Once More Unto The Breach, Dear Friend

Cooking is like life: it's never too late to learn a new technique.

Pamela's big secret, and no one else but Sylvia knew it, was this: Pamela never ever learned to cook.

In high school, who cared? In college, there was a dining hall! In her early twenties she had dates or ordered in, and by her thirties, she lived with a chef. But now she was on her own.

It was even getting embarrassing, because Pamela watched that cooking show... okay, she watched it for the drama, mostly, but she still watched it. So the whole point of Pamela buying the Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot was to open up the world of vegetables and soups. Pamela figured that would be the easy thing to do: make a simple soup. Water, a handful of anything in the fridge, and then a little boiling, how hard could it be? Her meals would be healthier, and they would be delicious, and she would be able to say she could cook for herself.

Of course that first soup was horrible. Pamela didn't know a thing about spices, had no idea how to properly choose vegetables, barely even knew how to turn on the stove. What she got out of her perfectly good Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot was a lukewarm bowl of wet vegetables and a sliced finger from where she'd accidently touched the blade of her chopping knife.

That night she used a pizza coupon. The next night, she was back in front of the Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot.

The steamer basket attachment was supposed to be "easy-to-use" and allow for quick cooking. Pamela bought some frozen dumplings and filled the basket. She flipped through a magazine because she had once heard about the "watched pot" and she wasn't taking any chances at all. The first article was about a woman who opened her own restaurant at age twenty-seven. Pamela took her chances with the pot.

The dumplings were good. Not great, but good enough, and they were Pamela's, more or less. As she washed the Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot, she felt like she had accomplished something. There was no pizza box to throw out, no plastic cartons or balled up wrappers. And when she put the Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot back on the stove, it looked... well, compelling.

Tomorrow Pamela would buy her first cookbook. She decided that by the end of the month, she would make at least one delicious thing from scratch.

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  • This handy multi-pot holds over 3 quarts and comes with a steamer basket insert
  • Lid has 2 sizes of draining holes for easy straining and the convenient spout allows for clean pouring
  • The silicone coated handle on pot and insert stay cool to the touch
  • Specifically designed to fit the smaller stove burners with other large pots on your stovetop.
  • Perfect for vegetables, including steaming corn, asparagus and broccoli
  • Great for heating broth, milk or cream for sauces
  • Clean pour spout
  • Coated handle
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Non-stick interior

Warranty: 1 Year Kuhn


  • Serves: 2 - 3
  • Dimensions: 7.5”(H) x 5.5”(D)

In the box:

  • Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Multi Pot (Choose Color)
  • Steamer Basket
  • Glass Lid

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Kuhn Rikon 4th Burner Pot
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