Made with a dash of good looks and a whole handful of smart thinking, Jan Hoekstra’s Cookware (2000) solves many frustrations in the kitchen. Anyone who’s accidentally dumped a pot of pasta into the sink will love how the lid of this 3 liter (3.2qt) Low Casserole twists and locks in place so liquids can be safely poured from notches on either side. In addition to giving you the convenience of hassle-free straining, the interior of this pot has a convenient measuring gauge so you can see how much you’ve added or removed. The gauge is in metric, attesting to the collection’s European roots. For the cook with too little storage space (and who doesn’t?), Hoekstra’s Cookware is made to nest together for compact storage. Made with a heat-resistant coated exterior in a choice of three colors and stainless steel interior, this pot is suitable for all types of heat sources, from gas to induction cook tops. Hoekstra’s Cookware Series was honored with the 2003 Red Dot Design award. Dishwasher safe.
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