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All-Clad Hard-Anodized 10-Piece Cookware Set + Oval Baker EXPIRED

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Macy's.com has All-Clad Hard-Anodized 10-Piece Cookware Set + 15" Oval Baker w/ Potholders on sale for $399.99 - $120 w/ promo code VIP = $279.99. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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Their hard-anodized stuff is not that great.
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It's the same method as cooking with non-stick, cast iron or any other type of surface. It all comes done to heat and lubrication (that's what she said). Honestly, using the correct heat (med to med high in most cases) and some sort of oil, lard or other is all you need to worry about.

EDIT: Calphalon makes great mid range cookware. I use a set of "Cooking with Calphalon" (discontinued) that I've had for over 15 years, currently they show no sign of wearing out and I plan on having and using them as long as I am alive.
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Seem like great prices. Too bad I don't need any new pots/pans
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Their hard-anodized stuff is not that great.
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not sure why anyone would buy a whole set of non-stick (especially expensive ones)... we have two non-stick pans for specific and limited uses, the rest are ss and cast iron.
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not sure why anyone would buy a whole set of non-stick (especially expensive ones)... we have two non-stick pans for specific and limited uses, the rest are ss and cast iron.
Genuinely curious, is it hard to learn how to cook with SS? I am tired of constantly buying expensive non-stick pans. I would love to buy a really good set of ss pans, and hopefully keep them for a lifetime.
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Genuinely curious, is it hard to learn how to cook with SS? I am tired of constantly buying expensive non-stick pans. I would love to buy a really good set of ss pans, and hopefully keep them for a lifetime.
It's the same method as cooking with non-stick, cast iron or any other type of surface. It all comes done to heat and lubrication (that's what she said). Honestly, using the correct heat (med to med high in most cases) and some sort of oil, lard or other is all you need to worry about.

EDIT: Calphalon makes great mid range cookware. I use a set of "Cooking with Calphalon" (discontinued) that I've had for over 15 years, currently they show no sign of wearing out and I plan on having and using them as long as I am alive.
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How does cooking with SS effect the cook quality?
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All Clad using their name to sell garbage.
If you want a high quality starter set for a low price this is it...
$203.50 shipped free to Prime members
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...B009JXPS6U
All stainless steel, heavy multiclad construction, and stainless lids.
Add matching non stick skillet for under $30 if you don't know want to take the time to learn how to cook on stainless without sticking.
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How does cooking with SS effect the cook quality?
For me cooking is cooking. Quality comes down to product being cooked and the ability of the person cooking, not the surface being used to cook on. I have cooked a steak under the broiler, on a grill, smoked, pan sear in stainless and non-stick, flat top gridle and I'm sure some other ways. Best is smoked, worst is broiled, but all tasted like steak and everyone ate all of them.
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not sure why anyone would buy a whole set of non-stick (especially expensive ones)... we have two non-stick pans for specific and limited uses, the rest are ss and cast iron.
I was just about to type just this, but with Carbon Steel..

The food is soooo much more enjoyable to cook. I love the look of my carbon steel pans. They're half the weight of Cast Iron & indestructible. I literally cook everything in mine.. from pies, to bread, eggs, steak, pork, deep fry stuff, fries, veggies. You can take them camping to use over an open fire. They're wildly versatile, healthier than non-stick and will last several lifetimes.

this is the set I use - https://www.amazon.com/AUS-ION-Sk...th=1&psc=1

Their Australian-stamped carbon steel line are the best pans I've ever used. The U.S. stamped version have a different handle design & sucks!
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nevermind
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I was just about to type just this, but with Carbon Steel..

The food is soooo much more enjoyable to cook. I love the look of my carbon steel pans. They're half the weight of Cast Iron & indestructible. I literally cook everything in mine.. from pies, to bread, eggs, steak, pork, deep fry stuff, fries, veggies. You can take them camping to use over an open fire. They're wildly versatile, healthier than non-stick and will last several lifetimes.

this is the set I use - https://www.amazon.com/AUS-ION-Sk...th=1&psc=1 [amazon.com]

Their Australian-stamped carbon steel line are the best pans I've ever used. The U.S. stamped version have a different handle design & sucks!
Interesting...do you know, are these cheaper in Australia? I mean, for US citizens they would be based on exchange rate, but wondering if overall they are too.
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All Clad using their name to sell garbage.
If you want a high quality starter set for a low price this is it...
$203.50 shipped free to Prime members
https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...B009JXPS6U
All stainless steel, heavy multiclad construction, and stainless lids.
Add matching non stick skillet for under $30 if you don't know want to take the time to learn how to cook on stainless without sticking.

Been using their non sticks and so far so good.
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not sure why anyone would buy a whole set of non-stick (especially expensive ones)... we have two non-stick pans for specific and limited uses, the rest are ss and cast iron.
I have a whole set and love them.
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