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Amazon.com has Calphalon Contemporary Hard-Anodized Aluminum Nonstick 10" & 12" Omelette Fry Pan Set (2018986) on sale for $31.96. Shipping is free. Thanks NatasG
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This excellant 2 Pc Fry pan set is back and an even better price of $31.96 at Amazon as a deal of the day. Enjoy!

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Heavy-gauge aluminum construction ensures even heating and is hard-anodized for durability. It also makes it dishwasher-safe.
Interior includes three layers of nonstick coating - two layers provide durability and the third layer offers easy release performance.
The long, brushed stainless steel handles are designed to stay cool on the stovetop. Pans and covers are also oven safe, making it ideal for finishing a gourmet dish.
Flat, wide bottoms heat evenly and provide plenty of room for cooking. The sloped sides are designed for easy tossing and rolling.
The nonstick fry pan surface means you can cook healthier using less fat, with effortless cleanup. Comes with Calphalon full Lifetime warranty.
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I just ordered these on Monday for $40 so I called Amazon and asked if they'd do a price adjustment and the answer was NO. They said we stopped doing price adjustments for post shipped products.

But they suggested me to buy this for this price and return that for free. That's a clear loss to them by doing that instead of adjusting the price but hey I'm not complaining. You have your reasons...
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Stainless: You'll need to cook with oil. Heat the pan empty until water sprinkled into it "dances" in little balls. Add the oil and heat until just smoking, then add your food. This makes it mostly non-stick. After cooking, deglaze the pan while still hot to get stuck on food off. Use Bar Keepers Friend to clean any haze off the pans. Don't use steel wool, as you'll kill the finish.

Cast Iron: I gave up. After hours of seasoning, cooking, eventually stripping the seasoning (I had a tub of lye solution in my garage to remove the messed up seasoning and take a pan back to bare cast iron...I felt like kitchen Heisenberg LMAO) and re-seasoning, I finally accepted that cast iron and I will never be friends. I can do most of what I want with stainless, and I use non-stick for those applications where stainless isn't "non-stick" enough. Others use cast iron just fine...I'm just deficient in it somehow.
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great price. this set was just a FP deal for $40 the other day.
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Best pans I've used. Last a while too. Just spent 36 at Macys
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Great deal! And lifetime replacement warranty!
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I just ordered these on Monday for $40 so I called Amazon and asked if they'd do a price adjustment and the answer was NO. They said we stopped doing price adjustments for post shipped products.

But they suggested me to buy this for this price and return that for free. That's a clear loss to them by doing that instead of adjusting the price but hey I'm not complaining. You have your reasons...
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Don't trust any non-stick coatings... use stainless or cast iron and learn how to cook.

From Amazon:
Question: What material is used in the nonstick coating?
Answer: we have our own nonstick formula but we do not use Teflon like some cookware lines.

Whatever it is, it will start to flake off in the near future.
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Don't trust any non-stick coatings... use stainless or cast iron and learn how to cook.
as far as non-stick goes these are some of the best, but I agree. the stainless steel version of these are just as good and have gone on sale for as little as $25 for the set.
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Great deal! And lifetime replacement warranty!
How do you get the lifetime replacement cause I need 1-2 of my calphalon pans replace?
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How do you get the lifetime replacement cause I need 1-2 of my calphalon pans replace?
If you have a model that has a lifetime warranty, not all of their models have it. Otherwise, go to their web site and find the return form, ship it back to them.
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Don't trust any non-stick coatings... use stainless or cast iron and learn how to cook.

From Amazon:
Question: What material is used in the nonstick coating?
Answer: we have our own nonstick formula but we do not use Teflon like some cookware lines.

Whatever it is, it will start to flake off in the near future.
Any tips you can offer on "how" to cook w/ stainless or cast iron?

I'm weary of non-stick also.
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Any tips you can offer on "how" to cook w/ stainless or cast iron?

I'm weary of non-stick also.
Season pan
Use an adequate and appropriate fat source during cooking
Control heat
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If you have a model that has a lifetime warranty, not all of their models have it. Otherwise, go to their web site and find the return form, ship it back to them.
It might not be worth it shipping these heavy pans back if we're taking about this particular set.
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Use an adequate and appropriate fat source during cooking
Control heat
Have you made pancakes and crepes in a cast iron? I'm interested. Considering buying these...
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Any tips you can offer on "how" to cook w/ stainless or cast iron?

I'm weary of non-stick also.
Stainless: You'll need to cook with oil. Heat the pan empty until water sprinkled into it "dances" in little balls. Add the oil and heat until just smoking, then add your food. This makes it mostly non-stick. After cooking, deglaze the pan while still hot to get stuck on food off. Use Bar Keepers Friend to clean any haze off the pans. Don't use steel wool, as you'll kill the finish.

Cast Iron: I gave up. After hours of seasoning, cooking, eventually stripping the seasoning (I had a tub of lye solution in my garage to remove the messed up seasoning and take a pan back to bare cast iron...I felt like kitchen Heisenberg LMAO) and re-seasoning, I finally accepted that cast iron and I will never be friends. I can do most of what I want with stainless, and I use non-stick for those applications where stainless isn't "non-stick" enough. Others use cast iron just fine...I'm just deficient in it somehow.
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