About us

Philipiak Milano 1967 uses more than half a century of experience in the production of this exclusive brand, which includes a number of prestigious products. The Philipiak Milano 1967 Brand is uniquely designed with a focus on high quality, exclusive style, and good health. Most importantly, all Philipiak Milano 1967 cookware pieces are made with the highest quality grade stainless steel. Our company also offers fine cutlery, modern forged knives, and porcelain dining sets. And, Philipiak Milano 1967 regularly introduces new product lines and expands its culinary range. Due to the special care of the direct relationship with each customer, Philipiak Milano 1967 strongly maintains the trust and loyalty of our patrons.

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While many of us enjoy eating fried foods, we know that fried food isn’t’ good for our health. Fortunately, there is a healthier way to fry! Instead of adding oil, just use the fat that is found in the food itself. Fat- Free Frying is possible with Philipiak Milano cookware, using our Royal and Classic Frying Pans. Our Frying Pans are made of the highest quality steel. They have thick, accuthermal, pea-textured bottoms, and spherical lids. All of these features help to bring out the natural flavors of food without the need to use fat or salt.

Philipiak Milano 1967 Products are made of 316L Surgical Steel and Stainless Chromium-Nickel Steel Cr-Ni 18/10. This metal ensures strength, durability, and high quality use. As research develops regarding the material used in forging cookware, it has become much more common place to find these valuable metals in the kitchen as they are extremely resistant to bacteria and do not transfer harmful substances or impurities into food. Further, this high quality steel is guaranteed not to react chemically with food and the inner surfaces have a satin finish to allow for easy cleaning.

#1 – YOUR COOKWARE IS HAVING AN UNWANTED CHEMICAL REACTION WITH YOUR FOOD Many pots and pans have a less than favorable, sometimes even dangerous, chemical reaction with the foods you cook in them. Aluminum pots, for example, are known for adding odors and changing the color of certain vegetables. Copper, a naturally and potentially poisonous metal, must be lined with other materials and checked often to make sure the copper is not having direct contact with your food. Even iron cookware can encourage oxidation in your body and deliver excessive amounts of iron into your food. And, nonstick surfaces, when scratched, can expose your food to synthetic polymers associated with certain health issues. Regardless of your cookware’s material, always check for any chips or scratches, as this is an indicator that metals could be making their way into your meals. #2 – YOUR COOKWARE EXPOSES YOUR FOOD TO TOO MUCH HEAT FOR TOO LONG All foods experience some nutrient loss when exposed to heat. Specifically, a recent study in the Journal of Food Science reported that many nutrients are heat-sensitive and are destroyed when exposed to heat for a prolonged period. The key, then, is to expose foods to the proper temperatures for the least amount of time possible. Typical cookware makes it difficult to cook at the optimal temperature. More often than not, we overcook our foods to make sure they are fully cooked; exposing them to heat that is too high for much longer periods of time than are necessary. Cookware that doesn’t heat quickly and that cooks unevenly only increases the amount of nutrients lost while cooking. #3 – YOUR COOKWARE DESIGN & MATERIAL FORCES YOU TO COOK IN UNHEALTHY FAT FOR FOOD TO TASTE GOOD No one denies that frying food is one of, if not THE, unhealthiest ways you can prepare any type of food. Frying increases your fat and caloric intake, especially if you bread food before frying. Yet, there are many of us who resort to frying as our primary way of cooking up our favorite meals, because otherwise they just don’t taste right to us. Further, we often add unnecessary oils and butter to otherwise healthy meals. It may not seem like much, but it’s surprising how easily the fats in these oils stack up.

Please, be sure to visit our blog for new deliciously healthy recipes each week. Philipiak Milano 1967 is dedicated to helping you cook healthier meals and improve your quality of life.