Aluminum Pot with Handle
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A pot that we can handle.
This style of hammered aluminum pot originated in the mid-19th century, and they've stuck around for good reason. They’re lightweight, durable, and conduct and distribute heat faster than stainless steel cookware. The hammered interior helps to prevent foods from burning and sticking. And, it doesn't hurt that it's prettier than your standard steel pots, now does it?
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Details & Materials -
9 1/2" diameter, 3.5” high, holds approximately 4 liters
Meet the Maker
Mutual Trading Company is a premier specialist for wholesale Japanese food, alcoholic beverages, and restaurant supply distribution since 1926. They import, export, distribute, and manufacture top brands for all sorts of Japanese cooking, and are on the frontier of the bringing Japanese cuisine to a broader audience of cooks. They are dedicated to innovating and preserving the authenticity of Japanese culinary traditions, and we're happy to be taking notes.View Full Profile
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