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Old 03-18-2011, 09:56 AM   #11
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And then there is the 10 piece Simply Calphalon sets in Hard Annodized and S/S, either for $135.99

Calphalon Simply Hard Anodized 10-Pc Cookware Set SA10H

Calphalon Cookware Set 1757697

The 10 piece Rachel Ray (not a big fan of her colors and not swayed by celebrity named stuff), for $109.99 (after a $40 mail in rebate)

Rachael Ray 13486 Orange 10Piece Set Porcelain Enamel

And the Kitchenaid 10 piece sets in S/S and Hard Annodized for $159.00 and both also come with a bonus 4qt covered sauce pan.

KitchenAid 10pc Stainless Steel Cookware Set-75656 75656 at Kitchen Collection's Cookware Section

Talk about information overload.

Of I could just forgo the NEX and hit Bed Bath and Beyond (got a 20% off coupon for them but they have even more options to confuse me with.
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Old 03-20-2011, 04:48 PM   #12
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hello

i mostly cook with SS interior. i have 3 types.. copper+SS; tri-ply(Cuisinart Mulitclad); Aluminium-Disk+SS .. my experience is that the copper+SS & tri-ply outperform the Alum-disk+SS by enough of an amount to make the tri-ply a better choice. sides of the alum-disk+SS tend to heat differently from bottom and sometimes oil gets burnt which means more hard-cleaning. more importantly, food might come out a bit less evenly on saute items. note. for liquid dishes (sauces,soups) the alum-disk is fine. so i would wait till you get the Cuinsiart multiclad set on sale (alternatively, Tramontina has some good tri-ply at really good prices).
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