This one's stainless steel, thick-aluminum-core construction is favored by professional chefs for its durability and performance. The workhorse of any chef's kitchen, this skillet's sloping sides and a hard-anodized non-stick surface is made for cooking everything from omelets to sautés and so much more. The silicone-stainless combo handle is comfortable and strong.
Not every company can boast of having several of its products housed at the Smithsonian Institute, but KitchenAid can. Since introducing the first electrical “food preparer” for the home in 1919, the company has expanded its offering to include cookware and tea kettles as well as kitchen appliances, investing them all with top-quality craftsmanship, proven functionality, and effortless style.