Amazon Once Again Has Problems Classifying Basic Cookware

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Amazon is an admirable company. It stands with Ivanka Trump. It makes Oscar-nominated movies. Every day, it offers amazing deals.

Yet, for the life of them, the company seems incapable of categorizing basic cookware. Last week, I wrote about how a 67-percent off griddle is somehow listed as the #1 bestselling tagine. (In researching that piece, I also learned what a tagine is). Now, Amazon is back at it again. This popular skillet is 58 percent off. Seventy-four percent of reviewers have given it 5 out of 5 stars. All great. It’s a #1 bestseller. Perfect. It’s the #1 bestseller in the category of “lasagna pans.” Wait, what?

Look at this and let me know if you’ve ever in your life seen lasagna in this shape:

Normally $60, this skillet is 58 percent off. But it's not a lasagna pan (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $60, this skillet is 58 percent off. But it’s not a lasagna pan (Photo via Amazon)

Stainless Steel Skillet with Glass Cover, 12 Inch, Induction Compatible, 30 x 6.8 cm, Multipurpose Use for Home Kitchen or Restaurant on sale for $24.99

Come on, Amazon, that’s not a lasagna pan. That’s a skillet. It may have “multipurpose use.” But none of its uses are “making lasagna.”

It’s okay, Amazon, I still like you. And I really like that price.

This is not lasagna (Photo via Amazon)

This is not lasagna (Photo via Amazon)

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