How do you keep hot items hot when you bring them to a dinner party or potluck? Honestly, I have never figured a good way how. My best way was to inconveniently re-heat something once I get there. I usually just end up bring items that don’t need to be served hot (salads or breads). I think it was well past the time I found a solution. A trusted brand in cookware, Kuhn Rikon, had just the item to fix this issue.
It’s called the “Cook and Serve”. It is a very stunning pan that is useful for keeping hot items hot for parties, potlucks, church events, etc.
There are currently 3 different sizes available, the 2, 3 and 4 quart casserole dish. I reviewed the 3 quart stainless steel pan. It was a great size for a full meal for 2-3 people or easily a shared side dish for any event! Soups, rice, vegetables, and everyday cooking would be perfect for this mid-size pan.
The 3 Quart Casserole features:
- stainless steel pan
- tempered glass lid
- neoprene sleeve
- food stays hot and fresh for hours
Superior Design and Function
- Includes: Stainless-steel pan, neoprene jacket, glass lid, and bamboo spoon
- Care: Dishwasher-safe pot, lid and spoon, wipe jacket clean
- Capacity: 2 qt.
- Dimensions: 12½" diam. x 6" tall
- Material: Stainless steel, glass, neoprene and bamboo
- Warranty: Ten-year warranty on pot, two-year warranty on jacket
Swiss-designed, multi-use pot comes with a handy insulating neoprene jacket to keep food hot on the table for up to two hours. The mini grippers on the slip-proof neoprene sleeve keeps your hand from dropping a hot dish and is thick enough to protects your hands while keeping food hot. The sleeve comes in red, green, orange and blue! The pot is a heavy-duty stainless-steel and is oven safe to 500°F. The Cook and Serve Colori is colorful, practical and very useful for the upcoming holiday parties!
Get Yours Now!! You can buy this or other great holiday gifts at Kuhn Rikon.
Disclosure: I was provided a complimentary “cook and serve” for review. This did not affect the outcome of this review. All opinions are 100% my own. For full disclosure click here.