Mauviel Copper Saucepan
"Copper pots are the most efficient conductors of heat, so foods get hot lightning fast and cook evenly. The downside? They're expensive. We think the Mauviel copper saucepan is worth the price. The pot is heavy enough that we can stir without holding the handle, leaving one hand free to tend to dishes on other parts of the stove." -The Editors, from the 2009 edition of the SAVEUR 100, Issue #117
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