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All-Clad Seconds Sale + 20% Off One Item: 14" Thomas Keller BD5 Fry Pan EXPIRED

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HomeandCookSales.com has a Seconds Sale on Select All-Clad Cookware. Use code THANKYOU20 to enter the sale then apply coupon code THANKYOU20 for 20% off one item. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Seconds Quality items will have minor cosmetic scratches and/or dents. There are no defects which will affect the cookware's performance - persian_mafia

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Last Edited by bbblucky November 9, 2017 at 07:39 AM
FYI, the 20% off coupon code will be expired at 5 PM EST 11/9.

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The additional 20% off is on one item only from 9 AM ET until 5 PM ET on 11/09/2017.
You can ONLY have the one item in your cart at checkout for the discount to apply.
Use promo code THANKYOU20 at checkout to receive the 20% off.
THANKYOU20 promo code is only valid on product from 9 AM ET until 5 PM ET on 11/09/2017 and CANNOT be applied to any past orders.
All sales are final and orders CANNOT be canceled including previously placed orders.

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One thing many beginner bakers forget to think about is how their baking pan — glass or metal — is going to react with the ingredients.

The best bakers are meticulous testers and re-testers. They form a hypothesis, conduct the experiment, and based on the result, come to a conclusion. That conclusion could be that that brown sugar rather than white sugar makes your cookies softer and more moist, for instance.

Metal bakeware can withstand higher temperatures than glass, which makes it ideal for foods that bake for a short period of time at a higher temperature. This makes it perfect for using when making baked goods such a cookies, biscuits, cakes, muffins, and breads. Metal bakeware is also preferred when browning foods and quick roasting since it tends to heat up quickly and also cool down relatively fast.

You also want to use a metal dish when broiling at high oven temperature as it can cause glass to shatter. Glass also can shatter if used directly on the stove top so If you are planning to start something on the stove then consider using a metal pot that is safe for both stovetops and ovens.

Glass bakeware has the advantage that it distributes heat more evenly, which will cause your food to likely cook at an even rate. However, glass is a poor conductor of heat so it doesn't heat up quickly but once it has warmed up, it will stay warm long after it's removed from the oven. Use glass dishes when baking with eggs or acidic ingredients (think tomatoes and citrus, think lasagna). The metal pans can react with the acidity and cause foods to discolor or leave a metallic taste.

A disadvantage to glass bakeware is that it isn't able to jump quickly with temperature changes and can even break when experiencing extreme temperature shifts. This isn't common but it's recommended that you never put your glass bakeware directly on the stove burner or under a warmed up broiler.

Something to keep in mind is that you should reduce baking temperature by 25 degrees and check the food often as it may be ready up to ten minutes earlier if you are substituting a glass dish for a metal baking pan. This is because glass doesn't heat up as quickly as metal but will become very hot once heated up.
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picked up a Lasagna pan and mits
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What's the passcode?
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Never mind. Got it
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tempting...but I would wait till the sale opens officially on 11/6. last time the coupon got bumped from %15 to %20 on the official date, and they wont credit you the difference if you bought with 15% coupon (all sales final).
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Any reviews on the WMF Spitzenklasse Plus 6-Piece Knife Block Set?
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Thanks OP, i grabbed a d5 8qt stockpot and 3qt saucepan. Slowly replacing my emerilware I bought 10 years ago with the real stuff Smilie
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Thanks OP, i grabbed a d5 8qt stockpot and 3qt saucepan. Slowly replacing my emerilware I bought 10 years ago with the real stuff Smilie

stock pot is very nice. i just made first with mine for the first time. upgraded from a 6qt henckels one
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stock pot is very nice. i just made first with mine for the first time. upgraded from a 6qt henckels one
I bought the d5 6qt weeknight pan last time, love that thing. I'm hosting Thanksgiving this year for the first time, so will be putting it all to good use.
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Have purchased from them in the past and also from their Factory Seconds store in Jersey. I can tell you that these are almost always brand new items. They just change the name to seconds to keep from angering the stores who are forced to advertise as full MAP pricing. Few people are willing to buy All-Clad at full price, so they end up with too much inventory and have to close it out this way.
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Can someone give me a quick run-down on the tiers again?

I know Copper is at the top.

Stainless is three layers
d5 is five, but also brushed.

Where do those above fall?

D3 Armor and MC2 is probably to be avoided as those are the 'budget' lines.
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What do people think about the possibility/quality of all clad sales during Black Friday? I'd hate to get some factory seconds now only to find deals for "firsts" (?) that are comparable and that won't have possible dents or scratches.
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What is point of opening the sale early? Will there be more items on the 6th or more discounts? Will items go out of stock?
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