ISO "Techniques" cookware, please help.
My sister has a set of 4 small round pans. They are Techniques hard anodized and she got them several years ago. They are 6 1/4" with little curved handles end are great for one-serving sized cooking. She uses them on top of the stove as well as in the oven. They are perfect for cooking just one egg!!!
I have looked the website over and called customer service, resulting in NO luck!!!
Do you know where I might find these??? I would even consider a used set!!
Hi, again, Gran.
I just did a Google search for "buy Techniques cookware" and what came up were listings for it at QVC. I've never shopped QVC so I can't advise any further but, perhaps, you can find some cookware that is similar or equal to what you are looking for by doing the same search I did.
Good luck with your quest.
They were a QVC thing, so no telling who made them or if they'll ever appear again. There's an 11-piece set on eBay, trying yet again to get $190. It can't be anything special. It's just generic hard anodized cookware. In fact, they look almost exactly like Cuisinart Chef's Classic. $20 for a 1-1/2 quart pan on Amazon.
Amazon.com: Cuisinart 619-16 Chef's Classic Nonstick Hard-Anodized 1-1/2-Quart Saucepan with Lid: Kitchen & Dining
They make a 6-1/4 inch one quart in the Green Gourmet line for not much more.
Amazon.com: Cuisinart GG19-14 GreenGourmet Hard-Anodized Nonstick 1-Quart Saucepan with Cover: Kitchen & Dining
I did contact QVC and they could not find them. They found an "au gratin" pan that they no longer sell but when I looked that up, it was not what I want.
If you ever run across them, yell!!:wink:
You are right -- on both counts: they are a QVC thing and the odds of seeing them again might be slim to none!!
Thanks for the response. If you ever see something like them, give me a shout!!
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