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Old 12-17-2005, 11:09 AM   #11
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Yes, that's the one!

But they got a nerve charging another $20.00 for the glass lid!!! That means a total of $50.00 if you want the pan and the lid!! I'll pass!!

And BTW, GB, they'll be teaching me how to flip food in a frying pan when I start my training in the Culinary Arts class. But thanks for the heads-up.
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Old 12-18-2005, 09:14 AM   #12
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I've tried nonstick pans before, and yes thay do make cooking easier, and a pain in the butt to use, too. when I was house-sitting for a friend, i used a metal scraper to stir some meat in the pan, ruining it. The next time mom picked me up for a class, I had her bring a cast-iron skillet with her. And the I love those things! We've had them for years, and they still work perfectly. I grease the pan with a little bit of oil or butter when the pan is hot, pour in the food, and cook away! They're even great in the oven, too. I reccomend people get those, instead of nonstick. And the 'gimmick pans' don't really work either. I got to try the 'perfect pancake' maker while sitting, and the pancakce were sticking slightly. after greasing the surface, the cake slid out the side, covering the stove with uncooked batter. Messy, Messy. Messy.
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Old 12-18-2005, 05:09 PM   #13
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Yes, that's the one!

But they got a nerve charging another $20.00 for the glass lid!!! That means a total of $50.00 if you want the pan and the lid!! I'll pass!!

And BTW, GB, they'll be teaching me how to flip food in a frying pan when I start my training in the Culinary Arts class. But thanks for the heads-up.
Corey123 I sent you a PM. Did you get it?
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Old 12-19-2005, 05:58 AM   #14
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Yes. I sent you a reply.

This pan is also now available at Chefs Catalog. I just saw it in the catalog that I got yesterday.


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Old 01-02-2006, 12:10 AM   #15
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Thanks, GB. This is the one. You guys are awesome! I'll also try Macy's here.
Actually, I bought a small wok looking pan from Longs and spent most of my holiday time off practicing "flipping" in my kitchen. hehehe ,...
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Old 01-02-2006, 08:48 AM   #16
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I got to try the 'perfect pancake' maker while sitting, and the pancakce were sticking slightly.
What are pancakce like bro?

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