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Old 03-05-2011, 10:09 PM   #1
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Gordon Ramsay Pans

Been watching gordon ramsay's videos on youtube and in most of his videos he uses this beautiful frying pan with a metal handle with a very thin and elegant profile. I've attached a screenshot. I can hardly make out the brand which you can see on the handle of the screenshot.

Does anyone know what brand it is?

I already know about his royal doulton line and it's not it.

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Old 03-05-2011, 10:35 PM   #2
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Funny you should ask this question...I too, after watching countless cooking shows, really wish that they would include WHICH particular pan/brand that they are using would help me out bundles. I watched a couple of days ago an episode of Bobby Flays "Brunch w/Bobby" (I THINK thats the name anyhow), &, he cracked 3 eggs into this pan &, after a few miinutes, he picked the pan up, gave it a jiggle, &, tossed all 3 eggs onto the other side - it was magnificent, &, I was flabbergasted!!...NONE of MY pans do that...I just want to know what kind of pan he used soooo much!
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Old 03-06-2011, 01:49 AM   #3
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They cant be GR originals they dont have dents.
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Old 03-08-2011, 05:32 PM   #4
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They generally use whatever the sponsoring brand of the program is. They supply the pans, and Gordon uses them.

I seriously doubt he'd use non-stick so much otherwise.
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to me it looks like it says 22.5 on the handle .. if that's cm, that equals 8.86 inches.

I am searching thru Google Products "stainless skillet restaurant -set" .. and found this:

http://www.bestwishes.net/42285308.html?productid=42285308&channelid=FROOG


edit: the one I found looks more angular than rounded on the sides

edit 2: video pic pan looks to be aluminum nonstick

edit 3: this looks to be pretty close
http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden...6/product.html
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Old 10-04-2012, 05:13 PM   #6
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Mr Ramsys Pans

Hi

I have no idea if you still want to know what is the name of that frying pan its vogue here is the link

Vogue Black Iron Fry Pan. 255mm (10"). GD064 | eBay

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Old 10-07-2012, 12:12 PM   #7
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i too am looking for that kind of pan

around 8 inches or so in diameter

metal handle

non stick, like the ones he used in his "training videos" from the F word

and are able to go from the hob (such as flambe ) to the oven

i have yet to see these pans in the states

there is a tart tartin recipe i really want to do and it starts on the stove top and goes into a 500F degree oven

any help would be most appreciated...thank you all!!
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Old 10-07-2012, 12:20 PM   #8
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found this as i was looking for something else....could this he it??

De Buyer Choc Non-Stick Aluminum Frypan Frying Pans - BakeDeco.Com

i just dont see how high a temp they can take or if they can flambe
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Old 10-07-2012, 02:26 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Midnight_Merlot View Post
Funny you should ask this question...I too, after watching countless cooking shows, really wish that they would include WHICH particular pan/brand that they are using would help me out bundles. I watched a couple of days ago an episode of Bobby Flays "Brunch w/Bobby" (I THINK thats the name anyhow), &, he cracked 3 eggs into this pan &, after a few miinutes, he picked the pan up, gave it a jiggle, &, tossed all 3 eggs onto the other side - it was magnificent, &, I was flabbergasted!!...NONE of MY pans do that...I just want to know what kind of pan he used soooo much!
I don't know if it is the pan used in the programme you mention but I have bought an " Infinite Circulon" hard anodised with steel base pan, and you can do that (if you can toss that is). It's really brilliant. Infinite Circulon - Cookware - the ultimate problem solver dishwasher safe & induction suitable
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an addition to #7

here is a great example of what i was mentioning



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