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1 Rachael Ray Cucina Hard Enamel Nonstick 12-Piece Cookware Set, Agave Blue By Rachael Ray
9.8
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2 Neoflam Eela 7 Piece Ceramic Nonstick Cookware Set in Pink By Neoflam
9.6
Score
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3 T-fal B130SC Color Luxe Hard Titanium Nonstick Thermo-Spot Dishwasher Safe PFOA Free Cookware By T-Fal
9.1
Score
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4 Gotham Steel 10-Piece Kitchen Nonstick Frying Pan and Cookware Set, Brown/Transparent, Standard By Gotham Steel
9.0
Score
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5 Cook N Home 15 Piece Non Stick Black Soft Handle Cookware Set By Cook N Home
8.6
Score
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6 Cook N Home 02588 Stay Cool Nonstick Cookware Set, Turquoise By Cook N Home
8.2
Score
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7 T-fal A821SA Initiatives Nonstick Inside and Out Dishwasher Safe Oven Safe Cookware Set By T-Fal
8.1
Score
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8 SWISS INOX 18 Pc Stainless Steel Cookware Set Fry Pots Pans Saucepan Casserole
7.7
Score
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9 LivingBasics® 12pc Stainless Steel Cookware Set Fry Pots Pans Saucepan Casserole
7.5
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10 Gotham Steel 10 Piece Nonstick SQUARE Frying Pan and Cookware Set – COPPER!
7.2
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Your Guide to Buying an Cookware Sets Eric Hewitt

How should you choose a cookware set?

Do you love cooking? Are you fond of watching cooking shows simply for the pleasure of seeing how beautiful the dishes appear? Well, it shouldn't be much of a surprise that you are awed by those gorgeous cookware sets. But if you think that only expensive cookware can be appealing, you are quite wrong. Look around to purchase some of the best cookware sets which are attractive yet affordable.

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What should you consider before buying a cookware set?

Cookware is a broad term that includes every utensil you use to prepare your dishes. The ideal cookware sets are usually those that are long-lasting as well as visually appealing. But the wide selection makes it difficult to know what to buy. After going through thousands of cookware set reviews, you will get an idea of what you should consider before buying these kitchen essentials.

  • Do a stock check: Check what you already own, and every few months, look closely to determine if you need to replace any of your existing cookware. In most cases, it is the cookware you use most regularly, such as the frying pan, which may get damaged.

  • Take note of your cooking style: Your style of cooking will have a major bearing on the kind of materials you should be looking for when buying your cookware. If you tend to cook only for your family, small sized pans may be sufficient. If you frequently have large get-togethers, you'll understandably need more cookware. If you do a lot of frying, you may want to purchase an extra non-stick frying pan.

  • Check your stove top: Finally, it is your stove top that will figure into choosing your cookware. If you have an induction stove top, you would definitely need cookware with magnetic properties and flat-bottomed dishes. Similarly, round-bottomed cookware will require a vented ring placed on the burner to support a wok.