Standard Professional Grade Lid 30 Quart Stainless Steel Stockpot, Silver
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Stainless Steel Stockpot
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Cooks Standard Professional Stainless Steel Cookware Set 8PCS
2-Quart saucepan with lid. Inner size diameter 6.3-inch, depth 3.7-inch
3-Quart saucepan with lid. Inner size diameter 7.1-inch, depth 4.3-inch
6-Quart stockpot with lid. Inner size diameter 9.4-inch, depth 5.1-inch
4-Quart deep sauté with lid. Inner size diameter 10.2-inch, depth 3.0-inch
19.5 x 14.5 x 12.5 inches
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This pot is great for making big pots of soup or anything else that you need large quantities.
Justine Wettschreck –
This is a great stock pot at a reasonable price. I noted before purchasing that it is a wider bottom than my previous 20 quart pot, so I measured my stove burner before I purchased. Now I need to find a 16 quart. I make large batches of salsa and pasta sauce every year, and this pot works great. No scorching, easy to clean. Very sturdy.
As a 5 gallon pot should, this one is heavyweight and designed for serious cooking. I use mine as a steamer mostly: turn a colander upside down and if needed, add a steamer basket. Terrific for long-time cooking projects such as plum pudding which can take 6 hours.
We use it a lot for garden stuff, and apples.
Mitchell pleune –
This pot is very nice, but it need a really good wipe down or it will leave your food tasting metallic for the first cook. Or, just fill it almost to the brim with hot water from the sink and heat it the rest of the way on the stove. Leave it overnight to cool and don’t leave the lid fully on! When you empty it tomorrow it will still be warm! And then tou should be able to see a line from the water where everything below the waterline has whatever gunk or oil striped off.
Nice heavy Pot with a lid that can go into the oven. I used it as a dutch oven with bread. Worked perfectly!
Kitchen geek –
I make big batches of things — tomatoes for the winter, stocks, hot sauce. It’s the right size to do it all at once. I also sometimes can, and the insert from my old (and I mean so old it got holes in it) blue speckled canning pot fits perfectly, too. This is a good quality pot, and a good deal.
Edward R –
Bottom is very heavy so cooks evenly, no hot spots. Something else I like is that the rivets for the handles do not go through to the inside, so it is easier to clean while still being well made. An A+ in my opinion.
I’ve used this for soup, stew, and canning. I love it and it washes up great every time. Well made and solid.
Rigid, Flat Bottom. Well Made. Excellent heating. I have several of their Cooks Standard stainless steel pots and pans, but the rest of mine are All-Clad non-stick (2 skillets, 1 everyday 12″ skillet, 2 pots, and 1 stockpot). They are as well made as the all-clad, but in stainless. I see no need to buy expensive stainless pots and pans when these (in stainless) are made so well and work just fine.