The recalled stainless steel cookware set includes a frying pan that can come apart and cause burns.

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Some of Martha Stewart's products are neglecting to do part of their job, which is basically to cook food and not burn people.

Macy's has recalled two frying pans from her product line after reports of them breaking and causing burns as a result, according to The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Customers said that metal discs on the pans popped off and caused bruises, burns and welts. The USCPC received seven reports of the discs popping off before the recent recall.

The affected pans are the 8-inch and 10-inch frying pans sold in the Martha Stewart Collection 10-piece stainless steel cookware set.

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UPC numbers 0733003518899, 0733003623326, 0766370840959 or 0766370980334 can be found on the product packaging or purchase receipt. The sets, which cost about $170, were sold at Macy’s Inc. stores and website for four years until September. They were also sold on military bases for $90.

Customers should stop using the pans and return them to Macy's for store credit, or receive a full refund if purchases at a military base.