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All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale: TK 3-Quart Sauce Pot (Copper Core) EXPIRED

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Great cookware I paid 50-55% off a few years ago on the same pots and pans the D5 line is heavy and hold heat really well.
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Looking at the steamer for $85, but I think 12qt is way too big for a small apartment, what's the size difference with the 8qt?
Looking to just make steamed fish and pasta. Also its bonded. Are there any other good multi-pot options?
Apartment size aside, it's probably better to think in terms of how many people you regularly cook for. For steaming fish and pasta for four(ish) people 8qt is the way to go. If you cook large (3+lbs) amounts of pasta, lobsters, or make stock often an enormous pot does come in handy.
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Can some of you experts out there please tell me the differences between these 2 14inch pans? Descriptions are the same, as the pictures shown different coating. I am very confused at this point as I need a good 14 inch pan to use on a daily basis. Thank you!

https://homeandcooksales.com/inde...2b0a1c0e12

https://homeandcooksales.com/inde...ality.html
Maybe they updated the description but.. One clearly says non stick.

Also, one has two sets of handles. Means it's more annoying to clean since you have 4 rivets to clean afterwards =D.
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Amazon reviews of copper core are holding me back. Very quick pitting, staining, etc. Are they difficult to maintain?
Absolutely not. I own several pieces. Allow the pan to heat slowly on its own, add BUTTER and if sizzles/melts and does not turn brown (too hot), start cooking.
Always cool completely before washing or you can warp the pan.
I clean up by starting with a rinse with Dawn and hot water, then use Barkeeps Friend.
And NEVER spray cooking spray in these, I believe it invalidates the warranty.
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You have to agree to "Mandatory Binding Arbitration" and Waiver of Rights, Including to Trial by Jury, and it's "as is where is" What are they selling Cancer? Sorry, cookware shouldn't require that. Hard pass
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You have to agree to "Mandatory Binding Arbitration" and Waiver of Rights, Including to Trial by Jury, and it's "as is where is" What are they selling Cancer? Sorry, cookware shouldn't require that. Hard pass
LOL! laugh out loud
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Looking to get some non stick stuff, anyone have experience with these pans [homeandcooksales.com]?

Also, anyone who uses a 3 qt saucier [homeandcooksales.com], is it worth the investment? I have 2 smaller/medium sized straight sided stainless steel pots, wondering if the saucier would work as a all in one replacement?
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The coupon code "VIP15" is not valid.
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Yep, VIP15 no longer works. Are there other codes?
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Yep, VIP15 no longer works. Are there other codes?
Yes looking for another code, waited too long
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I've ordered All-clad damaged packaging from them in the past. Maybe one or two dents on the boxes but the pans were completely fine.
Just as a follow up to my original question, I got my package yesterday. Literally only had the plastic handle was broken on the outside box. It's nuts that it would get such a steep discount over something so trivial.
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I agree with this. was super excited to season a carbon steel wok and cook with it.

Unfortunately, the heating is just so poor with electric - the sides of the wok barely get any heat at all. Cooked with it once or twice and now i use a frying pan/skillet instead. Couldn't even season the sides of the pan properly because they did not get any heat.
Woks are designed to have the highest heat at the bottom. The sides are gradiently cooler, that's why a lot of people push the food to the side to avoid getting burnt.

As for seasoning it, there are multiple alternatives. One of it being using a portable butane burner to season it outdoors, as it will produce significant amount of smoke. Another method is coating it with oil (flaxseed oil recommended) in the oven, upsidedown, at 425-450 F for 30mins to an hour. Once seasoned, you should be able to use it on electric stove.

These are part of the research I did before buying my carbon steel wok. Hope that helps!
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And one more TK item down. Just a stock pot short of a full functional set now, although I'm sure I'll keep filling out the collection each time this sale rolls around. It's much easier to justify one pot at a time.
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Just as a follow up to my original question, I got my package yesterday. Literally only had the plastic handle was broken on the outside box. It's nuts that it would get such a steep discount over something so trivial.
I had ordered 2 items in the past from these sales. One non-stick griddle had a tiny scratch on the bottom that I had to look hard to find it. The last 12" pan that I ordered, I couldn't find anything wrong with. Maybe the defect was in the packaging.
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How is d3 compared to copper core? I'm looking at buying the weeknight pan to keep for decades. I like the form factor but it being the bottom line turns me off.
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