Eater Cookware Is Here

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Nearly four years ago, as Eater’s restaurant-obsessed editors began to really explore our home kitchens — some of us, admittedly, for the first time ever — Eater at Home was born. The section, devoted to cooking, shopping, and at-home entertaining, celebrates the kitchen as a site of curiosity and the place to recreate some of the most exciting aspects of restaurant dining: the experimentation with ingredients; the discovery of how food and culture intertwine; and the applied savvy of chef expertise leading to killer results on the plate.

Our excitement over everything the home kitchen represents has now culminated in the launch of our first-ever cookware line: Eater x Heritage Steel Cookware’s stainless steel products are now available exclusively on Amazon.

Like everything we do, Eater’s cookware line is inspired by restaurants, and the Tennessee-based, family-owned Heritage Steel brings 40 years of expertise creating craft cookware. Yes, these stainless clad steel pots and pans are sleek and attractive enough to hang in any open kitchen, but they also hold up to the demands of a professional chef: an interior polish creates a reliable cooking surface for expert craft cooking.

They’re designed with practicality and versatility in mind. Throw them on any stovetop or in the oven or on the grill. They’re the perfect addition to your cupboards if you’re looking to recreate an iconic migas breakfast dish, or attempt the omelet from The Bear or use up your veggies with a Korean pancake mix — in other words, if you want to truly cook like an Eater.

Eater x Heritage Steel 10.5” Fry Pan

  • $90

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Eater and Heritage Steel have created a line of stainless clad cookware that brings professional quality to the home cook. Crafted from fully clad, ultra-durable material, our 10.5” fry pan is the perfect everyday pan for your stovetop and is built to last.

Want to put any of the Eater skillets to work? Here are some recipes to get you started:

And if you’re looking for some saucepan inspiration:

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