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All-Clad d5 Stainless-Steel French Skillets Set of 2 $79.96 + Free Shipping

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Update 2: You can now use code COOK to get 20% off this item.

Update 1: When I posted this deal, the code was working for 20% off. I placed my own order. But seems it's not working any more. Maybe you can try to talk to customer service saying that someone was able to use this code on this item and ask for a price match.

Williams Sonoma has All-Clad d5 Stainless-Steel Nonstick French Skillets Set of 2 (9" + 11") on sale for $99.95. Use code GIFTMORE to get it for $79.96 plus free shipping. Use code COOK to get it for $79.96 plus free shipping.

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Looks like a good deal..
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Not sure where the "nonstick" in the title came from, but those are SS, not nonstick. This deal comes up every couple of months, it's a good deal.
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Not sure where the "nonstick" in the title came from, but those are SS, not nonstick. This deal comes up every couple of months, it's a good deal.
Agreed, OP should change the title. Non-stick is a deal killer for me.
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Agreed, OP should change the title. Non-stick is a deal killer for me.
How do you clean SS. I am the opposite always preffered non stick. Everytime I use my SS it sticks too much. Am I using too high of heat and not enough oil???
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Your order does not qualify for this promotion. Please verify that your order meets the promotion requirements.
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How do you clean SS. I am the opposite always preffered non stick. Everytime I use my SS it sticks too much. Am I using too high of heat and not enough oil???
On a quality SS pan with the right cooking temperature (make sure pan and oil are both hot before adding food) I generally have only a little sticking. Meats I tend to deglaze so the pan is clean after. Anything that's left will easily come off with a five minute water soak before hand washing with the scrubber side of my sponge. I also don't cook eggs or other highly sticky items like potstickers; that's the only time I use my non stick.
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How do you clean SS. I am the opposite always preffered non stick. Everytime I use my SS it sticks too much. Am I using too high of heat and not enough oil???
Google it.
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On a quality SS pan with the right cooking temperature (make sure pan and oil are both hot before adding food) I generally have only a little sticking. Meats I tend to deglaze so the pan is clean after. Anything that's left will easily come off with a five minute water soak before hand washing with the scrubber side of my sponge. I also don't cook eggs or other highly sticky items like potstickers; that's the only time I use my non stick.
Thanks. I appreciate the advice and tips.
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On a quality SS pan with the right cooking temperature (make sure pan and oil are both hot before adding food) I generally have only a little sticking. Meats I tend to deglaze so the pan is clean after. Anything that's left will easily come off with a five minute water soak before hand washing with the scrubber side of my sponge. I also don't cook eggs or other highly sticky items like potstickers; that's the only time I use my non stick.
Um I only cook eggs in ss. There's no way to get that crispy bottom in a nonstick.
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Um I only cook eggs in ss. There's no way to get that crispy bottom in a nonstick.
Yea, eggs can be cooked this way. I used to as well, but personally I don't care for crispy eggs. If I fry my eggs, I like the yolks between over easy to medium with the whites just a bit solid.
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Op, how do you make the code you provide work? Why I can't use the code to let it get $79.96?
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Code is not working.....
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No worky
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Not sure where the "nonstick" in the title came from, but those are SS, not nonstick. This deal comes up every couple of months, it's a good deal.
Sorry I don't know where it came from either... I probably copied-pasted it wrong... I've changed it.
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