Insta-famous nonstick cookware that saves you serious cabinet space.
About Our Place
The maker of the non-stick and non-toxic 8 in 1 pan and other aesthetically pleasing kitchen appliances and dishes.
Why We Love Them
- Mission-minded, founder has co-founded an organization called The Malala Fund that works to provide access to schooling to girls around the world
- Products just as ethical and sustainable as they are stylish
- Products made from recyclable and non-toxic materials
- Partnered with Feeding America to help ensure that no one goes hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Science & The Soul
Lo’ and behold, this shapeshifting sauce pan is in fact, not sorcery. It truly is a deep fryer, skillet, sauce pan, and sauté pan all-in-one and can sear, braise, saute, fry and boil. This best-selling, Instagram-famous pan does the job of eight pans. Can you believe it? The Always Pan wasn’t coined the most buzz-worthy kitchen staple of 2020 for nothing: it has a stainless steel steamer basket for veggies (or dumplings, we’re not judging), a nesting beechwood spatula attached, an easy-pour spout, ridges that catch condensation and a lid that releases steam when you want and locks when you don’t. Deep enough to boil soup and shallow enough to flip an egg, this pan is just as multi-facetted as it is aesthetic.
It’s available in six beautifully-muted matte tones making this non-toxic, non-stick pan, designed to steal the kitchen spotlight. Most conventional non-stick pans contain toxic endocrine disruptors that end up in your bloodstream, leading to possible long-term chronic issues. Not the Our Place pans. Our Place nixes harmful materials like PFOAs, PTFEs, lead, and other PFAs and opts for a non-toxic, non-stick ceramic coating instead. Their full kitchen collection—featuring speckled side bowls, drinking glasses and main plates—are effortlessly stackable and perfect for everyday use alongside their innovative Always Pan.
We’re not alone when we say the key to our hearts is through our stomachs. There’s simply no better way to express gratitude, than by cooking someone your love, their favorite meal. Our Place is breaking down the barriers to cooking, making it possible for anyone to whip up cultural cuisine and recreate dishes native to countries, thousands of miles away.
For Shiza, It’s always been more than pots and pans. Our Place invests in telling stories about real people with an aim to celebrate traditions as well as create new ones. The company works with sustainable materials, female artisans and is rooted in activism. Before she was a cookware entrepreneur, Shiza co-founded an organization called The Malala Fund which empowers education, providing schooling access to girls around the world. Clearly, Shiza has recognized her place in the world to change things for the better and work create a more inclusive world one pan at a time.