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Old 02-11-2006, 09:25 AM   #1
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New Cookware

Well,
I moved about 3 weeks back to a new town, new job, ..... and everything else that comes with a move. I have been cooking with a the same set of nonstick everware that I got say, 6 years ago. The TJ Maxx here has about half a store worth of home stuff's.

I bought new pots and pans, Stainless steel triclad. Tramontina brand. They are made in China, but are 18/10 and look just like All-Clad.
Anyway, I now have the following new pots and pans
10" and 12" skillets
1.5 and 4 qt sauce pans with lids
stock pot with a strainer pot and lid that come with it.
a 12" saute pan with lid.

11 pc. set for 178.00.

They are sweet. I'm so excited about them. Just thought I would share.

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Old 02-11-2006, 12:52 PM   #2
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Congratulation's :) I have several pieces of AC most of it are irregulars that I've bought over the net. I've been to the Tramontina site looking at maybe buying an 8 qt. stock pot mainly for spaghetti. But I really dont need it I have a cheap SS I've had for years that works ok. From everything I've read Tramontina is good stuff.
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Neat! It's always so fun to have new things. Enjoy them.
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