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Old 11-02-2010, 04:39 PM   #11
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Thanks for the advice. I went for a lodge cast iron skillet. Literally the next day though, I saw a pan that looked and felt very much the same as the one I've just got for about 6. It was in an Indian/Continental supermarket and I didn't see a brand. Is it likely to be any good? How can you tell?
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Old 11-02-2010, 05:07 PM   #12
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Do you have Sam's club near by? They sell a commercial quality pans. You can get a non-stick pan for about $20 bucks. They are pretty good and will work for everything. They have them in every size.
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Thanks for the advice. I went for a lodge cast iron skillet. Literally the next day though, I saw a pan that looked and felt very much the same as the one I've just got for about 6. It was in an Indian/Continental supermarket and I didn't see a brand. Is it likely to be any good? How can you tell?
Can ya take pics of it .. from camera or cell phone?
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