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The Proclamation Duo does it all in the kitchen with just two pans

October 29, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

It's a frying pan. It's a stockpot. It's a wok. It's a Dutch oven. The Proclamation Duo consists of two pans and a lid, and despite the endless claims by other new-age cookware, this is actually the kitchen set that can do it all.

The Proclamation Duo by Proclamation Goods Co. consists of two pans and a lid, and despite the endless claims by other new-age cookware, this is actually the kitchen set that can do it all.

I found myself nodding at the product’s slogan: “We didn’t reinvent cookware, just reimagined how much of it you need. ” Indeed, unless you’re a professional chef or cooking for more than, say, a dozen people, the Proclamation Duo provides every tool you’d need for standard stovetop (and beyond) cooking — with just three pieces.

The set includes one 12-inch skillet, one 7-quart pot and one lid that can be fitted to either.

A traditional Dutch oven has two same-size handles, while the Duo stacks the pans’ long handles and then their much shorter hinges.

I tested out the stainless steel version, which can withstand temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, while the carbon set (this skillet is more like a cast-iron) can handle up to 700 degrees Fahrenheit (who, may I ask, is cooking at such temperatures?).

The stainless steel skillet is 3. 5 pounds (pretty heavy for a frying pan), the pot is 4. 1 pounds and the lid is 1. 3 pounds.

I’ve certainly cooked with pots and pans that didn’t give me this kind of trouble, but for a quality set of cookware, it’s something I personally can live with.

At $379 for the stainless steel set, the Proclamation Duo is no budget buy (the carbon version retails for $395).

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