Master Pan asks a good question: why use 5 pans to make a great meal when you only need one? But a better question might be: why use any pans to make a great meal when the girlfriend you just moved in with has Chinese, Thai, Mexican, and pizza takeout without a block of her building?
However, for those of you who dig sweating over a hot stove, or are actually interested in what goes into the food you're eating, the Master Pan might be a good buy. As evidenced in the photos, you can cook all elements of a variety of delicious meals in the skillet's segmented compartments. Like a bacon cheeseburger with a side of baked beans and...chicken kebabs? Mmmm, looks good. Or a pair of salmon fillets with wild rice and mixed vegetables. Mmmm, looks like I'd definitely rather have Thai takeout.
The Master Pan divided skillet is made of 100% die-cast aluminum with a heavy gauge bottom to distribute heat flow evenly. Its Bakelite handle is oven safe to 350 Degree F for 1 hour.