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There’s an Official ‘Master Chef’ Cookware Set

A set of cookware in a box.
Fusion Guard

If you’ve ever wanted to cook like one of the contestants on Master Chef, now you can. Well, you can cook with Master Chef-approved tools.

Cookware brand Fusion Guard has launched a collection of Master Chef-inspired cookware that’ll have you feeling like your kitchen has been transformed into your own at-home cooking competition.

The launch features several different cookware sets ranging from 17-piece options to five-piece sets with prices ranging from $59.99-$219.99. They’re all available now on the Fusion Guard website.

The pieces feature the brand’s Silver Ion Fusion Guard Technology which means they’re infused with silver ions to make them antimicrobial. The cookware is also nonstick with a reinforced titanium coating that helps improve durability and make cooking easier. They also work on all ovens including induction, gas, and halogen cooktops and can be placed in the oven at up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Plus, the stainless steel soft-grip handle ensures easy pickup and a cool surface during cooking.

A woman cooks and a pan is placed in an oven.
Fusion Guard

Of the Fusion Guard and Master Chef collaboration, Sunny Tuli, senior vice president of creative concepts, said Fusion desired to bring the creativity and passion found in Master Chef to people’s homes.

“Our goal at Creative Concepts is to help impactful brands bring innovative products to market,” said Tuli, “This functional cookware will provide consumers with lasting protection and an easy, healthy, and stress-free cooking experience.”

If you want to shop the collection, you can find it all on the Fusion Guard website, and once you’ve got it, why not try a new recipe?

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