Silver, like good food, is all about indulgence. It gratifies, it satisfies and quality is key.
Choosing to cook in a silver pan is not a choice made out of neccessity – it’s an act of love. If you love your food and take the time to source the tastiest ingredients you can get your hands on, why not do them justice with a silver pan?
Silver is much more hardwaring than you might think. It has a melting point of nearly 900°C and is one of the least reactive of all common metals, beating copper, lead and tin to the bottom of the reactivity scale. So don’t be shy – cook with yours in whatever way is most practical and enjoyable for you. The more often you wash it up (no need to polish it every time) the less it will tarnish.
We make pans in a variety of different shapes and sizes – small enough to heat the brandy to go over the Christmas Pud and large enough to fry an omlette! Each one we make is different from the last. Whatever your signature dish, we can make a pan to suit it.
For a closer look at our pans and tips on how to look after them, click here.
We will be exhibiting and selling our cookware at the MADE Bloomsbury event at the Mary Ward House, Tavistock Place in London from Saturday 20th – Sunday 21st May. Come along and have a look!