On 4/30/2018 at 3:49 PM, JoNorvelleWalker said:
Three quart is too small. And I needed something that would go in the dishwasher. Plus the last thing I'd want in a stockpot is conductive sides. The Demeyere looks more like what I wanted, thanks, but it is still too small (Fissler also sells an asparagus pot). I wished to be able to simmer stock on the back burner of my stove, which is 8 inch diameter. My new Fissler pot works well for that purpose, not that it was cheap.
Sorry, I was responding to your statement: "I found tall stockpots less than 9 liter are like hens' teeth. Supposedly Demeyere makes one, but not one that I could find to buy." So I pointed out 2, including the Demeyere.
If a 6Q thin SS is too heavy, I see no alternative but to go smaller. The Demeyere is 4.8Q, BTW.
FWIW, I was comped one of the 3Q Housecopper stockers to review, and it's actually quite useful for back-of-the-stove/continuous kitchen use. I've been after the company to offer a pasta/blanching insert for it.
If you like Fissler, you should check out the prices at the Spanish eBay--MUCH cheaper.