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Old 05-10-2002, 04:55 PM   #1
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Shopping for Cookware...any websites you know of?

Does anyone know of a website that has good cookware at reasonable prices? I'm looking for a good set of pots and pans. Let me know if anyone has any ideas!

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Old 05-10-2002, 06:29 PM   #2
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it would also help if we knew what you thought was good. . . and why you thought you needed a set of pots and pans as oposed to having the right pans for what you cook.
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Old 05-10-2002, 07:25 PM   #3
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Jason

Be sure and check out the link that Brad The Dog left on the post titled:

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And ESPECIALLY read his post to your question as a a full set sometimes does not give you what you actually need.
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Jason,

The only place I have ever bought anything from was www.cookingcompliments.com . They have several sets of pots and pans as well as quite a few other kitchen gadgets. I got a salsa maker and it works great! I'm sure what your price range is but there is a little of everything.

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Thanks Rose Mary,

I have been extremely busy these last couple weeks so I haven't spent much time on the boards. So, not knowing for sure how many times you have come here before, I would like to say Welcome - from me! I can't wait to look at the site you posted - salsa maker? mmmmmm, I think I "need" one!
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Old 05-11-2002, 05:51 PM   #6
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kiitchenelf,

let me know if you try that salsa maker. it is so easy to make small batches of fresh salsa and if you discover any winning combinations of ingredients I would love to know them!

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Old 06-30-2002, 10:53 PM   #7
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Rosemary - great site, thanks for the tip! Never heard of it before.

You could check out Amazon - they seem to have everything and the prices are always competitive. They're running a special now, too. I love shopping there, but if you don't like it for some reason, no prob - just a suggestion! They really do have just about anything you could want, though.
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Does the salsa maker do anything else? I use my thunderstick mixer for making salsa - and it does other things too.
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I have no idea about the salsa maker. My knife is mine :D

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE my stick blender.
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Norma, I LOVE Pace Cilantro salsa - my absolute favorite. I use it in this dip I make with ground beef, black beans, kidney beans, Velveeta, Jack cheese, green chilis, jalapenos, more cilantro, and a couple jars of the Pace. Man, it's good. Just start it in the crockpot and about 1-2 hours later it's ready.

A friend came over one night and we had some. He wanted the recipe. I told him he'd have to fish it out of the trash can AND HE DID!!

I'll have to say God Bless Texas on that one!!!!
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