It's possible that cooking at home, on repeat every night, feels more obligatory compared to what it used to be just a few months ago. And because you've been using your skillets and pots a lot more frequently than you're used to, it's entirely probable that your fleet has sustained some unpleasant injuries, like scratches from metal tools, burns from extra-high heat, and stains from a behemoth batch of tomato sauce.
The set, complete with one 10-inch skillet, a 4-quart sauté pan, and a matching lid to fit both, was designed with meal prep in mind. The deep skillet and wide sauté pan allow plenty of room to prep big-batch meals—without having to pull out an enormous pot—and the sauté pan is the perfect vehicle for one-pot meals.
"Nothing like it for the price," one Nordstrom shopper wrote. "These are the sizes we use the most."
Each piece is constructed from hard-anodized aluminum and stainless steel, a successful duo that not only prevents food from sticking but also stands out among the range of pots and pans currently for sale. The hard anodized surface means cleaning will be a breeze (the pans are even dishwasher-safe). Plus, the pans have long, loop-style handles, so each can be slung onto a hook for storage, and they can be tossed into an oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
"This replaced a 12-year-old set of two pans and two lids on my stove top," one shopper shared. "Sturdy handles, looks pretty sitting on my stovetop, cleans easily, and best of all, a pleasure to cook with!"
These pans are likely to sell out on Nordstrom—All-Clad is, after all, beloved by chefs and home cooks alike—so grab on sale them while you can and get back into the pure delight of cooking.
To buy: $160 (originally $225); nordstrom.com