Calder pans and mixers

Pots, Calders and Mixers: Craftsmanship and Quality in Your Kitchen

Explore our range of copper and stainless steel cauldrons, boilers and stirrers, tinned with edible tin, in our online shop. Bring tradition and durability into your kitchen with high-quality handcrafted tools.

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Made in Italy

Ferraboli mixer, 15 kg. Copper

€ 2.300,00 € 3.538,00
 - 46%
Made in Italy

MIXER Professional k15 liters 15

€ 1.789,00 € 3.294,00
 - 37%
Made in Italy

Electric MIXER Professional K30...

€ 3.480,00 € 5.490,00
 - 45%
Made in Italy
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 - 32%
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 - 34%
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 - 55%
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 - 49%
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 - 34%
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 - 24%
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Pot spare COPPER lt.15

€ 231,00 € 305,00
 - 20%
Made in Italy

Leaky parts Aluminum 30 liters

€ 371,00 € 464,00
 - 30%
Made in Italy

Replacement copper pot K15

€ 119,00 € 170,00
 - 8%
Made in Italy

Replacement copper pot K9

€ 119,00 € 130,00
 - 20%
Made in Italy

Replacement copper pot K30

€ 488,00 € 610,00
 - 24%


The art of Paioli: Tradition and Innovation in Italian Cuisine

In the beating heart of Italian kitchens, the art of cauldrons stands as a monument to tradition and at the same time a bridge to innovation. These historic utensils, once forged in copper and dedicated with devotion to the preparation of polenta, now evolve with elegance to adapt to modern culinary needs. The copper caldera, once at the center of village celebrations and festivals, still continues today to symbolize those moments of conviviality and cultural exchange around the traditional lit fires. But it's not just nostalgia: modern cauldrons, both electric and gas, offer high performance for large preparations, keeping the link with the past alive through the use of stainless steel stirrers that recall the ancient gestures of mixing. Whether it is an authentic tinned copper cauldron or an innovative caldera, each variant embodies the crucial difference between a good dish and a work of gastronomic art. Let yourself be enchanted by the magic of the cauldrons: where every bubble that emerges is testimony to Italian history to be enjoyed and celebrated with every spoonful of polenta.

Copper Paioli: A Dive into History and Use in the Preparation of Polenta

When it comes to Italian cuisine and its thousand-year-old traditions, the copper cauldron occupies a place of honor. This ancient utensil, with a warm and welcoming shine, is synonymous with conviviality and recipes handed down from generation to generation. The copper cauldron is a real dive into history, an object that contains the soul of village celebrations and festivals, where the scent of polenta mixes with that of lit fireplaces and shared laughter. Thanks to its excellent heat conduction capacity, the copper pot ensures uniform cooking of the polenta, that soft creaminess that only artisanal wisdom can guarantee. The tinned boilers, with their stainless steel stirrers, become the faithful companions of the polenta ritual during large preparations, where tradition and taste meet to give life to dishes that are an Italian gastronomic heritage. Furthermore, the difference between caldera and cauldron is not just a question of terminology but reflects different capabilities and specific uses within regional cuisine. Today copper cauldrons continue to be precious allies for those seeking the authentic flavor of the past but with a careful eye on modern culinary needs.

Electric Paioli vs Gas Paioli: Comparison for the Best Result in the Kitchen

When we talk about cauldrons, we immerse ourselves in a world where tradition and innovation meet to give life to authentic and memorable flavours. The choice between electric and gas cauldrons is crucial for those who aspire to the title of master of great preparations, especially when polenta is the protagonist of the table. Copper cauldrons , which have always been a symbol of village celebrations and festivals, are appreciated for their ability to distribute heat evenly. But what to choose between electric and gas? Electric kettles boast unparalleled convenience: set the temperature, and let the kettle do the rest, thus guaranteeing an impeccable result without the need for constant supervision. The most advanced models even include automatic mixers that eliminate the drudgery of constant stirring.

On the other hand, gas kettles offer the manual control that many traditional chefs deem essential to achieve that perfect consistency of polenta, yet require an expert eye and a steady hand in adjusting the flame. Copper boilers , often used in larger preparations during the culinary traditions of our beautiful country, further underline this difference: while electric boilers guarantee ease of use and uniformity in heating, gas ones require in-depth knowledge of your equipment to avoid sudden changes in temperature which could compromise the entire preparation.

The choice between these two types of cauldrons is not only a technical question but also an emotional one: it is a question of deciding whether to embrace the innovation of electric cauldrons or preserve the human warmth that only direct fire can transmit. Both methods have their loyal followers, but which is best will always depend on personal preferences, the context in which you are cooking, and obviously the dish you want to make. Whether you are nostalgic for



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