Bernstein to Launch Fagor Line on HSN

LYNDHURST, N.J.-Fagor America's new collection of Cast Iron Lite cookware, developed in conjunction with celebrity chef Michelle Bernstein, will debut on HSN on July 29.

The line consists of a 12-inch chef's pan with a glass lid, a 4.5-quart chicken fryer with a glass lid and a three-quart soup pot with a glass lid. Made with multicoated enamel, the pieces are available in three colors: red, blue and lemon-lime. Bernstein will also spotlight her 3-in-1 stainless steel Electric Multi-Cooker, a six-quart unit that serves as a pressure cooker, slow cooker and rice cooker all in one.

A James Beard award winner, Bernstein owns two restaurants, Michy's and Sra. Martinez, both in South Florida. She is the author of "Cuisine a Latina" and has appeared on "Iron Chef America," "Top Chef," "The Today Show" and "The Martha Stewart Show."

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