Fry Pans & Skillets - Designed for high-heat cooking - frying, browning and sauteing - this pan features shallow, flared sides that make it easy to turn or flip foods. The well-equipped kitchen has two or three fry pans of varying sizes to properly cook different foods in different quantities. 8: This size is great for one or two servings. 10: This size is ideal for cooking up to three burgers or an omelet for two. 12: This size is perfect for four to six servings of sauteed eggplant, zucchini or spinach to pan-fried potatoes or meats. 14: The extra-large bottom surface of the 14 pan is great for pan-frying and searing good cuts of beef, such as for steak au poivre, or to make a large batch of potato latkes. MC2 blends the best of the legendary Master Chef original cookware with a redesigned contemporary look for a roomy sauce pan that warms, simmers and boils to superb perfection. The brushed aluminum exterior with pure aluminum core ensures quick and even heating. T - Care and Use Before using for the first time, wash in hot, soapy water with a sponge or dishcloth. Rinse in hot water and dry thoroughly. Placing pots on low heat for one or two minutes before adding foods. Preheat pot or pan for one to two minutes over low or medium heat. To avoid the formation of small white dots or pits, bring liquids to a boil before adding salt, then stir well. Or, add salt after food has started to cook. Pitting does not interfere with cooking performance but can diminish the beauty of the stainless steel. To prevent water spotting, after washing, rinse in hot water and dry immediately. Overheating can cause brown or blue stains to appear. Food films, if not removed, will cause discoloration on the pot when it is reheated. Large amounts of iron content in your water may cause your pot to look rusty. To remove tarnish and darkening, use a commercial aluminum cleaner. Rub in a circular motion. Rinse in lukewarm water.