The pots were stored on pot racks and shelves. Yes, some of the pots and pans were very large compared to the cookware as seen in most homes. The reason for the layout of the kitchen and the types of tools, pots and pans found was easy to understand. Where I was surprised it was different type of metals used in pots and pans. When asked about the different metals of the pots and pans, she explained to me some of the reasoning in the kitchen set. She started at the food warmer and server. This was made of stainless steel. Stainless steel was the best choice for this application. Stainless steel will wipe to a great shine and is very appealing to the eye. The next room was the stock pot or soup pot. The reason was to a large pot, but not much weight. These pots would be heavy enough if applied at a dinner. Cast aluminium bases offer even against the side walls. This provides an excellent heat transfer, even in a large pot, and when fitted with tight lids, these pots hold heat without a large stone setting. This is a very hot food, without food stabbing and burning. The cast aluminium was also pretty easy to clean.
As the tour continues, we discussed the smaller pots and pans. The bottoms are made of two layers of stainless steel with a layer of aluminum sandwiched between. This provided the pot or pan even heat distribution have no hot spots and can be used with a lower heat settings. For healthy cooking pots and pans would require much less water when used, because of their tight fitting lids. The pots and pans cleaned up very easily, and like the warmer / server mentioned above, the stainless steel wiped to a really great shine. The metal utensils were not a problem because none of the pan was Teflon. As with all the pots and pans, utensils were hanging on a rack or pot on the side of metal shelves. The lessons learned, stainless steel multi-ply bottom cookware promotes healthy food due to its non porous, with tight-fitting lids use less water or no water to cook, easy to clean, wipes a great shine and looks fantastic when stored in open view.