• Culinary Students Use CIA Masters Collection Cookware
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    Melissa Guerra

Culinary Students Use CIA Masters Collection Cookware

Culinary Students Use CIA Masters Collection Cookware

CIA Masters Collection Cookware is Superior Quality


"I am a terrible cook!"  We hear it every day.

Many of our customers that visit us at Melissa Guerra declare they couldn't boil water, or that their kitchen creations are disasters. If you like to eat, we know you have the talent within you to create and cook. However, as we are cookware professionals here at Melissa Guerra, we can share a bit of advice.

There are 2 very basic secrets to excellent cooking.

1. Excellent cooking starts with excellent ingredients.
2. Excellent dishes are created with superior  cookware.


CIA Masters Collection is Great Cookware for Culinary Students

CIA Masters Collection Cookware is what we have determined to be the best cookware for learning how to cook. Created by master chef's and professors at the Culinary Institute of America, each CIA saucepan and CIA skillet is custom crafted to their specifications. CIA master teaching chefs know that in order to make their professional culinary students successful, they must be provided with the very best cookware available. That is why all students enrolled at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America all use CIA Masters Collection cookware.

Our store in San Antonio is located next to the newest branch of the Culinary Institute of America. We peek in on them at times and, sure enough, they are all busy at work, using the CIA Masters Collection cookware and kitchen tools!


CIA Cookware Is Designed by Master Chefs


CIA Masters Collection Cookware is made of 18/10 stainless steel, is easy to clean and works on any cooking surface, even induction. We especially love CIA Master Collection's 7 ply construction with copper core, and their ergonomically designed handles. Each piece of CIA Masters Collection Cookware is laser inscribed with its size and capacity in both standard and metric measurement on the bottom, so that you can easily match the right pan to your recipe.

Culinary students work hard every day to become master chefs, learning new techniques, recipes, and picking up a few professional secrets. Give yourself the same advantage in the kitchen as a culinary student, and invest in a few good pieces of CIA Masters Collection Cookware.

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    Melissa Guerra

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