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The Insanely Viral Pan That Replaces 8 Common Kitchen Tools Comes In A Rare Red Shade

Your kitchen NEEDS this pan.

always pan in red hot bundle
Our Place

It seems like every day a new cooking hack is going viral across all platforms, but it's not as common for a kitchen tool to get that same internet hype. The Always Pan by Our Place is a piece of cookware that has a well-deserved cult following as it's designed to replace eight traditional pieces of cookware that you likely have cluttering your cabinets. The iconic item is now available in a limited-edition color that is guaranteed to make you hop on the bandwagon if you haven't already.

Each Always Pan is multi-functional and can help you do pretty much anything you've ever had to do on a stove top. It can be used for frying, sautéing, steaming, boiling, searing, and more, and features a non-stick surface, spatula, and built-in spoon rest. It retails for $145 and comes with the pan itself, lid, stainless steel steamer basket, and wood spatula. The price tag might seem a little steep, but when you're eliminating the need for so many other pots and pans you're actually saving money—and cabinet space.

Always Pan
fromourplace.com

The pans are typically available in muted tones of orange, pink, blue, black, beige, green, and purple, but the new limited-edition hue is a vibrant red shade. Appropriately called "Red Hot," the color was originally debuted last year as part of the brand's Lunar New Year collection and it goes for $175 since it's a limited-time offer. According to Food & Wine, the collection was made with guidance from Chinese-Americans so the values of the Chinese New Year were best embodied; the shade of red was chosen to represent good luck.

Last year, the Lunar New Year collection sold out through preorders in a week, so it's likely this year it will be a hot ticket item as well. I'd suggest you act fast and put in your order so you can add a pop of color to your kitchen and get rid of those beat up pots and pans you're probably hoarding.

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