Swiss Diamond

Written by Elisabeth Forsythe
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Professional chefs swear by high-quality cookware. Sturdy pans and heavy-bottomed pots withstand high temperatures and conduct heat evenly, resulting in perfectly cooked food. For the home chef, a nonstick coating also has its benefits. You can use less oil, food doesn't get stuck to the pan, and it's easier to clean. However, most nonstick surfaces are pretty fragile and scratch easily. After enough use, it's time to toss out most nonstick cookware and buy a new set. But Swiss Diamond has invented a new nonstick surface that is nearly indestructible.

Swiss Diamond has infused its nonstick coating with diamond crystals--hence the name. Diamonds are one of the hardest substances known to man. This revolutionary nonstick surface is fused to the surface of their cookware. It's so tough, you can actually use metal utensils on it without leaving a scratch (this is a big no-no with ordinary nonstick cookware). And it's suitable for low-fat cooking because you don't need oil to keep food from sticking.

The diamond coating, paired with Swiss Diamond cookware's thick, pressure-cast aluminum body, also help distributes heat evenly. Because of this, you won't get any "hot spots" while you cook. Other benefits to this cookware include tempered-glass lids and stay-cool handles that can stand up to temperatures as high as 500 degrees.

Swiss Diamond Makes Brilliant Cookware

Swiss Diamond cookware is sold both in sets and as individual pieces, and include everything from frying pans and stock pots to grill pans, roasters, and casseroles. Just think--you can make lasagna without having to soak the pan afterward. And because of its diamond-reinforced nonstick interior, you know Swiss Diamond will last a lifetime.


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