The Internet-Famous Always Pan Is Currently $50 Off
It's the perfect gift for any home cook!
The Internet loves the Always Pan from Our Place, and so do we. Just in time for holiday shopping, the Always Pan is $50 off — so you can snag one for less than $100. (Just use the code 'SUPERSALE' at checkout!). Plus, all orders ship free! Snag one for yourself, your BFF, your mom or anyone else in your life who loves to cook.
This multi-functional pan is designed to replace eight pieces of cookware: frying pan, skillet, saucier, saucepan, non-stick pan, steamer, spatula and spoon rest. The spatula and steamer basket nest into the pan design for easy, space-saving storage, and built-in spouts make for easy pouring.
When Food Network contributor Laura Denby tested the Always Pan, she loved it, stating the size was perfect for making dinner for two-to-four people. "I love its smooth, nonstick surface, tall sides, and tapered pour spots. I love that this pan is shallow enough to scramble eggs in, yet deep enough to simmer some Sunday sauce." The only thing she didn't love about it is that this pan isn't oven-safe, so you'll have to reach for something else when it's time to use the broiler.
Last time we wrote about this pan, it had sold out 10 times — so, now that it's on sale, we wouldn’t' be surprised if it sells out again. Plus, this is cookware you can feel great about buying. Our Place was created by Shiza Shahid, co-founder of the Malala Fund. The company uses fair labor and sustainable materials, and everything ships in biodegradable packaging.
It also doesn't hurt that the Always Pan is seriously chic, and you can choose from six stylish colors: Spice, Lavender, Steam, Char, Sage and Blue Salt. And, since it's nonstick, it's so easy to clean. Though it's dishwasher-safe, the Our Place team encourages gentle hand washing for longer-lasting cookware.
Still not convinced? Check out the hundreds of five-star reviews on Our Place's website. Customers love the Always Pan for searing sausages, steaming dumplings, frying chicken, boiling pasta and so much more.