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At the time of its founding, All-Clad used a patented "roll bonding" process by which metals are sandwiched together and then formed into a cooking vessel. The company derived its name from this cladding process, which is applied not only on the bottom but extends all the way up the sides of each cooking vessel. The company has been issued several patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
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In 1971 they decided to produce cookware. Two features of All-Clad cookware are the metal cladding which means that a core of metal that conducts heat well, such as copper or aluminum, is sandwiched between sheets of stainless steel, then molded into saucepans, skillets, gratin dishes, and Dutch ovens.
As the metal banged around behind us (we wore earplugs), the factory director explained that aluminum heats horizontally whereas stainless heats better vertically. Which is another reason for that particular mix.
I do wish that All-clad would consider making nesting pans with detachable handles like Cristel. Apartments are getting smaller and its certainly great to get rid of the handles to add more storage space. I have 13 nested pans in the space where I used to have 5 with handles.
Chelsea Miller, born and raised in Portland, Oregon, graduated from the University of Oregon where she discovered both her love of football and cooking great food. She's the founder of the food blog "A Duck's Oven" and began writing for Foodal in 2014.
I was in a restaurant supply store the other day and the sales associate told me without a doubt all clad is the best brand of cookware. It is also very expensive. I enjoy cooking on stainless compared to nonstick. I think steel pans last a lot longer then non stick which I find I have to replace even a high end brand after a few years. 041b061a72