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All-Clad 3-Quart Stainless Steel Saute Pan EXPIRED

longmanj9 4,768 59,616 April 19, 2016 at 03:12 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (4) More Bloomingdales Deals
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Promoted 04-21-2016 by johnny_miller at 04:35 PM View Original Post
Bloomingdales.com has All-Clad 3-Quart Stainless Steel Saute Pan + Filler Item on sale for $101.98. Save an additional $25 Off $100+ w/ promo code SHOP25 (apply at checkout) = $76.98. Shipping is free when you are a loyalist member (free to join) or with orders $150+, otherwise shipping is $4. Thanks longmanj9 & thisoneguy

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Written by johnny_miller

This All-Clad saute pan is perfect for browning, searing and finishing a wide range of dishes. It measures at 21"x11.3"x5" w/ stainless steel rivets. 18/10 stainless steel w/ limited lifetime warranty - Discombobulated

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Edited April 21, 2016 at 07:49 AM by longmanj9
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#3
Nice I actually bought the 2 quart saute yesterday and realized later that the size I needed was actually the 3. Nice timing. Thanks!
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Out of stock
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#5
back in stock. I bought mine with a $1.99 cookie cutter filler... lots of options: http://m.bloomingdales.com/shop/s...ile&ppp=20
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#6
Please tell me why these are so expensive. What's so special about them?
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#7
I can't remember the factory seconds prices, is this price better than those times?
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#8
Is it non-stick?
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Quote from k43kf0 View Post :
Please tell me why these are so expensive. What's so special about them?
Instant Gordon Ramsay in a pan! bounce
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Quote from k43kf0 View Post :
Please tell me why these are so expensive. What's so special about them?
Slickdeals has to make some moneyWink
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#11
they are excellent pans. actually those are the "cheap ones" Go check their website. they have sets for 5000. but even these wiil be your last set of pans. we just got a set for our mom....she loves them and threw out everything but her cast irons.
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I can't remember the factory seconds prices, is this price better than those times?
Yeah. IIRC, the factory seconds had a 2 qt saucepan for $110.
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Quote from k43kf0 View Post :
Please tell me why these are so expensive. What's so special about them?
https://www.cooksillustrated.com/...saute-pans
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#14
It's funny, Cooks starts out by saying they don't use this pan very often. This is literally one of my most used All-Clad pans. I typically use it for sauces that involve browning/saut?ing meat (beef, sausage, chicken) and then adding sauce ingredients, so I used it for bolognese, carbonara, tomato/cream-based sausage sauces, chicken marsala, tikka masala, the list goes on. I highly recommend this pan, as it heats evenly and simmers sauces very well without a burn ring you get in a cheaper/thinner pan on a gas range. That said, I've cooked fine in cheaper pans for many years, and still use the cheaper pan for simple things like the bolognese that are less delicate sauces.
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Last edited by nohomers1 April 21, 2016 at 06:15 PM
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OOS for me in NYC!
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