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Marco Pierre White, Green Pan and Russell Hobbs 5 Piece White cookware set (White) £49.97 (was £130.50)
Marco Pierre White, Green Pan and Russell Hobbs 5 Piece White cookware set (White) £49.97 (was £130.50)

Marco Pierre White, Green Pan and Russell Hobbs 5 Piece White cookware set (White) £49.97 (was £130.50)

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* Designed by Hell's Kitchen star Marco Pierre White
* 14 cm milk pan in white with cast handle
* 16 cm pan in white with metal lid and cast handle
* 18 cm pan in white with metal lid and cast handle
* 20 cm pan with lid and cast handles
* 24 cm frying pan with cast handle
* Non PTFE non-stick
* Easy clean non-stick
* Life time guarantee
* A special pigmented paint is used to prevent discolouring after use
* Oven safe
* Suitable for all hobs except induction

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I have the black anodized ones. Absolutely wonderful, highly recommended to all keen cooks. :thumbsup:

Finally some bargain pans that actually look decent. Heat added.

Missed out on the black ones but got in quick this time.
Voted Hot! Gave rep!

Yeah wish I'd been able to get the black ones - these'll tarnish in time. Still hot tho...

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onion;1678712

Finally some bargain pans that actually look decent. Heat added.



Compared to him, and old empty beans tin would look decent! One look, and he could keep the flies off jam :-(

OK, not a lot of money, so reasonable enough buy if you really want that particulalrly quirky look in your kitchen, but this sort of stuff is not for "serious cooks" Painted finish - what sort of junk is that? :-(
I would think they would be fine for light duty holiday home or caravan use as they are aluminium therefore likely to be light, but however miraculous this version of non-stick is supposed to be, it would have to be a hell of a lot better than any other for it to be of any use at all. I wouldn't have non-stick pans given, they just are not suitable for "serious cooks!" and it is not necessary anyway.

Bet his kitchen isn't using them!
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Thanxs for that, been looking for ages for a good set of pans, original price was way beyond my budget but at this price i treated myself. Thank you again (hopefully my cooking my improve :roll: )

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they are aluminium


Can you cite a link for that? There's no mention of it on Amazon or on the Russell Hobbs MPW site. What makes you think they are?

nihcaj;1679070

I wouldn't have non-stick pans given, they just are not suitable for … I wouldn't have non-stick pans given, they just are not suitable for "serious cooks!" and it is not necessary anyway.


I'm not a serious cook. ;-)

onion;1679244

Can you cite a link for that? There's no mention of it on Amazon or on … Can you cite a link for that? There's no mention of it on Amazon or on the Russell Hobbs MPW site. What makes you think they are?I'm not a serious cook. ;-)



Have a look at this link, says heavy gauge aluminium. Its no problem, just ordered a set. Thanks o.p

ukhomeideas.co.uk/ide…pan

Damn... missed the black ones and not keen on the white. They went really quick!!

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Can you cite a link for that? There's no mention of it on Amazon or on … Can you cite a link for that? There's no mention of it on Amazon or on the Russell Hobbs MPW site. What makes you think they are?I'm not a serious cook. ;-)



What else are they going to be made of? Painted non-stick pans, are they EVER made of anything else? At very best a cast aluminium alloy of some sort, as this warps less; cheaper pressed aluminium if not so good.

You never will be a very serious cook with "decorative" cookware :-(
They are aiming at the "serious cook" in their advertising blurb, yet what "serious cook" buys this sort of gear?
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yes how can a serious ook use this
check out a kitchen if you can--- mostly old and would you use that ....

Product Features
[LIST]
[*]Designed by Hell's Kitchen star Marco Pierre White
[*]14 cm milk pan in white with cast handle
[*]16 cm pan in white with metal lid and cast handle
[*]18 cm pan in white with metal lid and cast handle
[*]20 cm pan with lid and cast handles
[*]24 cm frying pan with cast handle
[*]Non PTFE non-stick
[*]Easy clean non-stick
[*][FONT=Arial Black][SIZE=5][COLOR=Red]Life time guarantee[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
[*][COLOR=Red]A special pigmented paint is used to prevent discolouring after use[/COLOR]
[*]Oven safe
[*]Suitable for all hobs except induction[/LIST]
Can't go wrong!! I guess..ordered mine

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Product Features[LIST][*]Designed by Hell's Kitchen star Marco Pierre … Product Features[LIST][*]Designed by Hell's Kitchen star Marco Pierre White[*]14 cm milk pan in white with cast handle[*]16 cm pan in white with metal lid and cast handle[*]18 cm pan in white with metal lid and cast handle[*]20 cm pan with lid and cast handles[*]24 cm frying pan with cast handle[*]Non PTFE non-stick[*]Easy clean non-stick[*][FONT=Arial Black][SIZE=5][COLOR=Red]Life time guarantee[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][*][COLOR=Red]A special pigmented paint is used to prevent discolouring after use[/COLOR][*]Oven safe[*]Suitable for all hobs except induction

[/LIST]Can't go wrong!! I guess..ordered mine

They are, according to another site, heavy duty aluminium. That said, the casserole dish in the range weighs over 4lbs so they have to be pretty substantial.

At a price not much over that I paid for my last frying pan, where the non-stick has already worn badly in under a year, they are worth a go. The reviews I have seen have all been excellent.

please note, these are not for serious cooks

theyr`e for people who want a decent set of pots and pans to cook dinner with, they might look good and be a brilliant bargain, but im afraid u will never be a serious cook

sorry, i meant a "very serious cook"

well i ordered for my new flat

they look cool and the guarentee is enough to sell them to me!!

cheers

Perhaps I'm showing my naivety about cooking here, but how is a saucepan going to make you a better cook? Surely it's all about how you select and prepare the ingredients... a good saucepan is a worthwhile investment because it won't fall apart, but it's not going to make your food taste nicer is it?

Many thanks - I've been looking for some decent saucepans for a while - these are a bargain, especially as I've some Amazon vouchers from doing surveys! Add rep and voted hot!

nice find that will keep the misses happy for a while cheers:thumbsup:

i dont see that these pans are anyting special?

have i missed something

Nothing wrong with aluminium per se. Scanpan pans are aluminium and are excellent.

robertdyas.co.uk/web…=-1


this is the biggest link i have ever seen. anyway I just wanted to point anyone who is considering this set at these Judge Vista pans at the same price. Its a stainless set and I purchased mine at around the £50 mark some 6 months ago. They are absolutely cracking and I do cook a great deal with them.

Having a deep frying pan enables you to use it for meat sauces that would otherwise spill over your typical Tefal non stick type. The lack of non-stick in a decent sey of pans like this isn't missed with me at all. Most non-stick imo is shortlived and is only really useful at all in a frying pan. So go get a cheap nonstick frying pan to go woth a set like this.

If you are still tempted by these Russell Hobbs then you will no be benefiting from the weight and heat transfer that the anodised ones would have offered you as these I think are a cast ally. They do however come with a new type of non ptfe non stick which is apparently very 'green'?! Not sure how much pots and pans manufacture has driven the decline in the Eart's atmosphere myself and Russell Hobbs' seem to be making a big thing about it rather than singing about its greater performance. Does that mean its not much cop? I don't know. What I do know is that they are retailing on the Robert Dyas website at £139 so maybe they are OK.

Lifetime guarantee? Check the small print about care of the pans before believing that. I'll bet you that the amount of care required to keep that warranty valid is not going to mean trouble free cleaning.

great find.

I noticed yesterday that the chap in Channel 4's "Willie's Wonky Chocolate Factory" was using these Marco Pierre White pans to make chocolate things for the famer's market they went to. Not that that's any sort of endorsement of them, but they looked pretty decent on the telly...

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http://www.robertdyas.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=311&storeId=91&productId=28455&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=19065&parents_parent_category_rn=10409&top_category_rn=&showSubCategory=yes&top=Y&cache_entry=-1this is the biggest link i have ever seen. anyway I just wanted to point anyone who is considering this set at these Judge Vista pans at the same price. Its a stainless set and I purchased mine at around the £50 mark some 6 months ago. They are absolutely cracking and I do cook a great deal with them.

Tempted by this Judge Vista set as looking for stainless steel, but can you tell me whether they have riveted handles?
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