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Explore our cookware collections to find all the pots and pans you need for a well-stocked kitchen. Creating mouthwatering cuisine is possible only when you have the right tools. Whether you're searching for your first cookware set, adding to your existing pots and pans, or looking to upgrade or replace old cookware, you'll find the right pieces in our collections. Riverbend Home offers cookware from top brands, including Le Creuset, Farberware, Henckels, Rachel Ray, Staub, and other trusted makers. Shop by type of cookware or material to find pots and pans suitable for the home chef and professional alike.

Types of Pans

When choosing cookware, begin with the essentials: Sauté and frying pans in a range of sizes allow you to experiment with pan frying, stir frying, sautéeing, and more. Saucepans are for more than just sauces: Use these pots to make soups and gravies or to boil water for cooking veggies and pasta. Choose from a variety of sizes, materials, and lid options to meet your needs. For do-it-all cookware, a good Dutch oven is a worthwhile investment for your kitchen; this high-quality and versatile pan takes your cuisine from prep to stovetop to oven to table with easy-to-hold handles and a removable lid. Cast-iron skillets are essential cookware, and they'll last a lifetime if cared for properly; explore options from Le Creuset and other trusted makers. Just starting out? A cookware set makes the perfect one-and-done solution for the burgeoning home chef; our collection includes sets of all sizes so you can find the best one to suit your needs. We also offer griddles, stock pots, tea kettles, woks, pressure cookers, accessories, and other cookware so you're prepared for any culinary task, from cooking a gourmet meal to reheating last night's leftovers.

Cookware Materials

Our collections include stainless steel, nonstick, copper, cast iron, enameled, hard-anodized, aluminum, ceramic, and multi-ply cookware. So how do you know which is right for you? Each of these materials has its own benefits for cooking. For beginners or health-conscious cooks, try ceramic cookware or nonstick pots and pans that easily release food, with little or no oil required. Enjoy quick, even heating and cooking with stainless steel cookware and copper cookware, favored by professional chefs; note that copper cookware does not work with induction cooktops. Enameled cookware features a cast-iron or aluminum core with a durable, non-stick, and easy-to-clean finish. If you prefer to use a dishwasher, avoid cast-iron, copper, multi-ply, or aluminum cookware, as these materials require handwashing. Browse our selection to find the pots and pans that suit your preferences, and consult our tips for buying cookware guidelines for more on each type of material and its benefits.