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Old 02-23-2008, 08:03 PM   #21
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I wouldn't think that a helper handle would be necessary for a 3 quart pot or pan of any kind.
I would welcome a "helper" handle on any pan because I have arthritis and carpal tunnel in my hands/wrists.
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Don't forget to check out Canadian Tire, Meg. We have often found their prices and quality more than competitive. Also, if you want to shop on line, you can buy Paderno, which is pretty expensive, but which you can leave to your children. And it is made in Canada.
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Don't forget to check out Canadian Tire, Meg. We have often found their prices and quality more than competitive. Also, if you want to shop on line, you can buy Paderno, which is pretty expensive, but which you can leave to your children. And it is made in Canada.
I'll check CT and I'm going to check HomeSense since they get brand name clearouts there too. Thanks for the tip. We'll see what I can find tomorrow.
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