Ideal for cooking large volumes of soups, stews, or stocks. The high sides and large size allows you to keep ingredients submerged during long simmers to maximize the extraction of flavor.
Hammer Stahl is proud to have a legacy of producing cookware in the United States since 1874. Learn more about our story.
Hammer Stahl’s 7-ply construction includes a layer of ferritic steel that makes the cookware induction-ready. Other 3 or 5 ply designs that are induction-ready will instead use a magnetic type of stainless steel for the cookware’s outermost layer. This 400 series stainless steel compromises the integrity of the cookware’s outermost layer, as this magnetic type of stainless steel is more corrosive than 300 series stainless steel. This means that your cookware will be susceptible to corrosion and tarnishing over time.
The 7 layers of metal in Hammer Stahl cookware's construction are used throughout, not just on the base. This means that the aluminum core distributes heat evenly throughout the base and sides, creating a cooking vessel that is less prone to burning and heats more efficiently.
Hammer Stahl’s innovative handle design combines the oven safety and durability of metal with the ergonomics and heat resistance of plastic. The handle is a combination of multiple machined parts, creating a hollow handle that will stay much cooler than a solid metal handle. It is also designed to fit your hand, making cooking easier and more comfortable.