Paula Deen Savannah Cookware Review

Paula Deen cookware has always been about combining style and functionality and the Savannah cookware collection is no different. Available in a few colors, it is suitable for those who like a bit of color for their pots and pans for a touch of modernity in the kitchen decor. But apart from style, is the Paula Deen Savannah Cookware set worth a buy? Let’s find out in this review.

Paula Deen Savannah Cookware Set Review

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Featured here is the Paula Deen Savannah Collection 17-Piece set although it is also available as a 12-piece package. For the 17 pieces, you will get:

  • 1-quart saucepan with lid
  • 1.5-quart saucepan with lid
  • 2-quart saucepan with lid
  • 6-quart stockpot with lid
  • 3-quart saute with lid
  • 8-inch skillet
  • 10-inch skillet
  • 3 nylon tools (turner and 2 spoons)
  • 10 x 15-inch cookie pans (2 pans)

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For the Paula Deen Savannah 12-Piece set, what would be missing from the above list would be the covered saute pan, a nylon tool and the 2 cookie pans. At the time of review, the price difference between the 2 sets is about $30, which is less than the cost of the saute pan individually. So, the bigger bundle is definitely more economical.

With an aluminum construction, the pots and pans will heat up rapidly and and evenly. The interior has a nonstick coating with satin ivory finish while the exterior is made of porcelain enamel to give the pieces the different colors. The choice of colors include red (as shown above), blueberry, pear and black. They are easy to clean with their stain resistant properties and durable. If you want more color options, you can also take a look at the Paula Deen Signature Collection porcelain cookware.

The Savannah set have contoured handles with matching colors which are double riveted to the body of the pieces for sturdiness. The lids are made of glass and shatter resistant. The pots and pans are oven-safe up to 350°F while the bakeware can withstand a higher temperature of up to 500°F. Hand-wash is recommended for this set.

Should You Buy The Paula Deen Savannah Collection Cookware Set?

Pros
  1. Satin ivory interior – Most nonstick cookware would have a black surface on the inside but the Savannah pots and pans have an attractive light colored interior instead. Combined with the colorful exterior, it is really stylish to look at compared to traditional nonstick cookware. Not many sets have a white cooking surface except for ceramic ones like the WearEver Pure Living cookware.
  2. Food release – The nonstick coating releases food easily when cooking that nothing sticks to the pan. This makes cleaning up easy to do as well.
  3. Stay cool handles – The handles stay cool during cooking with its rubber-like material.
  4. Right weight – These are not your high end nonstick cookware like the Cuisinart Chef’s Classic but neither is it too lightweight that it borders on flimsy like the Chef’s Du Jour Kitchen Combo set. The whole Savannah 17-piece cookware set weighs about 18 pounds – just the right weight for those who like to cook with lighter pots and pans.
Cons
  1. Stains – The white creamy interior will be prone to stains as time goes by. Repeated use of any pots and pans are bound to show wear and tear and given the light colored cooking surface, you should expect stains to appear after a while.
  2. Price – This set is more expensive that the Signature Collection. Although the number of pieces are more, it also costs about $40 to $50 extra compared to the Signature based on the list price at the time of writing. Unless you do like to have the cookie pans and nylon tools, the only other extra between the two sets is the 1.5-quart covered saucepan. Its selling price is also comparable to the Emeril by All-Clad Hard Enamel Nonstick set. Although the Emeril set has only 13-pieces, it has bigger sizes which is more practical than the Savannah.

So, is the Paula Deen Savannah Collection Cookware set worth a buy? Well, it does have good reviews from buyers, so apart from the looks, you do have a functional set here. The question is do you want to pay more for a more attractive light colored interior compared to the same company’s Signature collection? Apart from the inside, the only other difference is the exterior design. The Signature has a rounded shape with speckles adorning the pots and pans while the Savannah has a scalloped shape with no patterns visible on the outside.

What we feel is that there is little to separate the two sets in terms of quality. So, if that is the case, compare the prices when purchasing and see if the additional cost is worth the difference in style for the Savannah Collection then.

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Comments

  1. Maryland Mom says:

    I just purchased a Paula Deen 10.5 inch pan at Ollie’s Bargain Outlet in Maryland. They had alot of Paula Deen cookware for sale.

    I was trying to find out what the non-stick coating is made out of, because it was light colored I was thinking it was one of the newer ceramic type finishes. I couldn’t find out whether their non-stick surface has the PFOAs or whatever is supposed to be banned by 2015, but I did come across alot of poor reviews for the cookware…. even dangerous instances of the glass lids shattering and 1 instance of a carbon monoxide problem…. perhaps a problem of “Made in China” but it did sound serious enough that someone should check into it.

    http://www.consumeraffairs.com/homeowners/paula_deen_cookware.html

    • Thank you for your feedback. Unfortunately, the details of the nonstick coating is not mentioned anywhere in their product description and therefore, buyers can only guess what it might be. Generally, I feel that nonstick porcelain enamel cookware is good to look at and some people do buy it for the visual appeal. But in terms of quality and durability, it can be one big question mark, especially when compared to good old stainless steel cookware.

  2. LadyBird49 says:

    I have found that the best product to use for removing stains or discoloration from the white interior is Barkeeper’s Friend. Just sprinkle some on the stain and by using a damp cloth or paper towel gently rub the stain. Then rinse thoroughly. Barkeeper’s Friend will not compromise the non-stick surface. No need to apply scrubbing pressure or any sort of pad that will scratch.

  3. Madeline says:

    Hi just wondering can the glass lids go in the oven? If so up to what temperature.

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