Buying pots and pans for the van is all about two things: practicality and quality. And this set delivers the goods. Three stainless steel pans, although quite heavy, will bring you mashed potatoes season after season, and they store in a tidy stack.

“What about the lids?” I hear you cry. Well, that’s covered, too. Each vented glass lid stacks perfectly on top of the next one. They are easy to use and store, and a joy to look at. Don’t be put off by the price tag – this product is a real investment.

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Buying pots and pans for the van is all about two things: practicality and quality. And this set delivers the goods. Three stainless steel pans, although quite heavy, will bring you mashed potatoes season after season, and they store in a tidy stack.

“What about the lids?” I hear you cry. Well, that’s covered, too. Each vented glass lid stacks perfectly on top of the next one. They are easy to use and store, and a joy to look at. Don’t be put off by the price tag – this product is a real investment.

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