Food52 x GreenPan Nonstick Skillet (Set of 2)
The total package.
In the words of our co-founder Amanda Hesser, "Many nonstick pans are appealingly affordable but not at all visually appealing. With GreenPan, we set out to create a pan that would be a real looker—chic, even!—yet still have the great functionality that would make this your everyday workhorse." So voilà! Our design comes to life here—these pans not only slide out omelettes, crepes, fish filets, and the like with ease but their sage-blue exterior and brass hardware cuts quite a pretty profile if we do say so ourselves. But don't let all that eye candy fool you, these pans have power behind 'em, too: They're made from natural ceramic nonstick without PFAS, PFOA, lead, or cadmium, and are oven and broiler safe up to a whopping 600°F. They also won't blister, peel or release toxic fumes even if heated up to 850°F (unlike most nonstick pans) and the 100% natural ceramic coating can take a beating and then some (it’s even dishwasher and metal utensil-safe).
Photography by Ty Mecham & James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Stainless steel handle with brass finish, hard anodized reinforced body (for extra strength!) and ceramic coating (100% toxin-free: no PTFE, PFOA, PFAS, lead or cadmium used)
Includes 10" open fry pan (18.82" L x 10.63" W x 3.03" H; 2.28 QT) and 12" open fry pan (20.47" L x 12.2" W x 3.54" H; 3.36 QT)
Care & Notes
Suitable on all stovetops including induction. Oven safe up to 600°F and dishwasher safe for added convenience. For long-lasting performance, cook on low to medium heat settings with few drops of high smoke point oil or butter. Nylon or wooden utensils recommended although metal utensils are safe to use.
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