the lid, and 482° F without the lid). You’ll quickly wonder how you ever lived without it.

Want to cook the photo? Find the recipe for timpano, a gravity-defying, layered, and baked pasta here.

For use on all cooktops, including induction.

  • Made in: Fermignano, Italy
  • Made of: Aluminum with PFOA-free nonstick Plustek coating. Wooden or silicone tools are recommended for use as metal can scratch the coating.
  • Size: Small: 8.66" in diameter x 6.3" H (12.4" W with handles), 2.6 Quarts; Large: 10" in diameter x 7.68" H (14" W with handles), 6 Quarts.

Sourced from: TVS

Topics: Soups, New & Now, Slow-cooking, One-Pot Wonders, Poaching, Kitchen Design, Wildcard Winners

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Photography by Bobbi Lin, Rocky Luten and James Ransom.

Care & Notes

Safe for use in dishwasher, although hand-washing with mild detergent is recommended to avoid scratching. Avoid using metal tools.

All TVS coatings are free from nickel, heavy metals, and PFOA. Additionally, the high-gauge aluminium body guarantees excellent heat diffusion and great temperature stability. This means great energy savings—for the environment and the economy.

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