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All-Clad® Stainless Steel Multi-Cooker, 12 qt.

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Spend $500 or more on All-Clad cookware and receive a lasagna pan, a copy of Essentials of Italian Cooking, and two oven mitts (a $169.95 value) by mail. Spend $800 and receive the pan, book and mitts, plus a 5-qt. colander (a $279.95 value). 
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SpecialValueBuy This 12-quart multi-cooker makes it easy to create delicious one-pot meals for the family or a hearty stew for a crowd. Features an attractive 18/10 stainless steel satin finish exterior, an easy-to-clean highly polished interior, and a quick-heating stainless/aluminum disc on the bottom.

Includes a large colander insert that’s perfect for boiling everything from pasta to lobster, and a steamer basket for creating healthy, delicious veggies, seafood, and more. Plus, both inserts stack inside the pot for convenient storage.

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  • Manufacturer: All-Clad
  • Includes: Stainless steel pot, colander insert, steamer insert, and lid
  • Material: Stainless steel and aluminum
  • Care: Dishwasher safe, but hand washing is recommended
  • Capacity: 12 qt.
  • Dimensions: 12¼" tall x 10¾" diameter
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in China
  • Great for creating large batches of soups, stocks, pasta dishes, stews, and chili
  • Quick-heating stainless steel and aluminum disc bottom delivers even heat distribution
  • Tight-fitting lid seals in the moisture and flavor of food
  • Easy-grip handles ensure safe, secure transport
  • Stainless steel will not react with foods and cleans up easily with warm, soapy water
  • Both inserts fit inside pot for convenient storage
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pasta insert does not fit pot it sits in
I thought I would love this piece but the pasta insert is not long enough for the pot. I would have to fill the entire pot with water to cook pasta. All clad does sell one just like this at williams sonoma for $10 more that does fill the entire pot which means I only have to fill the pot with as much water as it takes to cook pasta and not 4 inches more water that isn't used. I will be returning the pot I bought at sur la table and buying the other one at Williams sonoma. Not sure why they are different.
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May 4, 2012
Helps me cook like a professional chef!
I love my All-Clad Stainless Steel Multi-Cooker! I can make a big dish of lasagna for company and the pasta tastes wonderful. In my old 8 quart stock pot with pasta insert, my pasta noodles were crowded and ended up tasting starchy. Now, there's plenty of room for them to fully cook and my lasagna tastes wonderful. I feel like a professional chef and my lasagna tastes like it too! The pot is easy to use and clean. I love it
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April 24, 2011
Not for Induction Cooktop
I had a hard time reviewing this product because I can't really use it. It is not magnetic and does not work with my induction cooktop. Since other All-Clad products are magnetic and induction capable, I think the product description should mention that this product is not suitable for that purpose. For me, it was costly and a waste of time / money to purchase this product and have it shipped to me. Now I have to return it and will ""lose"" the shipping charges
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November 14, 2011
Fall is our Multi-Cooker Season
It's the time of year when we make large batches of stews, soups and pastas; for entertaining both at home and to take to friends' parties - I find the ample handles make it easy to carry. The inserts are not just for cooking pasta and steaming greens, they are also useful for hardy root vegetables and potatoes. It's a reliable and inexpensive pot that serves us very well indeed
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October 6, 2013
Great Multi-Cooker - know what you are buying
This is a great all-purpose stock/pasta/lobster/corn on the cob pot. I have used it for so many different meals. The quality is great and price can't be beat. It is made in China so that explains the lower price, but for the purpose, the quality is absolutely on par and All-Clad still stands behind it. Nice thick bottom that helps boil water very quickly even in such a large pot. Easy to clean and nice to look at
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December 19, 2013
Great product!
I love this product! It is perfect for making stocks, crab boils, pasta, etc. I usually use some pasta water in my sauces so I like having some extra in the bottom of the pan, unlike a previous review. I also love how easy it is to clean. I had some stock boil over and down the sides of the pan and I still had several hours to go before I was finished. It cleaned up like a dream
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November 3, 2013
Great cookware!
This is a great set of cookware. Perfect for pastas, steaming veggies and making large quantities of soups/stews. As with other All-Clad products, very well constructed. Steaming insert fits perfectly and lid fits great as well. I purchased it on sale and with free shipping it was a great value
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November 5, 2013
Great Gift
I purchased this for a friend that really loves to cook. I can't believe he didn't have one, so it was perfect. He loved it and reminds me of how much he enjoys it. Thanks Sur La Table
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July 9, 2011
Gift from friend
I received this beautiful pot as a gift. We have a big family and the large capacity is awesome. The quality is classic AllClad.
Well worth the money.
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