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Old 09-21-2007, 04:36 PM   #11
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BAUMALU Cooper Cookware's has a website

The question seems to be Who this company is - well unlike us here in America the French are less direct but no less cleaver. I have found the website but they won't let me post it but use a search engine with the nationality of the company and the words "old" and "new"

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Old 12-11-2007, 08:10 PM   #12
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Sorry to disappoint, but I didn't post about the Falk Factory, I was trying
to post the website for Baumalu Copper Cookware but you have to be a Senior
Cook I believe before you can post websites. You see I had encountered the
same problem as many others, Who was this company and where was there
website that I might see for myself. The website for this company is
w.french-old-and-new.cmo this looks to be a charming place to check out if
your in the neighborhood. But, as for the Falk Factory I am sorry. You may
check with "wysiwyg" and "Robo410" both mentioned the Falk Factory. Also, in
reading, "GuyGella" seems to be familiar with Paris he/she may be able to
assist you with some first hand information.
I hope you have a safe and wonderful time in Brussels, and France should
your travels take you there also. And, I shall look forward to hearing of
your trip when you return.

Have a Merry Christmas or a Happy Hanukkah
M. Dugger

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Old 12-11-2007, 11:19 PM   #13
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I own Baumalu pans, they are 2.2/2.3 mm thick cooper lined with tin. I mistakenly said that I own 5 pieces (I own 7) and they are really good. However, I take care of them properly (no high heat on an empty pan, hand washing, no metal spoons, etc.)
They come lacquered to avoid cooper tarnishing during shipping, the lacquer can be removed with a cotton embebbed with acetone and washing afterwards.
I don't know if the company has a website, they are suppliers to commercial equipment in France and the rest of Europe and as I said, they perform great. I purchased 5 of these pans in a shop near Poitiers in France, the other 2 in a Home Goods store in Michigan.
I also have 3 sauciers from Falk Culinaire that I bought at thier factory in Wespelaar, Belgium. These are 1.5 mm thick cooper with 0.2 mm SS and also are great, very similar to Mauviel since Falk manufactures the raw material (Cu+SS) for both products.

Seems like you are replying to somebody. I was also asked about directions to the Falk factory earlier, I already provided them in detail. With the decline of the Dollar I wonder how expensive they are now. Back 5 yrs. ago they were about 50/60% off USA prices.

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