New Rachael Ray Cookware

Darn it! Why couldn't I have waited two years to get married! I could have gotten Rachael Ray cookware! You may have noticed Rachael cooking with these on her new talk show and she has given a couple sets away to guests, too.

While Amazon only has some of the cookware line, Linens N' Things seems to have all of it, including hard anodized, cast iron and enamel cookware in orange and blue. There are a ton of options. We're talking pots and pans, fondue sets, a grill pan, and a commercial skillet. There's even one called "Skillet w/Cast Iron Sammy Press." That one cracks me up. I might have to buy it just because it has a "sammy press." There are so many new products that I can't even list them all. I am going to have to make some serious room in my kitchen for all this stuff.

According to one press release, "the hard-anodized nonstick collection features Ray's specially designed oval-shaped pans, including a stockpot, a saute pan, and a griddle. She came up with this shape so that a stove can accommodate multiple large pans." The press release also offers some details on the construction of the pots and pans:

The line features a restaurant-tested nonstick surface and has flared rims for strength and drip-free pouring. Lids are see-through glass and handles feature combination stainless steel and silicone grips in a choice of orange and charcoal grey. Ray's cast iron cookware has a porcelain exterior to prevent rusting and reaction with foods. There is also a line of tools and gadgets, including spatulas, spoons, turners, measuring cups, a timer, corkscrew, and an oversized coaster-trivet.

When discussing the cookware line, Rachael said: "It has to be fun, fashionable, and help cooks succeed in their homes," she said. "At the same time, it has to be of the highest quality, while also providing a good value." The manufacturer is the same one that did Rachael's Anolon Advanced line.

Feel free to check the cookware line out in the Everything Rachael Ray store!

18 comments:

  1. I hate cast iron pots or pans. They are very heavy and they rust. Many years ago my mother had one and it felt like it weighed a ton.

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  2. Hi Anony - I should have been more specific - the cast iron pans have an enamel coating, so they won't rust. And the whole point is that they are heavy. That helps them evenly distribute and hold the heat.

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  3. Okay I want them!! That's it: i'm telling my bf we need to get married ASAP just so I can put these on my registry ;)

    That's awesome that Linens N Things has them.. they often have 20% of coupons here... hmm... :) :) :)

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  4. I love my Calphalon Tri-Ply, but could I have resisted the Rachael Ray cookware when I registered? I think not. Although, I probably would have gone with the charcoal gray handles instead of the orange. They would even match my countertops. Sigh.

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  5. Ahhhh!! I want those, and her knife set! Nice!!!

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  6. Jennifer, I know, I know. It's terrible that she has all this stuff! Is she trying to bankrupt us?!

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  7. Well, I didn't dmp my husband to get the Rachel Ray pots, pans and knife set...I just purchased a new house and treated myself to a housewarming gift! So well worth it!

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  8. I've read that the enamel coated pans shouldn't be used on glass stove tops. Does anyone know anything about that? The blue enamel pan set is really pretty, but since I have a glass stove top, I'm reluctant to purchase them.

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  9. I'd recommend contacting her shopping website at this number and ask them: 1-866-216-0324.

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  10. I just bought the stainless steel set, does anyone have them? are they good? I cant use them right now because my house is under construction. I got a great deal because TJ Maxx had it by pieces it all came out for less than $100, everyone else is selling for $200.

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  11. Stephany - I got married a few years before Rachael's cookware came out, so I don't own any of it except her oval pan. However, I've heard good reviews on it.

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  12. Chef says:

    I was looking for information on who the manufacturer of her cookware is? I accidentally found it online some months back the price was lower than any other outlet

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  13. My husband bought the Hard Anodized cookware set last year for me for mother's day. I use the large skillet for everything. The problem is that it is no longer flat on the bottom. Any suggestions from the crowd.

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  14. I have a really great Rachael Ray site. It has all kinds of information plus news and reviews.

    Its located at:

    Ray Cookware, Rachael Ray News, Rachael Ray Reviews

    It also has lots of Emeril information as well.
    Please check it out and let me know what you think.

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  15. I'm wondering before I buy it how good is her non stick cookware in orange.

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  16. I have the oval orange nonstick pan and I love it!

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  17. I have the hard anodized pots and pans from the Rachael Ray collection and the finish is coming off. This there anything I can do about this they are only 3 years old. Please help.

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