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Old 03-13-2013, 10:48 PM   #11
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I love my LeCreuset pans (going on 30 years--I have 12 of them). I also have lots of stainless steel pans and cast iron skillets. I do not, however, own non-stick coated pans. I have fibromylgia (sp) and arthritis and do not have a problem (yet) with lifting the LeCreuset or cast iron pans out of the oven (except when I fill the lasagna pan--that can be a bit heavy). I do covet, however, a wall-mount oven and think everyone should have one rather than lifting pans out of a conventional oven that is below a stove.

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Old 04-25-2013, 07:02 PM   #12
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Ok I finally bought a new set of cookware. Has anyone heard of or know anything about BonJour cookware? I found a 10 piece copper clad set of BonJour cookware that seems to be pretty descent. They are stainless with a copper core and seem pretty heavy duty. I see this set being sold around $900.00 - $1100.00. I found a set at Tuesday morning for $599.00 with an additional 60% off. that brought the price down to $240.00. The only thing I know about this set is that they are made in china. If anyone can give me any info or review on them that will be great. Thanks.

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