All-Clad Metalcrafters, of Canonsburg, PA, believes in environmental responsibility and givingback to the community. That’s why they have created Cookshare, a recycling program that rewards you for donating your old cookware to charity. As a gift for your donation they will send you a copy of the “Ad Hoc at Home’ cook book by acclaimed chef Thomas Keller (a $50 value). Just follow the following three steps:
- Purchase All-Clads’ new d5 Stainless Steel cookware totaling $500 or more in one purchase.
- Donate any amount of your old cookware to the charity of your choice.
- Send All-Clad a copy of your d5 Stainless Steel proof of purchase, a copy of the receipt for your charitable donation and the Cookshare redemption form found online at any of Williams-Sonoma All-Clad d5 product pages such as All-Clad d5 Stainless-Steel French Skillets.
I just came across this offer, which started in 2009, and it ends Jan 31, 2012. so, if you want to take advantage of this offer you will need to hurry.
I have used cheap aluminum, expensive aluminum, teflon coated, uncoated, cast iron cookware from many different manufacturers. I have fallen in love with cast iron cookware from Staub and stainless steel cookware from All-Clad. The feel great, look great and work great. If you want to upgrade to one of the best cookware companies on the market this could well be the time, but hurry as time is running out!
All-Clad uses several layers of steel and aluminum (or copper in their copper lines) to better distribute heat and make cooking more efficient by needing lower temperatures when cooking. All thumbs up on this for me!