Copper Cookware- History of the "Queen of Pans"
Since being used in the Renaissance courts, the copper pot can be considered the "Queen of Pots" thanks to its beauty but also to its natural and excellent heat conductivity 392 Wm°K which allows the ideal temperature to be reached rapidly and to transfer evenly from the bottom of the pan to the sides. Flavors and nutritional values remain unchanged and the food doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan, avoiding hot spots and burning.
Chefs have always favored this metal because it is the best for cooking. Copper is indispensable for the perfect outcome of dishes requiring long cooking procedures, for delicate dishes and for confectionery creations.