Rachael Ray Classic Brights Hard Enamel Nonstick 14-Piece Cookware Set, Orange Gradient

182 reviews - By: Rachael Ray

Rachael Ray Classic Brights Hard Enamel Nonstick 14-Piece Cookware Set, Orange Gradient
MSRP : $200

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New, everyday and experienced cooks alike will appreciate the fundamental pieces included in the Rachael Ray Hard Enamel Nonstick 14-Piece Cookware Set. It includes basic pieces that are essential to a kitchen. It offers what you need for taking foods from the prep counter to oven to stove top to table. Three pots and two skillets of varying sizes can be used for a multitude of tasks such as sauteing or making sauces. A large stockpot has the capacity to hold up to six quarts of liquid. The sturdy construction of this Rachael Ray Cookware Set promotes even heating very quickly during cooking. This helps reduce hot spots that can potentially burn food. The cookware's handles are double riveted for extra strength and provide a comfortable grip. A standard-sized cookie sheet has edges that are easy to grasp.
Rachael Ray Classic Brights Hard Enamel Nonstick 14-Piece Cookware Set, Orange Gradient


Even better than I'd hoped!

After a year of wishing for this set, I finally got it. And I have ABSOLUTELY no regrets. The non stick is truly non stick (omelets flip like a dream!), clean up is amazing. No scrubbing at all. The set is beautiful and while I fully expect that the colour will fade/change with time and use, it seems made well enough that that time won't be soon. For those with gas stoves wanting to get this set: do it! Completely safe and even cooking on gas. Part of my hesitation on buying the set was that I didn't see any gas specific reviews. Also, a small warning: I have a slightly smaller oven than the norm and the cookie sheet does not quite fit in it. It's above average in length by maybe two inches. I have others so that's not a huge problem. And the pan is pretty enough that I can use it as a serving dish or something. Not a total waste. Anyway, so far, I am totally enjoying the set. It's a joy to cook with. I'll do an update if I notice any problems.


Rachael Ray hard enamel cookware set

Looks like a nice set while taking out of the box. Cooked well. Didn't see anything on the box about not being dishwasher safe. Ran 2 skillets and 1 sauce pan through the dishwasher and the red finish was chalky and rubbed off on a towel on the first use! I registered the product and after looking at the warranty card in the box it says automatic dishwasher damage not covered. Who ever heard of cookware that's not dishwasher safe? I guess I have now. I'm trying Rachaels website to see if they will replace. Time will tell. If you want to hand wash they may be OK but if 1 run through the dishwasher did this damage to the finish I question how long it will last no mater how well you care for it.


Disappointed with the quality

With great expectation going by the ratings and reviews that time I bought Rachael Ray Hard Enamel Nonstick 14-Piece Cookware Set, Orange Gradient set. With in 4-5 months of using the sauce pan it gave up and lost its shape.But still had hopes with other pans and continued using them. one by one started to wear-out. now it seems like I cant cook with any of them since all of them either lost shape or started to peel off. I am really disappointed with the quality.


The worst cookware I have ever bought.

The worst cookware I have ever bought. The set was over $100 and red when I purchased them. Now the are rusty and pale in color. Poorly made. Never buy this product again. A wasted $125.00.


Expectations too high?

I purchased my initial 14 pc set about 2 months ago so I have had some time to evaluate the product. I switched from Farberware's higher end series due to the enamel wearing off after about 5 years (worked fine but was unsightly). I read MANY good reviews about the RR Hard Enamel, and frankly, liked the orange color so I decided to try a set and if I liked them I would purchase two more. As you can see by the rating I give this product, I do not. It seems like hardy cookware so I can assume it will have decent longevity however it does have shortcomings. The 'stay cool' handles do not. I am a man that has worked construction for many years and have fairly tough hands, after boiling a pot of noodles they are HOT, not such a good thing. The non-stick test for me is always eggs. If its a good non-stick you can drop a few eggs in and they will slide around and can be flipped easily without a spatula. Eggs stick every time in the two skillets I have tried, very disappointing. The accessories are moderate at best and lean toward the flimsy side. The cookie/baking sheet has worked out perfectly however! I guess I should have expected as much for a $100 set but I was optimistic. I think one of the T-Fal $59 sets would perform as well, if not better than this set. Well, that's my 2 cents, best of luck!