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3-Quart Belgique Hard-Anodized Soup Pot w/ Lid EXPIRED

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Macy's [macys.com] has the 3-quart Belgique Hard-Anodized Soup Pot with Lid for $12.99. Choose free store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise, shipping is free on $25 or more.
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I'm offended by this comment, as I often make 2 or 3 quarts at a time. I am however, of proportionate height/weight, fit and don't tend to over eat as a lot of people do.
One can still make large portions and be of normal proportions.

It's called self-control =)
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I'm offended by this comment, as I often make 2 or 3 quarts at a time. I am however, of proportionate height/weight, fit and don't tend to over eat as a lot of people do.
I'm offended by this comment, I'm over weight but when I make soup I make enough to share with a neighbor or co-worker. That's cool you are skinny but if you are going to spend the resources to make soup make enough to share or freeze and reheat. A lot of soups and stews are best the 2nd day.
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Seems like this might be great for making a large batch of apple cider hot toddy at Christmas time! Lots of room for your favorite "extra" spices.
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I'm offended by this comment, I'm over weight but when I make soup I make enough to share with a neighbor or co-worker. That's cool you are skinny but if you are going to spend the resources to make soup make enough to share or freeze and reheat. A lot of soups and stews are best the 2nd day.
Shout it from the rooftops.
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my soup pot is about 20 quarts for a family of 3.
a 3 quart pot wouldn't even be enough to properly hold vegetables and meat, let alone the noddles and liquid. probably good to make beans though.
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This is perfect to make biryani. I wish I just didnt buy this already for a higher price.
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Wait till November 27. Macy's has $12 mail in rebate.

It will be more cheaper that time.

https://www.customerservice-macys...VBJTIxJTIx
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Wait till November 27. Macy's has $12 mail in rebate.

It will be more cheaper that time.

https://www.customerservice-macys...VBJTIxJTIx
I think the price goes up to $19.99 with the $12 rebate based on similar items in their BF ad.
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We have it and love it. Make sure you don't throw in dishwasher, it runs the coating of the outside.
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I have this exact pot and love it. It's better than a similar sized sauce pan if you want to submerge and simmer things, like curry, because it doesn't boil over easily. It's great for single person cooking, but now that I live with someone we haven't found much use for it. It's been cheaper at $10 after rebate, if you don't mind rebates.
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I have this pot as well, and will be picking up a spare. This is an awesome size for many things. Ramen or any soups, even poached eggs.
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You realize chickens come from Asia, and were introduced to these places by Europeans, right? How could anything related to the cooking of chicken be a Caribbean or "Latin" American thing? We're not talking some complex recipe, we're talking the most basic way to cook something other than sticking it directly over a fire. I'm sure chickens were boiled thousands of years before "Latin" America existed.
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Asian before any European landed America
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