KaTom provides all the commercial cookware you need in your kitchen, including aluminum, steel, cast iron, and copper pieces.
Curved walls make a frying pan ideal for foods that need to be stirred, flipped, and turned. Their long stick handles make them easy to maneuver.
Grill pans and griddles let you grill up burgers and breakfast food right on your range top.
Braising pots let you cook low and slow on the stovetop for tender meats and hearty stews. They're available in sizes from 7 to 40 quarts.
Woks feature tall, sloping sides for high-heat stir frying and deep frying. They're available in Mandarin and Cantonese styles.
Stock pots are designed for cooking high volumes of liquid like boiling pasta and making stock. Their thick bases spread heat evenly.
An indispensable piece in most kitchens, the saucepan lets you cook sauces, sides, soups, and everything in between.
Cook vibrant vegetables and tender seafood with a simple steamer basket. You'll find a basket here to fit whatever pot you're cooking in.
The bamboo steamer lets you steam everything from dumplings to fresh vegetables.
Take some of the guesswork out of selecting pots and pans with quality cookware sets in stainless steel, cast iron, copper, or aluminum.
Sauce pots are designed to reduce sauces and cook vegetables. Their wide bottoms provide full contact with the heating surface.
Pasta pots make it possible to boil a few types of pasta in one vessel. Perforated baskets keep them separated.
Prepare succulent roasts and turkeys with these roasters, available in stainless steel, aluminum, and copper. Some have racks and handles for convenience.
Commonly associated with melting chocolate, the double boiler is a great way to prepare dishes that scorch easily need gentle heat.
The wide, shallow paella pan is designed to cook the popular Spanish dish it's named after, but is just as useful for warming tortillas and toasting bread.
Sauté pans have tall straight sides and wide bottoms for excellent heat conduction. Use them for searing, poaching, and deglazing.
For perfectly-formed crepes, choose a crepe pan in sizes from 8 to 12 inches. They're also good for making tortillas and pancakes.
An omelet pan's smaller size is perfect for eggs and smaller sautés. Many feature non-stick coatings for worry-free frying.
Known for its durability, even heating, and excellent ability to retain heat, cast iron cookware has been a kitchen staple for generations.
A large selection of aluminum, copper, cast iron, and steel pieces will make it easy to choose the right cookware for your kitchen.
Stainless steel cookware is long-lasting and easy to clean, so make sure you're well stocked in frying pans, sauce pans and stock pots.
Magnetic cookware is required when you're cooking with induction. Choose between cast iron, steel, and many other combinations of metals.
From pot and pan lids to hot handle holders, cookware accessories and parts will help your cookware work best for you.