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All-Clad (New in Damaged Packaging): 13" x 16" Large Roaster with Rack EXPIRED

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Home and Cook Store has select All-Clad Cookware (New in Damaged Packaging) on sale listed below when you apply 10% off discount code PACK10 during checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Costco reviews on stainless steel set suck big time. Have to pass.
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12" Fry Pan is sold out
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Can buy pan for 25 at marshalls all day every day
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Can buy pan for 25 at marshalls all day every day
Now you must prove that you can buy an "All-Clad Hard Anodized E8009964 12 inch nonstick fry pan with lid" for only $25 at Marshall's
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Thanks OP! In for the 13 piece set. I received the 10" Teflon skillet as a gift a year ago, and after always being a "Circulon" person, I've converted. That Teflon All-Clad skillet is now my go to pan to cook anything in, as it heats and cooks MUCH more evenly and cleans easier than all of my Circulon teflon pans. I was about to buy the Costco Circulon set and this is only about $35 more, so worth it to me.

I will say the one thing I DO NOT LIKE about the All-Clad skillet I have is the handle design. It is very uncomfortable to pick up, and anything heavy (like a 10" pan full of sauce) really needs 2 hands to carry to the sink since the handle is not at all ergonomic. But the better cooking and cleaning outweigh the uncomfortable handle for the price IMO.

Yes, I always use teflon pans to cook in. I'm busy (like everyone is), and I'm a cook, not a Chef. I figure cooking at home vs. ordering food and swinging through drive-thru's is a win these days, so the easier it is for me to cook and clean at home, the better chance I'll do it more often. Teflon fits my lifestyle of leaving something cooking, running to care for baby, and running back to the kitchen without having to scour and scrub stainless steel since the sauce burned to the bottom of the pan. Is it the "proper" pan to use? No. Do I really care? Nope.

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You're much better off replacing cheap Teflon once every 2 years vs investing long-term in expensive Teflon. Teflon should be seen and treated as a disposable use tool. If your coating is degrading and you're still using it, that means you're eating it.

You have to be completely no-brained about the dangers of Teflon pans and chemicals to buy a full, $300 set of them. Teflon/nonstick should NOT be used for high heat. If you're putting it past medium you're probably going to be breathing it in eventually.
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If you don't like these, I've got the all-stainless Calphalon. It's great.
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Just to be aware, these particular all clad ceramic fry pans are made and China. The center 6" of the pan on an induction top only heats up. Otherwise the pan has a concave center, not ideal as rocking a pan back and fourth during frying is pointless in order to cook.

The only All Clad's I buy is the copper core because of the horrid quality of their lower tier cookware.
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To me, it's just all-clad looking to expand their revenue, selling out quality for profits.
I mean.. These non sticks are pretty good quality I'd say O.o

They have a much smoother finish which makes it more non-stick, induction compatible, and they're thick which makes it good at searing (mind you I'm not saying they're EXCELLENT by any means).

It doesn't take crazy high temperature to get a decent sear. We're talking like 350-400F.
Plus thick pans = hold their heat, so when you drop the meat in, it doesn't just cool the pan down as it would with a thin pan.
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Not bad deals.
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It is possible to season stainless to create a non-stick coating using natural oils. I recently discovered this technique and it works well on our older 5 Ply copper core set from Costco. I personally would avoid coatings that wear off over time if that is the case with these.
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I need a steak fryer
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It is possible to season stainless to create a non-stick coating using natural oils. I recently discovered this technique and it works well on our older 5 Ply copper core set from Costco. I personally would avoid coatings that wear off over time if that is the case with these.
Hi, would you mind please sharing the process that you used? Thank you!
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