Calphalon Commercial Anodized Cookware
I have a set of Commercial Calphalon Anodized Cookware from back in the 1970s. It is NOT non-stick. It is in perfect condition as I took good care of it. I stopped using it about ten years ago when I re-married, except for the dutch oven and stock pot, which I use regularly. For other purposes. I used modestly priced non-stick cookware and my new wife's pots, which were modestly priced cookware. I do most of the cooking in the house, so I want good cookware. I recently started using the Calphalon again, and really like it. However, I have two questions -- Is it safe? And, are today's tri-ply and other sets really that much better? Bottom line, is it time to give up the old Calphalon for good, or do I have a treasure?