David Lewis

Cuisinart Green Gourmet Review

Cuisinart is well known in the realm of cookware and kitchen appliances. The brand offers a diverse selection of high-quality, affordable kitchenware. If you’re outfitting … Read More

Lunch served in a frypan.

Greenpan Reviews

Twenty years ago, Greenpan dreamed of creating nonstick cookware without dangerous chemicals. They built the blueprint for the PTFE-free pan, and today much of the cookware world has followed them. 

I’ve reviewed dozens of ceramic nonstick cookware products over the past few years and created this article to help you understand the benefits and drawbacks of Greenpan’s top lines. 

Dessert served in a non-stick pan.

GreenLife Ceramic Cookware Review

The GreenLife 10-piece set fills a colorful gap at the “price conscious” end of the ceramic cookware market. The brand was a leader in non-stick materials innovation a decade ago, but as competitors caught up it now sits middle-of-the-road for performance. The set is exceptionally affordable, but lacking in durability. If aesthetic is important to you, we haven’t seen anything else with this level of color optionality.

Pot with porcelain enamel on a stovetop.

Paula Deen Cookware Review

The Paula Deen Signature Nonstick Cookware Set The Paula Deen Signature 15-piece nonstick cookware set includes all of the practical pieces you might need to … Read More

Copper pans hanging on a wall.

Copper Chef Reviews

Everybody loves the easy cleanup of nonstick cooking. We took a closer look to uncover how Copper Chef pans actually perform in most kitchens. What … Read More