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Judge Jubilee Milk or Sauce Pot - Review

My first impressions:  What a lovely looking sauce pot!  Nicely polished stainless steel, I think it looks great and is just the very fellow for making sauces, custard or gravy.

Whenever I make gravy for the Sunday roast I moan about our saucepan taking forever to heat up due to the pan being far too thick and not distributing heat efficiently.  
Now, having been sent this Judge Jubilee milk/sauce pot to try it seems I now won't have that problem anymore!

The thick thermic base distributes heat evenly and I found it heated up the gravy in no time at all. 
There's a handy measuring guide inside the pot too and all the pans in the Jubilee range can be used on ALL hob types even induction hobs.

I love the straight sided design and the sturdy looking oven safe handle.  Surprisingly, all the while I was stirring the gravy the handle didn't get too hot at all.

I did think I might have a bit of trouble with the gravy sticking to the pan, but it didn't stick at all.
Although it is dishwasher safe, I found it very easy to clean by hand.  Just hot soapy water and nothing more than an ordinary washing up brush was all  I needed.  The sauce pot came up shiny like a new pin and you wouldn't know I'd used it!  

Every pan is the Jubilee range comes with the Judge 25 year guarantee and a 10 year non stick guarantee for the frying and saute pans - now that can't be bad. 

Apparently Judge frying pans and saute pans have 'Excalibur' non stick system that is AMAZING I'm told.    

Having read about it, it says it is the toughest, longest lasting, most durable non-stick coating in the world!......I need to try one one these pans to find out for myself!   

For more information pop over to Judge Cookware.
Thank you to Pam and Judge for sending me this to review, my gravy and sauces will be much less trouble from now on! 

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