Stellar James Martin – the new cookware range: signed, sealed and delivered

We are delighted to announce a new range from the Stellar James Martin Collection, which adds a new dimension to the established bakeware, textiles, cutlery and kitchen knives.

The iconic handle, sculpted to nestle in the user’s hand, is manufactured from an inspired combination of cast steel and non-slip silicone grip, giving this collection its Unique Selling Point. Also noteworthy is James’ signature which is embossed into the handle. There are 11 high performance stainless steel saucepans, along with a three- and five-piece set, specified by James, which capitalises on his knowledge and expertise as a professional chef and master of popular home cooking.

As expected from Stellar, James’ pans have a high quality stainless steel body, with integral thermal bases ensuring they are suitable for all hob types. What’s more, the pans have the additional benefit of easy view vented glass lids and capacity markings.

All in all, this range is an affordable cookware collection designed by James to ensure every home cook will enjoy cooking every day food in the comfort of their home for years to come. The collection is supported by the Stellar lifetime guarantee.

James Martin says:My new cookware range with Stellar is designed to encourage the nation to get cooking. With my long term partner Stellar, we’ve designed an affordable range of cookware that will be easy to use on a day-to-day basis. Regardless of your hob, these pans will cook your food efficiently, and the glass lids with the essential steam release also offer the practical aspect of being able to keep an eye on what’s going on. I love the style of the handles too. What’s more, they nestle comfortably, stay cool and are anti-slip too.  I hope cooking with these pans will not only encourage you to get cooking but that you will continue to enjoy cooking in them for years.”

Images can be downloaded from here 

About James

James’s passion for cooking was noted as early as the age of seven, when he told his family that he would be a chef by the age of 30!  His dreams were unusual but he was determined.  After school he enrolled in catering college at 16 to learn his craft, found his vocation and has not looked back.

Best known for presenting BBC’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’, ‘Junior Bake-Off’ and ‘Home Comforts’, 2017 saw him embark on his first UK (sell out) tour and return to Saturday morning TV – but this time on ITV.  His partnership with Stellar continues to flourish, by combining the expertise of a chef with Stellar’s engineering design and distribution network.

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