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Tupperware Chef Series Cookware

Updated on July 29, 2014

Have You Tried Tupperware Chef Series Cookware?

Tupperware Chef Series Cookware has several distinct features that make it stand out from all the other cookware that's currently being touted as 'Chef Approved.' It's sturdy, durable, provides even heating and it's attractive. And to top it all off it's backed by Tupperware's famous lifetime guarantee.

Try stacking all that up against that other 'Chef-ware' and you'll see that Chef Series Cookware always comes out on top.

One of the most important features of this cookware is its ability to evenly conduct heat. An aluminum disk for the best conductivity is sandwiched between two layers of 18-gauge stainless steel for stability and durability. These 3 layers combine to provide maximum heat coverage and a heavy-duty bottom which prevents burning and scorching.'

Chef Series also has cast stainless steel handles for extra strength. Handles are hollow to allow them to remain cool to the touch during cooking, and each is double-riveted so there's no danger of handles falling off. Larger pieces, like the Dutch oven or the larger fry pans, also have a loop handle for easier, two-handle lifting.

All pots and fry pans come with a clear, tempered glass lid so you can always monitor your cooking and these lids have angled handles to prevent you from getting burned knuckles while you're peeking under the cover.

Each pot has a pour spout molded into one side and handles have wide, comfortable grips. Holes are also molded into each handle so you can hang all your pots from a wall rack.

Not only are these pans functional and made from professional quality materials, they also have an elegant design. The sides of pots are rounded and the finish is a mirrored stainless steel. Looking at the Tupperware Chef Series cookware is almost like looking at a work of art.

shown here: Tupperware Chef Series 12 Quart Stock Pot

Where To Find Tupperware Chef Series Cookware

Since 1948 Tupperware products have been sold exclusively via the home party plan and the Chef Series Cookware is no exception.

Again, there are several benefits for the consumer:

  • You have personal contact with a representative of Tupperware should you have any questions or concerns about the product. Just try to get Rachael Ray's or Paula Dean's representative to come to your home and answer your questions or give you a cooking demonstration!
  • Since Tupperware parties are usually casual affairs with people you already know you'll feel more comfortable having a frank discussion about the pros and cons of this wonderful cookware.
  • Your Tupperware dealer will be able to give you helpful cooking and care tips instead of trying to read the fine print that comes with those other pans

You can also find Tupperware products online now, which also has several benefits. You don't have to take time out of your busy schedule to host or attend a party and you don't have to leave your home and drive around strange neighborhoods looking for someone's house.

Not all Tupperware items can be found online. However, when you do find them at Amazon or Ebay, they're often priced way below the price you'd have to pay if you bought them at a party.

Tupperware Chef Series 12 Quart Stock Pot

Tupperware Chef Series 12 Quart Stock Pot
Tupperware Chef Series 12 Quart Stock Pot
This 12-quart stock pot is idea for soups, stews, chili - especially if you're cooking for a large family gathering. The base is made with an aluminum disk sandwiched between 2 layers of stainless steel which provides even heat throughout the pot and helps prevent scorching and burning. Easy clean up, too. Just hot, soapy water and it's sparkling clean!

The Tupperware Warranty

If you're still hesitant about buying Tupperware's Chef Series cookware than a quick look at their warranty should put your mind at ease.

Each piece of this professional cookware is covered by a full, lifetime warranty. Not 1 year, not 2 years - that's lifetime, as in forever.

And should you have any problems with the non-stick coating on any of the pots or pans, it's covered by a 10-year warranty.

Have you ever hosted a Tupperware party?

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      7 years ago

      I purchased the Chef Series non-stick cookware pieces about 10+ years ago. About 3 years ago they started to peel. I called Tupperware early 2011 and explained my problem. They had me send all of my pieces back without the lids. I did have to pay to ship them, however less than one month later, I received 2 large boxes in the mail with over 12 new pieces including new lids. There were a few saucepan sizes they no longer carried so they also gave me a gift certificate worth $550 to spend at I was more than pleased and love my Tupperware cookware.

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      7 years ago

      @anonymous: My non stick pans started to peel and they had me send all pieces back(without the lids) and what I received was a brand new piece and new lid for each piece I sent in. There were a few sizes they no longer carried so they sent me a Tupperware gift card worth $550 to use at I was more than pleased and am now in the process of putting together a set for my daughter.

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      7 years ago

      Very dissapointing that TUPPERWARE wont give your money back... they have always been good in the past, which is why so many people buy their product... It might be the start of the fall of tupperware if they dont make good on their promises.. Not good business.. Not good TUPPERWARE!!!!! I will certainly pass this on to others.

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      7 years ago

      And so the promisesd 10yr warranty? Another one for the supplies (this being Tupperware) pocket? That's fraud isn't it? Especially how they tell you..'it's like none of the non stick out there, it's safe and will not peel off!!' What a joke!

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      Nathalie Roy 

      7 years ago from France (Canadian expat)

      @anonymous: I never use and never buy non stick because it is dangerous for our health and it doesn't last. Nothing beats either stainless steel or cast iron. Non stick is only good for the manufacturer's pocket, be it Tupperware or Tefal or any other because you need replacing them after a few years. Stay away from non-stick!

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      7 years ago

      The non stick Tupperware is a major flaw, I have had some replaced already and my my complete selection of cookware is just peeled off! They will not even replace or credit! No more Tupperware for me!!


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