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Old 12-13-2013, 01:31 PM   #11
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Another vote for allclad here.. If your budget can be stretched they offer a copper chefs line but my preference is for the ltd. The anodized exterior makes clean up a snap.
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Old 12-14-2013, 01:53 PM   #12
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I like aluminum. Its nice and thick. Anodized aluminum is the way I would go.
I also saw a set of stainless at Costco last week. Beautiful and nice and heavy. Well worth the money IMO.
They also have a two non-stick saute pan set for $29.00. A 10" and a 8" non-stick. Very good value.
It's their signature brand "Kirkland". If thats all I had to go on, I would buy them.
In fact, both of those pans are on my Santa list.
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I like aluminum. Its nice and thick. Anodized aluminum is the way I would go.
I also saw a set of stainless at Costco last week. Beautiful and nice and heavy. Well worth the money IMO.
They also have a two non-stick saute pan set for $29.00. A 10" and a 8" non-stick. Very good value.
It's their signature brand "Kirkland". If thats all I had to go on, I would buy them.
In fact, both of those pans are on my Santa list.
I saw the 2 Kirkland non-stick sauté pans. About ten feet up the aisle, there was a Tramontina 3-pack for around the same price. It's getting close to the time I need to replace my last 3-pack. It's about 10-12 years old. With prices like that, I may have to do it sooner rather than later.
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