Customer Reviews

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    I have had my cookware since 1963 and wouldn’t use anything else. It’s the greatest. It still cooks as good today as it did the first day I bought it. I highly recommend it to everyone who cooks and has the health of their family at heart. Pay a little for a one-time purchase of the best on the market. I will be adding to my collection with the electric skillet and salad-maker in the near future. I would rather do without than to but something inferior. My health and my family’s health are uppermost in my mind and I don’t take chances with their lives.

    Do yourself and your family a favor and buy what you can afford, even if it’s only a few pieces. You won’t regret it.

    Jan from Arlington, TX

  • Dear Lustre Craft:
    Just wanted to send a quick note to thanks you for these emails and the recipes! I don’t know if you remember me but we met at the Okaloosa Home Show. My wife is a doctor in the military and I was looking for some cooking solutions to help us both out.

    We have had a great time cooking and using the recipes you have been sending so I’d call this venture a success. I also have become a bit more “useful” in the kitchen than before through her eyes.

    Thanks again!

    Lee Elias

  • Dear Lustre Craft:

    Just wanted to drop a note and tell you how absolutely delighted we are with our cookware.

    My fiancée, Dick Harp, and I bought a set at the state fair in Salem, Oregon a month or so ago. We were impressed with you demonstration and felt that the set was something we could really enjoy. We had recently combined households and, goodness knows, we had enough cookware to last us forever (and it wasn’t bad stuff.)

    The first thing I made was the pineapple upside down cake. I’ve done my fair share of baking over the years, but I can honestly say that was unequivocally THE BEST I’d ever made. Everything we’ve cooked in the pots and pans has been exceptionally good and it’s with the minimum effort! Dick likes to cook and we share the cooking tasks. He tends to favor the slow cooker meals which are out of this world. They are so much more flavorful with these utensils.

    Tonight we had fish, corn on the cob and fresh green beans. The fish was moist and the most flavorful I’ve ever cooked. I forgot to put the corn husks in the bottom of the kettle that the corn on the cob and green beans were in, but we still couldn’t believe how tender and delicious the corn was. It was almost like a different vegetable than what we’d eaten before.

    I’ve never written a testimonial like this before because I’ve never been so impressed with a product before. I just felt I had to share our satisfaction with you. By the way, the old cookware was in the yard sale we did last week!

    Thanks again,

    Rosalie Stamos

  • My wife and I just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that we are really enjoying our new cookware. I can’t believe how my eggs taste in the morning along with everything else – amazing! I made some venison stew in our new Slo-Cooker and it was also AMAZING (slooooooww for 7 hours on low.) I gave some to my friend who hunts a lot and makes it himself quite often. He said it was the best venison stew he ever had and wants the recipe. I attribute it to the cookware and maybe a little of my work, too. My favorite is the Kitchen Kutter and the demonstration salad. We love it and we have put a few new twists on it so we don’t get bored of the same ol’ thing. Thank you again!

    Scott and Karen from Livermore, CA

  • Dear Lustre Craft:

    My fiance and I worked on that pan with a few different cleaners after the water stain affected it, including ketchup and lemon juice. Well, low and behold, the pan looks just as good as it did before the accident! It is the one pan that I have used several times a week for 45 years, so it was not a perfect one. Most of the set is as shiny and pretty, as it was to begin with. The egg poacher still looks like brand new and was not effected. I just thank God that it was one of your company’s pans that overheated, because a cheaper brand may have shattered or melted on the glass top stove. Thank you for responding to my inquiry in such a timely manner. Keep well. Thanks, again!

    June from Eustis

  • It was a pleasure to meet you at the PA Farm Show. I was so impressed to see Lustre Craft. I mentioned to you about having my Lustre Craft since 1958. The handle broke on my 2-quart and I threw it [the handle] out. I did not have the heart to throw enclosed pan out, as it is my favorite cooking pot. You mentioned to return it to you and you would replace it. Thank you so much.

    Angie from Pennsylvania

  • I’m sure that you don’t remember my wife and I but we purchased a set of pans from Chef Bob to much to our sorrow (competitor from a foreign made cookware company). We sent the pots all back to the manufacturer for warranty or return of our money and were told that the pitting in the pans was due to cooking acidy foods, Guess you aren’t suppose to cook tomato sauce in these pans. Anyway, here is the idea that I have since we aren’t getting any satisfaction from the manufacturer, I would like to GIVE you one or all of these pans to display at your booth with my statement of dissatisfaction and a copy of the statement from the manufacturer stating why they wouldn’t warranty them.
    Thank you for your time.

    Chris Rowe from California

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