Available in Red or Black, the 10-Piece Set Will Retail for $199CHICAGO, March 12, 2006 – As show-stopping as America’s Favorite Chef himself, the new Enamel Set from Emeril Lagasse, through his partnership with All-Clad, combines heavy-gauge aluminum with an enamel exterior for sizzling style in the kitchen. Available June 1st for $199, the Enamel 10-Piece Set will be offered in red and black.Introduced in 2000, Emerilware has grown to include such items as the Stainless and Hard-Anodized cookware lines, specialty pieces such as the Tagine, the One Pot and the Cast Iron Smoker, bakeware, tools, and now the Enamel Sets.“I wanted to continue to expand the Emerilware line with a collection that offered consumers the benefits of non-stick aluminum cookware, as well as pizzazz with the bold coloring of porcelain enamel red and black,” said Lagasse. “Aluminum cookware is known for its ability to hold heat well and its durability. In addition, my Enamel Set has the design elements for which Emerilware is known– and who can resist its good looks!”The 10-piece set includes 8” and 10” Fry Pans, 1-, 2- and 3-qt. Sauce Pans with Lids, and an 8” Stock Pot with Lid. The sauce pans in the Enamel Set are designed to incorporate flared lips for controlled serving, and the tempered glass lids have an integrated strainer function, making pouring out the water after cooking vegetables or pasta easy. The durable non-stick coating means that the cookware cleans up without a problem.Available in June, the Emerilware Enamel collection is ideal for combining style and functionality in the kitchen.About All-Clad MetalcraftersBased in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, All-Clad Metalcrafters offers five lines of premium quality cookware at major department and specialty stores nationwide, along with premium quality kitchen tools and a wide assortment of kitchen accessories. All-Clad products are widely admired and sought after by top restaurant chefs and serious home cooks seeking all-professional equipmen to enhance their cooking experience. For more information, visit www.allclad.com or call 1-800-ALL-CLAD.