And it includes EIGHT top-tested items.
These pots and pans are a-okay to a certain ... degree. Let's put it that way.
These kitchen must-haves can sear a steak like nobody's business.
All-Clad TK is named for master chef Thomas Keller and designed with his expertise.
If you're bored by the stainless steel trend, this line could be for you.
This set won brownie points for searing up a good-looking steak.
Wolf Gourmet Cookware was excellent for frying up steak and fair for simmering sauce.
This line has a polished finish that didn't stain, even when we cooked over high heat.
This set has that classic good look.
Go ahead and pan fry to your heart's content, with Viking Professional Tri-Ply Stainless Steel.
This set is exceptionally handsome, sporting stainless steel handles that stay cool during cooking.
This Sur La Table set excelled at browning strip steaks.
With this set, you can crank up the heat and brown a batch of sirloin steaks to even perfection.
Chantal Induction 21 Steel cookware has a copper interior for even heating.
In our test, browning steaks and simmering sauces were Zwilling Spirit's strong points.
With Anolon Tri-Ply Clad cookware, you get both beauty and performance.
If you're looking for something unique and unusual, check out the exquisite Lagostina Martellata.
We found this KitchenAid cookware very user friendly.
With this set, you get the beauty of stainless steel and the even heating of an aluminum core.
Not only is this line beautiful, but it also heats perfectly evenly.