Premium cookware is an investment that will last a lifetime. Multi-clad, copper bottom, anodized aluminum – there are a multitude of cookware types available. What makes Wolf Gourmet cookware special?

Here’s a review of important cookware components.

Stainless Steel
Cooking a large batch of tomato sauce? You’ll want a stainless steel pot. Besides durability, a great benefit of stainless steel is non-reactivity. Cooking acidic foods in an aluminum or cast iron vessel can leave a metallic taste as well as damage the interior of the cookware with repeated use. Stainless steel is easy to clean and holds up well after years of heavy use. Stainless steel cookware can be found in different grades, based on quality, durability and luster. Wolf Gourmet cookware is made with robust 18/10 stainless steel, meaning it has 18 percent chromium and 10 percent nickel.

Aluminum Core
For conducting heat quickly and keeping the pan at the desired temperature, aluminum is at the top of the list. We know copper is a great heat conductor too, but have you ever seen shiny copper cookware in any place other than a magazine? It discolors very quickly and often requires special cleaning agents to keep that new copper shine.

Fully Clad
Some cookware has a multi-ply bottom, but the multiple layers do not extend up the sides of the pan. Wolf Gourmet cookware is fully clad, meaning all seven layers extend from the bottom to the top of the pan. The benefit is more even heating throughout the pan. Sauces, soups, and grains are perfect examples of foods where overall even heating is important for best results. We make lemon curd and hollandaise sauce without using a double boiler.

Putting it all together: 7-ply
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Are more layers better? We certainly think so. All seven layers extend fully up the sides of each pot, pan, and skillet for the most evenly cooked sauces, stews, soups, risotto, and grains. Seven-layer construction throughout also provides even heat distribution, faster heating, and superior heat retention for everything from searing steaks to simmering delicate sauces.




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9 comments on “Learn More: Wolf Gourmet Cookware”

  1. Shirley

    I purchased the pots & pans. The outside cleans beautifully and they stay bright and shinny. Nothing sticks to the interior, which I love. However, the interior takes on a strange mottled look. I don’t use the pots & pans on high heat. The highest temp I use is #6 out of a choice of 1 to 10. Is there anything I can use to get back to the original interior look?

  2. Tracy Scott

    Hi Shirley, Bar Keepers Friend® will help your cookware keep its original shine.

  3. Rhonda Lassner

    I just purchased a wolf induction range. Is the wolf cookware
    A good choice for induction cooking ?

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