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About Calphalon

Make food prep effortless with Calphalon's comprehensive cutlery sets, knives, bakeware, nonstick pans, and other kitchen essentials, as well as a host of high-quality appliances you can use every day. Calphalon started out selling cookware to restaurants in 1963 in Perrysburg, Ohio; by 1975 they’d expanded to the retail market, selling to home cooks who wanted access to the superior cooking equipment used by professional chefs. Fast forward to today, and Calphalon maintains its legacy as a culinary innovator: from its signature hard-anodized aluminum to stainless steel, cast iron, copper and nonstick cookware, all of a quality that underscores a home chef’s commitment to making the perfect meal.

Past Sales Featuring Calphalon

Sale Ended May 27, 2013

Cookware Up to 80% Off

When you use high-quality cookware, your food doesn’t just come out better; it’s also easier to prepare. These pans, skillets, roasters, stock pots, and beyond (from top industry names) will inspire you to cook more — and better.

Sale Ended October 21, 2013

Black & White Kitchen

These cookware and food-prep essentials aren’t just high-quality, but they also possess high style: in a focused black-and-white palette, they’ll make your kitchen look sleek and sophisticated (as well as function flawlessly).

Sale Ended August 12, 2013

Starting at $10: Starter Kitchen Essentials

When you’re shopping for kitchen essentials for a new home, it can take quite a bit of time to write out your list and then motor around to a bunch of stores to check everything off. Instead, we did the work for you. Here’s our list of essentials (and little luxuries) that’ll make your kitchen well stocked — and quite nice-looking, if we might add.

Sale Ended June 14, 2013

Buyers' Faves for the Kitchen

We’ve raided our coffers and personally selected some of our favorite stuff for the kitchen, in an effort to inspire you to get cooking: You’ll find everything from cookware, to dinnerware, to colorful linen towels — even furniture. Now dust off that old recipe book (or buy a new one!) and get cooking...