Eric Theiss Takes the Anxiety Out of Thanksgiving With Copper Chef

Finally! Stress-Free Holiday Cooking

Are you ready for Thanksgiving dinner? I am. Even though I’m a busy dad, I’m not anxious at all about cooking multiple dishes for a large group. Why? Because I’m cooking all of my dishes in Copper Chef. It’s really six cooking tools in one, so it’s versatile enough to take me from appetizers all the way to dessert.

It’s Hip to Cook Square

The team at Copper Chef chose the pan’s unique square shape design to give you up to 25% more cooking room. My kitchen cabinets are finally organized! I don’t need tons of different pots and pans to cook a family-sized holiday meal.

The extra-deep sides make this pan ideal for baking both sweet and savory Thanksgiving recipes. Last year I cooked my turkey and my apple pies in a Copper Chef pan. The deep-dish sides make it the perfect slow cooker or soup pot when I’m cooking for the holidays.

1 Pan for All of Your Thanksgiving Recipes

And don’t forget about side dishes, either. Did you know I created my recipe for pesto green beans specifically for the Copper Chef pan? Sometimes I even use it as a serving dish, especially if I’m using the extra-large XL casserole version. Plus, all Copper Chef pans are built with 850° heat resistance. I’m never nervous about taking it straight from the stovetop and right into the oven.

No More Kitchen Nightmare

One of Copper Chef’s greatest features is its ceramic nonstick coating. I get crisp, golden-brown pie crusts without having to use any extra butter or shortening. My apple pies lift right out, cooked to perfection, with no added fat. Nothing sticks to the bottom of the pan so I don’t have to soak or scrub afterwards. I just pop it into the dishwasher or rinse it out with a gentle cloth.

And that’s it!

For more tips and tricks, and my amazing Thanksgiving recipes, go to copperchef.com.

 

4 thoughts on “Eric Theiss Takes the Anxiety Out of Thanksgiving With Copper Chef

  1. Fred Coram

    I called the number published. I talked to someone that had such a heave accent I could not understand him . He said his name was Max and his ID was M69. I tried to explain to him there were two charges on my credit card for 74.97. There is one credit for 74.97. I tried to tell Max that there needed to be another credit for 74.97. He kept telling me that one credit would apply to both charges. Anyone with a lick of accounting experience knows it take two credit to remove two charges. He kept arguing with me that one credit would remove two charges. First I never ordered any thing for 74.97 much less two purchases. He tried telling me the bank would remove all the charges. He was wrong again. The organization that applied the charges had to remove them. A bank could get in lots of trouble if they just removed items from some ones account. Can anyone help me please.

    Fred Coram
    410 Brookshire Way
    Knoxville, TN 37923

    • copperchef

      Hi, Fred. I have forwarded your concern to our customer service manager. Can you please provide your telephone number so she can contact you?

      Thank you!

  2. Does anyone know how many quarts the xl is

    • copperchef

      Hi,
      The XL is 7.2 qts.

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