In an expert kitchen, “mise en place” means to setup is the term chefs use to narrate the way of setting their stations before starting service. Materials and Construction: Misen stainless steel and non-stick pans feature 5-ply construction with an 18/10 stainless steel exterior and interior and a triple-layer aluminum core for superior heat conduction. It’s heavy and well-made, weighing 42 oz. It looked better made than those cheap pans that come from the As Seen on TV conglomerate and we thought we’d give it a try. Misen Cookware Review. Our top pick is the All-Clad 4110 NS R2 Non-Stick Fry Pan (available at Amazon for $149.95) which is a high-quality non-stick pan that’s just right for the day-to-day tasks of your kitchen. On orders over $75, free shipping is offered. I didn’t try that but I did make the best omelet and crispy bacon I’ve ever cooked. The 10” Misen pan compares favorably with our Allclad 10” pan. Misen is a tribute to mise en place, with the company declaring that Misen cookware is intended to assist you with cooking better by setting up quality utensils. We had a harder time finding a winner for the best traditional nonstick pan because so many performed well and came with rave staff reviews. But, Made In supports their steel with a lifetime warranty, where Misen does not offer a warranty.More broadly, Made In’s line also includes a non-stick skillet, where Misen is just stainless steel. Misen’s cookware has a 5-star average rating based on 338 reviews. The difference in cooking between the two skillets was minimal — I preferred the Made In skillet’s ($75) handle and would give a very slight advantage to the Misen’s heat retention. The Misen Nonstick Pan, which has been heavily advertised on the Internet and FB seemed a possible candidate. These are the best non-stick pans we tested ranked, in order: All-Clad 4110 NS R2 Non-Stick Fry Pan; Scanpan Classic 9.5 Inch Fry Pan In addition to cookware, Misen produces high-quality kitchen knives (check out my Misen Chef’s Knife review to learn more). What owners say. Also available from Misen are larger, more expensive sets, as well as knives and open stock including stainless steel and nonstick skillets in 8-, 10-, and 12-inch sizes. And the inner rivets … The Misen Nonstick Skillet promo page (it’s not yet listed on their mail order product page) has some fun details and videos including a sunny side up egg skittering across the skillet, like a leaf in a pond, as a guy blows on it. The Nordic Ware’s surface isn’t as smooth to the touch as that of our top pick, but nonetheless, the eggs and crepes slid out of this pan with no effort.