Cooking isn't for everyone (especially when there's Postmates to keep you fed), but for those who love to get down in the kitchen, we've found a new cookware line you'll love. Launching today, Sept. 7, Made In is bringing premium pots and pans direct to consumers, and the best part is that they're super affordable, making them perfect for anyone from students purchasing their first pots and pans set as they head back to school, to experienced home cooks who are looking to update their existing gear.
Because there is no middle man involved, this high-quality kitchen gear is not marked up like so many other brands, and it's even made in the United States. Starting at just $69, the line features stock pots as well as fry, sauce, and sauté pans, all of which have heat-resistant handles so you won't burn yourself when moving things around. Each product is constructed with 5-ply construction for an even cook—no more half-done chicken! One of our favorite features of Made In, though, is that they are made with chemical-free coating, so you don't have to worry about ingesting any icky stuff.
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We also love that there's a tech aspect, too. The website has an interactive feature called "Build Your Kitchen," which is a short quiz that matches the consumer with suggested cookware based on their answers. This allows the process to be super easy and personalized, because not every home cook is the same. And, once you have your new cooking gear, Made In offers an integration with Amazon's Alexa for easy cooking how-tos and care tips. Each pot and pan also comes with informative engravings, such as internal temperatures and knife skill guides on the bottom.
Made In products range from $69-$149 and are available for pre-order today. Shop the full line here.