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Old 01-17-2007, 05:29 AM   #11
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To the original poster. If you belong to Sam's or Costco they have their brand knockoffs that you would enjoy immensely for about $149. They also have others that are even less. I would not get teflon lined (similar to Silverstone) but there are non-stick coatings on some that are VERY durable. My Sam's knockoff Calphalon is such and has been great.
Shop on Amazon--the Outlet, Today's Deals, or on Friday, the Friday Sale. Also Bed, Bath, and Beyond has sets, and usually a 20% off coupon on week-ends. You will REALLY enjoy a nice set of heavier weight pans--it makes a huge difference. But you don't have to spend mega bucks--until you are ready to do so!! Addiction does come into it sometimes!!
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Old 01-31-2007, 06:15 PM   #12
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Nothing sticks to my stainless or cast iron but eggs will stick, trust me.
I agree with the other two replies to this: With just a little bit of butter, eggs glide around on my cast iron pans as well as or better than any teflon cookware I've ever used.
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