Mauviel M250 Copper Soup Pot, 5 1/2-Qt.

Featuring heavy-gauge 2.5mm-thick copper, Mauviel MPro pans are designed to deliver the highest level of precision and performance. Mauviel's culinary legacy spans more than 175 years, making their trademark copper cookware a favorite in leading restaurants and home kitchens worldwide. This commercial-weight cookware is made in France. Heavy-gauge 2.5mm copper offers unmatched heat conductivity and temperature control. Stainless-steel interior is nonreactive and easy to clean. The high sides, large capacity and heavy-duty handles of this pot make it ideal for slow-cooking hearty soups, chili and stews. Riveted cast-iron handles.
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April 7, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:3 - 6 months
Uses product:Once a week
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Great Pot - But the Handles?
April 7, 2013
I purchased a few pieces of the professional (2 mm) copper Mauviel pots and pans. I LOVE them all - nothing compares to the way copper performs. The only thing that has me scratching my head is Mauviel's choice of cast iron handles. They heat up very quickly, and once my husband, using a high flame, got the handles so hot that the pot holders fused to the laquered surface of the handles and even the lid. I thought at first that he just had the flame too high, but I did the same thing once on the lid with a normal/low flame. My pot holder stuck, it was so hot. It wasn't some low end pot holder either. It was thick cotton one I got from WS. Mauviel only offered the stainless steel handled pots and pans on their lower copper content pots. The stainless would of course keep cooler than the cast iron. Also, I wonder if it was the laquer more so than the pot holders.
Pros: performance
Cons: cast iron handles
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McLean, VA
Posted May 25, 2013
Dishwasher, Just sayin'
This may sound heretical, but I have done it and it works. Scrub the handles with steel wool and run the pot through the dishwasher to remove everything on the handles. You may need two washings. The handles will immediately begin to rust. Wipe the rust off with a damp towel, dry the iron and apply a coat of Johnson's Paste Wax to the handles. If you use the dishwasher again you will need to re-wax the handles, but if you hand wash the wax will endure for a long time. No more hot sticky goo, and the wax prevents rust very effectively.
And I completely agree with you about the idea of stainless steel handles. I wish Mauviel and Bourgeat would get their eye on the ball about this.
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