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All-Clad 11" Hard Anodized Nonstick Square Griddle EXPIRED

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11" Sq Grill Nonstick [bloomingdales.com] $31.99
11" Sq Griddle Nonstick [bloomingdales.com] $31.99
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Good price, as it's 39.99 everywhere else. Nothing beats cast iron though for high heat though. Nonstick pans like these are recommended to go to medium only on stovetop, so that you don't ruin the nonstick coating.
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Have the non-stick version of this, a good cheesy way to get some nice grill marks on the salmon..
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Is this different than a pre-seasoned cast iron? If so, how?
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good price but it's way hard to clean properly.... (grill model)
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Is this different than a pre-seasoned cast iron? If so, how?
This requires less maintenance but won't give as good a result for high heat searing. This can't handle metal utensils. Cast iron can be used as bullet proof armor and can always be reseasoned. If grilling a steak in doors nothing beats cast iron.
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Available at many places at around $40, so this is an okay deal.
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Certainly not a "front page" deal when it's under $40 on Amazon every day with free 2-day shipping. It's a good pan, but it's not really the regularly $155 price they say.
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Thinking about getting one since my family always uses one for warming up some tortillas....does this one warp like so many others do? We use ours at slightly above medium like 60% heat and they always warp a bit.

I'm hoping since this is a more known premium brand it won't do that. Anybody know?
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that won't jack up the non stick coating?
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Thinking about getting one since my family always uses one for warming up some tortillas....does this one warp like so many others do? We use ours at slightly above medium like 60% heat and they always warp a bit.

I'm hoping since this is a more known premium brand it won't do that. Anybody know?
wouldn't you want a round one for tortillas? I've never seen an allclad warp. My cheap stuff I use for frying eggs and heating tortillas get warped after some time but usually by that time the non stick coating is jacked up so I toss them in the trash.
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