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2-Quart All Clad Saucier BD5 (5-ply) w/ Whisk (Second Quality) EXPIRED

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Home and Cook Sales has 2-Quart All Clad Saucier BD5 (5-ply) w/ Whisk (Second Quality) for $59.99. 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.

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Last Edited by Kjelstad June 22, 2018 at 10:50 AM
Isn't there still a 10% off coupon?

Home and Cook Sales is having their All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale + an Extra 10% Off with discount code ACFF10. Thanks iconian

The coupon code "ACFF10" is not valid. Well, it was when I ordered a few days ago. X just moved out and took everything!

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If it's BD5, hard to find
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the basic stainless steel one goes for $120 (with lid) on amazon new. i can't find the bd5 for comparison, but i assume it would be around $160-175 in the real world. not an amazing "deal of the century" with no lid, but decent enough, so i bought one. should compliment my larger 3 and 4 qt pans i have.
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Good deal here. Sauciers are the best pot you can buy Smilie. If you make sauces, soups, or custards grab it now.
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Good deal here. Sauciers are the best pot you can buy Smilie. If you make sauces, soups, or custards grab it now.
Oof tempting. 2 Qt seems a little low for soups though right? I'm tired of using a giant soup pot for sauce unless I'm making a large amount. Plus all my pots have gone concave from rapid cooling (roommate doesn't quite exactly know how to treat cookware).
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Love my saucier for making hollandaise!
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Oof tempting. 2 Qt seems a little low for soups though right? I'm tired of using a giant soup pot for sauce unless I'm making a large amount. Plus all my pots have gone concave from rapid cooling (roommate doesn't quite exactly know how to treat cookware).
Depends on how much soup you are making...but yeah, 2 Qt is better for sauce, rice, etc. It's still a very useful size.

All-Clad still needs to be treated nicely though. If I had a roommate who didn't know how to treat cookware I wouldn't let them near it. All-Clad should last the rest of your life, if treated well.
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Depends on how much soup you are making...but yeah, 2 Qt is better for sauce, rice, etc. It's still a very useful size.

All-Clad still needs to be treated nicely though. If I had a roommate who didn't know how to treat cookware I wouldn't let them near it. All-Clad should last the rest of your life, if treated well.
Luckily he doesn't really make soups or sauces. Any specific things I need to be aware of with All-Clad? My roommate is the only reason why I haven't bought nice knives because I know they would go dull in no time at all.

Every time I try to make creamy sauces they turn out too thin so maybe this is the solution haha. (I know.. blame the chef, not the equipment... but I need an excuse to buy this!)
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What's special about the BD5?
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Typically I use my 3 qt for the soup. The 2 qt is typically sauce, veggies, hollandaise, mushroom stock etc. I have a few sauciers, more than straight sided pots at this point.

I will confess all of mine are demeyer atlantis, clearanced from sur la table, the price of each was still ridiculous. They still look new and so much steel in them they out weigh just about everything regardless of size.
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What's special about the BD5?
5 Ply is heavy duty, so this pot will have a good weight to it. ... I highly recommend the universal lids too if need be.
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Luckily he doesn't really make soups or sauces. Any specific things I need to be aware of with All-Clad? My roommate is the only reason why I haven't bought nice knives because I know they would go dull in no time at all.

Every time I try to make creamy sauces they turn out too thin so maybe this is the solution haha. (I know.. blame the chef, not the equipment... but I need an excuse to buy this!)
Honestly All-clad is pretty durable. The thing I would worry is your roommate banging them up with dents or simply buring it. Stainless steel like this needs lower heat. Burning stuff just means you'll or the roommate will be doing some heavy scrubbing.

Don't let them stick it anywhere near the dishwasher.
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Honestly All-clad is pretty durable. The thing I would worry is your roommate banging them up with dents or simply buring it. Stainless steel like this needs lower heat. Burning stuff just means you'll or the roommate will be doing some heavy scrubbing.

Don't let them stick it anywhere near the dishwasher.
Yea... my roommate dishwashes EVERYTHING. Even a fry pan for eggs! I know the BD5 is dishwasher safe, but I prefer to handwash it all. No problem with dents, doesn't abuse them in that aspect.

I think I'll grab this. Is the expensive All-clad stainless steel universal lid really needed? Can I cheap out on that?
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