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A Great Time To Stock Up On Calphalon

Good cookware is worth its weight in gold, but when you can get it for a whole lot less, that’s superfantastic!

Right now cooking.com is holding a big sale on Calphalon cookware. This is sturdy, attractive cookware that will serve you well for decades. Take, for example, this handsome and hard wearing 12 quart stockpotCalphalon 12 qt Stockpot made of professional grade anodized aluminum, you’ll be able to use it to make stocks and soups to feed a large family or all your friends at once. The stick resistant surface won’t react with most foods, which means your soup will taste like your soup rather than the pot it was cooked in.

Normally, this fabulous stock pot would sell for $167.95, but for a limited time it’s on sale for just $69.99! That’s nearly a one hundred dollar savings!

If you act now, taking advantage of this incredible Calphalon sale and spend $299.00, you’ll receive this lovely 7-piece utensil set absolutely free:

Calphalon Utensil Set Freebie

But wait! There’s more! Spend $399.00 in the Calphalon sale and receive the utensil set plus this non-stick wok with glass lid.

Calphalon Wok Freebie

Now that’s what I call a great deal!

Oh, and while you’re at cooking.com, be sure to enter for a chance to win a $1000 gift certificate. Contest runs through March 26.

2 Responses to “A Great Time To Stock Up On Calphalon”

  1. Mr. Henry January 28, 2008 at 4:17 pm #

    Good call, Twistie.

    Mr. Henry has owned the Calphalon 12 qt. stock pot for years and years. It’s a kitchen essential. He uses it for boiling any pasta more than a single serving as well as for, you guessed it, preparing stock.

    The handles are well-designed and the metal conducts surprisingly well for such a lightweight pot. Because you can hold it with one had without spraining your wrist, washing it is easier than washing a LeCreuset enamel.

  2. Twistie January 29, 2008 at 12:57 pm #

    Thanks, Mr. Henry!

    Comfortable, sturdy handles are an absolute must in a good stockpot, and these are some of the nicest handles I’ve ever seen on a stockpot. I’ve looked at dozens, but the Calphalon remains the best one I know of.

    It’s always nice, though, to have one’s opinion backed up by someone as well-versed in the world of cookware as you. Thanks again for stopping by and putting in your two cents’ worth!