I’ve been making Alfredo sauce for about 3-1/2 years. With my new, Sertodo copper saucepan, the sauce comes out smoother than I’ve ever been able to make it. In this photo, I pushed the pan off of the element, and the whisk has silicone tips.
It's a nice pot and a good size for small/medium side dishes, like risotto. It seems to hold heat fairly well, yet is very responsive to temperature changes. I don't care for the super high polish finish (the peacock was nicer, in my opinion), so I put the pot and lid in a 325ºF oven for an hour or so, which turned the finish to a bit darker and brownish, and tempered the gloss a bit. I'm not crazy about the handle, but it's not bad once you get used to it.
Awesome saucepan! I made a hollandaise sauce in half the time as other pans. The workmanship is impressive, and they are so beautiful. The handle is very useful. I definitely recommend this product!