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#197145 - 01/05/10 02:16 PM Re: What's a good cookware to buy? [Re: Dee]
Ellemm Offline

Registered: 11/04/08
Posts: 601
I have very cheap and very expensive: All-Clad saucepots and a small frying pans and larger cast-iron frying pans. Works for me. Yes, they do cost a lot, but have been well worth it. But I also love cast iron. It's nearly indestructible and you can bake with it.

#197702 - 01/14/10 12:44 AM Re: What's a good cookware to buy? [Re: Dee]
chatty lady Offline

Registered: 02/24/04
Posts: 20267
Loc: Nevada
Chefs Emeril, Wolfgang Puck and now Paula Dean have cookware for sale. All looks like it would be wonderful to cook with.
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#197804 - 01/14/10 01:45 PM Re: What's a good cookware to buy? [Re: chatty lady]
Sandpiper Offline

Registered: 06/19/05
Posts: 1158
Loc: Kissimmee, Florida
I know where you are on this Dee. My pans finally died! I am looking for another great set that won't put me in the poor house. I've been looking around and mostly they are so very expensive that I'm just doing with what I have at the moment. I'm glad I read this post, it will give me a starting point. Thanks!
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#198561 - 01/27/10 12:56 AM Re: What's a good cookware to buy? [Re: Sandpiper]
Dee Offline

Registered: 06/27/05
Posts: 2561
Loc: Alabama
I'm still looking...I do a lot of cooking so I guess I have to put that into consideration.
Sandpiper...let me know what you come up with...
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#198576 - 01/27/10 01:28 PM Re: What's a good cookware to buy? [Re: Dee]
Dotsie Offline

Registered: 07/09/08
Posts: 23647
Loc: Maryland
We have Calphalon. While I like it, it does have its draw backs. Someone inevitably uses metal spoons which ruins them. The other thing I don't like is that they can't go in the dishwasher.
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#199203 - 02/06/10 12:38 AM Re: What's a good cookware to buy? [Re: Dotsie]
chatty lady Offline

Registered: 02/24/04
Posts: 20267
Loc: Nevada
Ladies, no one cooks and bakes more than me and stainless steel is the very best. You can use the he// out of it and it lasts, and lasts and lasts. Now if it gets dingy after a time, simply fill with soapy water and add a drop or three of Clorox and BAM, as good as new in no time...
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