Review and Giveaway: ProWare Tri-ply Cookware

Have you ever watched an episode of Masterchef or some other foodie programme and had copper pan envy? I have. I have also often wondered why it is that chefs in professional kitchens use copper pans and why copper pans are not so popular in the domestic kitchen. The main reason, I’m sure, is the prohibitive cost. The French have been producing copper pans for generations, but they can be expensive and heavy. So, I was delighted this week to welcome into my kitchen a set of new ProWare tri-ply cookware – copper pans – lighter, reasonably priced, with a copper exterior, an aluminium core middle layer and a layer of stainless steel coating on the inside. Cooking during the festive season, with these on the stove, will be an absolute pleasure.  

ProWare Copper Pans

Professional chefs use copper pans because copper is known to be an excellent conductor of heat and it cools down very rapidly. So, for example, once a piece of meat, poultry or fish are perfectly cooked, taking the pan off the heat will stop the cooking process. But copper is also known to have certain reactive qualities, for example acidic foods do not get along well with copper and so the easy to clean, stainless steel interior of these pans is a wonderful idea. Better still, in the ProWare range, the 14cm Milk Pan, 24cm and 28cm Fry Pans also have non-stick coating.

ProWare Copper Pans

You can use the ProWare copper pans on all heat sources, except for induction hobs. They are oven-safe to 150°C, so you can do that cheffy thing of searing your meat or poultry in the pan before placing it in the oven to finish off gently or keep warm. As with all copper cookware, these pans will naturally change colour (called tarnishing) over time and if you overheat them they may discolour, but in most cases, you can bring the copper back by using a copper cleaner. The cleaner that has been recommended by two different sources is Brasso, but you can also get good results with vinegar and salt. Unless your copper pans become extremely tarnished, they will continue to look as beautiful and iconic in your kitchen as they do in all respectable kitchens. Here’s how copper can change when heated –

proware copper tri-ply

Image credit: ProWare Kitchen

The range I am testing includes a 24cm tri-ply frying pan (with non-stick coating), a 20cm tri-ply saucepan with lid, a 16cm tri-ply saucepan with lid and  the most adorable of the bunch – a mini copper tri-ply pan – my new favourite thing in the kitchen. 

Mini Copper Pan

ProWare Kitchen are a new company launched in 2012, although they have drawn upon their experience in the kitchenware industry to develop this new range.  You can connect with them on Twitter (@proware_kitchen) or on Facebook where they run competitions, too.  

I’m going to continue to road-test my pans and I’m sure you’ll spot them featuring in many of my posts, as I’m a huge new fan!

Tri-Ply Copper Pans

How to enter the ProWare Kitchen and Fabulicious Food! giveaway:

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Where to buy them

If you are still Christmas present shopping, I know that the foodie in your life would love any one of these. They are exclusively available at Lakeland and at the moment, are on a special 3 for 2 offer. The range at Lakeland starts at £19.00 (for the 9cm mini pan) and goes up to £89.00 for the 20cm saucepan with lid.

Disclosure: I was sent 4 copper pans to test and review and ProWare Kitchen are offering one of my readers a mini Tri-ply pan. I was not required to use any text or specific information in my post and was under no obligation to write a positive review. I contacted the company myself. With many thanks for my set.


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  2. ali mckenzie says:

    I wont be cooking with it, I pass all the cooking to my partner who is a brilliant cook, he will love this shiny pan

  3. Barbara Edwards says:

    Spicy tomato and lentil soup yum

  4. Alison Green says:

    They are lovely looking pans-lovely for a tasty winter soup mmmm

  5. all sorts! but first would make lamb curry for my husband

  6. Lisa Charker says:

    I would cook all sorts in these…my famous peppercorn sauce….or a beef stew. I would definitely get a lot of use out of this anyway xxx

  7. Shelley Jessup says:

    A nice tasty Irish stew, something to warm me up as its rather cold up North!

  8. I’d cook some homemade ravioli – plenty of room for it to boil.

  9. Angie Hoggett says:

    some oozing caramel!

  10. jackierushton103@hotmail.com says:

    I would cook a perennial favourite – Spaghetti bolognese

  11. Fingers crossed great prize

  12. chirag Patel says:

    Vegetable curry

  13. I am forever cooking so this copper man would be took advantage of. I would make lentil soup which my family love or a lovely hot chicken curry!

  14. Francesca Harrod says:

    I’d love to be more experimental with things like sauces (bit scared of them!!) so this would be great inspiration to try new things 🙂

  15. Liz ferguson says:

    I’d make creamy tomato soup

  16. helen rosbotham says:

    I think its perfect size for melting chocolate and making delicate sauces

  17. Katrina Leaver says:

    I would make chocolate pots, yum yum!! 🙂

  18. EMMA CELLA says:

    I’d make Ratatouille

  19. Sarah Williams says:

    I would make some choux pastry in it !!!

  20. Nickie Chapman says:

    Fudge! My pans don’t have a heavy enough base and it all goes a bit wrong right now.

  21. Sheri Darby says:

    I’d just have to make some chicken soup

  22. Kerry Kilmister says:

    I would make a gorgeous sauce for my homemade cheese and olive filled pasta.

  23. I would make choux pastry for profiteroles!

  24. Michele Hemmings says:

    I would make a lovely redcurrant Jus 🙂

  25. A quick apple and mint sauce

  26. Anthea Holloway says:

    I would cook a bechamel sauce for a tasty fish pie for my family!

  27. Nice pot of chilli – nom!! x

  28. I think they would be just right for making gravy in, to go with a nice roast dinner.

  29. Oh homemade custard with orange zest in it – which I would then pour over bananas, top with whipped cream and flaked almonds….Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  30. rosemary sheehan says:

    I would cook a vegetable curry

  31. I’d cook my famous Sausage and Bean Casserole…..a family favourite!! And what a treat for the food to be cooked in such a luxurious pan!

  32. Caley Law says:

    A Chicken Rogan Josh! Perfectly fitting for new kitchenware.

  33. Ideal size for cooking a portion of veg like mange tout

  34. Helen Garner says:

    Some lovely home made soup

  35. Romana Richards says:

    It would have to be something French – maybe a raspberry jus or a quick mushroon bordelaise.

  36. Julie Picton says:

    I would cook pea and ham soup.

  37. denise cross says:

    chicken and parship stew

  38. hannah rachel welsh says:

    Cawl for me – it’s a Welsh soup basically and it’s gorgeous!!!

  39. Sue Buckman says:

    I would make some soup

  40. Delicious spicy puttanesca sauce!!

  41. susan walsh says:

    the creme d, la creme in Cooking Pans.Chic,versatile,long life,absolutely the Pans of great Chefs.
    They would grace any kitchen,(hopefully mine)
    I,d have to use first to make some Sauces:)

  42. Vanessa Miller says:

    I would cook a Lamb curry

  43. Lyndsey Beckford says:

    I would make a big pot of yummy chilli 🙂

  44. Kirsty Sparks says:

    I would cook Spaghetti Bolognaise 🙂

  45. Laura jones says:

    I would make spun sugar and turn them into baskets , perfect

  46. jennie jackson says:

    I would make a curry

  47. Steve Lee says:

    Great prize, I’d use it for lots of things!

  48. Mary Baldwin says:

    I’d make a lovely lemony sauce to go with some fresh fish that I’m going to grill later.

  49. ojsaunders says:

    I would make a creme anglaisse to go in a fruit tart.

  50. Nicola Seary says:

    I’d use it for everything from Pasta to gravy to vegetables to soup

  51. Kevin Dooley says:

    A Chicken casserole

  52. Valerie B says:

    I’d cook a white sauce and use it to make macaroni cheese, perfect comfort food for this weather!

  53. Michelle Kinsey says:

    A fab healthy fresh vegetable and bacon soup I think, fab for this awful wintery weather x

  54. Helen Aiken says:

    Oh, not sure really. Perhaps a white sauce.

  55. Pauline Appleton says:

    I would make a delicious pork stew with parsnips

  56. Lovely home made soup. x

  57. angela sandhu says:

    a chicken curry

  58. Georgia Mcallister says:

    I’d make a lovely Beef Stew.

  59. Andrea Balderstone says:

    I would make a cheese sauce for macaroni cheese

  60. Carmel Cheshire says:

    I would cook a lovely spaghetti bolognaise!

  61. i would stew some berries for a crumble,also cook some home made ravioli obviously not in the same pan! they are lovely looking pans,

  62. Hannah Whitling says:

    I can see it being very useful to cook all manor of sauces in.

  63. claire little says:

    would love cooking anything with these would be a pleasure

  64. katie skeoch says:

    A lovely poached egg yummy 🙂

  65. Samantha Atherton says:

    A nice chunky vegtable soup.

  66. Deborah P says:

    A Hollandaise sauce, to go with some salmon

  67. Gemma Clark says:

    Carrot and corriander soup 🙂

  68. Annamarie Riddiford says:

    steak for hubby

  69. Ruth Tesdale says:

    I would make perfect custard

  70. Lani Nash says:

    A hearty winter stew!

  71. Rosemary Easton says:

    Parsley Sauce

  72. I’d make the Rum Sauce that goes with my mum’s homemade Christmas Pudding; I usually invite my mum for Christmas lunch but in 2013 she is going to my sister’s for Christmas so I’ll have to make my own; this pan will come into it’s own I’m sure and ensure my rum sauce is as good as my mum’s (but don’t tell her will you).

  73. Wendy Tolhurst says:

    A nice warming parsnip soup.

  74. Becci Cleary says:

    Stewing Steak, Plenty of Potatoes, Peas, Dumplings and Oxo’s – my version of Scouse 🙂

  75. Sheila Reeves says:

    I’d make a cheese sauce

  76. adele knight says:

    I would make a lovely winter casserole with leftovers from Christmas, which I have frozen 🙂

  77. Paul Witney says:

    A nice vegetable soup

  78. leanne bell says:

    I would use it to make a variety of pasta sauces, as I have just treated myself to a pasta making machine x

  79. Andrew Halliwell says:

    probably porridge or rice. (really sophisticated me) 🙂

  80. Sally Poole says:

    Thai Green Curry

  81. Gary Martindale says:

    A nice chicken curry

  82. Kim Howard says:

    Actually I’m pretty rubbish at cooking, I’m not really sure what I’d try! But, if I win, I vow to buy a cookery book and finally learn some decent recipes ^_^

  83. Jayne Bojang says:

    Thai chicken curry

  84. Jennie Stallard says:

    a lovely stew 🙂

  85. Lisa Jackson says:

    I would ‘donate’ these to my boyfriend so he could make me one of his amazing beef casseroles

  86. Janine Atkin says:

    id cook a cheesy pasta dish

  87. Joanna Sawka says:

    a broccoli soup

  88. Natalie White says:

    I’d cook up some really nice chicken stew – a firm favourite in this family in the winter!

  89. Lorraine Foster says:

    A lovely comforting sausage casserole

  90. Lesley Bain says:

    I would use it to warm the milk for my customary winter evening hot cocoa 🙂

  91. Christine Sunter says:

    I’d cook everything in these pans!

  92. yvonne clark says:

    A nice home made pea and ham soup

  93. Richard R says:

    Use them to cook the vegetables for the Sunday lunch

  94. Annette Milligan says:

    A hearty home made soup with some freshly baked bread

  95. Belinda Matthews says:

    Georgeous pots
    I’d make Ratatouille!

  96. I would have a go at different savoury stocks and sauces and experiment with fruity sauces, jellies etc – I’d like to add more dairy-free recipes to my menu too. Whenever I go off daydreaming about the big old farmhouse in the country I would want to buy with a lottery win, a proper farmhouse kitchen with an Aga wood-burning stove and copper pans hanging up always feature. The copper adds warmth often lacking in more modern kitchens, though I’m sure these classically timeless pans would look great even in state-of-the-art kitchens. I can imagine this little pan will get a lot of use wherever it’s new home is – fingers crossed for a little New Year luck here.

  97. sallyanne rose says:

    I would cook a nice mushroom curry.

  98. rachael jones mann says:

    a lovely mushroom sauce x

  99. William Gould says:

    A good test for a new pan is always – scrabled eggs!

  100. Rebecca M says:

    I’d make a warming winter beef stew

  101. I would cook fish,rice and loads of veggie

  102. Angela Glynn says:

    corn chowder, mmmmmm

  103. phillippa lee says:

    I would cook a lovely french Beef Bourguignon xx

  104. Michelle Rayner says:

    Lots of lovely sauces

  105. Karen Smith says:

    A lovely Beef Casserole 🙂

  106. JULIE BANKS says:

    Homemade soup possibly pea and ham or carrot, corriander and lentil.

  107. Victoria Riley says:

    Cheese sauce to put on steamed cauliflower. I like to put mustard and a touch of nutmeg in my cheese sauce.

  108. Francis Lee says:

    a beef stew and dumplings

  109. Lila B taylor says:

    I’ve been cooking lots of hearty stews and soups this winter, so would use this pan to help with my wholesome cooking!

  110. Danielle Woodman says:

    I would cook a lovely spicy satay sauce, just the thing to warm me up in this cold weather.

  111. Julie Guy says:

    I’d cook a lovely chicken casserole with herb dumplings, my husbands favourite.

  112. Rachel Ross says:

    A prawn risotto I think…yum!

  113. cecelia allen says:

    I would make vegetable curry, stewed apple, lots of onion gravy in fact anything that I can cook or part cook in a saucepan.


    i would cook lots of nice healthy meals to kick start the diet after all the rubbish we have eaten over christmas

  115. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    I would cook a sausage casserole 🙂

  116. Deborah Bird says:

    I would cook a nice curry! mmm i could just eat it now!

  117. kellyjo walters says:

    I’d do some home made jam, blackberry and apple, pear and fig, all fruit from my garden 🙂

  118. Joanne Crosby says:

    I would make a rich peppercorn sauce to pour over a tender, medium rare steak.

  119. i would cook some salmon

  120. Ruth Grover says:

    I would love these…I envy those who can n make sauces. Mine are just lumpy and/or tasteless !! With these I would sauce like a pro!

  121. Sarah Fawcett says:

    A beautiful mature cheddar cheese sauce to top of some cauliflower mmmmmmm <3

  122. A lovely curry. My son would really enjoy it as hes just started on “big people” food.

  123. I’d make carrot and coriander soup to kickstart my new year diet.

  124. Sue Bowden says:

    It would have to be a lovely beef so warming on these cold winter day.

  125. Donna Towner says:

    A lovely stew nice warm and hearty for the winter

  126. Emma Freeman says:

    A yummy braised beef steak stew!

  127. Salmon fillets with hollandaise sauce

  128. Heather Shaw says:

    I would stew up some rhubarb and make a crumble with real custard!

  129. Gorgeous pans. I would make carrot and orange soup as I seem to have loads of carrots at the moment

  130. I would keep it simple and poach and egg.

  131. Katherine Coldicott says:

    I’d probably cook fish with a sauce.

  132. Michelle Williams says:

    Turkey soup 🙂

  133. i’d cook a nice curry with plenty of fresh spinach

  134. I would cook some delicious beef stew.

  135. Rachel Sanders says:

    I’d try making sauces properly rather than using packet mixes.

  136. sairz eastham says:

    A lovely sticky sauce for my pork steaks 😀

  137. I’d make a lovely warming batch of chilli!

  138. Kelly Koya says:

    Those are gorgeous! I’d make a spicy curry.

  139. I would try out a sauce to go with salmon

  140. melanie stirling says:

    I would make a pasta dish 🙂

  141. John Mousley says:

    Butter chicken curry

  142. DAWN TOTTON says:

    A healthy homemade soup.

  143. Jane Middleton says:

    lots of healthy veg

  144. Matt Hudson says:

    beef and ale casserole

  145. I would make a lovely winter beef stew 🙂

  146. Ermmm, as I can’t cook, what a way to “learn” using these great pans. But what would I want to learn first… hmm, it may be a bit too advanced for me, but I’d love to try cooking a curry 🙂

  147. Jan Wroblewski says:

    Great looking and usability fantastic.

  148. Gavin brown says:

    Chicken in white wine sauce

  149. Gavin brown says:

    Wife will still manage to burn the dinner with these i bet.

  150. Melissa Peakman says:

    I have serious pan envy! I’d cook everything in them – in fact to prove myself worthy, I’d probably have to book myself into Swinton Park and Rosemary Shrager’s cookery school to perfect the art of Sauce Bernaise

  151. Maggie Coates says:

    With this weather, a nice beef stew and dumplings would be good.

  152. Stephanie Tsang says:

    Chicken chasseur

  153. Peter Hewitt says:

    I think it would be good for gravies and sauces

  154. Gerald Ludlow says:

    probably beef curry

  155. rebecca leon says:

    hot chocolate sauce for ice-cream

  156. Rachael Lines says:

    A really good breakfast omelette, no better way to try a new pan but first thing in the morning.

  157. Sarah Morris says:

    A nice red wine sauce to go on top of a juicy steak *licks lips in anticipation*

  158. Ashli Robertson says:

    I’d make home made sweet and sour sauce! as I have to dissolve brown sugar it always sticks and burns to my horrible cheapy pans.. i bet these pans don’t do that! haha 🙂 x

  159. Natasha Corder says:

    They look like good saucepans I think i’d try to make some custard in it.

  160. Sarah.toms says:

    Beef stew would be lovely in those fab pans.

  161. lucinda duxbury says:

    i would cook spaghetti bolognese

  162. Rainie Bish says:

    A curry would be first

  163. I’d make a lovely chutney

  164. some delicious Moroccan harira soup I think

  165. I would break in the lovely new pan with some yummy homemade hamburgers!

  166. Semolina…yum comfort food!

  167. bacon and mushroom risotto 🙂

  168. Lucy robinson says:

    Some nice soup. Broccoli and Stilton. X

  169. Jill Webb says:

    A nice soup plenty of veg and a bit off chorzo

  170. Katherine Adams says:

    I would cook a tasty home made chicken curry

  171. Sarah-Jane Laycock says:

    A green pepper sauce for my steak au poivre

  172. Alice Hindley says:

    Beef Stew and Herbal dumplings

  173. jennifer thorpe says:

    I’d make a rich, warming soup

  174. Lisa Pope says:

    I’d make a vanilla custard, ready to be made into ice- cream

  175. Emma Hicks says:

    Nigella’s salted caramel sauce

  176. Caroline H says:

    I’d make a lovely “proper” vanilla custard for winter puddings.

  177. Melanie Edjourian says:

    I would make a lovely carbonara sauce 😉

  178. barbara shaw says:

    I’d make my lovely bolognese

  179. Paul Wilson says:

    I’d use it to warm the cream for some truffles.

  180. Blake Ahearne says:

    scrambled egg on toast

  181. Nikki Stewart says:

    I’d make a lovely pot of bolognese

  182. Caroline French says:

    Perfect for making my home made chilli!

  183. Barrie Phillips says:

    I would make a chicken phal curry.

  184. Beautiful Lentil Soup

  185. Tony Briers says:

    It would have to be my speciality…Beans on toast

  186. I’d make a tomato and pepper sauce and fry off a steak to go with it!

  187. Scrambled egg with black truffle

  188. Lin Young says:

    I would photograph first then cook my favourite – beef and spinach curry

  189. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse says:

    My boyfriend would make a tuna curry.

  190. Elizabeth says:

    I want to learn hoe to make red onion relish, this pan looks like a superb start to the process

  191. zjkellett says:

    I would cook Mexican chilli chicken

  192. Now those are pans that I could enjoy cooking with

  193. Would make seafood soup 🙂

  194. I’d use them to make breakfast, lunch and tea. 🙂

  195. Saran Benjamin says:

    Seeing as the weather is miserable I would make a nice stew and dumplings

  196. Jodie Cook says:

    Anything I can, it’s the only time i’ll actually cook! lol

  197. Custard for ice cream

  198. shirley giles says:

    Great functional pans that i would certainly use every day and look great in the kitchen when not in use! I would cook a lovely beef goulash, so warm and comforting in the winter with lots of rice, Happy New Year to all x

  199. Alana Walker says:

    A yummy custard to go with my jam roly poly which I made today.x

  200. I would cook lots of veg and use all the pans and have a lovely roast dinner

  201. Suzanne Cooke says:

    wow these are amazing, I would make chicken soup in mine.

  202. jaimie baughan says:

    i would learn to cook 🙂

  203. A lovely beef stew and dumplings – can’t beat it!

  204. A yummy sauce to accompany a succulent salmon fillet!

  205. Nothing for a while. I would just stand and admire them!

  206. EMMA WALTERS says:

    vegatable soup 🙂

  207. Janice Davison says:

    A hearty winter stew

  208. Alice Matthews says:

    I would make Cullen Skink

  209. Primrose Mbangatha says:

    Beef stew

  210. Clare Wood says:

    butternut squash soup

  211. Adele Hill says:

    I would cook a warming beef stew, fantastic on these cold winter nights.

  212. melanie gregory says:

    some rice pudding

  213. Phil Darling says:

    I’d make a Broccoli and Stilton soup – hmmmm

  214. Janine Bailey says:

    a nice cheese sauce x

  215. R Sollick says:

    A fish sauce, recently found my family love homemade fish pie so would start it all off in this pan.

  216. Tracey Peach says:

    A lovely filling, warming stew

  217. Tracy K Nixon says:

    I would cook a warming winter broth made !!!

  218. TIm Marchant-jones says:

    beautiful pans

  219. Spaghetti Carbonara.

  220. claire fawkner says:

    Yummy Spag Bol

  221. I would make some pancakes in the frying pan

  222. Beverley Marsh says:

    I would make my favourite Chicken, Chickpea and Chorizo stew.

  223. Richard Nathan says:

    I would make my lady a wonderful meal as she worked so hard over Christmas feeding all the family. Mind you, be a shame to spoil these lovely pans. I may just look at them and send out for chinese….

  224. Avvie Cunnington says:

    I would make some Chilli Con Carne!

  225. Harpal Kaur says:

    I would make pasta

  226. Emily Fowler says:

    Home-made apple sauce to go with roast pork

  227. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Creamy mashed potato

  228. Colin Gault says:

    Big pot of Irish stew

  229. Rob Clayton says:

    Seafood in white wine sauce to serve with some fresh pasta

  230. shelagh milne says:

    Absolutely everything

  231. Julie Brooke says:

    I would use them to cook a creamy mushroom risotto

  232. kristy brown says:

    I would make a lovely creamy carbonarra sauce

  233. julie baxter says:

    i would make a yummy irish stew 🙂 xx


    Oooh a lovely winter soup – just what I need in this weather! xoxo

  235. valerie mccarthy says:

    a new recipe :0)

  236. Sherrill Plumridge says:

    Plums from my tree for crumble

  237. steve cooper says:

    I would cook soup

  238. Lemknip Pink says:

    Cook in it? That would have to wait until I’d finished admiring it 🙂 Then I’d probably make a Thai curry sauce in it, because it’s my favourite thing to cook

  239. Gaynor Johnson says:

    They’re beautiful! I’d use some of my homegrown artichokes and make a creamy Jerusalem Artichoke soup – yummy

  240. Matthew Colburn says:

    i would make my homemade chicken pathia 🙂

  241. ROS Thompson says:

    A warming leek and potato soup

  242. Phyllis Ellett says:

    A nice rich cheese and mustard sauce to go on a lovely fresh cooked pasta dish.

  243. Cherryl Thomas says:

    Everything! Mmmm, I think I would start with a delicious home made pasta sauce.

  244. Christine Caple says:

    A nice chicken curry

  245. Definately a beef stew with dumplings bubbling on top as i havent a pot big enough at the moment 🙂

  246. Carolynn Woodland says:

    I would start with a beef stew

  247. michele omalley says:

    A carrot and corriander soup

  248. Kerry Jones says:

    I use small pans a lot because often cooking just for myself so this pan would be ideal for a portion of sprouts or some french glazed carrots.

  249. Copper pans – I would cook some brandy snap basket desserts

  250. Kirsty Fox says:

    I would make some soup to keep me warm on a cold winters day

  251. Angela Turton says:

    I’d cook a good old spag bol!x

  252. Brian Cheney says:

    Beef Casserole.

  253. Paul Ellams says:

    A nice curry, Not sure what type but with lot’s of fresh vegetables.

  254. I once did a test; I made risotto with a copper pan and with a good stainless steel pan. The one made with the copper pan was noticeably creamier and better in texture.
    I only have one copper pan, but hope to afford a whole set one day.
    Ren: I would also like some advice on how to use this spooky sour grey mixture in a bottle that I bought in a Polish shop. I’ve heard you can put it in soup.

  255. Laura Pritchard says:

    I’d cook a chunky vegetable soup!

  256. Heather T says:

    I like the idea that you can pop them in the oven, so I would probably cook a fritata

  257. Kath Amis says:

    My mum’s special lentil soup

  258. Spaghetti Bolognaise

  259. Lorraine Devlin says:

    I would make vegetable soup thanks

  260. Judith eddington says:

    i’d boil a couple of eggs

  261. Fran Light says:

    I’d make my favourite homemade soup – sweet potato, red pepper and chilli.
    It’s comfort food, but not stodgy bad-for-you comfort food, healthy good-for-you comfort food!

  262. Fiona Matters says:

    A gorgeous vegetable soup.

  263. amelia avossa says:

    3 cheese omelete 🙂 the family fave!

  264. Potato and leek soup

  265. Tracey Belcher says:

    Would cook a thai curry I think ….

  266. Oh anything and everything – these will look fab in my new kitchen.

  267. carrot and coriander soup

  268. A lovely traditional beef stew and dumplimgs!

  269. Isabel O'Brien says:

    Home made soup!

  270. Sue McCarthy says:

    Baked Beans – I know, I’m so daring …….

  271. Helen Moulden says:

    A lovely rich meaty stew!

  272. Ali Thorpe says:

    Tomato and lentil soup. It’s thick, warming and perfect for this time of year and I’m sure the pan would do it justice!

  273. Diane Carey says:

    I would have a go at making a sauce that I have never made before

  274. KAREN WALDER says:

    A lovely chicken curry!!

  275. Diana Cotter says:

    A lovely rich chicken stew with dumplings

  276. tamalyn roberts says:

    a home made soup

  277. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    Definitely a cheese sauce. Good luck to everyone x

  278. maybe a little individual fritatta for when I have to make dinner for just me – it would be the perfect size!

  279. I’d do a nice cheese sauce.

  280. Hazel Rea says:

    Custard or gravy would be my first two

  281. george Spedding says:

    Chicken soup

  282. First thing I would make would be a vegetarian chilli con carne.

  283. nikki hilton says:

    it would be to warm up some organic milk to go with my fresh brewed espresso 🙂

  284. Scrambled egg mmmmmmmmmmmm

  285. I would cook soups, casseroles and just about everything!!

  286. Maisie Young says:

    I would cook lot’s of Brocolli, one of the superfoods I actually like! xxx

  287. What a delight to see a lighter weight copper pan set , i have always fancied owning a set but are normaly so heavy for me to use.
    i would cook almost anything daily in them and hubbby can buff them after use 🙂

  288. Colin Wright says:

    any Indian curry

  289. Emma Craven says:

    A lovely warming boeuf bourguignon

  290. hannah oneill says:

    Sausage cassorole

    1. olivia kirby says:

      not a cassoulet in a small pan! A pepper sauce maybe.

  291. Joanna orr says:

    bechamel sauce with truffle oil in

  292. Pauline Simpson says:

    A big pan of corned beef hash I love it

  293. I would cook a tasty tikka dish, all from scratch i think!

  294. Jan Wroblewski says:

    Handy, and so very practical.

  295. Rebecca C Austerberry says:

    a cheese or parsley sauce to go with some yummy fish and fresh vegetables

  296. bubble and sqeak or leftover soup. yummy.

  297. Judith Allen says:

    Cider and cream sauce to go with pork.

  298. rebeca nisbet says:

    hmmmm, not sure yet, maybe if i won them it would give me some inspiration! Merry Christmas

  299. Just the thing for the wife.

  300. elaine stokes says:

    a white sauce to top my home made lasagne

  301. julie kenny says:

    I would make some Chicken soup – thanks for the chance to win such a lovely prize and Merry Christmas x

  302. Lucy Marczak says:

    I would cook a mushroom sauce

  303. Paul John Bishop says:

    Lamb paprika casserole with dumplings,

  304. Susan Seaman says:

    having just decorated my kitchen these would look fab in there x.

  305. laura banks says:

    i’d make some sauces

  306. Another reason why the professional chefs use copper pans is that they have skivvies (sorry, “Plongeurs”) to wash and polish them!
    All the best for Christmas, Ren. Looking forward to seeing what you write about Polish festive food.

    1. Thank you Mark! Best wishes to you and your family, too 🙂

  307. Maya Russell says:

    I’d use it to make gravy.

  308. Liz Thomas says:

    Copper pan envy I’m green with jealousy! This ProWare Tri-ply Cookware is just beautiful!

    I’d cook something mini-eggy — perhaps some tomatoes and red peppers with lots of parsley and then drop an egg on top to finish!

    1. Liz Thomas says:

      trying again as I don’t think this worked last time.

  309. They do look beautiful Ren. I have a copper frying fan and it is definitely on the tarnished side!

  310. I feel that it should be some kind of buttery french sauce, or maybe a custard

  311. Angela McDonald says:

    I’d cook yummy sausage casserole!

  312. stephanie Llewellyn says:

    a nice fish stew

  313. a beef stew warm me up in this cold weather

  314. julie rogers says:

    I would cook fish,rice and loads of veggie

  315. karen scammell says:

    Georgeous poys!
    I’d make Ratatouille!

  316. I think some classic French sauces, Bearnaise, Sauce Supreme. But actually, probably EVERYTHING!

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